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Mount Vernon News April 18, 2012

County boards unaware of Career Center representation

MOUNT VERNON -- As local school districts are discussing the desire to be directly represented on the Knox County Career Center school board, KCCC board president Richard McLarnan sent a letter to the local school boards to answer that concern.

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Students observe nature at BFEC

GAMBIER -- A first-hand look at Ohio's habitats was explored by students from East Knox Elementary School, thanks to scholarship donations collected at the Brown Family Environmental Center.

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Farmers preparing for storm

MOUNT VERNON -- Tuesday was a sunny spring day, conducive to a hard day of work in the fields for area farmers.

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Panel discusses aging of America

GAMBIER -- The face of rural America is changing: It's getting older. What that means to places like Knox County and how they can respond was the topic of the latest "Community Conversation at Kenyon College"Tuesday.

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Rally helps 'Take Back the Night'

MOUNT VERNON -- About 30 people attended the annual "Take Back the Night'march and vigil on Public Square Tuesday evening.

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New leadership in place for Ohio GOP

COLUMBUS -- New leadership is now in place for the Ohio Republican Party as it positions itself for battle in the upcoming 2012 presidential election.

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Mount Vernon board recognizes athletes, volunteers

MOUNT VERNON -- The accomplishments of winter scholar athletes and winter sports athletes were applauded Monday during the Mount Vernon School board meeting.

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Freddie girls, Trojan boys dominate MBC meet

FREDERICKTOWN -- The host Fredericktown Freddies dominated the evening in the girl's portion of Tuesday's Mid-Buckeye Conference quad track and field meet.

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Trojans hold off Fredericktown, 4-1

FREDERICKTOWN -- The Centerburg Trojans are slowly turning their season around.

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Mount Vernon tennis team falls just short

MOUNT VERNON -- The difference between sorrow and jubilation is a fine line.

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