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  • Students congregated outside of Pioneer Hall at Mount Vernon Nazarene University this morning after safely evacuating when a fire alarm had sounded. A straightening iron was found to be the source of the alarm. style=

    Overheated iron causes dorm to be evacuated

    Students congregated outside of Pioneer Hall at Mount Vernon Nazarene University this morning after safely evacuating when a fire alarm had sounded. A straightening iron was found to be the source of the alarm. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • This watch-like transmitter could help find a loved one suffering from dementia or some other cognitive disorder in a short amount of time using radio telemetry capabilities with Project Lifesaver. style=

    Transmitter would help find those who are lost

    This watch-like transmitter could help find a loved one suffering from dementia or some other cognitive disorder in a short amount of time using radio telemetry capabilities with Project Lifesaver. (Photo by Samantha Scoles)

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  • Tim Caldwell, Licking County Sheriff’s Deputy, demonstrates the use of a radio receiver to track down a transmitter. style=

    Transmitter would help find those who are lost

    Tim Caldwell, Licking County Sheriff’s Deputy, demonstrates the use of a radio receiver to track down a transmitter. (Photo by Samantha Scoles)

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  • Repairing bicycles is one of the afterschool activities at the Knox Learning Center. Pictured with refurbished bikes are, from left, students Brad Pettit, Andrew Wilson, Anthony Pettit, Jordan Long and instructor Lynn Marcum. style=

    Students in afterschool program give back

    Repairing bicycles is one of the afterschool activities at the Knox Learning Center. Pictured with refurbished bikes are, from left, students Brad Pettit, Andrew Wilson, Anthony Pettit, Jordan Long and instructor Lynn Marcum. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Utica’s Erin Rodgers hits a triple to drive in a pair of runs in the first inning of Thursday’s game against Mount Gilead. The runs gave Utica a 3-2 lead. However, the Redskins ultimately lost, 6-5, in eight innings. style=

    Utica drops thriller to Mount Gilead

    Utica’s Erin Rodgers hits a triple to drive in a pair of runs in the first inning of Thursday’s game against Mount Gilead. The runs gave Utica a 3-2 lead. However, the Redskins ultimately lost, 6-5, in eight innings. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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