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  • Knox Learning Center student Tyler Brown, left, and Habitat for Humanity of Knox County volunteer Jim Lenthe do interior finishing work on a Habitat House in Apple Valley. Applications are being accepted for the next Habitat House, to be constructed on Cottage Street in 2013. Interested potential homeowners can apply for participation on the Habitat website — hfhknoxoh.org — or leave a message at the Habitat office: 740-393-1434. Individuals interested in volunteering to help build, work in the office or serve in the Habitat Restore are encouraged to call the number as well. style=

    Finishing up work on Habitat House

    Knox Learning Center student Tyler Brown, left, and Habitat for Humanity of Knox County volunteer Jim Lenthe do interior finishing work on a Habitat House in Apple Valley. Applications are being accepted for the next Habitat House, to be constructed on Cottage Street in 2013. Interested potential homeowners can apply for participation on the Habitat website — hfhknoxoh.org — or leave a message at the Habitat office: 740-393-1434. Individuals interested in volunteering to help build, work in the office or serve in the Habitat Restore are encouraged to call the number as well. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • From left, Lisa Blubaugh, Shoppe at the Woodward manager; Cheryl McKee, Local Foods Manager; and Sandy Crow of the Woodward Development Corp., look forward to moving the Shoppe at the Woodward. The Shoppe will move just one door south to share the location with the new Local Food Market. style=

    Local food market to be part of downtown

    From left, Lisa Blubaugh, Shoppe at the Woodward manager; Cheryl McKee, Local Foods Manager; and Sandy Crow of the Woodward Development Corp., look forward to moving the Shoppe at the Woodward. The Shoppe will move just one door south to share the location with the new Local Food Market. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • The Touch of Grace home health care provider, 809 Coshocton Ave., Suite B,  was host to the Knox County Chamber of Commerce open house Tuesday, celebrating its 10th anniversary and its new location. Pictured in the ribbon cutting are, from left, Bruce Hawkins, president Mount Vernon City Council; Mayor Richard Mavis; Carol Grubaugh, Chamber executive director; Carolyn Crowe, co-founder and owner of Touch of Grace and Loretta Darr, nursing coordinator. style=

    Open house

    The Touch of Grace home health care provider, 809 Coshocton Ave., Suite B, was host to the Knox County Chamber of Commerce open house Tuesday, celebrating its 10th anniversary and its new location. Pictured in the ribbon cutting are, from left, Bruce Hawkins, president Mount Vernon City Council; Mayor Richard Mavis; Carol Grubaugh, Chamber executive director; Carolyn Crowe, co-founder and owner of Touch of Grace and Loretta Darr, nursing coordinator. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers, Samantha Sharpe, right, and Coby Holloway measure off distances of this crash Tuesday afternoon on Johnstown Road at Simmons Church Road. style=

    Two injured in Johnstown Road crash

    Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers, Samantha Sharpe, right, and Coby Holloway measure off distances of this crash Tuesday afternoon on Johnstown Road at Simmons Church Road. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Highland’s Heather Thacker spikes the ball in the first set of Tuesday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference clash with Elgin. The Rockets won in five. style=

    Scots lose close one on Senior Night

    Highland’s Heather Thacker spikes the ball in the first set of Tuesday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference clash with Elgin. The Rockets won in five. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Highland’s Marlese Ferguson, left, prepares to return a serve while teammates Abby Garcia (5) and Kam Terry look on during Tuesday’s home match against Elgin. The Rockets won in five.  style=

    Scots lose close one on Senior Night

    Highland’s Marlese Ferguson, left, prepares to return a serve while teammates Abby Garcia (5) and Kam Terry look on during Tuesday’s home match against Elgin. The Rockets won in five. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Chase Springer reacts after missing a putt on the 18th green at Apple Valley Golf Course in the Division I Central District tournament on Tuesday. style=

    Jackets have rough outing at districts

    Mount Vernon’s Chase Springer reacts after missing a putt on the 18th green at Apple Valley Golf Course in the Division I Central District tournament on Tuesday. (Photo by Fred Main)

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