MOUNT VERNON — FT Precision in Fredericktown is looking to add on to its facility and employee roster if a $6 million tax abatement is approved.
CENTERBURG — Centerburg seventh- and eighth- grade social studies teacher Sean Sweeney is currently on paid administrative leave while being investigated by the board of education.
HOWARD — The East Knox Board of Education on Wednesday, with board members Craig Campbell and Korey Kidwell abstaining, ratified a negotiated agreement which freezes teachers' base salary and reduces the amount the board pays for their insurance benefits.
MOUNT VERNON — A second hearing on proposed changes in sediment and erosion control, and storm water management schedule of fees took place Thursday morning at the Knox County Commissioners' office.
FREDERICKTOWN — A unique addition was added to the lineup of events at the Fredericktown Tomato Show this year.
MOUNT VERNON — Annie Lambla, who is also known as the "Yogurt Pedaler," will be sharing her love and knowledge of yogurt making at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market Saturday morning on Public Square.
HOWARD — After cruising through the first part of its schedule, East Knox soccer coach Geoff Green knew that Heath would be a tough test for his Bulldogs.
FREDERICKTOWN — The Tuesday evening storm was not a tornado or a microburst, according to Brian Hess, director of the Knox County Emergency Management Agency.
MOUNT VERNON — The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution affords the right to worship as one chooses and the right for strippers to peacefully protest outside a church. Wednesday night Knox County Assistant Prosecutor Chip McConville explored the rights of freedom of speech, freedom of the press and the right to assemble.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon Assistant City Prosecutor Robert Broeren Jr. touched on nine of the 27 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, Wednesday evening, during the Constitution Lecture Series being presented at the Mount Vernon Memorial Theater.
FREDERICKTOWN — Fredericktown Local Schools earned an excellent district designation on the 2009-10 school year report card, and the elementary school and high school were also rated excellent.
FREDERICKTOWN — On Wednesday, 28 charming young ladies in tomato red dresses filled the stage at the Fredericktown Tomato Show, vying for the 2010 Little Miss Tomato title.
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Educational Service Center is in a relatively good financial position right now, according to Treasurer Heather Darnold.
MOUNT VERNON — Customers and guests of First-Knox National Bank were treated to a business forum Wednesday afternoon at The Dan Emmett Conference Center with guest speaker Dr. Edmond Seifried.
GAMBIER — A tradition of community service has been forged in the members and volunteers of Harcourt Parish Episcopal Church.
CENTERBURG — Last week's big win confirmed what the Centerburg Trojans already knew deep down — they are much better than a year ago. How much better? That remains to be seen.
MOUNT VERNON — With a win under their belt, a more confident Mount Vernon football team is ready to make it two in a row. But, to do that, the Yellow Jackets must get past a Mansfield Madison team that's better than its record indicates.
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