MOUNT VERNON -- Shutters were drawn on a beautiful 15-acre slice of Knox County over the weekend as closing ceremonies were held at Camp Cornish.
MOUNT VERNON -- For more than an hour Saturday morning, Morrow County Sheriff's Deputy Brandon Moore enthralled the attendees of the annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast with the account of his near-fatal wounding on Sept. 21, 2010.
MOUNT VERNON -- The future is uncertain for the building which housed the former First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) at 110 E. Vine St.
MOUNT VERNON -- In spite of sporadic showers and intermittent sunshine, Sunday's edition of the 2012 Heart of Ohio Tour saw a sparse, but steady, stream of participants.
As the nation reeled at the news of Antietam and its toll of 23,000 casualties, it would have been easy to overlook the news two days later of a battle in Iuka, Miss.
MOUNT VERNON -- Several national organizations have weighed in on the John Freshwater contract termination appeal to the Ohio Supreme Court.
CONDIT -- Three individuals were arrested for aggravated robbery on Saturday following a pursuit involving seven law enforcement departments which ended just southwest of the Knox-Delaware county line.
GAMBIER -- Former Kenyon College physics professor Franklin Miller Jr., died Thursday, Oct. 4. He was 100 years old.
MOUNT VERNON -- The campus of the Mount Vernon Developmental Center was alive with energy and excitement at the 2012 Fall Festival.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County is joining all types of libraries across the state to participate in "Snapshot Day: A Day in the Life of Ohio Libraries"on Tuesday, Oct. 9, to capture and share information about how important academic, public, school, and special libraries and library systems are to the state of Ohio.
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