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Recent News Articles

DNA repair factor linked to breast cancer may also play a role in Alzheimer’s disease on 11/30/15
Mutant forms of breast cancer factor 1 (BRCA1) are associated with breast and ovarian cancers but according to new findings, in the brain the normal BRCA1 gene product may also be linked to Alzheimer’s disease. The results, published in Nature Communications, suggest that low levels of BRCA1 protein in the brain may contribute to dementia. The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Fredericktown Police Reports and Incidents 11/21 - 11/27 on 11/29/15's Random Acts of Christmas Challenge on 11/27/15 has created the following calendar as a challenge to our readers. Each day of December will ask you to commit a small act of kindness toward other people.
Multiple Vehicle Break-Ins Reported in Fredericktown on 11/27/15
On Thursday evening, November 26, 2015, subjects entered and removed property from four unlocked vehicles in the area of Taylor Street and one unlocked vehicle on High Street.
Knox County Sheriff's Office Incidents and Reports 11/26-11/27 on 11/27/15
Ex-NBA Player to Give Talk about Recovering from Addiction on 11/24/15
Chris Herren, an NBA player who lost his dream because of drugs and alcohol, will speak at Kenyon College on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Knox County's Big Craft Sale Returns Dec. 6 on 11/24/15
Artists and artisans will sell everything from paintings to cookies at the 47th Annual Gambier Craft Sale on Sunday, Dec. 6, on the Kenyon College campus.
Ohio's Young Hunters Harvest More Than 7,000 Deer During Youth Gun Season on 11/24/15
Ohio’s young hunters checked 7,223 white-tailed deer during the two-day youth gun season, Nov. 21-22, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
New CDC estimates underscore the need to increase awareness of a daily pill that can prevent HIV infection on 11/24/15
A new Vital Signs report published today estimates that 25 percent of sexually active gay and bisexual adult men, nearly 20 percent of adults who inject drugs, and less than 1 percent of heterosexually active adults are at substantial risk for HIV infection and should be counseled about PrEP, a daily pill for HIV prevention.
Knox County Road Updates on 11/24/15
Health Department's Home Health Division Recognized on 11/24/15
he Knox County Health Department’s Home Health Division has been recognized for its quality of patient care. The agency is one of five agencies in Ohio to be named a 2015 HHCAHPS Honors recipient. 
FEMA Offers Holiday Travel Safety Tips on 11/24/15
The Thanksgiving week ahead is one typically filled with travel, a busy schedule and potentially bad weather.
Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents 11/23 on 11/24/15

Hubert Wells Jr., 36, of Mount Vernon was stopped and arrested on a probation violation.

Suspicious Person Arrested Near Harcourt Rd. Carrying a Handgun and Club on 11/24/15
While patrolling the area of Harcourt Rd. around 4 am, Deputy Kevin Durbin spotted a male dressed in dark clothing standing near a group of storage units. As he made contact with the person, he noticed a wooden club sticking out of his coat pocket.
Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents 11/20 - 11/23 on 11/23/15

David Eshelman, 70, of Mount Vernon was cited for failure to yield the right of way when turning left.

Knox County Sheriff's Office Reports and Incidents 11/20 - 11/23 on 11/23/15
Exhibit Opening on Latinos in Knox County on 11/23/15
An exhibit of photos, stories and video interviews about Latinos who live in Knox County will be shown in December at Kenyon College and in January at the Mount Vernon Public Library.
EPA Reminds Ohioans of Open Burning Regulations on 11/23/15

Burning yard waste, leaves and other debris is more than a nuisance to neighbors. Smoke from these fires can carry chemicals and ash that can be inhaled deeply into the lungs, causing breathing difficulties, especially for people with lung or heart problems. Also, gases released by open burning can corrode metal siding and damage paint on buildings. This is why it is important to know Ohio’s open burning regulations.

Patrol reminds drivers to wear safety belts this Thanksgiving holiday on 11/23/15
In anticipation of increased traffic during the Thanksgiving holiday, the Ohio State Highway Patrol is reminding drivers that properly wearing a safety belt is the single most effective thing you can do to protect yourself in a crash. Additionally, remember to follow all traffic laws and not drive impaired.
Ohio Attorney General Offers Holiday Shopping Tips on 11/23/15
Since January, the Ohio Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Section has received more than 24,600 complaints involving a variety of issues. Top problem areas include billing, misrepresentation, failure to deliver, poor service or shoddy work, and refund problems.

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