David “Wonderful” McDonald, 78, of Mount Vernon, passed away Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019, at his residence.
Knox County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to pay between $28,000 and $40,000 for materials tied to a new, six-inch water line that will serve a planned Knox County 4-H Activity Center.
In a game that looked like it was all but over after Highland scored the first 16 points of the night, Fredericktown rallied to take a lead into the fourth, before Andrew Wheeler had 14 in the period to close the door and give the Scots a 56-54 win over the Freddies.
During his presentation Monday of just over one hour in Kenyon College’s Gund Gallery Community Foundation Theater, long-time Columbus Dispatch reporter, editor and chief operating officer Mike Curtin discussed what has caused so much distrust of the American media.
Southside Diner is excited to publicize the successful transfer of ownership from its founders Roger McCoy and Myron Coblentz to longtime general manager Paul Neighbarger and his wife, Beth.
The son of the owner of a Mount Vernon house that was used for drug activity was given an extension on a nuisance abatement order in a status conference hearing in Mount Vernon Common Pleas Court Monday.
The Knox County Historical Society presented its 2018 Annual Report to the Knox County Commissioners Thursday inside the museum on 875 Harcourt Road, its director making a case for the historical value of the services it provides.