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Mount Vernon News June 14, 2012

Kenyon outsourcing decision protested

GAMBIER -- More than 100 people -- union members, retirees, students, alumnae and community members -- descended upon Middle Path on Wednesday to protest the recent decision of Kenyon College to outsource its maintenance operations.

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Saddle up for a fun show

FREDERICKTOWN -- Those who live on large western ranches really have nothing up on those who live here in Knox County.

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Women's retreat a chance to reflect

MOUNT VERNON -- All women of any age or faith or no particular faith are invited to a women's retreat to be held June 30 at Faith Lutheran Church, 170 Mansfield Ave.

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Confederate Railroad still cranking up the hits

DANVILLE -- Dan Shirley has always believed there were just two kinds of music -- one where you turn the radio volume up, and one where you turn the radio volume down.

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Proposed Sandusky Street rezone tabled

MOUNT VERNON -- The question of whether all of the property owners had "signed on"to a rezoning request on Sandusky Street sidelined the issue Wednesday and the commission will resume consideration at its July meeting.

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Utica Post 92 blows two leads in Lancaster loss

UTICA -- Things started out rather well for the Utica Post 92 baseball team on Wednesday.

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Weather aids Jr. golfers

MOUNT VERNON -- Area junior golfers had the perfect conditions for a tournament Wednesday.

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