Submitted photo Knox County Career Center Collision Repair Students Katelyn Lawhorn, back, and Sebastian King, front, pose while working on the custom cut and fabricated 1968 Pontiac GTO Tailgate Trailer, which was completely rebuilt by KCCC Collision Repair students and instructor Tim Hall. The Car-B-Q trailer is up for Auction for Food for the Hungry Dec. 8 at 1:06 p.m. at the Memorial Building and Theater in Mount Vernon.

KCCC students give back with Tailgate Trailer

Knox County Career Center Collision Repair Lab students are learning a valuable lesson in using their skills to support their community, as they are auctioning off a completely custom built 1968 Pontiac GTO tailgate trailer for Food for the Hungry Dec. 8 at the Memorial Building and Theater in Mount Vernon.

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Larry Di Giovanni/News Gambier Craft Sale co-coordinator Mistie Wray, left, and craft sale co-founder Jo Rice, right, show the Certificates of Appreciation given Sunday to Rice and her fellow co-founder, Joyce Klein, who was absent due to illness. Wray also created a posterboard congratulating Klein for 50 years of craft fair coordination.

Gambier celebrates 50 years of crafts

With hand-crafted items selling well for the special occasion it was — like flying pink pig toys, giraffes fashioned from gourds, and natural remedies for aches such as rheumatoid arthritis — the Gambier Craft Sale celebrated a milestone Sunday.

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Erick Starkey/News Mount Vernon’s Wyatt Gregory, top, looks to better his position after getting a takedown against Northridge’s Chad Bailey during the round robin portion of the Bad Apple Brawl Saturday. Gregory took home the 145-pound title.

Jackets win 25th Bad Apple Brawl

The Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets wrestling team won its first tournament since the Ohio Cardinal Conference tournament in the 2014-15 season, powered by four individual champions.

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Dean H. Gerhart

Dean H. Gerhart, 61, of Fredericktown passed away unexpectedly Friday morning, Nov. 30, 2018, at Knox Community Hospital.

comments | Obituary | December 3, 2018, 4:00 pm |