Monthly Archives:: March 2010
MOUNT VERNON — On Saturday, the shock of a devastating fire seemed small; the restoration of a congregational place of worship was much greater.
MOUNT VERNON — As the May primary approaches, community members are being asked to approve levies and issues which affect their pocketbooks or wallets.
MOUNT VERNON — After three straight years of losing in the Division I Sectional Finals, Mount Vernon High School baseball coach Doug Savage believes this could be the year that the Yellow Jackets contend for another district championship.
MOUNT VERNON — The epicenter of high school volleyball in Ohio was in "The Hive" on Saturday.
CENTERBURG — Twenty area high school seniors said goodbye with an impressive night at the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase on Tuesday at Centerburg High School.
CENTERBURG — The Senior-Stars took advantage of one last chance to show off their basketball talent to area fans, soundly defeating the All-Stars, 60-32, in the 2010 Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase girls basketball game at Centerburg High School on Tuesday night.
MOUNT VERNON — Area businesses that import and export will now have an opportunity to save on tariffs and duties, the Knox County Board of Commissioners said Monday after meeting with a representative of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority.
MOUNT VERNON — A quartet of young researchers at Mount Vernon High School and one from the middle school did well at the North Central District Science Day, held Saturday in Marion.
CENTERBURG — The Centerburg Trojans are back. After a one-year hiatus, Centerburg High School will field a girls softball team.
MOUNT VERNON — East Knox senior Luke Branstool and Utica senior Justin Dassylva are two players with very different skill sets, but each displayed abilities and passion on the hardwood that rival one other.
MOUNT VERNON — As Saturday kicked off the official start of spring, this week is the time to educate the public about possible weather circumstances during Severe Weather Awareness Week.
MOUNT VERNON — In the event of a major weather event, the Knox County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management works closely with the American Red Cross Knox County Chapter to provide victims with necessary shelter.
MOUNT VENRON — After the struggles of devising a compromise budget for 2010, Knox County Sheriff David Barber and the Board of Commissioners were pleased with their first joint review of the year.
MOUNT VERNON — One of the races on the May primary ballot for Republicans will be for a seat on the Ohio Republican Central Committee.
MOUNT VERNON — Voters in Miller Township will be voting on a levy to provide funds for ambulance and EMS service in the May primary.
MOUNT VERNON — On Monday, City Council gave the administration approval to enter into negotiations to buy land to further develop Foundation Park.
Sandstorms whipping across China shrouded cities in an unhealthy cloud of sand and grit Monday, with winds carrying the pollution outside the mainland as far as Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Several state legislatures, attorneys general and lawmakers are pushing back against the health care overhaul that is primed for President Obama’s approval.