News
Callan Pugh/News Wayne Campbell, the president and founder of Tyler’s Light, an organization named after Campbell’s son who died of an accidental drug overdose, addresses area students at Thursday’s Youth Leadership Day.

County youths learn leadership skills

Around 130 local youths in grades 9-12 from all Knox County schools, including the Knox County Career Center joined together Thursday to discuss a wide range of topics including leadership, mental health issues and how to respond when peers are struggling, and drug use and addiction.

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Column
Joshua Morrison/News

Season’s tailing off

It may be time to store my tackle for the season and winterize my boat, but I’m hoping there will be a day or two left of good weather that coincides with a day I get the boat out one last time.

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Sports
Bill Davis/News Mount Vernon girls cross-country runners begin their run at the Mount Vernon Kiwanis John Fair Invitational at Kenyon College on Saturday.

OHSAA postpones state cross country

The Ohio High School Athletic Association has postponed Saturday’s state cross country tournament and is moving the championships to Saturday, Nov. 10, due to flooding conditions on the course at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Executive Director Jerry Snodgrass has announced.

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