In an exclusive one-on-one interview with the News, 18th District Rep. Zack Space talked candidly late Monday afternoon about HR 3296, the health care reform bill passed by the House on Saturday.
To help constituents better understand HR 3296, Congressman Zack Space provided the News with a summary of key factors of the bill.
Problems within the cat shelter may jeopardize the county’s dog rescue program, Mount Vernon City Council members learned Monday night.
Although he may deny it, Laurence Rhoads has lived a pretty interesting life. At 94, a lot of his life seems like history rather than something someone you know has lived through. But Rhoads has lived the quintessential 20th century American life. And he has it all down on paper. It is his legacy to his family.
A portion of the funding for the EPA-required hamlet wastewater project is in jeopardy, thanks to a bottleneck of “stimulus” paperwork at the Ohio EPA, Knox County commissioners learned Monday afternoon.
On Nov. 23, the Mount Vernon Post Office will be making minor adjustments to city routes. According to Mount Vernon Postmaster Cindy O’Brien, this will make mail delivery in the city more efficient.
Strategic Health Care consultant Paul Lee knew what he was not going to be talking about Monday night.
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