The Gambier Village Council appointed a new councilor Monday to fill a vacancy left in December, and elected a new council president by secret ballot the old-school way — passing around a hat with six votes split evenly for two candidates.
Although a fire damage estimate has not been determined at Kenyon College’s president’s house, Cromwell Cottage, the insurance company might finish their assessment by next week, the college has confirmed.
Knox County Commissioners praised county Administrator Jason Booth for being part of the inaugural class of county administrators to take part in the High Performance Leadership Academy, offered through the National Association of Counties (NACo).
The co-owner of Smithhisler Meats Inc. on Columbus Road for nearly 29 years, Wayne Zollars, has been selected as Monroe Township’s newest trustee and will officially be sworn in during the trustees’ next regular meeting Monday.
Central Ohio Technical College welcomed its first new president in 15 years on Jan. 1 as John M. Berry, Ph.D., assumed leadership of the two-year college. Berry succeeded longtime COTC President Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D., who retired on Dec. 31.
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