MOUNT VERNON -- Ohio's county recorders are being sued over old property records that include racist provisions.
GAMBIER -- Teams from four Ohio colleges took part in the third annual Platinum Chef Ohio Battle for the Buckeye State competition at Kenyon College on Wednesday.
MOUNT VERNON -- The Mount Vernon High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Recognition Ceremony was held Wednesday in the River Room Cafe at the Knox County Career Center.
HOWARD -- State Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl talked with the East Knox Board of Education on Wednesday night regarding changes the House has made to Gov. John Kasich's proposed budget that could have an impact on schools if signed into law.
GAMBIER -- American society has changed over the past 50 years, libertarian author Charles Murray told a Kenyon audience Wednesday night, as we have seen the emergence of a new upper class and a new working class, with often divergent values.
MOUNT VERNON -- Earning National Merit scholarship recognition is one of the most prestigious honors awarded in high schools across the United States.
MOUNT VERNON -- One last push in support of a new tax levy for Mount Vernon City Schools was made Wednesday evening by the Our Schools Our Community committee.
MOUNT VERNON -- Mother Nature decided to step in and perform some middle inning relief. Unfortunately, for local baseball fans, she proved to be the stopper.
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