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  • Mount Vernon freshman Kyle Stump throws the shot put during Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular. Stump won the gold medal with a throw of 44-foot-7. style=

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    Mount Vernon freshman Kyle Stump throws the shot put during Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular. Stump won the gold medal with a throw of 44-foot-7. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Emily Miglin throws her PR in the shot put during Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular. style=

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    Mount Vernon’s Emily Miglin throws her PR in the shot put during Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket athletes and fans mug it up for the camera during Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular. Back row, from left, are Austin Heffelfinger, Dakota Chapman, Dakota Wolfe, Will Lawson and Shawn Maxwell. Front row, from left, are Leevi Stump and Jake Smith. style=

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    Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket athletes and fans mug it up for the camera during Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular. Back row, from left, are Austin Heffelfinger, Dakota Chapman, Dakota Wolfe, Will Lawson and Shawn Maxwell. Front row, from left, are Leevi Stump and Jake Smith. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Mount Vernon senior Dakota Chapman clears 6-foot-0 in the high jump at Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular.  style=

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    Mount Vernon senior Dakota Chapman clears 6-foot-0 in the high jump at Friday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Exchange Club President Ginny Williams presents the 2012 Student of the Year Award to Knox County Career Center senior Courtney Strait. style=

    Strait named Exchange’s top KCCC student

    Exchange Club President Ginny Williams presents the 2012 Student of the Year Award to Knox County Career Center senior Courtney Strait. (Photo by Bill Amick)

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  • Tennis in the street was a First Friday fun activity for the younger set. Youth had the opportunity to try out a new sport or get a little extra practice in for the summertime sport. style=

    First Friday turns up the heat

    Tennis in the street was a First Friday fun activity for the younger set. Youth had the opportunity to try out a new sport or get a little extra practice in for the summertime sport. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Bud Krutsch was enthralled by the history exhibits on display in the Buckeye Candy building. style=

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    Bud Krutsch was enthralled by the history exhibits on display in the Buckeye Candy building. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Bill Cordle, chief operator for Mount Vernon’s water plant, explains how the filtration units work to members of Mount Vernon City Council. New council members were given a tour of the water and wastewater plants Friday to become familiar with some of the city’s operations. From left are Mayor Richard Mavis, council members Susan Kahrl, Janis Seavolt, Cordle, Sam Barone, Dave Glass (not shown), John Francis (not shown), and Judy Scott (not shown), administrator of treatment and distribution. Council member Nancy Vail also attended. style=

    Say goodbye to pot holes: Hot mix ready

    Bill Cordle, chief operator for Mount Vernon’s water plant, explains how the filtration units work to members of Mount Vernon City Council. New council members were given a tour of the water and wastewater plants Friday to become familiar with some of the city’s operations. From left are Mayor Richard Mavis, council members Susan Kahrl, Janis Seavolt, Cordle, Sam Barone, Dave Glass (not shown), John Francis (not shown), and Judy Scott (not shown), administrator of treatment and distribution. Council member Nancy Vail also attended. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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