Prior to accepting the position of college president in the mid-2000s, Central Ohio Technical College President Dr. Bonnie Coe had never imagined she would receive the chance to preside over an entire college.
Six days a week, no matter the weather conditions, more than 25 route drivers canvas different cities and rural locations in the Knox County area to deliver Mount Vernon News to readers.
Ten officers, and one K-9 officer, and volunteers from the Byron Saunders Foundation loaded up cruisers with dozens of paper grocery bags filled to the brim with canned goods, potatoes and a certificate to receive a frozen turkey from Baker’s IGA or Hometown Market in Centerburg.
Monday through Saturday, from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., drivers employed by Knox Area Transit, 25 Columbus Road, provide a valuable service for community members with disabilities, college students and individuals who don’t own a vehicle, by transporting customers to locations all around the county in their iconic white shuttle buses.
Autumn is Scott and Chris Fields’ favorite season. And it’s no wonder why they love the fall so much, once you visit their Annual Fall Farm Events, held every weekend in October at Pheasantview Family Farm LLC, 2510 Township Road 192, Fredericktown.