Archive for January, 2012
MOUNT VERNON — Today marks the end of a long and distinguished medical career as Dr. Richard Ogle hangs up his stethoscope after nearly 38 years in practice.
Wells that are used to dispose of oil field brine and other liquids not considered hazardous can be either new wells drilled for that purpose, or old oil and gas wells that no longer produce.
DANVILLE — The Loudonville Redbirds put a stranglehold on the Mid-Buckeye Conference lead.
MOUNT VERNON — The winds of change blew across the Knox Community Hospital campus Saturday afternoon as the hospital celebrated the groundbreaking of a new surgical unit.
Twelve times since March 2011, the earth has trembled in the Youngstown area, an area that has never been known for earthquake activity.
The biggest threat of a major earthquake in Ohio does not come from any quake zone or fault line in Ohio. It comes from the New Madrid fault in southeastern Missouri.
MOUNT VERNON — Changes will be coming to the Mid-Ohio Transit Authority service in Knox County beginning Tuesday.
MOUNT VERNON — When the economy fell into a deep recession, thousands and thousands of workers lost their jobs.
MOUNT VERNON — A home of one's own has been part of the American dream for as long as anyone can remember, and the Knox County chapter of Habitat for Humanity can help individuals and families make that dream a reality.
HOWARD — The East Knox girls basketball team was clicking on all cylinders Saturday.
CENTERBURG — The Centerburg Trojans have a solid grip on their second straight Mid-Buckeye Conference title.
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon Nazarene University's Schnormeier Gallery, located in historic downtown Mount Vernon's Buchwald Center, celebrated the talent and work of area high school students by featuring a special juried exhibit this month — The 2012 Knox County High School Art Exhibit.
MOUNT VERNON — A short delay has been encountered in the demolition of the old Bonded station at the intersection of Sandusky and Chestnut streets.
MOUNT VERNON — The 2012 budget for Knox County is one that simply maintains the status quo, with no dramatic cuts or increases.
MOUNT VERNON — Ohio Governor John Kasich signed Senate Bill 17 into law in 2011 which makes changes to Ohio's conceal-carry policy.
MOUNT VERNON — There may be traces of snow on the ground and a nip in the air, but avid gardeners, not to mention greenhouse operators, are already turning their thoughts toward what are called cool weather vegetables.
MOUNT VERNON — At the end of the first quarter of Friday's girls basketball game, the Mount Vernon high school gym was almost silent.
DANVILLE — Utica dialed up the defense Friday.
Is the contract dispute between Knox Community Hospital and Anthem causing you to change where you go for healthcare?Saturday, January 28th, 2012
MOUNT VERNON — Oil changes, health and beauty items, food, entertainment, clothing and more will all be up for auction Saturday in the 2012 Distinguished Young Women Radio Auction.