As people gather today to honor the men and women who have answered the call to serve in our armed forces, thoughts are also turning to those individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend our freedoms.
The importance of reducing the stigma of mental illness, increasing awareness and saying something was the focus Thursday during the 68th anniversary celebration of the Knox/Licking National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Samuel “Sam” Johnson and his proud family were all very happy and excited Monday when he was awarded his high school diploma in a short ceremony at the Knox Technical Center.
Fourteen young ladies, representing Clear Fork, Mount Vernon, East Knox, Centerburg, West Holmes and Licking Heights, took part in the Dream It, Be It event on Saturday.
Many families and friends gathered at Knox Technical Center on Friday to applaud the accomplishments of five students in the adult cosmetology program and to celebrate their graduation from the 14-month program.