MOUNT VERNON -- The second annual Duck Race to benefit the Heritage Centre Association was a popular attraction at First Friday.
FREDERICKTOWN -- There's something about hot, humid days and cold, juicy tomatoes that fairly screams summer, and the celebration of both the season and the tasty veggie continued Friday at the 36 Annual Fredericktown Tomato Show.
MOUNT VERNON -- Work continues on the south side of Coshocton Avenue.
MOUNT VERNON -- After making inquiries to the Knox County Career Center all week, confirmation was received by the News on Friday that an exterminator had been called to inspect a classroom for bed bugs.
MOUNT VERNON -- The deadline for registration and changes of address to vote in the Nov. 6, General Elections is Oct. 9.
MOUNT VERNON -- In the roller coaster ride that is the football season, some ups are bound to lead to some downs.
FREDERICKTOWN -- It came down to one play and a game-saving tackle.
DANVILLE -- Danville football coach Ed Honabarger preached to his team at halftime to finish -- finish their runs, finish their tackles, finish their drives.
ELYRIA -- Centerburg scored the first two touchdowns in the first quarter of its final nonconference game of the year at Elyria Catholic on Friday, but a punt-return touchdown sparked the host Panthers to outscore the Trojans 40-7 the rest of the way for a 40-21 victory.
COLUMBUS -- Speed kills, as East Knox found out the hard way against Bishop Hartley on Friday night.
SPARTA -- Marion Pleasant took advantage of a porous Highland defense to gain 595 yards en route to a 56-6 Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference victory over the Scots on Friday night.
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