The Mount Gilead Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is seeking information in a Wednesday fatal hit/skip crash.
Rhonda Sue (Price) Woosley, 63, of Gambier, passed away Saturday afternoon, Jan. 19, 2019, at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, following a brief illness.
Tough defense that led to early offense in the first half gave visiting Clear Fork a 46-31 lead at the break over the Fredericktown Freddies and the Colts went on to win 81-62.
Two energy companies are in a competition to supply the Knox County Water and Wastewater Department with its electrical energy, with county commissioners informed that the real winner will be the county — on future energy savings.
Karen Jane Banbury, 74, of Giffin Road, Glenmont, died Saturday evening, Jan. 19, 2019, in Country Court Nursing Center, Mount Vernon following an extended illness.
The Fredericktown Village Council met on a cold night Monday and addressed a variety of community topics, including a lengthy discussion with a group of residents from the East Moundvale neighborhood.
The brave women who laid much of the groundwork for the civil rights movement in America, before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s march on Washington in 1963 and his famous “I Have A Dream” speech, were remembered Monday inside Kenyon College’s Peirce Hall.
Both the Centerburg Trojans girls and boys bowling teams snagged team wins over the East Knox Bulldogs Monday at Colonial City Lanes in Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference action.