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Mount Vernon News September 28, 2012

Hinkens receives probation for theft

MOUNT VERNON -- Pam Hinkens, former director of Mid-Ohio Transit Authority, was sentenced to a three-year term of community control this morning after pleading guilty Aug. 21 to a fifth-degree felony charge of theft in office.

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Community says farewell to Dr. Rodstrom

MOUNT VERNON -- Dr. Robert "Bob"Rodstrom is retiring from his practice of internal and geriatric medicine, and the community turned out in droves Thursday evening to wish him a fond farewell.

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Daniels to be coordinator of adult ed at KCCC

MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Career Center is in the process of reconfiguring its engineering drafting program into an Architectural and Engineering Design program.

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Commissioners approve change to stormwater regulations

MOUNT VERNON -- The revamping of subdivision regulations with concern to stormwater management and sediment control was the purpose of a public hearing Thursday morning between the Knox County Commissioners and Knox County Regional Planning Director Darrell Severns.

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Health board approves four contracts at meeting

MOUNT VERNON -- A light agenda faced the Knox County Board of Health when they met Wednesday evening at the Knox County Health Department.

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Absentee applications available

MOUNT VERNON -- Those registered voters interested in early voting only need to fill out one absentee application, according to Kim Horn, director of the Knox County Board of Elections.

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Cosner sentenced for trafficking heroin

MOUNT VERNON -- According to Knox County Prosecutor John Thatcher, Scott C. Cosner, 26, Mount Vernon, was convicted of trafficking in heroin for selling the drug on Jan. 26.

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Utica dominates Blue Devils in sweep

UTICA -- Despite a furious late comeback, the Utica Redskins managed to sweep the visiting Danville Blue Devils, 25-11, 25-16, 25-14, at home on Thursday evening in Mid-Buckeye Conference volleyball action.

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