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  • A Mount Vernon High School band member plays the cymbals during a pregame song before Friday’s home game against Watkins Memorial. style=

    Bailey’s 17 points propel Jackets to easy win

    A Mount Vernon High School band member plays the cymbals during a pregame song before Friday’s home game against Watkins Memorial. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Utica’s Josh Dassylva tries to get through the defense of Danville’s Ridge Durbin (hidden) and Chris Severns (32) during their Mid-Buckeye Conference boys basketball game Friday at Danville. The Redskins rallied to win, 44-38. style=

    Utica responds from slow start

    Utica’s Josh Dassylva tries to get through the defense of Danville’s Ridge Durbin (hidden) and Chris Severns (32) during their Mid-Buckeye Conference boys basketball game Friday at Danville. The Redskins rallied to win, 44-38. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Fredericktown’s Ryan Logan (12) scores past Loudonville’s Tyler Book (35) during Friday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game. style=

    Freddies soar past Redbirds, 58-31

    Fredericktown’s Ryan Logan (12) scores past Loudonville’s Tyler Book (35) during Friday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Centenarian Fred Hoffman was presented with a certificate of appreciation for his World War II service by Kevin Henthorn, Director of the Knox County Veterans Services Office, on Friday. Mr. Hoffman was born in Utica on Dec. 14, 1912, and celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends.   style=

    Hoffman hits century mark with a smile

    Centenarian Fred Hoffman was presented with a certificate of appreciation for his World War II service by Kevin Henthorn, Director of the Knox County Veterans Services Office, on Friday. Mr. Hoffman was born in Utica on Dec. 14, 1912, and celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends. (Photo by Bill Amick)

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  • Mount Vernon High School students collected over $4,000 in cash and gifts to present to The Salvation Army for Christmas gifts to the needy. SA Capt. Jonathan Jackson told the students, “This is my first Christmas in Knox County and I am floored by your generosity.” The annual drive was lead by the National Honor Society students. style=

    Giving tree

    Mount Vernon High School students collected over $4,000 in cash and gifts to present to The Salvation Army for Christmas gifts to the needy. SA Capt. Jonathan Jackson told the students, “This is my first Christmas in Knox County and I am floored by your generosity.” The annual drive was lead by the National Honor Society students. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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