Monthly Archives:: June 2010
MOUNT VERNON — The hearing of witnesses and presentation of evidence in the John Freshwater contract termination dispute ended Tuesday.
MOUNT VERNON — Kroger Inc. is seeking to place an issue on the ballot in November to become a state liquor agent.
MOUNT VERNON — The restoration has taken nine years, but the work was done in time to fly it to Mount Vernon for the annual WACO reunion at Wynkoop Airport this weekend.
MOUNT VERNON — "When thunder roars, go indoors!" That's the advice people who are participating in outdoor activities should heed, according to weather officials.
MOUNT VERNON — Two full-time and two part-time employees were added to employment figures in Knox County after Fast Eddy's Ground Maintenance expanded to provide sales and service.
MOUNT VERNON — The contract termination hearing for Mount Vernon Middle School science teacher John Freshwater resumed today with Steve Short, superintendent of the Mount Vernon School District, on the stand.
LOCK — Capt. Peter Hayden Chapman was on a rescue mission in Vietnam on April 6, 1972, when he and five other crewmen were killed when the helicopter Chapman was piloting was shot down. The family recently received some of Chapman's identified bone fragments and held a private service at the family's burial plot in… Read more »
MOUNT VERNON — Four farms will be added this year to the growing amount of acreage protected from development in Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON — The hamlet of Bladensburg will be the beneficiary of budget business conducted by the Knox County Board of Commissioners on Monday.
MOUNT VERNON –The Girlie Spot, a proposed new store on Public Square, was the topic that started off the monthly Up For Discussion on Monday night.
MOUNT VERNON — Summer has arrived and so has mosquito season.
MOUNT VERNON — Growing concerns about the health effects of mold exposure have been featured in headlines and news stories across the country.
MOUNT VERNON — A lifelong love of horses is starting to pay off for one local trainer.
MOUNT VERNON — Two groups are working to meet a June 30 deadline for collecting enough signatures to place two constitutional amendments on the November ballot.
FREDERICKTOWN — "We started 18 hours ago to fight the disease that never sleeps," Knox County 2010 Relay for Life Chairman Jody Rutter told a group of tired participants Saturday morning.
DANVILLE — A steady breeze and an occasional cloud helped make for pleasant weather conditions for Saturday’s edition of the Danville-Howard Turkey Festival.
MOUNT VERNON — The Work Experience Program for Ohio Works First recipients will see changes in who actually oversees the workers.
LOUDONVILLE — Area runner Kim Boner (9:43.14) took first place in the 50-mile run Saturday at the 2010 Mohican 100 Trail Run at Loudonville.