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October 2015
Oct 13: Fredericktown Finance Committee Meeting - 5 PM
Oct 14: East Knox School Board Meeting - 6 PM - HS Library
Oct 14: “The Mystery of Agatha Christie” Brown Bag Chat, 12 PM @ Pu
Oct 15: CHAUTAUQUA - Coretta Scott King
Oct 16-17: Hagans House of Horrors
Oct 17: BFEC Fall Harvest Festival
Oct 18-19: Fall Farm Event at Pheasantview Family Farm
Oct 19: Fredericktown Village Council Meeting - 7 PM
Oct 20: Centerburg Planning Commission/BZA Meeting - 7 PM
Oct 21: Centerburg Public Service Committee Meeting - 7 PM
Oct 23-24: Hagans House of Horrors
Oct 24-25: Fall Farm Event at Pheasantview Family Farm
Oct 26: Fredericktown Planning Committee Meeting - 5 PM
Oct 29: LYCEUM - Jim Bowsher and Stories through Historical Objects
Oct 29-31: Hagans House of Horrors
Oct 31: End of the Season for Velvet's Ye Olde Mill
Oct 31-Oct 31: Fall Farm Event at Pheasantview Family Farm
Oct 31-Oct 31: Mud Man Triple Trail Race Series
Nov 4: A Salute to Knox County's Military Veterans
Nov 5: CHAUTAUQUA - Ethel Merman
Nov 7: Winter Weeds
Nov 11: East Knox School Board Meeting - 6 PM - HS Library
Oct 12: Columbus Day
Oct 24: United Nations Day
Oct 31: Halloween
Nov 11: Veterans Day


October 03, 2015, 12:39:31 AM


October 01, 2015, 06:02:10 AM
National Homemade Cookies Day is an unofficial food holiday celebrated annually on October 1st.


October 01, 2015, 05:44:02 AM
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September 25, 2015, 11:07:36 PM
I "V" says to  all Muslim posters/Guest..

EID Mubrak

to the rest of you I"V" says long life and happiness.
October 03, 2015, 12:39:31 AM Imagine

Recent News Articles

Robbery at Creno's Pizza in Mount Vernon on 10/12/15
Creno's Pizza, located at 500 S Main St. was robbed at gunpoint around 9:30 tonight.
Fall Colors Slow to Peak on 10/12/15
This year's fall colors will be slow to peak due to a rainy early summer, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents 10/9 – 10/11 on 10/12/15
On October 9 at 12:49 am officers responded to a domestic violence incident on the 200 block of Cottage St. Tommy Keyes of Mount Vernon was arrested on charges of domestic violence, assault and possessing marijuana drug paraphernalia.  
Danville Police Department Reports and Incidents 10/2 - 1012 on 10/12/15
On October 12, the DPD responded to an alarm on the 10 block of East Main Street. 
The Mystery of Agatha Christie" to be Subject of Brown Bag Chat on 10/12/15
MOUNT VERNON - “The Mystery of Agatha Christie,” a PBS documentary film, will be featured at the first Brown Bag Chat of the fall season on Wednesday, October 14, noon, at the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, 201 N. Mulberry Street.
Ohio Schools Receive Threats on 10/12/15
The recent threat received at the North Fork School District was not an isolated or rare event, according to statistics.  There have been a number of other threats at Ohio schools.
Thefts from Vehicles on 10/12/15
Over the past week, ten thefts from vehicles were reported.  Seven occurred between Tuesday October 6th and Wednesday October 7th.
Fredericktown Police Department Reports and Incidents 10/3 – 10/9 on 10/10/15
On October 5, Dane E. Ferrenbaugh of Fredericktown was indicted on 2 counts of forgery and 2 counts of receiving stolen property.
Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents 10/6-10/8 on 10/09/15
On October 6 Stacie Kilpatrick of Mount Vernon was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
House Votes to End Crude Oil Export Ban on 10/09/15
Friday afternoon, the House of Representatives passed legislation to lift the ban on exporting crude oil. The bill, which had bipartisan support, repeals the 1975 law that established the ban. The energy industry in the United States has changed dramatically since 1975 and many states have seen an energy renaissance as new technologies are making it easier to produce previously unreachable sources of energy. 
Bonham Bond set at $1 Million on 10/09/15
At a video bond hearing today in Mount Vernon Municipal Court, bail for Travis Bonham was set at $1 million with no 10% provision.
Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents 10/7 on 10/08/15
On October 7 at 10:38 am officers responded to a disturbance on the first block of Plaza Dr.  Marcos Gouvouniotis, 59 of Newark, was arrested on charges of violating a temporary protection order. 
Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reports and Incidents 10/7 on 10/08/15
On October 7 at 5:42 pm deputies responded to a theft from vehicle on the first block of Columbus Rd.  in Mount Vernon.  Deputy Aaron Phillips was the reporting officer.
New Books at the Public Library - 10/8 on 10/08/15
General Mills Recalls Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheereos on 10/08/15
General Mills is voluntarily recalling several days of production of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios cereal produced at its Lodi, California facility on certain dates in July of this year because of an undeclared allergen – wheat – with potential adverse health effects.
Members of Ohio Delegation Send Letter to Department of Education Questioning Oversight of Ohio’s Charter Schools on 10/08/15
Amidst reports that certain charter schools in Ohio are misspending taxpayer dollars and falsifying data, members of the Ohio delegation, led by U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), called on the U.S. Department of Education (ED) to strengthen accountability and transparency for Ohio’s charter schools.
Bonham Charged with Murder on 10/08/15
Knox County Prosecutor Chip McConville announced today that Travis Bonham has been charged with two counts of murder for purposely killing his mother, Sandra Stelk, and his girlfriend, Jaime Linn Barber.
MVNU Freshman Enrollment Numbers Up on 10/08/15
Mount Vernon Nazarene University saw an increase in first-time freshmen for the 2015 Fall semester. Mel Severns, University Registrar at MVNU, said that MVNU achieved a strong enrollment.
Secretary Husted Calls for New Protections for Victims of Domestic Abuse & Human Trafficking on 10/08/15
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, joined by victims’ advocates and members of the Ohio House and Ohio Senate, today announced a legislative effort to establish an address confidentiality program in Ohio to provide stronger protections for the victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual battery and other violent crimes.
Changing Leaves Make the Perfect Backdrop for Any Outdoor Experience This Fall on 10/08/15
Dynamic yellows, purples and lime greens are beginning to create the perfect backdrop for outdoor experiences across the state, and the beautiful weather is providing a great introduction to this year’s fall color viewing season. Currently, leaves throughout the state are beginning to change, creating those first opportunities to enjoy this year’s autumn makeover.

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Mount Vernon Detective Charged with Extortion & Drug Trafficking Crimes belushi Today at 03:01:38 AM
Creno's Robbed Katie_S Today at 03:01:28 AM
Knox County Alerts Imagine Today at 01:30:51 AM
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