MOUNT VERNON -- The smaller animals went for some pretty big prices at this year's Sale of Champions at the Knox County Fair.
MOUNT VERNON -- It was a big day for 4-H'ers at the Knox County Fair's annual Sale of Champions. The larger animals were sold at the auction, raising a huge amount of money for the participants.
MILLWOOD -- A project which was intended to bring mandatory public sewer service to Millwood village residents has turned into a huge headache at one location, according to Millwood resident Francis Flood.
There are few limits to substances people will consume to experience illegal highs, and seemingly no extreme to which drug dealers won't go to give them what they want.
MOUNT VERNON -- John and Janis Seavolt gratefully looked back at 40 years of photography, making the transition from film to digital cameras, and doing business as Seavolt's Studio.
MOUNT VERNON -- A young woman was taken to Knox Community Hospital by an emergency squad late Thursday afternoon from an apparent lighting strike during the afternoon thunderstorm.
MOUNT GILEAD -- A 16-year-old Mount Gilead girl was killed in a one-vehicle crash Thursday at 3:46 p.m. The crash occurred on County Road 46, between Ohio 19 and Township Road 97.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon's own presidential candidate Mike Vargo has been grateful for the reception he has received at the Knox County Fair.
MOUNT VERNON -- Some area residents experienced an unpleasant sense of déjà vu when rains and winds swept through the county Thursday evening and electrical power was disrupted due to storm damage.
MOUNT VERNON -- It was a four-time champion who took the biggest prize. But it was the pick-up trucks that stole the show on Thursday.
MOUNT VERNON -- There was plenty of good, old fashioned power to spare at the 2012 Knox County Fair antique tractor pull.
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