he accomplishments of some of the best Centerburg athletes were acknowledged during the monthly board of education meeting Monday evening.
“Let Brotherly Love Continue” is the theme of the Spaghetti benefit supper which Lonnie Richardson’s neighbors in the Bladensburg area, together with the Bladensburg Church of Christ and the Bladensburg Church of God, are hosting to help Richardson with his medical expenses due to an accident on Easter Sunday.
The Ohio Storm 8U softball team gave up only seven runs over six games to win the United States Specialty Sports Association Schools Shoot Out in Pickerington this past weekend.
As Ohio continues to see increases in overdose deaths — about 14 people a day die in the state, employers are being encouraged to take a proactive approach with employees in an effort toward recovery rather than termination.
In an otherwise standard board of education meeting Monday evening, the Mount Vernon City Schools board heard from MVHS art teacher Deanna Badger and community members regarding a need for an additional full-time art teacher.
While local students just ended the school year and are on summer vacation, the Knox County Health Department is gearing up for next school year with a series of clinics offering immunizations required to attend the next school year.
Created to honor Dr. Seuss and address concerns regarding sustainability, Ohio illustrator Stacy Fabbre joined author Melissa Rooney to create “The Fate of the Frog.”