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  • Dr. Fred Altizer displays a portion of his Native American artifacts collection, at the Knox County Fair on Tuesday. The pieces in this case were winners in the monthly field find contests held by the Kokosing Chapter of the Archaelogical Society of Ohio.  style=

    Indian artifacts on display at fair

    Dr. Fred Altizer displays a portion of his Native American artifacts collection, at the Knox County Fair on Tuesday. The pieces in this case were winners in the monthly field find contests held by the Kokosing Chapter of the Archaelogical Society of Ohio. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Coshocton Road between Eastgate Drive and the First Church of the Nazarene is getting it’s share of the construction work this week. Orange barrels now line the north lane of the area allowing plenty of room for the safety of construction workers. style=

    Roll out the barrel

    Coshocton Road between Eastgate Drive and the First Church of the Nazarene is getting it’s share of the construction work this week. Orange barrels now line the north lane of the area allowing plenty of room for the safety of construction workers. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Ellie Kidwell shows her market beef steer with a broken wrist at Tuesday’s Knox County Fair. Providing a helping hand in the ring was family friend Luke Wells. style=

    Young competitors make a statement

    Ellie Kidwell shows her market beef steer with a broken wrist at Tuesday’s Knox County Fair. Providing a helping hand in the ring was family friend Luke Wells. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Danville’s Nick Stover takes the final jump on his Suzuki during the 250cc B event at the Motocross show at the Knox County Fairgrounds on Tuesday. Stover won the event.  style=

    Stover shines at Motocross

    Danville’s Nick Stover takes the final jump on his Suzuki during the 250cc B event at the Motocross show at the Knox County Fairgrounds on Tuesday. Stover won the event. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Robert Dinning, from Canada, driving Michigan-owned Mr. I Am, broke the track record at the Knox County Fairgrounds in the eighth race with a time of 1:57, beating the old mark by more than two seconds. style=

    Harness racing record set

    Robert Dinning, from Canada, driving Michigan-owned Mr. I Am, broke the track record at the Knox County Fairgrounds in the eighth race with a time of 1:57, beating the old mark by more than two seconds. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Chris Page, driving Sectionline Road, rides to victory in the fifth race at the Harness Racing venue in the Knox County Fair on Tuesday. style=

    Harness racing record set

    Chris Page, driving Sectionline Road, rides to victory in the fifth race at the Harness Racing venue in the Knox County Fair on Tuesday. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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