The Centerburg Lions Club did its part to “secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity” Friday afternoon, as they celebrated Liberty Day with sixth-graders at Centerburg Middle School.
Mount Vernon High School is doing its best to bring generations closer together as it held its Spring senior citizen luncheon on Wednesday afternoon, which was attended by 270 local senior citizens.
Recent policy updates and reforms with the current agricultural use valuation system (CAUV) could have a significant impact to farmers in Knox County.
East Elementary school started a wild rumpus Tuesday evening, when it held its Spring program for Kindergarten through second grades, based off of the classic tale “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak.
The future voters and leaders of Knox County got a lesson in state government procedure Monday from an expert inside source — 68th District Representative Rick Carfagna.
The 2018 Battle of the Books competition is in full swing this week as the preliminary competition rounds took place simultaneously at St. Vincent de Paul and Twin Oak Elementary schools Tuesday evening.
Two Mount Vernon High School students are regional History Day winners, following their presentations at the regional History Day contest at Ohio Wesleyan University on March 10.
All of the latest Spring fashion trends were on display Saturday as The Soroptimist International of Mount Vernon and Knox County hosted its 25th annual Style Show and luncheon on April 7 at Gund Commons in Gambier.