Riders of “Fireball” hang upside at the Knox County Fair on Sunday afternoon. “Fireball” is one of new rides this year, as the Fair went with another ride company, Bates Brothers Amusement Company out of Wintersville, Ohio.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to a single car crash on Rhinehart Road Friday evening. No serious injuries were reported and airbags did deploy. The crash did knock power out to those in the immediate vicinity for a few hours.
College Township assistant chief Ashley Thompson, left, and Chief Bill Smith are helping with an attic inspection as smoke rises out of a burn barrel and melted rubber tires on Monday afternoon in Danville.
As one show technician put it before Wednesday evening’s “Wizard of Oz” musical production comparing the old sound system in the Memorial Building Theater to the new system “is kind of like going from a bicycle to the space shuttle.”
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date and place of birth. If either parent is under the age of 18, the signature
of a parent or guardian is necessary for each of the baby’s underage parents.
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