Joshua Morrison/News The Knox County Career Center AFJROTC served as the color guard for the 2017 Memorial Day Parade in Mount Vernon on Monday.

JROTC featured at KCCC board meeting

he Air Force Junior ROTC program was featured Thursday during the Knox County Career Center school board meeting, with Cadet Spencer Hawks giving what has been described as an “amazing” exhibition drill demonstration prior to the presentation.

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Pam Schehl/News The newest inductees into the North Fork Hall of Honors are, from left, Eldon “Jack” Raines and JoAnn Walton.

Raines, Walton honored for service to North Fork

JoAnn Walton and Eldon “Jack” Raines are the newest additions to the North Fork Local School District Hall of Honors, which recognizes individuals whose achievements reflect positively on the district in some significant way.

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Joshua Morrison/News The Knox County Career Center, 305 Martinsburg Road, is adding some technology to the check in and out process of visitors and students. A touch screen interface with license scanner and camera is now at the reception desk. Guests will sign in, scan their state-issued license, pose for a quick photo and pick up their printed-out passes in just a matter of a few seconds.

New security check in at KCCC

Students, parents and visitors to the Knox County Career Center are encountering a change in how they check in and out of the high school building.

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Photo courtesy of Mount Vernon Police Department Paige Wilt, left, and Kiersten Allnutt were honored with a luncheon and certificates Friday after the completion of their internships with the Mount Vernon Police Department. Interns are assigned to various duties, which may include assisting the department’s administrative office with maintaining the current file system and assisting with compiling and revising the policy and procedure manuals. The interns further assist with the records department with maintaining the records management system and other management tasks as directed. Interns have the opportunity to participate in MVPD’s Ride-Along Program, giving them opportunities to oversee the daily operations of the patrol division and detective bureau. The overall goal is to give interns the opportunity to attain experience and knowledge regarding all aspects of the judicial system.

Interns complete duties

Paige Wilt and Kiersten Allnutt were honored with a luncheon and certificates Friday after the completion of their internships with the Mount Vernon Police Department.

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