Monthly Archives:: May 2011
COLUMBUS — When Bryan Bunnell steps out on the field at Indiana University on Thursday to throw the javelin, it will likely be the last throw of his career.
HOWARD — The future of the sheep industry in Knox County was the focus when the Ohio Sheep Improvement Association hosted a meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Greg and Bev Miller on Blanchard Road.
CENTERBURG — A newly modernized convenience store now greets customers when they enter the Centerburg Shell station on East Main Street in Centerburg.
BLADENSBURG — The East Knox Board of Education voted to eliminate high school busing during Monday's regular meeting.
BLADENSBURG — The East Knox Board of Education approved several items at the recommendation of Superintendent Matt Caputo on Monday night including a step freeze for non-union employees.
MOUNT VERNON — On Monday night, Mount Vernon City Council approved the purchase of property that anchors the north side of the city's Sandusky Street expansion project.
BELLVILLE — The Mid-Buckeye Conference took time out to honor their own on Monday night.
MOUNT VERNON — It didn't end the way they wanted it to. But the book on the Mount Vernon boys volleyball team's 2011 season closed with a celebration of the team's accomplishments.
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MOUNT VERNON — The R.R. Hodges Chapel auditorium was filled to capacity as 253 graduates received diplomas at the 48th annual commencement convocation of Mount Vernon Nazarene University on Saturday morning.
GAMBIER — Kenyon College graduates received a reminder of how important their liberal arts education is, as well as a lesson in love, during graduation ceremonies Saturday on Samuel Mather Lawn.
MOUNT VERNON — The second straight weekend of beautiful spring weather brought a large crowd out to the Mount Vernon Farmers Market on Saturday morning.
MOUNT VERNON — Familiar face … new name … same quality service. That's what customers can expect when they visit the Complete Care Animal Hospital, formerly known as Reppart Veterinary Clinic at 999 Harcourt Road.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon Nazarene University President Dr. Dan Martin announced during Saturday's commencement ceremonies that the institution has received a $10 million anonymous commitment, the largest in the university's history.
MOUNT VERNON — The death of 41-year-old Glenn D. Willey of Mount Vernon is being investigated by the Knox County Sheriff's Office after his body was discovered Saturday morning outside a local bar.
MOUNT VERNON — A Mount Vernon man was convicted of vehicular homicide and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol Friday in the Knox County Common Pleas Court.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Career Center will have a new principal effective June 17.
GAHANNA — The dream ended one step too soon for the Mount Vernon boys volleyball team.