Monthly Archives:: October 2011
12:32 p.m. October 31, 2011Hotchkiss- There’s still no sign of a missing hunter in the mountains near Hotchkiss. 73-year-old Terry Baughn, of Ohio, is lost on Bureau of Land Management land near Green Mountain. That’s northwest of Hotchkiss. He’s been missing since Tuesday. Dozens of people, including members of the Delta County, Gunnison, and Hotchkiss… Read more »
The National Weather Service in Cleveland has issued a frost advisory which is in effect tonight to 10 am Friday. Areas of frost are likely overnight as skies partially clear and temperatures drop. Winds will be light. Frost will damage tender vegetation. A frost advisory is issued when frost is expected to develop during the… Read more »
Six people, including three Knox County Sheriff’s Office detectives, underwent decontamination procedures after a chemical spill was discovered while the detectives were talking with the occupants of a house in Apple Valley.
Twenty-five Egyptians cross from Israel into Egypt in exchange for a U.S.-Israeli citizen jailed in Cairo on suspicion of espionage.
MOUNT VERNON — A deer almost ended the visit of two Knox County World War II veterans to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
MOUNT VERNON — Numerous Knox County businesses were honored for their employment efforts of the disabled at the fifth annual employer recognition breakfast this morning hosted by New Hope Industries at The Dan Emmett Conference Center.
MOUNT VERNON — People with disabilities have equal rights under both state and federal law. These laws allow people with disabilities to have complete access to the voting process.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Board of Health is considering a system of posting results of restaurant inspections at the doors or front counters of the establishment as a means of informing its customers of their performance.
MOUNT VERNON — The 2011 Christmas Parade and Walk Auction will be held tonight at 5:30 at Parkside Restaurant & Tavern.
MOUNT VERNON — The seniors on the Mount Vernon High School Yellow Jacket football team are used to getting knocked down. They are also just as accustomed to getting up off the ground with the help from an outstretched hand of a teammate and friend.
Utica (2-7, 2-4) has scored in double digits in all but two games this season, but have been outscored by at least by 20 points in every one of its seven losses on the season.
POWELL — It wasn't the typical Highland Scots volleyball match. Except that they won.
HILLIARD — The climb up the bracket during tournament time is a slow and perilous ascent. No opponent can be taken for granted.
State-by-state breakdown of student responsibility for higher education since 1985.
MOUNT VERNON — For a party coming off a terrible statewide election in 2010, the Knox County Democrats who gathered for the annual Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner were anything but discouraged or depressed.