Monthly Archives:: September 2011
MILLWOOD — Knox County's commissioners went on the road Monday to see where American Electric Power wants to run a power line along the same right of way that the Millwood sewer project will take across the Mark and Carol Gilmore property at Kokosing Valley Camp and Canoe.
UTICA — The Utica Redskins kept themselves in the Mid-Buckeye Conference race Monday, defeating the Danville Blue Devils 25-15, 25-17, 25-18 at home.
MOUNT VERNON — He is in his seventh season of racing. He races two different classes of cars as he travels around the Midwest and beyond.
MOUNT VERNON — The Ohio Department of Transportation has announced a bridge replacement project on U.S. 36/Ohio 3 over Painter Creek, east of Sunbury between Condit Road and Old 3C Road.
FREDERICKTOWN — Was the news media out of line when it began reported suspected improprieties on the part of Ohio State University football players? Was it irresponsible when it brought to light alleged misconduct, though inaction, on the part of former coach Jim Tressel?
MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket girls volleyball team keeps on rolling.
MOUNT VERNON — As the Oct. 1 deadline looms, the negotiation stalemate between Knox Community Hospital and the physicians employed by KCH and insurer Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield continues.
MOUNT VERNON — Several committee meetings will precede the Mount Vernon City Council meeting Monday, with the most significant, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss the status of the bridge projects at Foundation Park and the Kokosing River Bikeway.
MOUNT VERNON — On Friday, Knox County Common Pleas Court Judge Otho Eyster handed down sentences in four felony cases, according to Knox County Prosecutor John Thatcher.
FREDERICKTOWN — Danville and Fredericktown have had some memorable football games over the years.
MOUNT VERNON — For one half, the football game between Delaware Hayes and Mount Vernon was a close rivalry in every true sense.
HOWARD — Patience and perseverance, along with a pair of Tyler Stoyle touchdown passes, lifted the visiting Centerburg Trojans over the East Knox Bulldogs, 21-13, in Friday's Mid-Buckeye Conference football showdown.
SPARTA — Football coaches are notoriously conservative when it comes to play calling in close games, most favoring to play for a tie and a chance to win in overtime than to gamble on an outright victory in regulation.
JOHNSTOWN — Johnstown running back Ross Franklin scored four touchdowns as the Johnnies defeated the visiting Loudonville Redbirds, 56-35.
JOHNSTOWN — Utica played excellent defense throughout Friday's game at Northridge, and finally got its offense in gear for a 33-3 Mid-Buckeye Conference win.
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MOUNT VERNON — In the first confrontation of a campaign that is sure to heat up over the next six weeks, the city's two mayoral candidates began staking out territory for the coming campaign.
MOUNT VERNON — Details of elements in State Issue 2 were shared in a town hall meeting Thursday evening at the Knox County Career Center Adult Education Center.
MOUNT VERNON — The election season is upon us and that means political signs touting a particular candidate or a position on an issue will soon be found in city residents' lawns. For one Mount Vernon citizen, a sign has already been placed outside his home supporting a local candidate.
MOUNT VERNON — With one referendum on the ballot this November, another may be on the way in November 2012.