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Flu cases increase in Knox County

The Knox County Health Department reports confirmed cases of influenza have increased in Knox County during the past month with 10 hospitalizations since the beginning of the year.

comments | News | February 9, 2019, 1:24 am |

 

 


Erick Starkey/News Highland’s Mack Anglin, center, jumps along the baseline past East Knox’s Weston Melick (10) to put up a reverse layup. Anglin notched 22 points in the Scots win Friday.

Scots down ‘Dogs, clinch KMAC crown

The Highland Scots ran away from the East Knox Bulldogs in the second half to cruise to a 56-29 win in Howard and the win gave the Scots the Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference title outright.

comments | Sports | February 9, 2019, 1:06 am |

 

 


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Chautauqua welcomes WWII code breaker

The 2014 movie “The Imitation Game” introduced to many the English mathematician, Alan Turing, who played a pivotal role in cracking intercepted coded messages that enabled the Allies to defeat the Nazis in many crucial engagements and, in so doing, helped win the war.

comments | Events | February 9, 2019, 1:00 am |

 

 


Larry Di Giovanni/News This photo of a cold, rain-soaked Middle Path taken Wednesday at Kenyon College is similar but not nearly as cold as a polar vortex that clutched the area on Jan. 29. Those leaving a Gund Gallery event on that date said “ice rink” like conditions on Middle Path were dangerous and made more so by minimal lighting. Some students have called upon Middle Path to be paved for public safety reasons.

Famous evolution researcher to speak at Kenyon

In observation of Darwin’s 210th birthday, the Kenyon College Biology Department will host Richard Lenski, John Hannah Distinguished Professor of Microbial Ecology at Michigan State University and member of the National Academy of Sciences.

comments | Events | February 9, 2019, 12:55 am |

 

 


Joshua Morrison/News A two-car collision took place Thursday morning at the intersection of Fairmont Avenue and Adamson Street. Tasia Susi, 20, Johnstown, was traveling south on Fairmont Avenue when she struck Richard Fairchild, 74, Mount Vernon. Fairchild slid off the side of the road and struck a tree stump, causing his vehicle to vault into a yard of an Adamson Street home. Susi was cited for a stop sign violation. Fairchild was evaluated at the scene by medics and didn’t require transport to the hospital.

Near miss

A two-car collision took place Thursday morning at the intersection of Fairmont Avenue and Adamson Street.

comments | Photography | February 8, 2019, 8:15 pm |