Flood warning issued

Doppler radar indicated heavy rain and thunderstorms over
southeastern Knox County and most of eastern Holmes County that will cause flooding.

comments | Weather | June 18, 2017, 11:24 pm |

 

 


Geoff Cowles/News Bellville resident Raelyn Todd, 12, rides her horse around her yard. Todd is heading to the Junior High National Rodeo in Lebanon, Tennessee, which runs next week.

Rodeo rider heading for Nationals

Raelyn Todd is no ordinary 12-year-old. The bright and articulate Bellville resident is a Mansfield Christian Middle School honor student. One would not neccessrily guess that she is a rodeo rider.

comments | Sports | June 17, 2017, 11:00 am |

 

 


Joshua Morrison/News Karissa Whisner holds Maci

Maci touches hearts all over world

On April 15, 2016, a little warrior named Maci was born into the Whisner family — Josh, Karissa and their then 1 1/2-year-old son, Jake. Within the past 14 months, the family has battled through many life-and-death situations in order to keep her safe and healthy, but it was Maci who, despite her diagnoses of several fatal congenital heart defects, not only has survived, but has inspired countless families around the world

comments | Top Story | June 17, 2017, 8:00 am |

 

 


Virgil Shipley/News DeCosky GM recently donated this check for $500 and various pieces of baseball equipment, including batting tees, catchers gear, pitching screens, shirts and practice balls, to the Mount Vernon Baseball Association. Pictured at the presentation are, seated top from left, Camden Firebaugh and Zac Clow; and bottom row, MVBA Board Chairman Ron Clow, Mack Hanna, Rylan Firebaugh and DeCosky Sales Manager Michael DeCosky.

DeCosky donates to MVBA

DeCosky GM recently donated this check for $500 and various pieces of baseball equipment, including batting tees, catchers gear, pitching screens, shirts and practice balls, to the Mount Vernon Baseball Association.

comments | Photo | June 17, 2017, 7:15 am |

 

 


Chuck Martin/News Members of the Packing Department at Siemens spent the afternoon Friday staining the stairs and bridges at Honey Run Waterfall Park. Josh Lukasak, left, William Thomas, center, and Christy Williamson finish staining the deck of the bridge just below the falls at the park. Twelve employees participated in the community service project.

Making the bridges nicer

Members of the Packing Department at Siemens spent the afternoon Friday staining the stairs and bridges at Honey Run Waterfall Park.

comments | Photo | June 17, 2017, 6:51 am |