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  • Thursday was a “Junk to Treasure” workshop at The Station Break as seniors were making decorative items from scrap to donate to churches or other local groups. Making some Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day themed table centerpieces during the workshop are, from left, Sonja Shaw, Joyce Frazee and Connie Mercier. style=

    Station Break provides many services to seniors

    Thursday was a “Junk to Treasure” workshop at The Station Break as seniors were making decorative items from scrap to donate to churches or other local groups. Making some Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day themed table centerpieces during the workshop are, from left, Sonja Shaw, Joyce Frazee and Connie Mercier. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Fredericktown’s Hope Huvler (24) and Kayla Casto strip the ball away from Cardington’s Summer Morgan during Thursday’s game. The Freddies won, 59-36. style=

    Fast start propels Freddies past Pirates

    Fredericktown’s Hope Huvler (24) and Kayla Casto strip the ball away from Cardington’s Summer Morgan during Thursday’s game. The Freddies won, 59-36. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Kevin Carver, interim Licking County EMA director, stands in what will be the new 9-1-1 call center in a building now being renovated. It will also house the two sheriff’s office dispatchers. style=

    Many variations in running 9-1-1 centers

    Kevin Carver, interim Licking County EMA director, stands in what will be the new 9-1-1 call center in a building now being renovated. It will also house the two sheriff’s office dispatchers. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Kevin Carver, interim director of Licking County’s Emergency Management Agency, looks over the tight quarters of the current 9-1-1 call center. It has stations for four dispatchers, with another back-up station. The center will move this summer to a new location, which will also house two dispatchers from the Licking County Sheriff’s Office. style=

    Many variations in running 9-1-1 centers

    Kevin Carver, interim director of Licking County’s Emergency Management Agency, looks over the tight quarters of the current 9-1-1 call center. It has stations for four dispatchers, with another back-up station. The center will move this summer to a new location, which will also house two dispatchers from the Licking County Sheriff’s Office. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Knox County Career Center students did well in the Region IV BPA competition held Jan. 31. Qualifying for state competition are, from left, Brett Valrance, Brittany Jackson, Ricki Rhea, Lisa DeVore, Sheena Oakes, Renee DuMont, Erica Baumgartner, Kevin Williams, Cat Stone and Aaron Dickerson. style=

    KCCC does well in regional BPA contest

    Knox County Career Center students did well in the Region IV BPA competition held Jan. 31. Qualifying for state competition are, from left, Brett Valrance, Brittany Jackson, Ricki Rhea, Lisa DeVore, Sheena Oakes, Renee DuMont, Erica Baumgartner, Kevin Williams, Cat Stone and Aaron Dickerson. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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