Three weeks ago, Mount Vernon City Schools set an aspirational goal to “Go Green” to start the 2020/2021 school year. In the green learning mode, students would be in session five days a week with modifications and safety precautions. Over the past three weeks, the Restart committees have been working diligently to address the many challenges associated with having all students return to school five days a week.
New Directions, the Domestic Abuse Shelter and Rape Crisis Center of Knox County is seeking part-time night and/or weekend staff to work with clients in our shelter. The successful candidate will interact with residents, provide support, and ensure safety of residents while in shelter.… Read full story
Knox Community Hospital proudly stands with the health system leaders, nurses and providers during this crisis and urge you to #MaskUp. Please take a moment to watch the video below and join us in fighting COVID-19 by sharing this post with family and friends.… Read full story
Warrants were issued this week by the Mount Vernon Municipal Court for the arrest of the following individuals. If you have any pertinent information about someone on the list, please contact law enforcement. Thank you. #WeeklyWarrants
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Responsible for preparing each order by following standardized recipes. Ensure that proper food handling and sanitation procedures are being followed. Prepares visually appealing and great tasting home-style dishes and ensures that all items are completed in a timely manner and delivered hot and fresh to the servers.
On Monday, July 27th the Knox County Grand Jury indicted Logan Weaver, 25, homeless for aggravated burglary of an acquaintance’s house. Weaver allegedly forced his way into the victim’s apartment by breaking down the door July 17. He then took energy drinks and bottled water from the victim’s fridge uninvited, according to Knox County Prosecutor, Chip McConville.… Read full story
Knox County residents may have seen the billboard near the viaduct in downtown Mount Vernon honoring Sam Barone’s recent retirement as executive director of the Knox County Foundation. Thank you to Park National Bank for allowing us to honor Sam in this way.
Livestock Owners Encouraged to Examine Livestock Regularly and Report Suspected Findings
REYNOLDSBURG, OH (July 31, 2020) –Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) today announced the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory in Ames, Iowa, has confirmed that an exotic tick, known as the Asian longhorned tick, has been found in Gallia County.… Read full story