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  • Knox Community Hospital’s cardiovascular physician Cindy Baker describes peripheral vascular disease to the couples attending the Go Red lunch. style=

    Go Red celebrates couples and hearts

    Knox Community Hospital’s cardiovascular physician Cindy Baker describes peripheral vascular disease to the couples attending the Go Red lunch. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • The late Julie Cochran, Judge John Fisher and attorney Weston Miller were named to the Fredericktown High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Honor Friday. Mickey Cochran, left, accepted on behalf of his sister, and was joined for the ceremonies by Judge Fisher, center, and Miller. style=

    Fredericktown adds three to Hall of Honor

    The late Julie Cochran, Judge John Fisher and attorney Weston Miller were named to the Fredericktown High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Honor Friday. Mickey Cochran, left, accepted on behalf of his sister, and was joined for the ceremonies by Judge Fisher, center, and Miller. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Mount Vernon senior Seth Badger tries to score from underneath while New Albany’s Jalen Rhea (14) and Jack Serbin (24) defend during Friday’s game. New Albany won, 50-31. style=

    Jackets crushed by Eagles in final home game

    Mount Vernon senior Seth Badger tries to score from underneath while New Albany’s Jalen Rhea (14) and Jack Serbin (24) defend during Friday’s game. New Albany won, 50-31. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Art Cassell, center, was honored during halftime of Friday’s boys basketball game between New Albany and Mount Vernon. Cassell, 85, sold tickets for Yellow Jacket football and basketball games from 1955 until his retirement in 2011. He taught math at Mount Vernon until 1985, then worked at The Ohio State University’s Mansfield and Newark campuses at night. He began selling tickets as a student at Michigan State in 1949. Cassell was honored at midcourt by MVHS activities dirctor Mark Shively, left, and assistant activities director Lynn Apple style=

    Longtime Yellow Jacket honored

    Art Cassell, center, was honored during halftime of Friday’s boys basketball game between New Albany and Mount Vernon. Cassell, 85, sold tickets for Yellow Jacket football and basketball games from 1955 until his retirement in 2011. He taught math at Mount Vernon until 1985, then worked at The Ohio State University’s Mansfield and Newark campuses at night. He began selling tickets as a student at Michigan State in 1949. Cassell was honored at midcourt by MVHS activities dirctor Mark Shively, left, and assistant activities director Lynn Apple (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Fredericktown senior Ryan Logan (12) glides through the lane toward the basket during a Mid-Buckeye Conference game with visiting East Knox on Friday. Defending on the play for the Bulldogs are Bobby Cornwall, left, Taylor Moser, right, and Kiyann Wright (10). Logan poured in 26 points to lead the Freddies to a 68-44 victory. style=

    Freddies wrap up season with win

    Fredericktown senior Ryan Logan (12) glides through the lane toward the basket during a Mid-Buckeye Conference game with visiting East Knox on Friday. Defending on the play for the Bulldogs are Bobby Cornwall, left, Taylor Moser, right, and Kiyann Wright (10). Logan poured in 26 points to lead the Freddies to a 68-44 victory. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Fredericktown’s Kirk Manns (13) puts up a shot over East Knox defender Chase Henthorn during their game Friday at Fredericktown. Looking on is Fredericktown’s Nash Cunningham (21). style=

    Freddies wrap up season with win

    Fredericktown’s Kirk Manns (13) puts up a shot over East Knox defender Chase Henthorn during their game Friday at Fredericktown. Looking on is Fredericktown’s Nash Cunningham (21). (Photo by Fred Main)

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