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Mount Vernon News May 10, 2012

Law enforcement kicks off program

MOUNT VERNON -- People driving on the roads around Knox County not wanting to get a ticket had better think twice before getting behind the wheel and not buckling their seat belt.

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East Knox to freeze some salaries

HOWARD -- On Wednesday the East Knox school board voted to freeze salaries and wage rates for all employees not subject to a collective bargaining agreement.

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Dible shines in Safire Sun, opening act for Marty Raybon

MOUNT VERNON -- Knox County's own Safire Sun will be the opening act at Memorial Theater on Saturday when the College Township/Gambier Fire Department presents its 47th annual benefit show.

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KCESC board accepts resignations

MOUNT VERNON -- Wednesday's meeting of the Knox County Educational Service Center board was largely routine.

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Municipal Court has large workload

MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon Municipal Court is tucked away on the third floor at 5 N. Gay St., an address it shares with, among others, the police department and city law director.

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Neighborhood Watch programs returning

MOUNT VERNON -- Neighborhood Watch programs may be making a comeback in Knox County.

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Butler police chief indicted by grand jury

MANSFIELD -- A special Richland County grand jury returned indictments Tuesday against the Butler police chief after a yearlong investigation by the Richland County Sheriff's Office.

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Planning commission votes to alter plan

MOUNT VERNON -- Mount Vernon Municipal Planning Commission voted Wednesday to alter a Planned Neighborhood Development that was originally approved around 2005.

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Highland upset by Whitehall, 5-3

SPARTA -- In baseball, a season can end in a moment's notice.

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Trojans fall to Northridge

CENTERBURG -- Pitcher Kassi Davidson fired a two-hit shutout to lift the Northridge Vikings to a 1-0 victory over the host Centerburg Trojans in a Division III sectional semifinal clash between the two Mid-Buckeye Conference rivals on Wednesday.

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