A luncheon for the participants of the Distinguished Young Women program was hosted at the Grand Hotel at noon on Wednesday by Soroptimist of Mount Vernon and Knox County.
A father-daughter dance on Saturday resulted in more than fundraising for the Ohio Scarlett and Gray Softball team, it raised awareness of the changing face of “family” in America.
The Knox County Humane Society announced the opening of a low-cost vaccination and wellness clinic during an open meeting Thursday night that included several local veterinarians.
There will be special guests at the Father-Daughter Dance on Saturday at the Mount Vernon Developmental Center, hosted by the Ohio Scarlet and Gray softball team.
Author and journalist Wil Haygood, with the charisma of a masterful storyteller, told the audience at Kenyon’s Brandi Hall on Monday the narratives behind the narratives of his book, “The Butler: A Witness to History,” and his biography about Thurgood Marshall called, “Showdown.”
Walking into the Hometown Market store in Centerburg, nothing seems out of place to the customer meandering down the aisles and preoccupied with their grocery list. However, when they look up, there, perhaps, is a puzzled look on their face.
A Nashville Police Department officer with connections to Mount Vernon died earlier this month while trying to talk to a woman contemplating suicide.
On Saturdays from 12-12:30 p.m, the Public Square looks a little more colorful than usual with protesters wielding handmade signs accompanied by chorus of concerned voices and faces to pique the interest of passers-by.
The transition from military life to civilian life can be difficult for many veterans, especially those profoundly affected by their experiences. For many, the physical struggles may be over, but mental and emotional battles have just begun.
On Saturday, hunting, outdoor, and nature conservation enthusiasts came together for the annual Knox County Pheasants Forever banquet to test their luck on raffle games, raise the stakes by bidding in silent and live auctions, and have a good time knowing that all the funds from the auction will be staying in Knox County for Pheasants Forever activities and events.
The ribbon cutting ceremony and open house at noon Friday on 110 E. Gambier St. officially opened the doors to the new location of the New Directions administrative building to the community.