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Construction crews remove the sign from the former Farley and Moore Antiques, 104 S. Main St, Mount Vernon. A new banner was hung, announcing the opening of the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Engineering Building in the fall of 2018.

Sign of the times

The transformation of the former Farley and Moore Antiques shop on South Main Street has begun. The building will house the engineering department for the Mount Vernon Nazarene University as well as Knox Labs.

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November 15, 2017

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Bethany Flanagan/News Equipment failure at an AEP substation near Howard and South McKenzie streets caused loss of power to about 2,100 AEP Ohio customers at about 2 p.m. Friday. According to a spokesperson, the equipment malfunction resulted in a downed live wire. The substation had to be de-energized for the problem to be corrected. During the restoration process, another issue was discovered, leaving about 1,000 customers on the city’s east end without power. As of press time, all power had been restored to city AEP Ohio customers.

Power outage

Equipment failure at an AEP substation near Howard and South McKenzie streets caused loss of power to about 2,100 AEP Ohio customers at about 2 p.m. Friday.

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November 11, 2017

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Joshua Morrison/News On Tuesday night before election results were announced, a $846 check was presented to Denise Conway, left of Knox Substance Abuse Action Team from Knox County Republican Party members Brittany Whitney, center, and Matt Starr. The money was raised at a picnic during the summer. The funds are going to the purchase of a mobile trailer for KSAAT’s “In Plain Sight” program.

In Plain Sight donation

On Tuesday night before election results were announced, a $846 check was presented to Denise Conway, left of Knox Substance Abuse Action Team from Knox County Republican Party members Brittany Whitney, center, and Matt Starr.

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November 10, 2017

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