BROWN TOWNSHIP -- A local congregation is reaching yet another historical milestone next week. A special celebration service will take place June 3 when the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church will celebrate its 175th anniversary.
MOUNT VERNON -- There were hundreds of submissions to the 2012 Japanese-influenced art contest.
MOUNT VERNON -- They filed into the Knox County Career Center Senior Awards program in a rainbow of colors -- blue, red, green, black and white -- as the students wore the graduation robes of their home schools.
MOUNT VERNON -- An update of 2012 projects with the Ohio Department of Transportation, specifically within District 5, was presented to the Knox County Commissioners by ODOT District Deputy Director Joe Rutherford on Thursday morning.
MOUNT VERNON -- A gas pipeline in southern Clinton and Liberty townships laid in March by Knox Energy Inc. was an issue of concern expressed by the Knox County Commissioners when they met Thursday morning with Glenn Hackett of Bennett and Williams, an environmental consultant for Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON -- Two bids were opened Thursday morning by the Knox County Commissioners for an exterior surface cleaning project at the Knox County Memorial Building and Theater.
XENIA -- It was another example of pulse-pounding, heart-stopping, edge-of-your-seat baseball -- Fredericktown Freddies style.
PICKERINGTON -- There are times in softball where a pitcher just has a team's number.
LEXINGTON -- For Highland junior Amanda Mosier, Thursday's meet was a chance to extend her season.
MOUNT VERNON -- The mood at volleyball practice on Thursday was relaxed, carefree and calm.
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