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  • Scott Rupert, left, talks with Knox County residents about his campaign bid for U.S. Senate, Monday night. He is pictured with Josh Harris at Sips. style=

    Senate hopeful Scott Rupert speaks with local residents

    Scott Rupert, left, talks with Knox County residents about his campaign bid for U.S. Senate, Monday night. He is pictured with Josh Harris at Sips. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • The overall winner in the arts and crafts judging on Saturday for the 2012 Knox County Fair was Loretta Beachy with her crocheted baby set. Beachy took Best of Show in the Needlework/Sewing division and was then selected as the overall winner among five different classes. Her winning entry won her a $20 gift certificate on top of her winning ribbons. The overall winner was selected by judges for the award given by the Bernice Butler family in memory of her 40-plus years of participation at the Knox County Fair. style=

    Fair exhibits show many talents of county residents

    The overall winner in the arts and crafts judging on Saturday for the 2012 Knox County Fair was Loretta Beachy with her crocheted baby set. Beachy took Best of Show in the Needlework/Sewing division and was then selected as the overall winner among five different classes. Her winning entry won her a $20 gift certificate on top of her winning ribbons. The overall winner was selected by judges for the award given by the Bernice Butler family in memory of her 40-plus years of participation at the Knox County Fair. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Mount Vernon wide receiver Colton Walker, left, is covered by safety Brandon Porter during a drill in Monday’s football practice. Porter’s role on the team has evolved over the past two seasons, and he finally is ready to settle into a primary position. style=

    New hope as high school football starts

    Mount Vernon wide receiver Colton Walker, left, is covered by safety Brandon Porter during a drill in Monday’s football practice. Porter’s role on the team has evolved over the past two seasons, and he finally is ready to settle into a primary position. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon head football coach Anthony Naples, left, watches as Levi Hall takes down a tackling dummy during Monday’s practice. Monday was the first full day of practice for Ohio high school football. style=

    New hope as high school football starts

    Mount Vernon head football coach Anthony Naples, left, watches as Levi Hall takes down a tackling dummy during Monday’s practice. Monday was the first full day of practice for Ohio high school football. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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