Mount Vernon News

Mount Vernon News April 5, 2012

Five public health partners recognized

MOUNT VERNON -- In recognition of National Public Health Week, the Knox County Health Department presented five individuals with its Partner in Public Health Award this morning during the agency's eighth annual breakfast event.

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Davis remembered with greatest story

GAMBIER -- The message of Easter comes to life Friday at Community Christian Fellowship when it presents the Easter pageant "The Greatest Story Ever Told."

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Devon well site prepares for rig

UTICA -- Preliminary work at Devon Energy's drilling site in Morgan Township is almost done and the big equipment will start moving in next week.

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Second Howard business robbed

HOWARD -- The second burglary in less than a week in Howard was reported early Wednesday morning.

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Civil War-era newspapers to be stored in digital format

MOUNT VERNON -- Civil War-era newspapers once published in Mount Vernon will come to life again in digital format thanks to a grant from The Community Foundation of Mount Vernon and Knox County and the Ariel Foundation.

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Danville considers security measures

DANVILLE -- The search continues for security cameras at Danville Memorial Park.

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Orange squeezes past Jackets in extra inning

MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon's Yellow Jackets lost to Olentangy Orange for the second time this week on Wednesday afternoon, extending the undefeated Pioneers into extra innings before dropping a 4-3 decision at Jackets Field.

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Mount Vernon overwhelmed by Pacers, 14-7

MOUNT VERNON -- It started out bad and got worse for the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets (1-3) as they were overwhelmed by the visiting Delaware Pacers, 14-7, in Ohio Capital Conference softball action on Wednesday.

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