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  • Henry W. Spaulding II, president of Mount Vernon Nazarene University, addressed the graduates during Saturday’s winter commencement. The Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman served as the commencement speaker. style=

    New president addresses MVNU grads

    Henry W. Spaulding II, president of Mount Vernon Nazarene University, addressed the graduates during Saturday’s winter commencement. The Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman served as the commencement speaker. (Photo by John Seavolt)

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  • This mantle, decorated with bronze and aqua-colored ornaments, candlesticks and goblets, to match the decor of a recently redecorated room in the home Allen and Connie Earnest. Connie said decorations do not have to be Christmas colored to add to the festivities of the season. style=

    Earnest uses artistic eye to help ‘deck the halls’

    This mantle, decorated with bronze and aqua-colored ornaments, candlesticks and goblets, to match the decor of a recently redecorated room in the home Allen and Connie Earnest. Connie said decorations do not have to be Christmas colored to add to the festivities of the season. (Photo by Samantha Scoles)

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  • This candy-themed Christmas tree is the focal point of Christmas decorations at the Earnest home in Apple Valley. Connie Earnest has been collecting ornaments for this tree. style=

    Earnest uses artistic eye to help ‘deck the halls’

    This candy-themed Christmas tree is the focal point of Christmas decorations at the Earnest home in Apple Valley. Connie Earnest has been collecting ornaments for this tree. (Photo by Samantha Scoles)

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  • The line of campers waiting for the opening of the new Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant extended beyond the Big Lots store this morning. They came Sunday night to be the first ones for the opening this morning ,which included free wings for a year to the first 100 people in line. Instead of the regular opening at 11 a.m., the manager told the campers he would open at 10 a.m. style=

    A long wait for free wings

    The line of campers waiting for the opening of the new Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant extended beyond the Big Lots store this morning. They came Sunday night to be the first ones for the opening this morning ,which included free wings for a year to the first 100 people in line. Instead of the regular opening at 11 a.m., the manager told the campers he would open at 10 a.m. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Elder David Hatfield, left, of the local Jehovah’s Witnesses congregation, talks with Gregory Allen from the denomination’s national headquarters in New York in the auditorium of the new Kingdom Hall on Mansfield Road. Allen was the speaker for the facility’s dedication Saturday afternoon. style=

    New Kingdom Hall opens doors

    Elder David Hatfield, left, of the local Jehovah’s Witnesses congregation, talks with Gregory Allen from the denomination’s national headquarters in New York in the auditorium of the new Kingdom Hall on Mansfield Road. Allen was the speaker for the facility’s dedication Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Danville’s Corie Inverso gathers a steal while East Knox’s Ashley Fowler pursues during Saturday’s game. Inverso scored 29 points and had nine steals as the Blue Devils won, 60-44. style=

    Quick start by Blue Devils too much for Bulldogs

    Danville’s Corie Inverso gathers a steal while East Knox’s Ashley Fowler pursues during Saturday’s game. Inverso scored 29 points and had nine steals as the Blue Devils won, 60-44. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • East Knox’s Danielle Totten goes up for the shot while Danville’s Megan Sharp defends during Saturday’s game. The Blue Devils won, 60-44. style=

    Quick start by Blue Devils too much for Bulldogs

    East Knox’s Danielle Totten goes up for the shot while Danville’s Megan Sharp defends during Saturday’s game. The Blue Devils won, 60-44. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Rachel Parks (10) is fouled while attempting a shot during Saturday’s game against Briggs. Mount Vernon’s Sammy Cunningham (21) looks on. style=

    Jackets fall to unbeaten Tri-Valley

    Mount Vernon’s Rachel Parks (10) is fouled while attempting a shot during Saturday’s game against Briggs. Mount Vernon’s Sammy Cunningham (21) looks on. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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