MOUNT VERNON -- Columbia Elementary's 6-year-old summer reading program is designed to keep students reading skills sharp and has succeeded.
MOUNT VERNON -- Last week's rain was a huge help for Knox County crops, but we could use some more.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon City Council agreed Monday night to purchase a piece of property on Coshocton Avenue that is crucial in the city's plan to correct the traffic problems near CVS.
UTICA -- A 9-year-old Utica boy has died following a two-car accident at 1:55 p.m. Monday on Ohio 13 just south of Utica.
HOWARD -- The East Knox school board on Monday took the first steps toward placing a tax issue on the November ballot.
MOUNT VERNON -- The return of electric power to Mount Vernon and Knox County following the storm on June 29 was made possible thanks to the efforts of various out-of-state electric utility companies.
UTICA -- Words of praise for village residents and officials coming together in a time of crisis were heard when Utica Village Council met Monday evening at Utica town hall.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mike Vargo continues to gather signatures as he campaigns for president of the United States and wants to help voters understand his values and positions as an Independent.
MOUNT VERNON -- A reminder of the emergency food voucher distribution with Jobs and Family Services was shared with the Knox County Board of Commissioners when they met Monday morning with Knox County JFS Director Matthew Kurtz.
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