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  • St. Vincent de Paul students dressed as their favorite storybook character Wednesday as part of the school’s Catholic Schools Week activities. Pictured are, from  left, Skippy John Jones, aka Jackson Mentzer, grade three; Nutcracker ballet dancer, Hailey Frazeť, grade two; Snow White, Audrey Auchard, grade three; Red Riding Hood, Annet John, kindergarten; Thing 1, Kira Bielecki, grade six; and Halt, Patrick Ziegman, grade eight. style=

    Religion, education work hand-in-hand at St. Vincent

    St. Vincent de Paul students dressed as their favorite storybook character Wednesday as part of the school’s Catholic Schools Week activities. Pictured are, from left, Skippy John Jones, aka Jackson Mentzer, grade three; Nutcracker ballet dancer, Hailey Frazeť, grade two; Snow White, Audrey Auchard, grade three; Red Riding Hood, Annet John, kindergarten; Thing 1, Kira Bielecki, grade six; and Halt, Patrick Ziegman, grade eight. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Lisa Rutter, center, receive a certificate for winning the Heritage Centre Assocation’s Rubber Duck Derby. The first place prize was a two-year lease on a Ford Focus. Rutter took the $3,000 cash option. Also pictured is Carrie Crouch, left downtown manager and Ryan Sponsler, general sales manager of Donley Ford of Mount Vernon. style=

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    Lisa Rutter, center, receive a certificate for winning the Heritage Centre Assocation’s Rubber Duck Derby. The first place prize was a two-year lease on a Ford Focus. Rutter took the $3,000 cash option. Also pictured is Carrie Crouch, left downtown manager and Ryan Sponsler, general sales manager of Donley Ford of Mount Vernon. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Life for Tom McLarnan, seated, and his wife Debbie changed dramatically when he developed symptoms of Pick’s disease, a form of dementia. style=

    Pick’s disease diagnosis changes life for McLarnan family

    Life for Tom McLarnan, seated, and his wife Debbie changed dramatically when he developed symptoms of Pick’s disease, a form of dementia. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Bob Yun, right, of the Loudonville-Mohican Visitors & Convention Bureau describes the popularity of the waterways in the Mohican area during a dedication ceremony for the Mohican River Water Trail. style=

    Mohican River Water Trail dedicated at Brinkhaven

    Bob Yun, right, of the Loudonville-Mohican Visitors & Convention Bureau describes the popularity of the waterways in the Mohican area during a dedication ceremony for the Mohican River Water Trail. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Mount Vernon defenders Matt Lybarger, center, and Tommy Queen halted Watkins Memorial’s offense down the stretch last week. style=

    MV prepares for OCC champs at Homecoming

    Mount Vernon defenders Matt Lybarger, center, and Tommy Queen halted Watkins Memorial’s offense down the stretch last week. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon High School senior Lilly McBride, seated on left, is the 2012 Homecoming Queen for this weekend’s festivities. The Homecoming court includes, seated, seniors Sierra Moss, center, and Katie Arden. Their escorts are, kneeling from left, Matthew Christopher, Eric Ashbrook and Sam Metcalf. Standing are the underclass attendants. From left, Anne Baldwin and Emily Nussbaum, juniors; Danaye Nixon and Olivia Briggs, sophomores; and Michelle Silverwood and Lexi Brown, freshmen. style=

    Mount Vernon Homecoming court

    Mount Vernon High School senior Lilly McBride, seated on left, is the 2012 Homecoming Queen for this weekend’s festivities. The Homecoming court includes, seated, seniors Sierra Moss, center, and Katie Arden. Their escorts are, kneeling from left, Matthew Christopher, Eric Ashbrook and Sam Metcalf. Standing are the underclass attendants. From left, Anne Baldwin and Emily Nussbaum, juniors; Danaye Nixon and Olivia Briggs, sophomores; and Michelle Silverwood and Lexi Brown, freshmen. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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