Mount Vernon Middle School science teacher John Freshwater continues his testimony today in his termination hearing.
The contents of the mysterious black bag were entered into evidence Thursday afternoon as the contract termination hearing of suspended Mount Vernon Middle School science teacher John Freshwater continued.
After the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline of the Supreme Court of Ohio handed down a recommendation to indefinitely suspend Scott Pullinsí law license, the local attorney has filed a 90-page objection with the Ohio Supreme Court.
Everyone loves the great taste of Chinese food ó so much so, that Chenís Buffet & Grill will be the fourth Asian-style restaurant to open in Mount Vernon.
In just two months, individuals and groups throughout Knox County have raised over $13,000 to sponsor an Honor Flight to take World War II veterans to the national memorial in Washington, D.C.
When Chris White of Centerburg got a call last Friday from her eldest son, David, she was flabbergasted to learn Guatemala had been devastated by a volcano.
During a meeting with the Knox County Commissioners on Thursday, Kim Marshall, director of the Knox County Park District, discussed the use of some of the Community Development Block Grant funds for pavement of just over a half mile of the Mohican Valley Trail from the Bridge of Dreams to the Holmes County line.
ďI couldnít see out the window,Ē said Michelle King as she described the short violent wind storm that swept through Brandon about 4 p.m. Thursday. The wind blew three trees across Ohio 661, just south of Brandon, blocking the road for an hour.
A Mount Vernon couple will soon get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into making a movie.
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