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  • These Mount Vernon students took top honors in the 2012 Japanese-influenced art contest. From left are high school poetry winner Halie Chaffin, elementary haiku art winner Trey Stetler, middle school haiku winner Meralyse Dessert and middle school art winner Megan Wise. Not pictured; high school art winner Olivia Dillon.  style=

    Artists showcase Japanese-influenced work

    These Mount Vernon students took top honors in the 2012 Japanese-influenced art contest. From left are high school poetry winner Halie Chaffin, elementary haiku art winner Trey Stetler, middle school haiku winner Meralyse Dessert and middle school art winner Megan Wise. Not pictured; high school art winner Olivia Dillon. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • The Kenyon College Administration and Staff Recognition Program took place Tuesday in the Great Hall of Peirce Hall. Recognized for 40 years of service were S. David Dobson, left, electrician; S. Georgia Nugent, center, president; and Juanita E. Addlesperger, right, serials specialist, with 45 years of service. style=

    Kenyon staff recognized

    The Kenyon College Administration and Staff Recognition Program took place Tuesday in the Great Hall of Peirce Hall. Recognized for 40 years of service were S. David Dobson, left, electrician; S. Georgia Nugent, center, president; and Juanita E. Addlesperger, right, serials specialist, with 45 years of service. (Photo by John Seavolt)

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  • Kayla Page, receiving her Student of the Year award from Knox County Career Center Board President Richard McLarnan during an awards ceremony Thursday at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. style=

    KCCC honors students

    Kayla Page, receiving her Student of the Year award from Knox County Career Center Board President Richard McLarnan during an awards ceremony Thursday at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Mount Vernon senior Cole Shoemaker spikes the ball during boys volleyball practice on Thursday. The Yellow Jackets will travel to Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati on Saturday for the state semifinals. style=

    Yellow Jackets prepare for historic weekend

    Mount Vernon senior Cole Shoemaker spikes the ball during boys volleyball practice on Thursday. The Yellow Jackets will travel to Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati on Saturday for the state semifinals. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Highland’s Amanda Mosier, left, races against Bellevue’s Sarah Bedell, center, and Wauseon’s Kendall Weber in the second heat of the girls 100-meter hurdles at Thursday’s Division II regional meet in Lexington. style=

    Mosier advances; Redskins fall short

    Highland’s Amanda Mosier, left, races against Bellevue’s Sarah Bedell, center, and Wauseon’s Kendall Weber in the second heat of the girls 100-meter hurdles at Thursday’s Division II regional meet in Lexington. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Utica’s Artie Douglas jumps in the long jump event at Thursday’s Division II regional track meet at Lexington High School. Douglas finished seventh. style=

    Mosier advances; Redskins fall short

    Utica’s Artie Douglas jumps in the long jump event at Thursday’s Division II regional track meet at Lexington High School. Douglas finished seventh. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Fredericktown Freddies react as Matt Smith (23) scores the tying run past the tag of Cincinnati Madeira catcher Timmy James in the sixth inning of Thursday’s regional semifinal baseball game in Xenia. The Freddies won, 4-3. style=

    Freddies rally in sixth, advance to regional final

    Fredericktown Freddies react as Matt Smith (23) scores the tying run past the tag of Cincinnati Madeira catcher Timmy James in the sixth inning of Thursday’s regional semifinal baseball game in Xenia. The Freddies won, 4-3. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Danville’s Bri Staats gets the putout of Portsmouth Notre Dame’s Leigh Ann Morgan during Thursday’s Division IV regional semifinal at Pickerington Central High School. style=

    Devils can’t figure out Notre Dame, fall 11-1

    Danville’s Bri Staats gets the putout of Portsmouth Notre Dame’s Leigh Ann Morgan during Thursday’s Division IV regional semifinal at Pickerington Central High School. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Danville’s Molly Alberts makes a catch during Thursday’s Division IV regional semifinal game against Portsmouth Notre Dame. The Blue Devils lost, 11-1.  style=

    Devils can’t figure out Notre Dame, fall 11-1

    Danville’s Molly Alberts makes a catch during Thursday’s Division IV regional semifinal game against Portsmouth Notre Dame. The Blue Devils lost, 11-1. (Photo by Fred Main)

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