Knox County dispatch center prepped for future

The new Knox County 911 consolidated dispatch center had its first semi-public exposure Monday afternoon, as local public officials, law enforcement, fire and EMS personnel had a chance to see the new center in operation.

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ODOT returns $600K to city

The city will receive about $600,000 back from its share of the U.S. 36 (Coshocton Road) improvement project, Safety-Service Director Dave Glass reported Friday.

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Outbreak raising alarm around world

Kenyon students and others who attended a panel discussion Thursday afternoon about the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa came away with a little more appreciation for the difficulties health workers face in containing the outbreak.

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New stop signs raise concerns

Four-way stop signs have appeared at the intersection of the private drive that serves three businesses off Coshocton Avenue with the entrances to Aldi and Panera Bread.

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