CENTERBURG -- The Centerburg schools'renewable energy project, the largest school solar project in Ohio to date, was officially opened Saturday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour of the solar array.
MOUNT VERNON -- During this presidential election year, citizens will have countless opportunities to see statistics spun in every possible direction. There is at least one indisputable statistic, however, and it's a grim one: 100 percent of us will die. When we do, we trigger the estate probate process. And depending on how well we have planned, probate can be a straightforward matter or an expensive headache for our survivors.
UTICA -- A new career is on the horizon for Victoria Williams, 24, who will soon be leaving the comforts of her home to serve her country in the United States Air Force.
HOWARD -- It was the first-ever trip to the Christian Schools of Ohio Fine Arts Competition conducted recently in Cleveland for students from Temple Christian Academy.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Career Center Adult Education has announced the graduation of 11 Emergency Medical Technician students.
MOUNT VERNON -- Communication is a key to school boards doing an effective job, say veteran board members.
DANVILLE -- Danville schools are asking parents to talk to their children about being safe while walking to school.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Ohio Department of Public Safety's Office of Criminal Justice awarded $35,000 in federal traffic safety funding to the Knox County Health Department for federal fiscal year 2012.
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