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  • ODOT shutting down Millwood garage
  • McDaniel enters race for county treasurer
  • Minimum wage rises by 30 cents
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  • Fire damages downtown Centerburg building
  • Danville council prepares for 2012
  • Shooting carries Jackets to sixth straight win
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  • Investigation continues into apartment fire
  • ReStore finds room to move
  • Concerns raised about fracking, water
  • Two sentenced for felonies
  • Open burn being investigated
  • Resident believes Medicare call a scam
  • Ferenbaugh appointed detective by sheriff
  • News gloomy as 1861 comes to an end
  • Utica dominates quad; Danville, East Knox face off
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  • COTC shows off fancy new home
  • Kenyon to host Pelotonia
  • County implementing wellness program
  • Film featuring abortion survivor to be shown in local churches
  • DYW radio auction coming soon
  • VSO to answer questions
  • MV swimmers dominate on Senior Night
  • Big 2nd half pushes Danville past Freddies
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  • Truckers must go hands-free with cell ban
  • Connector road opens next week
  • Fourth half rally falls short for Jackets
  • Utica destroys Bulldogs
  • Freddies defeat Johnstown, 63-55
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  • New bill would eliminate double dipping
  • Dush's free throws power Utica past Centerburg
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  • Truck traffic continues to dominate discussions
  • Grennell takes over as new mayor of Utica
  • Collabor8 program off to good start
  • Stockberger elected president of board of commissioners
  • Buildings in need of repair
  • 84 Lumber closes its doors
  • Smith takes over at OSHP
  • Elected officials included in proposal
  • Utica PD investigating attempted robbery
  • Bullying issues to be addressed
  • Council considers inventory requirement
  • Vickers pleads guilty to theft
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  • Sharing a love for music and singing
  • Census change forces increase in salaries
  • Peterson facing felony charges
  • Hawkins announces plan to run for re-election as clerk of courts
  • Freddies win defensive battle over Devils
  • Trojans keep Bulldogs winless
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  • East Knox study results revealed
  • EK board welcomes two new members
  • 16 indicted by grand jury
  • Knox County FSA office unaffected
  • Board recognizes Centerburg football team for academics
  • North Fork board approves personnel
  • KCESC board approves routine fiscal actions
  • January: 'The calm before the storm'
  • Mount Vernon Colt football changes now official
  • Bulldogs lose close contest to Indians
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  • Hess fired as Knox County EMA director
  • Moral decision led to Bemiller refusing raise
  • Treasurer candidates square off
  • Sheriff hopefuls take stage
  • Bullying and ways to resist it
  • County real estate taxes mailed
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  • Barn being dismantled
  • Chamber honors best from 2011
  • Zoning stalls car dealership
  • City weathered first snow
  • Fredericktown school board organizes for 2012
  • Feasel joins ranks of MVBOE
  • Yearly agenda set for Danville meetings
  • Yellow Jackets fly past Eagles, 51-41
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  • Honor flight veterans share stories
  • EK board exploring ways to reduce costs
  • Deputy injured in accident
  • Merchants jolly over holiday sales
  • Visit from nurse available to all newborns
  • Trojans beat Fredericktown on late run
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  • King's legacy celebrated at MVNU
  • OSU's Finkes to speak at Raccoon Dinner
  • Florida woman injured in crash
  • Morrow County Sheriff investigating home invasion
  • Inheritance tax shrinking
  • Cameron out as Secretary of War
  • Rogers to run for 68th District, Ohio House seat
  • Centerburg defeats Mount Vernon, 51-35
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  • Breakfast event a hit with farmers
  • Danville considers collection agency
  • Copley wins spelling bee
  • Trees knock out power
  • Peterson case bound over to grand jury
  • Young girl struck by vehicle
  • Concussion sufferer returns thanks to trainers, patience
  • Utica holds off Black Bears
  • Northmor flies past Bulldogs, 80-51
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  • No problems with man carrying unloaded gun
  • Concussion assessment aids in road to recovery
  • Utica wins at quad; Northridge dominates
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  • Republicans square off at candidates'night
  • Rail line important to county businesses
  • Commissioners hear update on project
  • Police looking for information on hit-skip
  • Collier to run for county commissioner
  • Coaches trained for signs of concussion
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  • Library remodeling gets underway
  • Oak Street garage damaged by fire
  • Deer rescued from Knox Lake
  • New businesses opening doors
  • Utica survives Danville's late surge
  • Roller derby comes to Mount Vernon
  • High school student struggles after concussion diagnosis
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  • Gas prices heading for annual peak
  • Compliance effort checks for sex offenders
  • Looney sentenced for felonies
  • Department heads address issue of inventory
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  • Plenty to bid on at DYW radio auction
  • EMA board being patient in search
  • Commissioners hear about state budget
  • Details provided in new iHealth Wellness Program
  • Danville Mock Trial team takes sixth at Cincinnati
  • Drenning:'Be prepared'
  • Northridge wins on Bulldogs'shooting woes
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  • Art show features high school talents
  • Asbestos delays Bonded demolition
  • General fund budget $12.9M for 2012
  • Businesses mixed on guns in bars
  • Gardeners getting ready for spring
  • After slow start, Jackets dominate
  • Danville struggles against Utica's defense
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  • KCH breaks ground on new surgical unit
  • Quake research turns to wells
  • Biggest quake threat is in Missouri
  • Changes in store for Mid-Ohio Transit Authority
  • Businesses faced with unexpected tax
  • Pride in ownership rings true in Habitat homes
  • Bulldogs end losing streak, bury Devils
  • Trojans beat Johnnies, retain conference lead
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  • Dr. Ogle hangs up his stethoscope
  • Need for brine disposal wells growing
  • Danville comeback attempt against 'Birds falls short
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