Archive for April, 2010
CENTERBURG — An aircraft accident on July 14, 2009, at Chapman Field was the result of pilot error, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
WATERFORD — Alcohol appears to be a factor in a crash Sunday evening that seriously injured a mother and her two young children.
GAMBIER — A celebration of Earth Day was held Sunday at the Kenyon Athletic Center. The event was sponsored by Kenyon College, along with Knox Community Hospital, the Knox County Board of Health and the Knox County Parks District.
DANVILLE — The Governing Board of the Knox County Educational Service Center met Wednesday at the Red Fox Country Inn for a work session and its regular April meeting.
MOUNT VERNON — Rain-slick Banning Road, just west of Mount Vernon, was the scene of a crash when a pickup truck rolled off the road and into the Armstrong Run at 9:45 p.m. Saturday.
MOUNT LIBERTY — A Central Ohio Joint Fire District paramedic cut a seat belt and pulled a woman from her pickup after it went off the road and into a pond Saturday night.
FREDERICKTOWN — The Fredericktown Community Development Foundation is an example of community members coming together so great things can be accomplished.
MOUNT VERNON — Printing Arts Press announces it was recently awarded four 2010 Print Excellence Awards from the Printing Industries Association Inc., serving Northern Kentucky and Ohio.
MOUNT VERNON — The 30th running of the Rotary Yellow Jacket Relays provided exciting finishes in girls action on Saturday at Mount Vernon’s Yellow Jacket Stadium. After a day of tough competition from the 13 participating schools, Mount Vernon won the Division I meet while Clear Fork did the same in Division II/III competition.
MOUNT VERNON — Saturday was a little bit of back to the future of the Rotary Yellow Jacket Relays.
GAMBIER — It was a day of firsts at the fourth annual Earth Day Challenge Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday.
By Mark S. Jordan
April 21, 2010
MOUNT VERNON — Work has begun on updating the Knox County Comprehensive Plan, according to Regional Planning Commission secretary Darrel Severns. The two most recent updates were in 1998 and 2006, he added, explaining that updates are designed to take place every five to seven years.
UTICA — Stance, swing, putt, grip and follow through are just some of the golf terms pupils in Utica and Newton elementary schools will be learning next year, due to a $6,000 grant from Muirfield Golf Course and All State Insurance.
MOUNT VERNON — The city of Mount Vernon got some good news, thanks to the efforts of one of its employees.
MOUNT VERNON — The national bird continues to spread in Knox County, according to observations by local eagle guru Jon Minard.
MOUNT VERNON — Each year, the Exchange Club of Mount Vernon/Knox County honors students who have overcome hardship and adversity to get “back on track” to earn their high school diplomas.
SPARTA — The Highland softball team dug itself a hole, got out of it, then watched as River Valley pushed the Scots back into the hole.
MOUNT VERNON — Dr. Kathryn Sullivan took about 100 guests on a trip into outer space Thursday.