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2014 Election Debates

Reed, Wisyanski bring different ideas to race for commissioner

Emily Rogers/News Knox County Commissioners’ candidates Roger Reed, left, and Eric Wisyanski discussed a variety of issues at the Mount Vernon News’ candidates debate Wednesday at the Mount Vernon High School theater.

By Alan Reed September 18, 2014, 11:46 am

Two candidates with some different ideas vying for one open seat of Knox County Commissioner squared off in a debate Wednesday evening at Mount Vernon High School, sponsored by the Mount Vernon News.

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2014 Election Debates

Springer, Williams look to take over bench

Emily Rogers/News Knox County Probate and Juvenile Court Judge candidate Jennifer Springer, left, listens as candidate Jeff Williams answers a question during the Mount Vernon News’ candidates debate Wednesday at the Mount Vernon High School theater.

By Chuck Martin September 18, 2014, 11:44 am

Jeff Williams and Jennifer Springer met in a debate Wednesday evening, each trying to show why they should be the choice to succeed retiring Judge James Ronk as Probate and Juvenile Court judge.

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Virgil Shipley/News Billie Cooke, 35, Marengo, escaped injury in this crash Wednesday at 10:57 a.m. on Wooster Road. The Knox County Sheriff’s Office said she was northbound behind a car turning right onto O’Brien Road and swerved to miss it, running off the road and up this embankment. She was charged with failure to control.

By Mount Vernon News September 18, 2014, 11:06 am

Billie Cooke, 35, Marengo, escaped injury in this crash Wednesday at 10:57 a.m. on Wooster Road.

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News

Rohler: Local drug abuse can affect Knox County businesses

Emily Rogers/News Lt. Gary Rohler talks with attendees of the Knox County Safety Council during a meeting on Wednesday morning about the effects of drug abuse on Knox County businesses.

By Emily Rogers September 18, 2014, 11:00 am

The Knox County Safety Council discussed how drug abuse in Knox County affects local business with special guest Lt. Gary Rohler of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office.

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News

Students celebrate Summer Honors Institute experiences

By Pam Schehl September 18, 2014, 10:58 am

Thanks to the generosity of individual donors, the Ariel Corp. and Ariel Foundation, 29 academically gifted and talented students from all the county public schools had the opportunity to attend Ohio Summer Honors Institutes held at Ohio Northern University.

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