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Knox County Sheriff’s Reports, Dec. 6
On the above date, I responded to back up Fredericktown Police Department on the report of an intoxicated male at the Rite Aid in Fredericktown, Ohio. I was familiar with the subject that was intoxicated and in the past I have had a decent communication relationship with. Initial Narrative By...
Weekly Safety Report: Thefts and Arrests reported in Mount Vernon, Ohio
This week in Mount Vernon, Ohio, there were several incidents reported to the police. These incidents included a theft from a vehicle at the Park National Bank Computer Center, a theft reported at 727 Follin Avenue, and several arrests made for criminal trespass, assault, and domestic violence. The police are currently investigating the theft and the arrests were made on outstanding warrants.
Danville barely beats Centerburg
Danville topped Centerburg 71-69 in a tough tilt in an Ohio girls basketball matchup on Dec. 9. In recent action on Dec. 2, Centerburg faced off against Bucyrus Wynford. Check out our complete girls basketball roundup to stay up-to-date on all the action. We want your feedback on the accuracy...
Danville Police blotter Nov. 24 - Dec. 2
Danville-Brinkhaven-Apple Valley Law Reports Nov. 24 - Dec. 2. A vehicle unlock assist – in the 10 block of South Market St. Trespassing – Valleybrook Cir., Apple Valley. $41.55 gas drive-off – South Market St. Nov. 25. Assisted the Sheriff’s Office – Coshocton Rd./Walhonding Rd.
Danville's free throw shooting fuels comeback win over Hayes
The Danville girls’ basketball team won a tight one against Hayes, but fell in another nail biter to Mount Gilead last week. Danville took on Hayes in front of a home crowd on Dec. 4 and Addison Mickley had a dominant first half and finished the game with 24 points. In the first quarter she went off for nine of the team’s 13 points, but Hayes was still able to jump out to a 17-13 lead. Both teams scored 14 points, and it was a 31-27 lead for Hayes at the half. Mickley had 15 points to lead the charge.
Property transfers: Holmes sales from $3K-$2M
Clark Township − Allen Jay and Esther A. Miller to Ivan A. and Kathryn H. Miller, 2599 State Route 557, $300,000. Killbuck Village − Leonard E. Moore to Ben and Rachel Miller Jr. 0.27 acre, County Road 622, $3,000. Mechanic Township −John Henry and Mary J. Beechy to...
Investigation into leak of Nashville school shooter memos comes back inconclusive
A probe into the leak of pages from the journal of the Covenant School shooter who killed six people earlier this year has come back inconclusive, after Nashville Police "exhausted all available investigative avenues." The police announced the results in an email to media late Friday amid an ongoing battle...
Perrysville receives $1 million H2Ohio grant
PERRYSVILLE — The village of Perrysville received a $1 million grant for a water system regionalization project from H2Ohio, according to a Dec. 1 press release from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. “Small villages just don’t really have the money for that kind of...
Former Loudonville resident indicted on 11 obscenity charges in Ashland court
A former Loudonville resident was indicted on charges related to obscenity involving a minor. According Ashland County Common Pleas Court records, Jon Erik Konves, 54, now of Lexington, was indicted by a grand jury on 11 felony counts related to pandering obscenity involving a minor or impaired person. The charges...
Bo Lacey Construction and Mount Vernon YMCA Unite to Bring Health and Wellness to Families in 2024 (New Year-New Goals)
In a remarkable display of community support, Bo Lacey Construction, a company deeply rooted in its local community, has partnered with the Mount Vernon YMCA to offer an extraordinary opportunity for a family in the coming year. Bo Lacey is generously sponsoring one FREE 6-month family membership for the year 2024, aiming to promote health, fitness, and a stronger sense of community.
Knox County deputies honored by their peers
MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Sheriff’s Office recognized two deputies who have been selected by their peers. The Patrol Division Deputy of the Year is Sgt. David Devolld. He began his career with the sheriff’s office in 1999 and was promoted to sergeant in 2015. Devolld...
Today the gas price is close to $2.89 in Danville as of 2023-12-08. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Friday is $3.185, a week ago the price is $3.248 , according to AAA.
Daily Log: 12/9
Crime reports Felonious assaults Hunter Driggs, shot in 1300 block of Addington. Roberto Alvarado, assaulted in 4900 block of Suder.
Suspicious Activity at New Life Church Leads to Brief Lockdown in Mt. Vernon Schools: No Threat Found
On the morning of December 6, 2023, the Fortville Police Department (FPD) was alerted to suspicious activity at the New Life Church, located near the Mt. Vernon School District. A person was seen quickly moving towards the schools after parking their vehicle in the church lot, leading to a district-wide school lockdown.
Knox County Sheriff’s Reports, Dec. 1
Initial Narrative By Brandon Feeney, 12/02/23 08:02. On December 1, 2023 deputies responded to the area of Chase Avenue in Gambier on a report of a female needing EMS. The female was found to be intoxicated and under the legal age to consume alcohol. She was subsequently issued a summons in lieu of arrest for underage consumption.
Zanesville boys basketball showed deadly outside shooting touch in the opener against Utica.
ZANESVILLE — Reserve forward Jordan Cooley stepped into a 3-point shot and let it fly, just as he had so many times. Off the glass it went as it banked perfectly through the net, setting off a explosion of cheer within Winland Memorial Gymnasium that could be heard throughout the valley. It all but...
45 Acres of real estate and misc.
Location: TR 67, Killbuck, OH 44637. Auction to be held at Killbuck Valley Christian Church. 10504 CR 620, Killbuck, OH 44637. Directions: From US 62 at Killbuck, take CR 53 south 2 miles to TR 67 to property. From SR 60 at Layland, take CR 19 west to CR 323 north to TR 67. Watch for signs!
19 to be inducted on Loudonville-Perrysville All-Sports Hall of Fame
December 16 will be a huge day for the community at Loudonville High School as there will be not only be a basketball triple header, but also the induction of 19 alumni athletes into the Loudonville-Perrysville All-Sports Hall of Fame. “The 2023 class features graduates spanning 85 years - from...
MVCSD Board Minutes of Regular Meeting Oct. 16, 2023 and Nov. 9, 2023
These minutes outline the discussions, decisions, and actions taken during these significant meetings. Your review and input on these minutes are appreciated, and if you have any questions or require further clarification, please don't hesitate to reach out. Thank you for your continued dedication and support to MVCSD. Best regards,
Apple Valley presents the Festival of Trees to support Food For The Hungry
HOWARD — The Apple Valley Property Owners Association will be hosting a Festival of Trees at the Floral Valley Community Center, from December 2 through December 31. The public is invited to come and enjoy the decorations and bring donations for Food For The Hungry. Food can be dropped...