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  • Guests in the Coleman apartment can enjoy an intimate sitting area only steps from the kitchen seen in the background. Note the detail on the newel post in the right foreground. style=

    More to downtown than shopping, schools

    Guests in the Coleman apartment can enjoy an intimate sitting area only steps from the kitchen seen in the background. Note the detail on the newel post in the right foreground. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Joyce Healy-Abrams, Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Ohio’s 7th District, was in Mount Vernon on Saturday to discuss the future of Medicare and meet with supporters. style=

    Healy-Abrams kicks off campaign

    Joyce Healy-Abrams, Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Ohio’s 7th District, was in Mount Vernon on Saturday to discuss the future of Medicare and meet with supporters. (Photo by Bill Amick)

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  • Greg Breckler, of Park Enterprise Construction, directs traffic at the corner of Coshocton Avenue and Vernonview Drive this morning. The left turn lane of Vernonview Drive is currently closed due to construction work in the area. style=

    Lanes closed for construction

    Greg Breckler, of Park Enterprise Construction, directs traffic at the corner of Coshocton Avenue and Vernonview Drive this morning. The left turn lane of Vernonview Drive is currently closed due to construction work in the area. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Residents from Knox, Morrow, Delaware and Marion counties filed though the Knox County Fairgrounds on Saturday to recycle televisions and electronic items. According to Linda Montgomery, recycling coordinator for Knox County, 335 people brought in 40,000 to 50,000 pounds of electronic items to be recycled. style=

    Recycling electronics

    Residents from Knox, Morrow, Delaware and Marion counties filed though the Knox County Fairgrounds on Saturday to recycle televisions and electronic items. According to Linda Montgomery, recycling coordinator for Knox County, 335 people brought in 40,000 to 50,000 pounds of electronic items to be recycled. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • This pickup truck and a KAT minibus collided this morning at the intersection of North Mulberry and West Chestnut streets. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage, according to Capt. George Hartz, Mount Vernon Police Department. style=

    Accident blocks traffic

    This pickup truck and a KAT minibus collided this morning at the intersection of North Mulberry and West Chestnut streets. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage, according to Capt. George Hartz, Mount Vernon Police Department. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Mount Vernon Militia quarterback Curtis Osborne, right, is harassed by Miami Valley Saints’ Montez Harding during the third quarter of Saturday’s game. The Saints won, 53-7.  style=

    Miami Valley crushes Militia in rough outing

    Mount Vernon Militia quarterback Curtis Osborne, right, is harassed by Miami Valley Saints’ Montez Harding during the third quarter of Saturday’s game. The Saints won, 53-7. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon Militia’s Adrian Craiu (3) and James West (23) chase Miami Valley Saints running back Tristan Murray in the first quarter of Saturday’s game. The Saints won, 53-7. style=

    Miami Valley crushes Militia in rough outing

    Mount Vernon Militia’s Adrian Craiu (3) and James West (23) chase Miami Valley Saints running back Tristan Murray in the first quarter of Saturday’s game. The Saints won, 53-7. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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