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  • Dean and Sharon Robinson present the Timothy Barnes Memorial Scholarship for sportsmanship to Emily Hart, center, Mount Vernon, of Clinton Clovers 4-H club. The scholarship is awarded annually to a cattle 4-H member and application is encouraged.  style=

    Scholarship awarded

    Dean and Sharon Robinson present the Timothy Barnes Memorial Scholarship for sportsmanship to Emily Hart, center, Mount Vernon, of Clinton Clovers 4-H club. The scholarship is awarded annually to a cattle 4-H member and application is encouraged. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Gary and Rita Rucker of Apple Valley appreciate the remodeling and the produce at Kroger. They shop regularly at the Coshocton Avenue store. style=

    Kroger celebrates new look, products; customers approve

    Gary and Rita Rucker of Apple Valley appreciate the remodeling and the produce at Kroger. They shop regularly at the Coshocton Avenue store. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Quincey Boone of Contenders 4-H Club participates in the junior division of the Ground Roping competition Wednesday at the Knox County Fair. style=

    Haines defends roping title

    Quincey Boone of Contenders 4-H Club participates in the junior division of the Ground Roping competition Wednesday at the Knox County Fair. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Emily Belton participated in the goat costume class at the Knox County Fair, on Wednesday. The pirate pair were one of 16 owner and goat combinations in the class.  style=

    Arrrg Matey

    Emily Belton participated in the goat costume class at the Knox County Fair, on Wednesday. The pirate pair were one of 16 owner and goat combinations in the class. (Photo by Chloe Coleman)

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  • Members of the Junior Division of the Tomahawk Junior League include, front row, from left, Matthew Arnette, Beco Ruiz, Harrison Lingel, Emma Summerfield, Kaya Salyers, Kemi Ruiz, Griffin Ruhl and Bryan Sabula; second row, Adam Haulk, Tyler Merillat, Daniel Patrick, Jacob Dehart, Stella Bainbridge, Camille Fuller, Douglas Natoce and Josie Hefferman; third row, Tonya Merillat, John Vales, Kelsey Plasse, Camille Fitzsimmons, Jordan Reeder, Jaymes King and Darla O’Brien; back row, Maggie Williams, Herbie Meyer, Carter Haulk, Bryan Hockenberry and instructor Steve Cater. style=

    Tomahawk wraps up Junior League

    Members of the Junior Division of the Tomahawk Junior League include, front row, from left, Matthew Arnette, Beco Ruiz, Harrison Lingel, Emma Summerfield, Kaya Salyers, Kemi Ruiz, Griffin Ruhl and Bryan Sabula; second row, Adam Haulk, Tyler Merillat, Daniel Patrick, Jacob Dehart, Stella Bainbridge, Camille Fuller, Douglas Natoce and Josie Hefferman; third row, Tonya Merillat, John Vales, Kelsey Plasse, Camille Fitzsimmons, Jordan Reeder, Jaymes King and Darla O’Brien; back row, Maggie Williams, Herbie Meyer, Carter Haulk, Bryan Hockenberry and instructor Steve Cater. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • The Tomahawk Junior League had its final outing of the season at Tomahawk Golf Course in Gambier on Wednesday. Seventy-six golfers participated in this year’s league  a huge jump from 15 just a few years ago. Every player received a trophy and a prize. Some of those who competed include, front row, from left, Hayden Lingel, Beckett Elkins, Will Streby, Nathan Streby, Pete Bombardier and Alex Miller; second row, Kate Merillat, McKenna Ruhl, Kennedy Kanuckle, Clayton Laslo, Nathan Friel, Dustin Chalfant, Michael Pruitt and Tristan Taylor; third row, Jordan Hoag, Matt Sabula, Britt Bombardier, Luke Trese, Garrett Hauke and James Kirk; back row, Kevin Vincelat, Pasha O’Brien, Trevor Thompson, Clayton Lowe and instructor Donn Parker. style=

    Tomahawk wraps up Junior League

    The Tomahawk Junior League had its final outing of the season at Tomahawk Golf Course in Gambier on Wednesday. Seventy-six golfers participated in this year’s league a huge jump from 15 just a few years ago. Every player received a trophy and a prize. Some of those who competed include, front row, from left, Hayden Lingel, Beckett Elkins, Will Streby, Nathan Streby, Pete Bombardier and Alex Miller; second row, Kate Merillat, McKenna Ruhl, Kennedy Kanuckle, Clayton Laslo, Nathan Friel, Dustin Chalfant, Michael Pruitt and Tristan Taylor; third row, Jordan Hoag, Matt Sabula, Britt Bombardier, Luke Trese, Garrett Hauke and James Kirk; back row, Kevin Vincelat, Pasha O’Brien, Trevor Thompson, Clayton Lowe and instructor Donn Parker. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Michael Lybarger, from Fredericktown, jumps 48 feet in the Rough Truck competition at the Knox County Fairgrounds on Wednesday.  style=

    Hess dominates Rough Truck event

    Michael Lybarger, from Fredericktown, jumps 48 feet in the Rough Truck competition at the Knox County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Jason Hess, from Mount Vernon, jumps 69 feet in his Trail City 4x4 modified truck in Round 1 of the Rough Truck competition on Wednesday at the Knox County Fairgrounds. Hess went on to take first place with a time of 43.04. style=

    Hess dominates Rough Truck event

    Jason Hess, from Mount Vernon, jumps 69 feet in his Trail City 4x4 modified truck in Round 1 of the Rough Truck competition on Wednesday at the Knox County Fairgrounds. Hess went on to take first place with a time of 43.04. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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