Monthly Archives:: April 2011
The Knox County Marine Corps League Detachment installed newly elected officers at its meeting the evening of April 20.
MOUNT VERNON — Work continues on obtaining approval for the Marcellus Lateral Pipeline across Ohio, a spokesman for Kinder Morgan Cochin told the Mount Vernon Rotary Club on Tuesday.
MOUNT VERNON — The following is a list of streets to be swept the week of May 2-6.
Mount Vernon pitcher Corey Carpenter pitches in the late innings against Watkins Memorial on Tuesday. The Warriors won, 16-7.
DANVILLE — Down by the score of 6-5, the Danville Blue Devils had a two-run double in the seventh inning by leftfielder Morgan Lauderbaugh to take the lead.
An interactive looking at the 25th and final flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour, with 3D diagram of the shuttle, profiles of the STS-134 crew, and a timeline of space flight history.
Mercedes Erwin Ohio Attorney General’s Office James “Buck” Ervin By Alan Reed, News Staff Reporter FREDERICKTOWN — The three-week search for a missing Fredericktown teen has ended after Mercedes Erwin returned safely to her home early this morning. Erwin, 17, was reported missing on April 4 when she did not return home from school at… Read more »
MOUNT VERNON — By a vote of 6-1, Mount Vernon City Council approved a resolution to allow the city to apply for a Transportation Enhancement Grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
MOUNT VERNON — It was a gathering of all the Knox County Granges when county Grange members gathered at Mount Vernon High School for the annual Farm-City Dinner on Monday evening.
MOUNT VERNON — A resolution declaring Sunday, May 1 as Law Day in Knox County was adopted by the Knox County Board of Commissioners on Monday morning.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon City Council members, city administration and the street department supervisor discussed truck traffic in Mount Vernon during a Streets and Public Buildings committee meeting prior to Monday's legislative meeting.
MOUNT VERNON — Megan Peterson entered a plea of guilty to two misdemeanors, one count each of vehicular homicide and assault, on Monday in Mount Vernon Municipal Court.
With a bow in her hair, 2- year-old Kaylie Theibert came dressed for the annual Easter egg hunt at Memorial Park on Saturday morning. With her mom, Kia, she scrambled for eggs with several hundred other kids.
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket girls track team can't catch a break from the weather.
MOUNT VERNON — Before this season, the East Knox boys track team had never won an invitational.
CENTERBURG — The basketball players at Centerburg on Saturday were stubborn as mules. In fact, they were mules.