A female seventh-grade student was walking north on South Division Street this morning, to the Mount Vernon Middle School, when a greenish silver "old, rusty Dodge pick-up truck"pulled up and asked if she needed a ride.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Chapter of the American Red Cross presented the Heroes of 2013 at this morning's annual Heroes Breakfast.
MOUNT VERNON -- The annual Knox County Sheep Improvement Dinner was a full event Monday night at the Fredericktown United Methodist Church including a lamb dinner, election of a new committee director, a speaker and introduction of the 2013 Sheep and Lamb Ambassador.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Curtis Inn has been ordered to return the 2013 hotel/motel license issued by the State Fire Marshal on Feb. 7.
MOUNT VERNON -- As promised at the last meeting, the Mount Vernon Board of Education on Monday announced an additional $1.3 million in cuts that will be made if the emergency 5.6-mill levy fails in May.
CENTERBURG -- Centerburg's Village Council has thrown its support behind the proposed consolidation of Knox County's 9-1-1 system.
MOUNT VERNON -- A new accounting practice, a homestyle restaurant, and the closing of a restaurant/pub are among the recent business changes around Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON -- Pealer Mill Road (County Road 45) in Brown Township between College Hill Road and Hostetler Road, is closed for approximately 30 days for culvert replacement.
REYNOLDSBURG -- Trailing by one midway through the third quarter, the Danville boys basketball team turned it up a notch.
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