MOUNT VERNON -- It will be up to the Knox County Commissioners to accept or reject the fact-finders in the contract negotiations with the 9-1-1 employees.
BELLVILLE -- Clear Fork High School has been named a School of Promise by the Ohio Department of Education, and principal Brian Brown is "unbelievably excited."
MOUNT VERNON -- Last year a survey by Citrix Systems revealed that only 16 percent of Americans could accurately define cloud computing and approximately half of the U.S. population would say they've never used cloud computing while actually 95 percent of them have. For example, NetFlix, Facebook, and even email, are cloud-based operations. So, what is cloud computing?
MOUNT VERNON -- The Don Bouchard house that caught fire Wednesday morning is a total loss, College Township Fire Chief Bill Smith said Thursday.
MOUNT VERNON -- Kellie Pickler's life has played out like a classic country song. From her hardscrabble, small town roots to center stage on "American Idol"to the top of the country charts, Pickler has proven that talent, beauty, hard work and determination are a potent combination.
COLUMBUS -- The Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets scored a pair of pins and sustained a minor upset in Thursday's championship preliminary round of the 2013 OHSAA State Wrestling Championships held in the Jerome Schottenstein Center at The Ohio State University.
WORTHINGTON -- It's how you finish that counts. At Thursday's Division III district semifinal, held at Worthington Christian Middle School, the Freddies put that adage into practice.
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