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  • The Mount Vernon Knox County Chamber of Commerce held its monthly Business After Hours at Fredericktown High School Tuesday evening. On display was "Project Lead the Way," an engineering program now at it's sixth year at the middle and high school. Solving technical problems is the basis that involves research analysis and real working environment among others. This engineering project by junior Ryan Zarnes Jr. illustrates six simple machines working together to complete a task. Looking on, from left, are students Jacob Leiandecker and Matt Russell and Jim Wagner and Terry Divelbiss. The classes are taught by Robert Miller, high school; Don Demarco, high and middle school and Bradd Stevens middle school. style=

    Business After Hours visits school

    The Mount Vernon Knox County Chamber of Commerce held its monthly Business After Hours at Fredericktown High School Tuesday evening. On display was "Project Lead the Way," an engineering program now at it's sixth year at the middle and high school. Solving technical problems is the basis that involves research analysis and real working environment among others. This engineering project by junior Ryan Zarnes Jr. illustrates six simple machines working together to complete a task. Looking on, from left, are students Jacob Leiandecker and Matt Russell and Jim Wagner and Terry Divelbiss. The classes are taught by Robert Miller, high school; Don Demarco, high and middle school and Bradd Stevens middle school. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • The Rotary Club treated Ohio's Distinguished Young Women participants to lunch on Tuesday. Pictured are, from left, Josie Ward, Vinton County; Taylor Zaborski, Lucas County; Alexandra Hambleton, Greater Allen County; Nellie Turner, Ashland County; Rotarian Doug Givens; and Brianna Barnes, Northern Richland County. style=

    Rotary entertains DYW participants

    The Rotary Club treated Ohio's Distinguished Young Women participants to lunch on Tuesday. Pictured are, from left, Josie Ward, Vinton County; Taylor Zaborski, Lucas County; Alexandra Hambleton, Greater Allen County; Nellie Turner, Ashland County; Rotarian Doug Givens; and Brianna Barnes, Northern Richland County. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the 40 days of Lent leading up to Easter, was celebrated today at St. Vincent de Paul church. In the Mass this morning, parishioners received the blessing of ashes with a cross on the forehead. Another mass was held at 12:15 p.m. and again at 7 tonight. style=

    Ash Wednesday

    Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the 40 days of Lent leading up to Easter, was celebrated today at St. Vincent de Paul church. In the Mass this morning, parishioners received the blessing of ashes with a cross on the forehead. Another mass was held at 12:15 p.m. and again at 7 tonight. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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