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Stolen property leads to charges

Monday’s Knox County grand jury indicted several individuals on stolen property-related cases, spanning from October of last year to May of this year.

News | June 3, 2020, 11:00 pm |



Cody Strawser/News Karleen, Porsha and Danny Wilhelm proudly stand behind the counter of their ’50s themed ice cream shop, Dog-N-Shakes, which will be opening in Danville on Friday next to Memorial Park.

Danville shop brings back the ’50s

Danny and Karleen Wilhelm are the owners of Masterpiece Classic Cars Legacy in Danville. They are also the proud owners of a new business, an ice cream shop named Dog-N-Shakes, that will be open in Danville this Friday.

News | June 3, 2020, 8:00 pm |



Larry Di Giovanni/News Trisha Moreland and Brenda Ferenbaugh, both Brinkhaven Village councilmembers who also belong on the playground committee, stand amid outdated playground equipment at the site of the old schoolhouse. All-new playground equipment is scheduled to be installed later this summer.

Playgrounds mean a lot in Brinkhaven

This little village about four miles east of Danville has gone by several names going back more than a century — Nonpareil, Mount Holly, Gann, and then Brinkhaven, said lifelong resident Brenda Ferenbaugh. But one thing has remained consistent, and that is how much a playground can mean to a community.

News | June 3, 2020, 7:45 pm |



Mary Wiens

“So I’ll cherish the old rugged cross…till my trophies at last I lay down; I will cling to the old rugged cross…and exchange it someday for a crown.” The heavens opened and the angels rejoiced on Friday, May 22, 2020, when God’s faithful servant Mary G.S. Wiens, 87, passed away peacefully in Medina.

Obituary | June 3, 2020, 4:00 pm |



Submitted photo Master Sgt. David Royer, right, with his fiancee, Haley. The Mount Vernon native stopped an active shooter incident in Kansas last Wednesday by ramming his car into the gunman.

Royer hailed as a hero after quick actions

Mount Vernon native David Royer, a master sergeant assigned to the US Army base Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, is being hailed as a hero for stopping an active shooter on the Centennial Bridge in Kansas last Wednesday.

News | June 3, 2020, 11:19 am |



Joshua Morrison/News Odi, the last Pittie Paw Rescue dogs, is ready to head to his new home with Eileen Otworth, left, as Knox County Animal Shelter’s Brook Brown looks on Monday. Otworth runs Doggie Detour, an Upper Sandusky non-profit dog rescue.

Last Pittie Paw Rescue dog placed

It took 1 year, 8 months and 13 days, but the last of 67 Pittie Paw Rescue dogs housed at the Knox County Animal Shelter found a home Monday — even if it is a temporary one before he finds his new forever home.

Top Story | June 3, 2020, 11:10 am |