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  • Amber Pilotti, left, and her attorney, Jay Nixon, listed to Judge Otho Eyster during Pilotti’s arraignment this morning on two counts of aggravated arson in a house fire Feb. 14 on Shirley Avenue.  style=

    Bond set for Lang, Pilotti on arson charges

    Amber Pilotti, left, and her attorney, Jay Nixon, listed to Judge Otho Eyster during Pilotti’s arraignment this morning on two counts of aggravated arson in a house fire Feb. 14 on Shirley Avenue. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Icy sidewalks were a hazard this morning and found Linda Burdette inching along with tiny steps on West Vine Street on her way to work at the First-Knox National Bank. She was holding the scarf over her nose to not breathe the frosty 28-degree air. style=

    A slippery walk to work

    Icy sidewalks were a hazard this morning and found Linda Burdette inching along with tiny steps on West Vine Street on her way to work at the First-Knox National Bank. She was holding the scarf over her nose to not breathe the frosty 28-degree air. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • The judges for the 2013 Distinguished Young Woman of the year scholarship program arrived in Mount Vernon on Thursday afternoon. From left is Lea Mack Compton, 1991 Ohio Junior Miss and second runnerup to America’s Junior Miss; Tanya Kosc, Ohio Junior Miss, 1992; Kathy Bosko Reed, 1973 Ohio Junior Miss; Nancy Clum, 1978 Allen County Junior Miss and first runnerup to Ohio Junior Miss; and Kathleen Voss, 2007 Ohio Junior Miss. The program runs tonight at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Memorial Theater style=

    Judges are ready for program

    The judges for the 2013 Distinguished Young Woman of the year scholarship program arrived in Mount Vernon on Thursday afternoon. From left is Lea Mack Compton, 1991 Ohio Junior Miss and second runnerup to America’s Junior Miss; Tanya Kosc, Ohio Junior Miss, 1992; Kathy Bosko Reed, 1973 Ohio Junior Miss; Nancy Clum, 1978 Allen County Junior Miss and first runnerup to Ohio Junior Miss; and Kathleen Voss, 2007 Ohio Junior Miss. The program runs tonight at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Memorial Theater (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Pausing a moment to chat during the Soroptimist International’s Distinguished Young Women luncheon Thursday at The Alcove are front row, from left, Mount Vernon Soroptimist chapter president Sally Wright, Soroptimist member Carolyn Gray and DYW host mom Linda Spurgeon. Back row, DYW contestants Molly Frazier of Northern Richland County, Stephanie Lamoreau of Central Allen County, Keeley Watkins of Southern Delaware County, Blake Radabaugh of Vinton County and Taylor Carmer of Licking County. style=

    Soroptimist chapter promotes women at DYW luncheon

    Pausing a moment to chat during the Soroptimist International’s Distinguished Young Women luncheon Thursday at The Alcove are front row, from left, Mount Vernon Soroptimist chapter president Sally Wright, Soroptimist member Carolyn Gray and DYW host mom Linda Spurgeon. Back row, DYW contestants Molly Frazier of Northern Richland County, Stephanie Lamoreau of Central Allen County, Keeley Watkins of Southern Delaware County, Blake Radabaugh of Vinton County and Taylor Carmer of Licking County. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Centerburg senior Stacy Fielding (25) goes up for a shot while Pleasant defenders attempt a block in the fourth period of Thursday’s Division III sectional final. The Spartans won, 41-34. style=

    Spartans end Trojans’ season

    Centerburg senior Stacy Fielding (25) goes up for a shot while Pleasant defenders attempt a block in the fourth period of Thursday’s Division III sectional final. The Spartans won, 41-34. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Fredericktown’s Katie Ruhl (3) goes for a first-quarter layup while Bloom-Carroll’s Abby Grover (23) defends during Thursday’s sectional final. The Freddies won, 40-16. style=

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    Fredericktown’s Katie Ruhl (3) goes for a first-quarter layup while Bloom-Carroll’s Abby Grover (23) defends during Thursday’s sectional final. The Freddies won, 40-16. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Centerburg senior Lindsey Daniels looks to pass inside while Pleasant’s Kayla Briley defends during Thursday’s Division III sectional championship. The Spartans won, 41-34. style=

    Spartans end Trojans’ season

    Centerburg senior Lindsey Daniels looks to pass inside while Pleasant’s Kayla Briley defends during Thursday’s Division III sectional championship. The Spartans won, 41-34. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Fredericktown’s Emily Williams (35) blocks a layup attempt from Bloom-Carroll’s Bethany Winkler (5) in Wednesday’s Division III sectional final. The Freddies won, 40-16. style=

    Defense leads Freddies to sectional title

    Fredericktown’s Emily Williams (35) blocks a layup attempt from Bloom-Carroll’s Bethany Winkler (5) in Wednesday’s Division III sectional final. The Freddies won, 40-16. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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