Monthly Archives:: May 2011
Driver Lois Latimer, 54, Centerburg, escaped with minor injuries when her car, on the left, left U.S. 36 east of Bangs, Thursday at 3:40 p.m.
MOUNT VERNON — Overcoming obstacles, battling low self-esteem and putting the aftermath of bad choices behind them, students at the Knox County Alternative Center celebrated their achievements and were honored by staff members, family, friends and community partners Thursday at the annual awards ceremony.
The new bridge over Banning Road at the intersection of Lover's Lane has been opened.
MOUNT VERNON — From headline news pictures to seasonal images to athletes in action, Mount Vernon News readers can now purchase photos taken by Mount Vernon News staff photographers and reporters through the Photo Store on the News' website.
The driver of this pickup, Sherril Dice, 45, Mount Vernon, failed to make the turn from North Mulberry Street onto West High Street today at 7 a.m.
After crossing three yards and two streets, this Nissan Pathfinder wound up hitting the north porch of a home at 121 Mansfield Road Thursday morning.
DAYTON — It was a day the East Knox boys track team would like to forget.
MOUNT VERNON — The decision to extend the license suspension of Chen's Buffet was handed down by the Knox County Board of Health when it met in regular session Wednesday evening.
Lisa Tuberville, left, an 11th-grader at the Alternative Center, earned the special "paws award" for the design a T-shirt contest for the Knox County Humane Society.
Heavy rainfall overnight left areas east of Ankenytown flooded early today.
Edward Hostetler of Killbuck, was cited with assured clear distance ahead after his Dodge Ram pickup ran into a vehicle driven by Brittany Foster of Danville on Wednesday morning.
MOUNT VERNON — A recent outbreak of the Equine Herpes Virus-1 has spread concern among horse owners across the country, particularly in the western states.
MOUNT VERNON — Nate Overholt was named environmental health director for the Knox County Commissioners, effective May 30, during Wedensday's Knox County Board of Health meeting.
PICKERINGTON — One Mount Vernon athlete saved her best for last. Another will give it another try next year.
MOUNT VERNON — Representatives of Frisch's closed on the purchase of a Coshocton Avenue property, just east of Bob Evans Restaurant last week, according to Karen Maier, vice president of marketing for Frisch's.
The Heritage Centre Association of Mount Vernon is brightening up the downtown flower beds along the sidewalks with fresh flowers.
Students who are good citizens at Danville Elementary School are rewarded with programs each month.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon Nazarene University's Board of Trustees, after its recent May meeting, announced that the new building next to the Buchwald Center will be named Hunter Hall.
MOUNT VERNON — Forty-one-year-old Glen Willey died from a head trauma that caused bleeding to the lining of the brain, Knox County Coroner Dr. Jennifer Ogle, told the News.