MOUNT VERNON -- Wednesday was not a usual day in Knox Community Hospital's emergency department.
GAMBIER -- Public feedback, all in opposition of a proposed outsourcing, was heard from Kenyon College faculty, staff and students Wednesday evening in a panel meeting at Higley Auditorium.
BLENDON TOWNSHIP -- Stolen items have been returned to Knox County following the recovery of a large number of items from a storage unit in Delaware County.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Rural Society Fall Antique and Garden Show is bringing together antique vendors, creative personalities, gourds and pumpkins, and folks who love it all to the Warwick Farm this weekend.
Answering the question, "What does it mean to be a Democrat?"is not simple.
GAMBIER -- The Place to Be, a student exhibition that explores the public spaces in Knox County, has won the 2012 History Outreach Award from the Ohio Local History Alliance and the Ohio Historical Society.
GRANVILLE -- Utica High School's lone representative at the Division II Central District golf tournament fell short in his bid at a spot at state.
MOUNT VERNON -- Most coaching staffs break the high school football season down into 10 weekly tests.
FREDERICKTOWN -- It's still too early in the football season to refer to a game as "must-win."
Centerburg (3-3, 1-2) allowed nearly 400 yards to Danville in Week 6, but kept close throughout in a 23-14 loss.
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