As football training camps begin to open across the Big Ten Conference, the list of players opting out of the season due to COVID-19 concerns grows.
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The Knox County Junior Fair concluded Saturday with the Sale of Champions, where individuals and businesses bid on the top animals (the grand and reserve grand champions in each species) at this year's fair. In total, youth exhibitors made a combined $49,035 at this year's Sale of Champions.…
Youth exhibitors of all ages participated in the Knox County Junior Fair market swine competition on Thursday, July 30. Dakota Chadwick, a 16-year-old from Mount Vernon, was named overall grand champion, while Mount Vernon 18-year-old Gavin Burke was named overall reserve grand champion.
Youth exhibitors of all ages showed their broilers and turkeys on Wednesday at the Knox County Junior Fair. Poultry judge Larry Lokai, known by many across Ohio as "Buckeyeman," donned a turkey hat (and a mask) during the events. Alexander Valente, an 18-year-old from Centerburg, took home t…
Youth exhibitors of all ages participated Wednesday in the market rabbit show at the Knox County Junior Fair. Caleb Ferenbaugh, of Danville, was named "grand champion," while Mount Vernon's Tatum Tyson placed second.
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Youth exhibitors of all ages competed in the market dairy and dairy feeder shows at the Knox County Junior Fair on Tuesday. Cade Morningstar, of Howard, took home the "grand champion" trophy in the market dairy competition, while Utica's Amanda Annett won the dairy feeder show.
The 2020 Knox County Junior Fair continued Monday with the market lamb and goat shows. Youth participants of all ages competed. Alenah Boeshart, a 16-year-old from Danville, won the "Pen of 3" market lamb competition. Austin Anderson, a 15-year-old from Centerburg, won the market lamb show. …
The 2020 Knox County Junior Fair kicked off Sunday with the beef show, as youth participants of all ages showed off their steers in the market beef and beef feeder competitions. Five exhibitors were chosen for the final drive in the beef feeder competition, and 10 were chosen in the market b…
Organizers estimate that a total of 400 people showed up to Friday’s morning and afternoon "Back the Blue" rallies in Mount Vernon. The rallies took place in front of the Knox County Sheriff's Office on Upper Gilchrist Road.