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  • Michael Percy, left, picks out some bread to purchase from Andrew Reinert of Crazy Cat Farm on Saturday morning at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market. style=

    Weather ideal for Farmers Market

    Michael Percy, left, picks out some bread to purchase from Andrew Reinert of Crazy Cat Farm on Saturday morning at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Licking County Lamb Princess Morgan McCutcheon had one of the niftiest rides in Saturday’s Utica Sertoma Ice Cream Festival Parade. style=

    Ice Cream Festival kicks off with parade

    Licking County Lamb Princess Morgan McCutcheon had one of the niftiest rides in Saturday’s Utica Sertoma Ice Cream Festival Parade. (Photo by Bill Amick)

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  • Mount Vernon Academy’s 2012 valedictorian Joanna Moses, left, and salutatorian Daniel Hall ring the bell after Sunday’s graduation ceremonies. style=

    MV Academy grads urged to seize the day

    Mount Vernon Academy’s 2012 valedictorian Joanna Moses, left, and salutatorian Daniel Hall ring the bell after Sunday’s graduation ceremonies. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Cody Alan Inverso, right, gets a hug and his diploma from his mother, school board member Andre Inverso, during graduation ceremonies Saturday at Danville. style=

    Danville hands out 48 diplomas

    Cody Alan Inverso, right, gets a hug and his diploma from his mother, school board member Andre Inverso, during graduation ceremonies Saturday at Danville. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Mount Vernon High School’s In the Know team had a stellar season. Pictured are, from left, coach Rob Fetters and Josh Campbell, a four-year veteran of In the Know. style=

    In the Know team finishes third

    Mount Vernon High School’s In the Know team had a stellar season. Pictured are, from left, coach Rob Fetters and Josh Campbell, a four-year veteran of In the Know. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • A joint effort of law enforcement officials took place Saturday night in Mount Vernon in an effort get people who drink and drive off the road. An OVI checkpoint was set up on South Main Street to stop motorists and ask them questions about their drinking and driving habits. Observing the efforts of the officers were State Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl and Ohio Congressman Bob Gibbs. Four individuals were stopped and identified as violators of having too high a blood alcohol content. Pictured are, from left, Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Phillips and Ohio Highway Auxiliary Patrolman Steve Morgan asking questions of a passing motorist during the three-hour exercise. style=

    Law enforcement has checkpoint

    A joint effort of law enforcement officials took place Saturday night in Mount Vernon in an effort get people who drink and drive off the road. An OVI checkpoint was set up on South Main Street to stop motorists and ask them questions about their drinking and driving habits. Observing the efforts of the officers were State Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl and Ohio Congressman Bob Gibbs. Four individuals were stopped and identified as violators of having too high a blood alcohol content. Pictured are, from left, Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Phillips and Ohio Highway Auxiliary Patrolman Steve Morgan asking questions of a passing motorist during the three-hour exercise. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Dan Eddy, front, digs following a spike attempt by Roger Bacon in the first set of Saturday’s state semifinal at Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati. The Yellow Jackets lost in straight sets. style=

    Mount Vernon falls in straight sets in state semis

    Mount Vernon’s Dan Eddy, front, digs following a spike attempt by Roger Bacon in the first set of Saturday’s state semifinal at Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati. The Yellow Jackets lost in straight sets. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Utica’s Nick Naylor, left, tries to run past Ottawa-Glandorf’s Jacob Leopold, middle, and Eastmoor Academy’s Malik Briggs in the boys 800-meter run at Saturday’s Division II regional track meet in Lexington. style=

    Utica, Highland see track seasons end

    Utica’s Nick Naylor, left, tries to run past Ottawa-Glandorf’s Jacob Leopold, middle, and Eastmoor Academy’s Malik Briggs in the boys 800-meter run at Saturday’s Division II regional track meet in Lexington. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Utica’s Hannah Brubaker attempts a vault of 8-foot-6 at the pole vault event in Saturday’s Division II regional track and field meet at Lexington. style=

    Utica, Highland see track seasons end

    Utica’s Hannah Brubaker attempts a vault of 8-foot-6 at the pole vault event in Saturday’s Division II regional track and field meet at Lexington. (Photo by Fred Main)

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