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  • Danville sophomore Melissa Mickley (30) spikes the ball past Mount Gilead senior Caitlyn Everhart while Danville’s Kaelin Clement (7) looks on during Saturday’s match. The Blue Devils won in three sets. style=

    Danville volleyball sweeps Indians

    Danville sophomore Melissa Mickley (30) spikes the ball past Mount Gilead senior Caitlyn Everhart while Danville’s Kaelin Clement (7) looks on during Saturday’s match. The Blue Devils won in three sets. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • AMVETS’ Paul Smith, right, avoids the tag of Eagles third baseman Garritt Robberts while sliding into third in the fourth inning of Wednesday’s game. style=

    Little League: AMVETS, Eagles in classic

    AMVETS’ Paul Smith, right, avoids the tag of Eagles third baseman Garritt Robberts while sliding into third in the fourth inning of Wednesday’s game. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • New windows install in the old gym let natural light into the YMCA’s new Fitness Center where members enjoy cardio and weight training equipment. style=

    YMCA looks to reconnect with community

    New windows install in the old gym let natural light into the YMCA’s new Fitness Center where members enjoy cardio and weight training equipment. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Fredericktown Police Department and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office confiscated over 70 marijuana plants from a corn field south of Fredericktown on Saturday. The plants were bagged by, from left, Lt. Jay Sheffer, FPD; deputies Dan Bobo and Scott Baker, KCSO. Sgt. Al Dexter, KCSO, also participated in the harvest. style=

    Eye in sky spies pot in corn field

    Fredericktown Police Department and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office confiscated over 70 marijuana plants from a corn field south of Fredericktown on Saturday. The plants were bagged by, from left, Lt. Jay Sheffer, FPD; deputies Dan Bobo and Scott Baker, KCSO. Sgt. Al Dexter, KCSO, also participated in the harvest. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Brett Dixon and Megan Smith herd cattle into a barn Sunday morning at the Dick and Marilyn Litzenberg farm. The cattle have been relocated for the winter as Missouri suffers from extreme drought. style=

    Drought relocates Missouri cattle to Knox County

    Brett Dixon and Megan Smith herd cattle into a barn Sunday morning at the Dick and Marilyn Litzenberg farm. The cattle have been relocated for the winter as Missouri suffers from extreme drought. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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