Monthly Archives:: July 2011
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Board of Health voted to designate a Howard residence as a public health nuisance since it has been vacant and neglected for several years.
MOUNT VERNON — Have you ever seen a 1911 Knox touring car? Probably not, since only three exist, but you may have seen one cruising around Knox County this week.
LOUDONVILLE — A family tradition continues to march on despite challenges for Johnny Miller who owns his family timber framing business near Loudonville.
MOUNT VERNON — Those who enjoy the delicacy of lamb received a special treat at the fair Wednesday afternoon at the 2011 Lamb Cookoff following the open class sheep show.
MOUNT VERNON — The sheep/hog show arena at the Knox County Fairgrounds was invaded by a vast array of characters Wednesday morning.
MOUNT VERNON — Ray Scoles of Butler took first place for the fastest time around the newly configured rough truck course at the Knox County Fairgrounds on Wednesday night.
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MOUNT VERNON — Cami Stidham, who was scheduled for a jury trial Tuesday on an aggravated theft charge, pleaded guilty in the afternoon to a reduced charge of grand theft, a fourth-degree felony. The maximum sentence for grand theft is 18 months in prison and a fine of $5,000.
MOUNT VERNON — As with nearly everything today, the cost of showing an animal at the county fair has gone up.
MOUNT VERNON — When Joshua Scott Jones and Meghan Linsey went to Nashville looking for a start in the country music business, a duo was the last thing on their minds.
MOUNT VERNON — Only a few miles of route walking remain for local mail carrier Jon Minard.
BRINKHAVEN — Brinkhaven residents may be without a post office after a December decision by the U.S. Postal Service.
MOUNT VERNON — After Cami Stidham left the Knox County Common Pleas Courtroom Tuesday, her ex-husband, John Stidham, came into the courtroom along with two other prisoners.
MOUNT VERNON — The quads were noisy. Tempers flared. The crowd cheered for every jump.
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Photo by Virgil Shipley Cami Stidham, left, and her attorney, Harlow Walker, listen as Knox County Common Pleas Court Judge Eyster asks if she understand the charge against her and if she is making her guilty plea to grand theft of her own free will. By CHUCK MARTIN News Staff Reporter MOUNT VERNON — Cami… Read more »
MOUNT VERNON — After Cami Stidham left the Knox County Common Pleas Courtroom today, her ex-husband, John Stidham, came into the courtroom along with two other prisoners. The other two were there to enter pleas, but John was there because of an omission from the sentence handed down last week when he pled guilty to… Read more »
MOUNT VERNON — Dean Shira sat atop the high, red wagon as friends and relatives added a third huge black horse to the hitch for the next event in the open fair Draft Horse Show on Monday at the Knox County Fair.
MOUNT VERNON — It was hot and sticky at the 2011 Knox County Fair on Monday, but people still came out to enjoy the rides, food, exhibits and competitions.
MOUNT VERNON — High temperatures which are expected to rise into the mid-90s again by the end of the week continue to plague Knox County, and the possibility for heat-related illnesses remains equally high.