UTICA -- Ohio's deer-gun season got under way Monday and many hunters not only appreciate harvesting their own meat, they are responding to the season of giving by donating deer to programs like Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH).
MOUNT VERNON -- Provisional ballots from the Nov. 6 election have been certified and counted and overall election results remain unchanged.
MOUNT VERNON -- In the blockbuster film "Titanic,"actress Gloria Stewart famously said, "Thank you for that fine forensic analysis. ... Of course, the experience of it was somewhat different."So it also goes with law enforcement.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Renaissance Foundation opened the doors to the renovated Odd Fellows building during the Christmas Walk on Sunday.
With the fall elections over and Lincoln's supporters still in control of Congress, the President felt he could finally fire Gen. George McClellan as commander of the Army of the Potomac. He did so on Nov. 7, 1862.
MOUNT VERNON -- If you think you have the No. 1 dog in Knox County, you can get the dog tag to prove it, at least for 2013.
MOUNT VERNON -- Knox County Commissioners met to hear opening bids Monday for a chlorination-dechlorination project for Pleasant View Acres wastewater treatment.
MOUNT VERNON -- It was obvious in the closing minutes of Tuesday's opener that the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets had a new attitude.
HOWARD -- The East Knox Bulldogs took charge right from the opening tipoff, getting a big lead early and never looking back.
MOUNT VERNON -- It's early, but the 2012 deer gun season is looking to be one of the most successful in years.
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