MOUNT VERNON -- Those who have an important viewpoint of Knox County's needs and resources were the target of the third individual survey recently conducted by the Knox County Community Health Assessment Partnership.
MOUNT VERNON -- Legislation authorizing a bond issue to finance the construction of a service building for the Street, Water and Wastewater departments may be delayed Monday, Mayor Richard Mavis reported.
MOUNT VERNON -- Littering is a selfish habit that decreases the scenic beauty of parks, trails and roadways in Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON -- Tree seedlings, bird feeders and nest boxes are among items available each year from the Knox Soil &Water Conservation District.
MOUNT VERNON -- Michael Barrett, Senior Controls Engineer for Rolls-Royce, recently paid a visit to the fifth-grade classes of Pleasant Street Elementary School.
FREDERICKTOWN -- The Fredericktown Local School District will permit students from any Ohio school district to enroll in its school system on a tuition-free basis.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon boys track coach Jim Lindsey surveyed the line of youngsters that fell in and formed the back row of his squad as they were getting ready to stretch in the June-like, 80-degree-plus sunshine.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon girls track team lost its coach and the school's only state qualifier.
DANVILLE -- The road to success Danville Blue Devils track and field team will be well-paved this season -- literally.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon boys volleyball team has achieved quite a bit of success over the past few years.
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