Monthly Archives:: November 2009
MOUNT VERNON — Children and those who are kids at heart lined West Gambier and South Main streets Saturday to help usher in the Christmas season with the annual Christmas Parade with grand marshal John Ellis at the helm.
MOUNT VERNON — A beautiful day greeted visitors and shop owners Sunday for the 2009 Christmas Walk in downtown Mount Vernon.
MOUNT VERNON — A young girl was injured during the Mount Vernon Christmas Parade on Saturday when a horse fell on top of her.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon residents who have lost their homes to foreclosure could continue to face water bills from the city if measures aren’t taken.
GAMBIER — A barn fire at 21495 Zion Road near Killduff Road, which destroyed a 24-by-42 foot barn Friday night, remains under investigation, according to the Division of State Fire Marshal.
MOUNT VERNON — Even though it was snowing outside Friday, Mount Vernon officials are thinking spring.
DANVILLE — A good defense will help a basketball team cover up a lot of issues.
FREDERICKTOWN — The new-look Fredericktown Freddies, led by freshman post player Hope Huvler (13 points, seven rebounds), pulled away in the second half to defeat visiting Mount Gilead, 50-41, to open the 2009-10 girls basketball season.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon High School golfers T.T. Crouch and Charlie Phillips provided the Yellow Jackets a solid 1-2 punch this season, and it is hard to distinguish which one is better than the other.