When an opposing team sits down to create a game plan for facing the Fredericktown Freddies, Thomas Hinkle, C.J. Ruhl or Austin Hoeflich are probably at the top of their list for guys they have to stop. Three other Freddies are quickly emerging as the next level of challenges, however.
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The Knox County Health Department reports it has had a good response from local students at H1N1 clinics held this week at Centerburg, Danville, East Knox, Fredericktown and Mount Vernon.
Those in attendance at the Mount Vernon-Knox County Chamber of Commerce Midday Matters luncheon Thursday afternoon at The Alcove heard from all three Knox County Commissioners and Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis about the current state of the county and city, from the points of view of those at the helm in city and county government.
Touching upon a timely topic, the 2009 Knox County Debate contest resolution was: The United States federal government should mandate that all uninsured citizens join a government run non-profit health insurance program.
Knox County Common Pleas Court justice Otho Eyster isnít one to follow the crowd.
Knox County Water and Wastewater superintendent Ron Simpson updated the board of commissioners Thursday morning on pending projects, including major activities in Apple Valley.
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