Monthly Archives:: June 2010
GAMBIER — Students from the Mime Youth Seminar at Kenyon College put on their end-of-class show Thursday night at the Bolton Theater on the Kenyon campus.
CENTERBURG — Little Miss Liberty and Little Uncle Sammy 2010 were announced Thursday at the Heart of Ohio USA Days Festival.
MOUNT VERNON — Fire in a home on Sychar Road Thursday night caused significant structural damage, according to Mount Vernon Fire Chief Shawn Christy.
HOWARD — Olivia Bates, 10, of Howard is one of 117 Ohio youth who were recognized by Kohl's for making their communities a better place to live.
AMITY — One thousand sets of bedsheets have been collected locally for distribution to victims of the recent flood in Tennessee.
UTICA — Due to a substantial amount of time spent in executive session on Monday, the North Fork Local Schools Board of Education officially concluded its June meeting on Thursday.
CENTERBURG — Centerburg Memorial Park was rockin' Wednesday evening at the start of the Heart of Ohio USA Days Festival.
GAMBIER — On Wednesday, Knox County Partners in Tourism visited two historic places in the Gambier area.
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon Police Department responded to a residence on Howard Street on Wednesday afternoon, when a 9-1-1 call reported a hostage situation.
MOUNT VERNON — Since the reopening of the Hiawatha Water Park/Pool in 2007, the pool has been a theme park of excitement.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Board of Health accepted the resignation of Health Commissioner Dennis Murray at its meeting Wednesday night.
MOUNT VERNON — Knox County Sheriff David Barber said his office and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation have a shared responsibility in the events involving the return of a portion of remains of Jonathan Sheasby, who was a victim of a homicide in Knox County in 2005.
DANVILLE — Danville Elementary School will have a new principal when school resumes this fall.
MOUNT VERNON — This year the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced a new initiative to increase the number of electronic transactions that involve the treasury.
Magnitude-5.5 earthquake reported in Canada, no reports of damage A magnitude-5.5 earthquake struck at the Ontario-Quebec border region of Canada on Wednesday, shaking homes and businesses from Toronto to the states of New York and Michigan, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
MOUNT VERNON — It has been years since the case was solved, but a portion of the remains of Jonathan Sheasby was only recently returned to his family. In March, the portion was released by the Bureau of Crimal Investigation to the Knox County Sheriff's Office.