MOUNT VERNON -- The first of many award ceremonies for the current academic year at Mount Vernon High School took place Thursday evening at the high school cafeteria when the Kiwanis Club of Mount Vernon conducted their 51st annual scholastic recognition program.
MOUNT VERNON -- After almost two years, the bench purchased by the Daughters of the American Revolution will take its intended place at Chester-Shock Park at Division Street and Coshocton Avenue.
MOUNT VERNON -- Local students are currently "Having a ball"with fitness. Leg lifts, arm raises, swim strokes, arm punches and shoulder stretches -- these and many other exercises are currently part of a health and fitness routine for local fourth graders taking part in the Crunch Out Obesity program.
MOUNT VERNON -- With the implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act fast approaching, employers are wondering what it will mean to them. Will they have to make big changes? Will costs rise?
MOUNT VERNON -- The Civil Service Commission of Mount Vernon met Thursday in City Hall Council Chambers and discussed the possibility of conducting random drug testing for all civil service positions as well as pre-employment physical exams.
MOUNT VERNON -- Records management, reporting of human resources discipline and building security were the topics discussed Thursday morning when the Knox County elected officials met for their monthly meeting at the Knox County Service Center.
In the May 9, 1863, Democratic Banner, while Lecky Harper simultaneously crowed about the success of his great Democratic rally and attacked the arrest of Clement Vallandigham, he also published news dispatches from Chancellorsville.
MOUNT VERNON -- For the host Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets tennis team, it was a day to make double-trouble for division-leading Olentangy High School.
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