MOUNT VERNON -- A Mount Vernon man was charged with three traffic violations after a minor crash on Wooster Road, Tuesday morning.
GAMBIER -- The benefits and challenges of utilizing locally-grown food were discussed at the first of three Visits series at Kenyon College on Tuesday, sponsored by the Rural Life Center.
MOUNT VERNON -- Discussion continued Tuesday with the Mount Vernon Dilapidated Buildings Commission regarding Codified Ordinance No. 1305 -- Dangerous Structures, as requested by chairman Dave Glass, Mount Vernon Safety/Service Director.
MOUNT VERNON -- Knox County Engineer Jim Henry was to be the guest speaker for the monthly Knox Township Association meeting Tuesday evening to speak on what is being done to protect township and county roads from truck traffic that will be part of the coming shale gas and oil development.
MOUNT VERNON -- Rochelle Adam is back on the job as Junior Fair Coordinator for the Knox County Fair Board and anxious to get things back on course.
MOUNT VERNON -- Juniors in the engineering drafting program at the Knox County Career are no longer in limbo -- there will be a senior drafting class next school year, Superintendent Bernie Pachmayer told the News on Monday.
MOUNT VERNON -- For Senior Night, the Mount Vernon girls basketball team played like seasoned veterans.
SPARTA -- Tuesday night the young Highland Scots (3-14, 2-9 MOAC), who led the visiting Cardington Pirates (5-11, 2-9 MOAC) by as many as 10 in the final quarter, hung on and won a thriller, 53-52, in Mid-Ohio Buckeye Conference basketball action Tuesday evening.
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