Monthly Archives:: July 2010
MOUNT VERNON — The civil suit between the Doe family and John Freshwater has come to an agreement, according to a spokesperson for the clerk of courts for the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, Eastern Division.
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon school board is taking steps to place a funding issue on the November ballot. Residents in the school district will vote on a $2.5 million operating levy, the first "new" money requested for the general fund since 1996.
MOUNT VERNON — The third time was a charm for Robyn Hochstetler as she was crowned the 2010 Knox County Junior Fair Queen.
MOUNT VERNON — Several breeds were well represented Sunday afternoon at the Rabbit Show in the small animal barn at the Knox County Fair.
MOUNT VERNON — Although Knox County Fair exhibitors competed individually in the Market Fryer Show on Sunday afternoon at the fair, many displayed a strong sense of camaraderie, cheering friends and family members on as judge Kevin Hooper took time to discuss each animal with its exhibitor.
MOUNT VERNON — With a curtsey, Alexis Beeman earned the crown and title of 2010 Little Miss Knox County on Sunday at the 18th annual Little Miss Knox County contest.
MOUNT VERNON — The Draft Horse and Pony Show was held Sunday at the horse show arena.
MOUNT VERNON — The first-place trophy for the modified class of the Knox County Fair's NTPA Truck and Tractor Pull event, is back in Ohio.
MOUNT VERNON — A weekend full of action came down to one pivotal game on Sunday night for the Dixie Days 16-and-under championship.
MOUNT VERNON — An offensive game for five innings, the 9- & 10-year-old District 5 Little League championship came down to pitching and defense on Saturday night.
MOUNT VERNON — For many harness riders at the Knox County Fairgrounds, Saturday was a long, hot evening at the track. For Ryan Holton, however, the fairgrounds was his third track of the day.
MOUNT VERNON — Work will begin soon on the old American National Can property.
HOWARD — Taking proactive steps to protect the district’s financial future, the East Knox Board of Education on Friday passed two resolutions to place an emergency operating levy on the Nov. 2 ballot.
MOUNT VERNON — A Danville woman will serve a four-year prison term for her role in the death of Angela R. Heldenbrand, 41, on Nov. 14, 2009.
MOUNT VERNON — Swimming is a staple of summer fun, but tragedy can strike in an instant.
MOUNT VERNON — The Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board, and a compromise made with the Humane Society of the United States, has stirred intrigue and confusion in the agriculture community.
MOUNT VERNON — Adults who experience severe and persistent mental illness have a safe place in Knox County to find peer support, help with accessing services, and assistance with everyday tasks which can be difficult for someone on the journey to recovery.