Joshua Morrison/News McGuffey Lane performs to a large crowd Friday night that packed the Schnormeier Event Center and filled the surrounding lawn at Ariel-Foundation Park. The concert is part of the park conservancy’s summer concert series.

Rockin’ the park

McGuffey Lane performs to a large crowd Friday night that packed the Schnormeier Event Center and filled the surrounding lawn at Ariel-Foundation Park.

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Joshua Morrison/News On Friday, a ribbon cutting was held at Landoll’s Mohican Castle, Loudonville to unveil a $1 million addition to the lodging facility. The Stables has 14 suites for travelers looking to spend time in the Mohican area. Pictured are, from left, Jim Landoll, Jimmy Landoll, Marta Landoll and Lt. Governor Mary Taylor.

Castle’s Stables open

On Friday, a ribbon cutting was held at Landoll’s Mohican Castle, Loudonville to unveil a $1 million addition to the lodging facility.

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Dorothy La Verne Koelbl

Dorothy La Verne Koelbl, 88, of Henderson, Kentucky, died Monday, July 9, 2018, at St. Anthony’s Hospice Lucy Smith King Care Center in Henderson, Kentucky, from complications of COPD.

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Joshua Morrison/News Lee Dugas, owner of Veterans Home Care, 1590 Coshocton Avenue Suite B, Mount Vernon, cuts the ribbon opening his business on Friday. The Knox County Chamber of Commerce held a small ceremony for the private home service agency for veterans.

Serving veterans

Lee Dugas, owner of Veterans Home Care, 1590 Coshocton Avenue Suite B, Mount Vernon, cuts the ribbon opening his business on Friday.

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Erick Starkey/News Mount Vernon Mayhem 14U’s Zhoe Joyner gets the call from the dugout Friday during the Mayhem’s opening game against the Westerville Warhogs, a 10-4 win.

Dixie Days survives rain

The annual Dixie Days softball tournament in Mount Vernon kicked off Friday, despite the on-and-off rain showers, with pool play action. The tournament has 34 teams across four different divisions.

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Survey work needed to annex park

It will probably be the end of August or the beginning of September before the firm of EMH&T completes the survey of the new portions of Ariel-Foundation Park so it can be annexed by the city.

comments | Top Story | July 21, 2018, 8:15 am |