Bower, Newby praise Monon’s move to Salem PDF Print E-mail

“I pledge that the City of Salem will be a friend and patron of the Depot and the Monon Historical Society for years to come,” Salem Mayor David Bower said during a groundbreaking ceremony for the new addition to the John Hay Center’s Depot railroad museum.

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More than 138,000 raised at annual Relay for Life PDF Print E-mail

Citizens of Washington County always go above and beyond at the annual Relay for Life event.
This year was no different as teams raised $138,519.08.

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PUMC offering financial help for storm victims PDF Print E-mail

Monies raised through the local Pekin United Methodist Church and the state methodist conference is now available to those who were affected by the tornado on March 2.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 June 2012 14:46
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Summer Fun at Salem Public Library PDF Print E-mail

The summer months and the end of the school year are here and it’s time to start thinking about what your child will do with all of their free time. Your Salem Public Library will have a Summer Reading Program for all ages from birth to adults beginning on June 1. The Summer Reading Program is a FREE program for children, Young Adults and Adults. The library also offers special programs for every age from Baby Rhyme time, Toddler and Preschool story time to programs for school-age children, teens, adults and special event programs.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 June 2012 14:51
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Depot to host open house and groundbreaking PDF Print E-mail

The Monon Railroad ceased to exist 40 years ago when it merged into the Louisville & Nashville system, but Monon trains continue to operate today as they traverse the miniature towns of Salem, Pekin and Campbellsburg in the basement of the John Hay Center’s Depot railroad museum.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 June 2012 14:53
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