FREDERICKTOWN -- "Live Like There's No Tomorrow"is the theme of the 36th annual Fredericktown Tomato Show, which kicked off in front of a large crowd at the festival stage Wednesday evening.
MOUNT VERNON -- Drought has devastated the crops in large areas of the county.
MOUNT VERNON -- It is customary for Ryan's to close its restaurant with next to no warning for its employees, as it did with its Mount Vernon restaurant on Tuesday, according to the communications firm Kekst and Co., which provides strategic communications for corporations.
MOUNT VERNON -- Ten indictments were returned by the Knox County Grand Jury, on Tuesday.
MOUNT VERNON -- Few people can claim to have heard the voices of the dead in a cemetery; but this weekend visitors to Mound View Cemetery will hear voices.
Was the news from Minnesota in August of 1862 shocking or alarming? Or were Americans so jaded by news of the war that they found news of an Indian uprising to be no big deal?
MOUNT VERNON -- This is unfamiliar territory for the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets.
DANVILLE -- Over the years, the Danville football team has prided itself on its defense. This Friday, that defense is going to face a stiff challenge in Grove City Christian.
Centerburg's (2-0) Joey Valentine had only eight carries in the Trojans 38-7 win over Lucas last Friday, but three were when the Trojans were close to the goal line and wanted points.
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