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  • The top of this old cement culvert on Johnstown Road just south of Bangs has deteriorated and so the Knox County Highway Department is placing a 48-inch plastic pipe inside and filling in around it with cement. County worker Lynn Morningstar is pictured clearing out the old rebar as he worked on the project Tuesday. style=

    Replacing a culvert

    The top of this old cement culvert on Johnstown Road just south of Bangs has deteriorated and so the Knox County Highway Department is placing a 48-inch plastic pipe inside and filling in around it with cement. County worker Lynn Morningstar is pictured clearing out the old rebar as he worked on the project Tuesday. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Kenyon employees and their supporters walked from Middle Path to the Finn House to remind members of the Maintenance Management Advisory Panel that the group believes it has valid ideas that could save the college money without the need to outsource their jobs.  style=

    Kenyon union still upset about outsourcing

    Kenyon employees and their supporters walked from Middle Path to the Finn House to remind members of the Maintenance Management Advisory Panel that the group believes it has valid ideas that could save the college money without the need to outsource their jobs. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • The first sections for the new Rolls-Royce modular office building, at the northwest corner of Sandusky and West Chesnut streets, were lifted in place by a crane Tuesday afternoon. The 52 modules will take about 10 days to erect. Interior work is expected to start on Sept. 4. style=

    New Rolls-Royce building taking shape

    The first sections for the new Rolls-Royce modular office building, at the northwest corner of Sandusky and West Chesnut streets, were lifted in place by a crane Tuesday afternoon. The 52 modules will take about 10 days to erect. Interior work is expected to start on Sept. 4. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • The Kokosing Construction Co. started paving the new traffic lane on Coshocton Avenue on Tuesday afternoon. Traffic will be switched to this lane when Kokosing starts to grind off the old pavement so the complete width can be resurfaced. Until then, Coshocton Avenue, between O’Reilly Auto Parts and Center Street will be maintained on one lane of traffic. style=

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    The Kokosing Construction Co. started paving the new traffic lane on Coshocton Avenue on Tuesday afternoon. Traffic will be switched to this lane when Kokosing starts to grind off the old pavement so the complete width can be resurfaced. Until then, Coshocton Avenue, between O’Reilly Auto Parts and Center Street will be maintained on one lane of traffic. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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