The 2019 KSAAT Knox Addiction Conference at Mount Vernon Nazarene University concluded its second and final day Wednesday with a series of addiction-related seminars, including the Recovery Housing as a Foundation of Recovery event, moderated by Amy Smart of the Riverside Recovery House.
The Knox Substance Abuse Action Team (KSAAT) started its two-day conference Tuesday at Mount Vernon Nazarene University and one of the panel discussions on the first day was about Alternative Rehabilitation Making Offenders Responsible (ARMOR) Court, which is Knox County Common Pleas Court’s drug court.
First responders from all over the county gathered in Fredericktown for the annual National Night Out event that took up much of the village’s square Tuesday night.
The hiring of two daytime firefighters at the Fredericktown Community Fire District has proven to be a valuable addition to the emergency services in the county, according to Fire Chief Scott Mast.
A Fredericktown man was sentenced to almost three years in prison in the Knox County Court of Common Pleas after three of his cases were completed on the same day.
The last two nights of the Knox County Fair feature some of the bigger grandstand events. On Friday, it was a full-scale rodeo, complete with multiple events like steer wrestling and calf roping along with horse and bull riding.
A Mount Vernon man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday on two counts of drug trafficking after he was found guilty in a two-day jury trial that concluded on July 10.