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  • The Centerburg Heart of Ohio Women’s Club opened the doors to the Centerburg Church of Christ on Saturday to allow girls from Central Ohio high schools to pick out a free prom dress and all the accessories. style=

    Say Yes to the Dress brings fashion forward

    The Centerburg Heart of Ohio Women’s Club opened the doors to the Centerburg Church of Christ on Saturday to allow girls from Central Ohio high schools to pick out a free prom dress and all the accessories. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Rebecca Russell, an East Knox senior, chooses a yellow dress for prom. Her mother, Melinda Amheiser, back right, offers advise about the neckline, while her friend Haley Shipley looks on. style=

    Say Yes to the Dress brings fashion forward

    Rebecca Russell, an East Knox senior, chooses a yellow dress for prom. Her mother, Melinda Amheiser, back right, offers advise about the neckline, while her friend Haley Shipley looks on. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Seana Neville, Mount Vernon, is happy to be the girl going home with this much coveted pink and black dress at the “Say Yes to the Dress” boutique Saturday. A number of girls had their eye on the dress and hoped Neville was going to choose a different dress. style=

    Say Yes to the Dress brings fashion forward

    Seana Neville, Mount Vernon, is happy to be the girl going home with this much coveted pink and black dress at the “Say Yes to the Dress” boutique Saturday. A number of girls had their eye on the dress and hoped Neville was going to choose a different dress. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Knox County Highway Department shop foreman Curtis Osborne looks over the computer head that controls the spreading of road salt for the truck. The left number on the dial is pounds per mile of salt spread on the road and the right dial is the speed of the spinner that spreads salt over the road. style=

    Computer helps county keep roads clear

    Knox County Highway Department shop foreman Curtis Osborne looks over the computer head that controls the spreading of road salt for the truck. The left number on the dial is pounds per mile of salt spread on the road and the right dial is the speed of the spinner that spreads salt over the road. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • The Southside Diner was in a St. Patrick’s Day mood Sunday serving corn beef and cabbage. Many diners ordered the Irish delicacy as did Robert Lee of Mount Vernon. Serving the traditional Irish feast is waitress Jenny Cochran.  style=

    A good, old Irish dinner

    The Southside Diner was in a St. Patrick’s Day mood Sunday serving corn beef and cabbage. Many diners ordered the Irish delicacy as did Robert Lee of Mount Vernon. Serving the traditional Irish feast is waitress Jenny Cochran. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • East Knox senior Kali Krownapple, center, goes up for a shot while Mount Vernon’s Hannah King, right, guards during Sunday’s practice for the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase. The game is set for 6 p.m. today at Mount Vernon High School. style=

    Annual Senior Showcase set for tonight

    East Knox senior Kali Krownapple, center, goes up for a shot while Mount Vernon’s Hannah King, right, guards during Sunday’s practice for the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase. The game is set for 6 p.m. today at Mount Vernon High School. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Utica senior Luke Holmes, left, looks to shoot while Fredericktown’s Curtis Carpenter, right, defends during Sunday practice for the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase. The boys game will start at 8 p.m. today at Mount Vernon High School. style=

    Annual Senior Showcase set for tonight

    Utica senior Luke Holmes, left, looks to shoot while Fredericktown’s Curtis Carpenter, right, defends during Sunday practice for the Mount Vernon News All-Star Senior Showcase. The boys game will start at 8 p.m. today at Mount Vernon High School. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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