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  • Most of the “debate” at the Community Town Hall on Tuesday night, sponsored by the Knox County Democratic Women, occurred in the race for state representative between incumbent Republican Margaret Ann Ruhl and John Ryerson. Ruhl, shown here answering a question, and Ryerson, an attorney from Gambier, found numerous subjects on which to disagree. style=

    Candidates disagree on variety of topics

    Most of the “debate” at the Community Town Hall on Tuesday night, sponsored by the Knox County Democratic Women, occurred in the race for state representative between incumbent Republican Margaret Ann Ruhl and John Ryerson. Ruhl, shown here answering a question, and Ryerson, an attorney from Gambier, found numerous subjects on which to disagree. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Students walk to school at Fredericktown this morning. Today is National Walk to School Day, a day created to raise awareness for the need for walkable communities. style=

    National Walk to School Day celebrated

    Students walk to school at Fredericktown this morning. Today is National Walk to School Day, a day created to raise awareness for the need for walkable communities. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • This home owned by George Ellis at 123 Quarry St. has been approved by the Dilapidated Buildings Commission as one to be demolished. style=

    Dilapidated Buildings Commission approves further demolitions

    This home owned by George Ellis at 123 Quarry St. has been approved by the Dilapidated Buildings Commission as one to be demolished. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Brandon Moore will share his experience since being shot in the leg at Saturday morning’s  Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. style=

    Shooting could lead Moore to his calling

    Brandon Moore will share his experience since being shot in the leg at Saturday morning’s Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Katie Arden (1) stands up and cheers for her team during the fourth set of Tuesday’s home match against Big Walnut. The Yellow Jackets won in five.  style=

    Jackets down Big Walnut in 5-set thriller

    Mount Vernon’s Katie Arden (1) stands up and cheers for her team during the fourth set of Tuesday’s home match against Big Walnut. The Yellow Jackets won in five. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Lucas Zambori (21) kicks the ball past Olentangy’s Jake Mazzeo during Tuesday’s Ohio Capital Conference match. The Braves won, 4-0. style=

    Yellow Jackets blanked by Braves

    Mount Vernon’s Lucas Zambori (21) kicks the ball past Olentangy’s Jake Mazzeo during Tuesday’s Ohio Capital Conference match. The Braves won, 4-0. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Danville libero Megan Bice (3) bumps the ball while teammate Monica Honabarger looks on during Tuesday’s home match against East Knox. The Blue Devils won in four sets. style=

    Blue Devils hold off pesky Bulldogs

    Danville libero Megan Bice (3) bumps the ball while teammate Monica Honabarger looks on during Tuesday’s home match against East Knox. The Blue Devils won in four sets. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Shaharra Sanders, right, spikes the ball past Big Walnut’s Natalie Chatterton (21) and Morgan Alley (1) during Tuesday’s Ohio Capital Conference match. Looking on are Mount Vernon’s Melissa Hall (9) and Katelyn Dufur (10). style=

    Jackets down Big Walnut in 5-set thriller

    Mount Vernon’s Shaharra Sanders, right, spikes the ball past Big Walnut’s Natalie Chatterton (21) and Morgan Alley (1) during Tuesday’s Ohio Capital Conference match. Looking on are Mount Vernon’s Melissa Hall (9) and Katelyn Dufur (10). (Photo by Bill Davis)

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