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  • Construction crews were working double duty on Mount Vernon Avenue on Monday. The old pavement was ripped up and the paving machine laid down fresh asphalt in a quick turnaround. Paving is expected to be finished by Friday. style=

    Paving Mount Vernon Avenue

    Construction crews were working double duty on Mount Vernon Avenue on Monday. The old pavement was ripped up and the paving machine laid down fresh asphalt in a quick turnaround. Paving is expected to be finished by Friday. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Area fourth-graders try singing in the Be-Bop/Scat style during a recent American Jazz Experience held at Memorial Theater. style=

    Fourth-graders get musical history tour

    Area fourth-graders try singing in the Be-Bop/Scat style during a recent American Jazz Experience held at Memorial Theater. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Highland’s Macy Winkelfoos (1) hits the ball past Pleasant’s Autumn Snider (15) while Brittany Davis (16) and Kayla Briley look on during Monday’s match.  style=

    Scots fall

    Highland’s Macy Winkelfoos (1) hits the ball past Pleasant’s Autumn Snider (15) while Brittany Davis (16) and Kayla Briley look on during Monday’s match. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon resident Hank Antill, 74, recently swam his 2,000th mile at the YMCA in Mount Vernon. style=

    Heart attack survivor reaches swimming milestone

    Mount Vernon resident Hank Antill, 74, recently swam his 2,000th mile at the YMCA in Mount Vernon. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • One of three East Knox High School senior girls will be names 2012 homecoming queen in a ceremony before the Northridge football game Friday evening. Front row, from left, are seniors Erika Wood, Bridget Dennis and Morgan Groom. Standing from left are junior attendants Kiana Snyder and Cierra Marshall; sophomore attendants Olivia Durbin and Tessa Bordenkircher; and freshmen attendants Alyssa Clayton and Roni Nichols. style=

    East Knox Homecoming court

    One of three East Knox High School senior girls will be names 2012 homecoming queen in a ceremony before the Northridge football game Friday evening. Front row, from left, are seniors Erika Wood, Bridget Dennis and Morgan Groom. Standing from left are junior attendants Kiana Snyder and Cierra Marshall; sophomore attendants Olivia Durbin and Tessa Bordenkircher; and freshmen attendants Alyssa Clayton and Roni Nichols. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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