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  • Temperatures rose above 100 degrees in Mount Vernon on Saturday. Without air conditioning, inside temperatures were high as well. style=

    This weekend was a hot one

    Temperatures rose above 100 degrees in Mount Vernon on Saturday. Without air conditioning, inside temperatures were high as well. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Surgical and Short Stay Unit Coordinator Kate Weiser, a registered nurse, has enjoyed the transition of Knox Community Hospital from a paper-based to electronic records system. All patient rooms are now computer equipped.  style=

    Patient care improves with high-tech charting

    Surgical and Short Stay Unit Coordinator Kate Weiser, a registered nurse, has enjoyed the transition of Knox Community Hospital from a paper-based to electronic records system. All patient rooms are now computer equipped. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Caroline Caldwell, Gambier, cools down her horse, Manny, after a ride on Sunday.  Sunday’s temperatures stayed well below the 100-degree mark, breaking a several day excessive heat streak. Cooler temperatures Sunday allowed for more comfortable outside activity.  style=

    A nice, cool shower

    Caroline Caldwell, Gambier, cools down her horse, Manny, after a ride on Sunday. Sunday’s temperatures stayed well below the 100-degree mark, breaking a several day excessive heat streak. Cooler temperatures Sunday allowed for more comfortable outside activity. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Top and bottom floors are under construction at 100 N. Main St., Mount Vernon, as owner Susan Ramser is restoring the historic building to be used for apartments as well as office space. style=

    Historic building being renovated

    Top and bottom floors are under construction at 100 N. Main St., Mount Vernon, as owner Susan Ramser is restoring the historic building to be used for apartments as well as office space. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Mount Vernon 12-year-old All-Stars’ Dustin Hess knocks a solo home run in the third inning of Sunday’s tournament game against Fredericktown. style=

    Mount Vernon 12-year-olds keep rolling

    Mount Vernon 12-year-old All-Stars’ Dustin Hess knocks a solo home run in the third inning of Sunday’s tournament game against Fredericktown. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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