Come and see Grandpa’s tractors at the Howard Tractor Show, located at 11910 Schenck Creek Road in Howard.
Presented by Jacki Mann RN, Founder of In the Circle of Life, a local nonprofit, this end-of-life education & awareness program will resume with its 2019-2020 series on Tuesday, Aug. 20, at 6:30 p.m. and continues through May 2020.
Local organizers are pleased to announce that the annual Go Pink for a Cure event raised $27,000 for patients who receive treatment with Breast Health Services at Knox Community Hospital. Now in its 21st year, the event is more successful than ever.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol, in conjunction with the Mount Vernon Police Department and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office, announced today that OVI checkpoints will be held from 8pm to 1am tonight on SR13/South Main Street and US36/Coshocton Avenue, in Knox County.
Officials from the city of Mount Vernon, Knox County and DKMM — the Delaware, Knox, Marion, Morrow Solid Waste District — offered their views recently on recycling issues within the county and city, including what can be done to make overall recycling services better.
Unless extended, Saturday is the deadline for village of Gambier residents and other interested parties to fill out an online survey related to Gambier’s forthcoming strategic plan, which will outline the village’s priorities moving forwarded once completed.
Centerburg students, from left, Logan Geiger, Hailey Geiger, Gauge Stepp, John Geiger and Dylan Stepp cross Ewing Street on their way to the Middle/High School for the first day of classes.