MOUNT VERNON -- Local candidates for office had the opportunity to make their voices be heard Monday evening when the Knox County Democratic Party hosted a town hall meeting at the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County.
Driving into Mount Vernon on Coshocton Avenue from Apple Valley, Eddie Rodehaver saw two prices of gasoline Thursday at noon.
MOUNT VERNON -- Soroptimist International of Mount Vernon and Knox County was the latest group to host a luncheon with the participants in the Distinguished Young Women program on Thursday.
MOUNT VERNON -- Both high school and adult cosmetology programs were featured Thursday during the Knox County Career Center's school board regular meeting, which followed an executive session that started at 6 p.m.
MOUNT VERNON -- Two police cars showed up at the Knox County Career Center this morning for the officers to stand by in the event there was a problem with getting an instructor to leave the building.
MOUNT VERNON -- Fourteen candidates showed up for the Mount Vernon-Knox County Chamber of Commerce Candidates Forum, Thursday at the Dan Emmett Conference Center.
MOUNT VERNON -- Partly as a way to make up for state funding cuts to local governments, the Ohio Department of Development has launched the Local Government Innovation Fund program.
TOLEDO -- Former Mount Vernon High School football coach Chuck Stobart is back in the Buckeye State to receive a very special honor this evening.
HOWARD -- East Knox is one step closer to joining a new conference.
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