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  • Employees with the Mount Vernon City Water Department responded to a main-line water break early this morning at the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Mansfield Avenue. Pipefitter Jamie Pay told the News that a hole was blown in a pipe, causing the leak. The break was quickly repaired, and the line was clamped to allow getting the water turned back on again. Mike Walker is shown closing the hydrant once the line was flushed to get out any air. style=

    Water leak on north end of city

    Employees with the Mount Vernon City Water Department responded to a main-line water break early this morning at the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Mansfield Avenue. Pipefitter Jamie Pay told the News that a hole was blown in a pipe, causing the leak. The break was quickly repaired, and the line was clamped to allow getting the water turned back on again. Mike Walker is shown closing the hydrant once the line was flushed to get out any air. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Top honors were awarded at the annual winter Mid-Buckeye Conference banquet in Bellville on Monday. From left, Loudonville's Chris Peretti, Wrestling Coach of the Year; Fredericktown's Ryan Logan, boys basketball Player of the Year; Centerburg's Mackenzie Stoyle, girls basketball Player of the Year; Northridge's Tom Williams, Wrestler of the Year; Centerburg's Todd Nauman, girls basketball Coach of the Year; and Loudonville's Kelly Seboe, boys basketball Coach of the Year. style=

    Centerburg, Loudonville dominate MBC awards

    Top honors were awarded at the annual winter Mid-Buckeye Conference banquet in Bellville on Monday. From left, Loudonville's Chris Peretti, Wrestling Coach of the Year; Fredericktown's Ryan Logan, boys basketball Player of the Year; Centerburg's Mackenzie Stoyle, girls basketball Player of the Year; Northridge's Tom Williams, Wrestler of the Year; Centerburg's Todd Nauman, girls basketball Coach of the Year; and Loudonville's Kelly Seboe, boys basketball Coach of the Year. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Members of Mount Vernon City Council took a tour of the Street Department Garage and Water/Wastewater Garage prior to Monday's committee and legislative meeting. Deteroriation of the street garage on Cougar Drive is evident from the exposed rebar in the corner of the two-story facility. style=

    Council approves bond; saving city $180,000

    Members of Mount Vernon City Council took a tour of the Street Department Garage and Water/Wastewater Garage prior to Monday's committee and legislative meeting. Deteroriation of the street garage on Cougar Drive is evident from the exposed rebar in the corner of the two-story facility. (Photo by Samantha Scoles)

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