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Newark Based Park National Corporation Announces Results

Park National Corporation has announced financial results for fiscal year 2016. The Newark Based financial institution had a net income of 86.1 million dollars for the year which is an increase of 6.3 percent from 2015. Park National Bank reported net income of 84.5 million dollars, up slightly from 84.3 million dollars from 2015.

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Knox County Murder Case Rescheduled

A murder trial in Knox County that was scheduled for March has been rescheduled for October. The March 28th trial for Herschel Jones the third, who is facing aggravated murder charges for killing a Danville Police Officer last year was continued to October 3 in Knox County Common Pleas Court. Jones was in court this past Friday where his public …

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Mount Vernon City Council to make Decisions Monday Night

Committee Meetings important Monday Night for Mount Vernon City Council: I. Committee Meetings 1. Community Drug Concerns 2. Parking Ticket Appeals Legislation 3. Utility Rates II. MEETING WILL RECESS UNTIL 7:30 P.M. III. Call to Order 1. Roll Call IV. Invocation V. Pledge of Allegiance VI. Acceptance of Minutes 1. Minutes of Feb 13, 2017 7:30 PM VII. Receive Petitions …

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Corbin’s late shot Knocks out Jackets

The Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket boys High School basketball team could smell an upset in the Sectionals of the Division One tournament but a late shot prevented them from winning their first tournament game since 2012. The Jackets, 11-12, got hot early with a three from Senior Tim Zeller and a two from Junior Kaden Daniels to take a 9-5 …

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Mount Vernon Boys start Tournament Journey Saturday

The Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket Boys High School Basketball team is heading into the tournament fresh off of a pair of victories to end the season and they hope that they can continuing winning as they play at Gahanna Lincoln on Saturday. The Jackets, 11-11, 8-6 Ohio Cardinal Conference, garnered the number 35 seed in the Central District in Division …

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OFSWCD’s 74th annual conservation partnership conference Set

The Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts’ (OFSWCD) 74th annual conservation partnership conference, “All-In For Conservation” will take place on February 27-28, 2017 at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Columbus. This year’s event was developed by the OFSWCD with partners: Ohio Association of Soil and Water Conservation District Employees (OASWCDE), Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Division of Soil and …

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Escape Zone Ribbon Cutting Friday

Escape Zone Friday, February 24th 12:00pm to 9:00pm The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place at 12:00pm Join us for tours & live music until 9:00pm!  1 Mansfield Avenue, Mount Vernon

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Donkey Basketball in Fredericktown on Saturday Night

Looking for something to do on Saturday night in Fredericktown…of course you are! Come out to the Old Fredericktown High School on February 25 as the FCFD team goes up against the Fredericktown FFA and Fredericktown Pastors in Donkey Basketball. Doors open at 5:15pm and games start at 6pm. Tickets are available pre-sale at the High School office or Aunt …

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One of Two Remaining Hidden In Plain Sight Presentations is Tonight

MOUNT VERNON – The Knox Substance Abuse Action Team (KSAAT) continues to offer Hidden in Plain Sight presentations during February and March. Hidden in Plain Sight is an interactive and informative presentation for adults designed to build their awareness on items they may find in an adolescent’s room, book-bag, closet or car that indicate risky behaviors including drug and alcohol …

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Mount Vernon Man changes plea, is Sentenced for OVI

MOUNT VERNON – The following court cases were resolved before Judge John Thatcher in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on February 21, 2017. Joshua J. Careins, 35 of Mount Vernon, changed his pleas and the Court found him guilty of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or a drug of abuse and refusing to take a requested …

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