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  • New board members of the United Way of Knox County are recognized at the board’s February 19 meeting. In front, from left, are board members Pam Rose, Prema Samhat, Jane Marlow and Phyllis Cology. In back, from left, president Steve Oster congratulates campaign chairman Bill Levering. Also standing are Mike Hebenthal, Dr. Henry Spaulding, and David Bilenko. style=

    United Way elects officers, welcomes new board

    New board members of the United Way of Knox County are recognized at the board’s February 19 meeting. In front, from left, are board members Pam Rose, Prema Samhat, Jane Marlow and Phyllis Cology. In back, from left, president Steve Oster congratulates campaign chairman Bill Levering. Also standing are Mike Hebenthal, Dr. Henry Spaulding, and David Bilenko. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Dennis Shinaberry surveys the ewes in his barn in Fredericktown. His family has been farming in Knox County for over a century. style=

    Shinaberry continues family’s farming tradition

    Dennis Shinaberry surveys the ewes in his barn in Fredericktown. His family has been farming in Knox County for over a century. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Raquel Gonzalez, left, and Sienna Gerdeman, right, receive the Be Your Best Self Award finalist scholarships. Gonzalez represents West Montgomery County and Gerdeman represents Northern Putnam County. Both received a $350 scholarship. style=

    Scholarships up for grabs as DYW takes stage

    Raquel Gonzalez, left, and Sienna Gerdeman, right, receive the Be Your Best Self Award finalist scholarships. Gonzalez represents West Montgomery County and Gerdeman represents Northern Putnam County. Both received a $350 scholarship. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Julia Shappert of Pickaway County, left, receives the Overall Be Your Best Self Award scholarship and takes home a $500 scholarship. Haley Snyder of Northern Allen County, receives the Spirit Award and a $500 scholarship. style=

    Scholarships up for grabs as DYW takes stage

    Julia Shappert of Pickaway County, left, receives the Overall Be Your Best Self Award scholarship and takes home a $500 scholarship. Haley Snyder of Northern Allen County, receives the Spirit Award and a $500 scholarship. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Centerburg’s sophomore Jared Pack, back, hoists Dalton Nolte of St. Clairsville during their opening-round 160-pound match at the Division III Central District wrestling tournament on Friday. Pack won, 8-4. style=

    No local wrestlers unscathed in Div. III

    Centerburg’s sophomore Jared Pack, back, hoists Dalton Nolte of St. Clairsville during their opening-round 160-pound match at the Division III Central District wrestling tournament on Friday. Pack won, 8-4. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Highland’s Jeremy Johnson, left, stretches out his opponent, Andre Gibbons of East, during their 170-pound Division II District wrestling match Friday at Heath. Johnson went on to post a 10-8 victory. style=

    Johnson shines at D-II districts

    Highland’s Jeremy Johnson, left, stretches out his opponent, Andre Gibbons of East, during their 170-pound Division II District wrestling match Friday at Heath. Johnson went on to post a 10-8 victory. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Utica’s Dillon Fletcher, right, tries to gain control of River Valley’s Samuel Grashel during their 120-pound Division II District wrestling match Friday at Heath. Fletcher dropped a 12-5 decision. style=

    Johnson shines at D-II districts

    Utica’s Dillon Fletcher, right, tries to gain control of River Valley’s Samuel Grashel during their 120-pound Division II District wrestling match Friday at Heath. Fletcher dropped a 12-5 decision. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Fredericktown’s Cameron Snyder (113) defends against an attack from Alex Timko of St. Clairesville in the opening round of the Division III Central District wrestling tournament at Philo Junior High School on Friday. Timko won the match, 7-3. style=

    No local wrestlers unscathed in Div. III

    Fredericktown’s Cameron Snyder (113) defends against an attack from Alex Timko of St. Clairesville in the opening round of the Division III Central District wrestling tournament at Philo Junior High School on Friday. Timko won the match, 7-3. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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