The amount the Mount Vernon School district expects to generate from filing complaints and countercomplaints on properties will vary depending on when the complaints are settled.
As a bridge between school learning and the community, the Mentorship for Leadership program offers motivated high school students the opportunity to explore specific career interests with a member of the business community.
East Knox students and staff will have a new superintendent in August, but will be seeing a face familiar to the district.
After going into executive session at its meeting Wednesday night, the Knox County Board of Health announced it was forming a personnel committee to specifically investigate charges that Health Commissioner Dennis Murray is unfit to serve in that capacity.
The Ohio School Improvement Process was the main topic at Danville’s school board meeting on Monday.
A Mount Vernon woman, Virginia Ann Dice, 64, was treated and released from Knox Community Hospital after her Chevrolet Equinox van was knocked off U.S. 36, 3 1/2 miles east of Millwood, on Wednesday at 12:35 p.m.
Meeting in special session on Wednesday, the Governing Board of the Knox County Educational Service Center hired a new superintendent, Timm Mackley, effective August 1.
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