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  • When the fire alarm sounded in Galloway Hall, a female dormitory, at Mount Vernon Nazarene University about 2 p.m. Wednesday these students quickly evacuated. Mount Vernon firefighters traced the alarm to a room refrigerator motor that overheated, causing dust to smoke and activate the fire alarm. Fire Chief Chris Menapace said he was pleased with the university’s evacuation plan that resulted in the students’ quick and safe exit from the building. style=

    MVNU dorm evacuated

    When the fire alarm sounded in Galloway Hall, a female dormitory, at Mount Vernon Nazarene University about 2 p.m. Wednesday these students quickly evacuated. Mount Vernon firefighters traced the alarm to a room refrigerator motor that overheated, causing dust to smoke and activate the fire alarm. Fire Chief Chris Menapace said he was pleased with the university’s evacuation plan that resulted in the students’ quick and safe exit from the building. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Receiving awards at the annual Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month luncheon Wednesday are, front row, Kevin McCament, with his service dog Star, Individual Achievement; second row, from left, Roberta Smith, Support Professional of the Year; Kathy Kasler, Distinguished Service Award; Jen Odenweller, accepting United Way’s Partner of the Year award, and Deanna Hasty, Individual Achievement. Olivia LaViolette was honored as Volunteer of the Year. style=

    Individuals honored by DD board

    Receiving awards at the annual Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month luncheon Wednesday are, front row, Kevin McCament, with his service dog Star, Individual Achievement; second row, from left, Roberta Smith, Support Professional of the Year; Kathy Kasler, Distinguished Service Award; Jen Odenweller, accepting United Way’s Partner of the Year award, and Deanna Hasty, Individual Achievement. Olivia LaViolette was honored as Volunteer of the Year. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Danville’s Andy Payne cuts down the net after his team defeated Africentric, 61-51, to win the Division IV Central District championship game at Columbus Fairgrounds Coliseum on Wednesday. style=

    Blue Devils beat Nubians, claim district title

    Danville’s Andy Payne cuts down the net after his team defeated Africentric, 61-51, to win the Division IV Central District championship game at Columbus Fairgrounds Coliseum on Wednesday. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Danville senior Chris Severns (32) goes up for a shot while Africentric center Ulmer Manzie (34) and guard Kenny Robinson (32) defend during Wednesday’s Division IV district final. Danville’s Austin Hazen (33) looks on. The Blue Devils won, 61-51.  Geoff Cowles style=

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    Danville senior Chris Severns (32) goes up for a shot while Africentric center Ulmer Manzie (34) and guard Kenny Robinson (32) defend during Wednesday’s Division IV district final. Danville’s Austin Hazen (33) looks on. The Blue Devils won, 61-51. Geoff Cowles (Photo by Blue Devils beat Nubians, claim district title)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Hannah King is one of the seniors slated to play at the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase at Mount Vernon High School on Monday, March 18. style=

    Senior Showcase rosters announced

    Mount Vernon’s Hannah King is one of the seniors slated to play at the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase at Mount Vernon High School on Monday, March 18. (Photo by News File Photo)

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  • Highland’s Shawn Beltz is one of the seniors slated to play at the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase at Mount Vernon High School on Monday, March 18. style=

    Senior Showcase rosters announced

    Highland’s Shawn Beltz is one of the seniors slated to play at the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase at Mount Vernon High School on Monday, March 18. (Photo by News File Photo)

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