When Carroll Richert died Jan. 23, it was a loss not just for his family, but his friends and employees. Richert owned and operated C.L. Richert Trucking Co. for more than 30 years; his employees were devoted to him, many staying with him for more than 30 years.
A convoy of semi-trucks rolled from C.L. Richert Trucking in Mount Vernon to Fischer Funeral Home in Danville on Saturday, as part of the funeral procession, to pay respects to the company president, Carroll Richert, who passed away Jan. 23.
No scientist has yet been able to document what it is, but longtime listeners to classical music can hear it: The sound of discovery.
Mark S. Jordan
The Hettinga brothers were finalists in the symphony’s Young Musicians Competition, sponsored by Psi Iota Xi Sorority.
What are stem cells? Where do they come from? Most cells in your body are differentiated, meaning that they are a specific, identifiable cell type based on the proteins they express.
One of the projects most dear to Knox County inventor George Crise’s heart was the land yacht he designed and built.
Mount Vernon’s homeless shelter, housed at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church parish house on East High Street, is beginning its third month of nightly operation.
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