MOUNT VERNON -- Robert "Kit"Morgan started his career in law enforcement in the jail division of the Knox County Sheriff's Office and has served the citizens of Mount Vernon since 1999.
MOUNT VERNON -- Tornado sirens across Knox County were sounding their warning signals Wednesday evening as strong thunderstorms carrying the possibility of tornados rolled through the county.
DANVILLE -- Threatening weather on Wednesday didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the contestants in the 2013 Little Miss Turkey and Little Mr. Turkey contest. Storms held off just long enough for the judges to determine a winner.
MOUNT VERNON -- A total of 30 students received their General Education Development degree Wednesday evening when the 2013 Adult Basic and Literacy Education graduation ceremony was conducted at the Knox County Career Center's Adult Education Center.
MOUNT VERNON -- Three Mount Vernon Middle School teachers -- Bryan Donaldson, Wes Elifritz and Kristin Payne -- have officially attained Master Teacher status.
MOUNT VERNON -- A former Knox Area Transit employee will receive almost $4,000, before taxes, as the result of a settlement agreement with the KAT board of directors.
On May 29, 1863, Gen. Ambrose Burnside, who had caught President Lincoln by surprise with his arrest and trial of Clement Vallandigham, offered to resign as commander of the Department of Ohio. Lincoln refused the offer.
MOUNT VERNON -- Described as a quiet and kind individual, Ammon Hershberger lets his actions speak louder than his words when he is on the racetrack with his beloved horses.
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