Mount Vernon News
 
 
  • Farmer Dave Mitchem checks out an ear of corn to see what effect the summer’s drought may have had on his corn crop. Knox County farmers are not expecting record crops, but they seem to have come through the summer in better shape than farmers in many other parts of Ohio. style=

    Effects of drought not as severe in Knox County

    Farmer Dave Mitchem checks out an ear of corn to see what effect the summer’s drought may have had on his corn crop. Knox County farmers are not expecting record crops, but they seem to have come through the summer in better shape than farmers in many other parts of Ohio. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

    Purchase

  • Construction crews are setting a fast pace on the south side of Coshocton Avenue street project. This storm drain and manhole were put in place Wednesday afternoon and a backhoe operator was filling it in with gravel. Pouring the cement curbing is the next step in the process, followed by sidewalk installation on the south side of the street. style=

    Switching sides

    Construction crews are setting a fast pace on the south side of Coshocton Avenue street project. This storm drain and manhole were put in place Wednesday afternoon and a backhoe operator was filling it in with gravel. Pouring the cement curbing is the next step in the process, followed by sidewalk installation on the south side of the street. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

    Purchase

  • Mount Vernon seventh-grader Kaden Daniels shakes an Olentangy Shanahan defender on the way to the endzone in the third quarter of Wednesday’s game. The Yellow Jackets lost, 24-6. No other information was submitted. style=

    MV seventh-graders fall to Shanahan

    Mount Vernon seventh-grader Kaden Daniels shakes an Olentangy Shanahan defender on the way to the endzone in the third quarter of Wednesday’s game. The Yellow Jackets lost, 24-6. No other information was submitted. (Photo by Bill Davis)

    Purchase

  • Mount Vernon’s Clay Curts, who caught the winning touchdown pass against Cambridge in Week 2, will also continue to be a key player on defense when the Yellow Jackets play Mansfield Madison on Friday. style=

    Mount Vernon-Madison battle of unbeatens

    Mount Vernon’s Clay Curts, who caught the winning touchdown pass against Cambridge in Week 2, will also continue to be a key player on defense when the Yellow Jackets play Mansfield Madison on Friday. (Photo by Bill Davis)

    Purchase

 

Rules: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don’t attack other commenters personally and keep your language decent. If a comment violates our comments standards, click the “X” in the upper right corner of the comment box to report abuse. To post comments, you must be a Facebook member.