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Mount Vernon News March 29, 2013

First round of demolition moving forward

MOUNT VERNON -- Demolition will begin April 13 on another dozen projects under the Moving Ohio Forward Demolition grant program.

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New pastor ignites church youth

FREDERICKTOWN -- Fredericktown Free Will Baptist Church welcomed Matt Pond in early March as its associate pastor and youth director.

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Follow Christ's journey along the Path of Holy Week

CENTERBURG -- The Path of Holy Week provides members of the Centerburg United Methodist Church and the community with the opportunity to reflect on Jesus'journey to the cross in preparation for Easter.

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Book chronicles Bladensburg's history

BLADENSBURG -- Ever wonder who put the live ducks in the Bladensburg barbershop 70 years ago? Know what happened to the first guy who wanted to open a saloon in Bladensburg? Interested in finding out about frontier justice, Bladensburg style?

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Kenyon: No outsourcing of jobs

GAMBIER -- When Kenyon College administrators began considering outsourcing maintenance management in 2012 as a cost-saving measure, there was a public outcry, division and opposition.

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Fredericktown families have fun with reading

FREDERICKTOWN -- Fredericktown families with elementary school pupils found out that reading can be fun.

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History of factories preserved at museum

MOUNT VERNON -- As American National Can Co. was closing the Mount Vernon plant, it offered items of interest to the Knox County Historical Museum.

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Kenyon student art work on display

GAMBIER -- Including animation, painting, quilling and sculpture, the work of Kenyon College senior studio-art majors is on display at the Graham Gund Gallery through Sunday, April 14.

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Playground funded for Mount Liberty

MOUNT VERNON -- The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has awarded a NatureWorks grant in the amount of $12,000 to assist the Knox County Park District and Knox County Commissioners in constructing a small children's playground in Mount Liberty adjacent to the Heart of Ohio Trail.

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Upcoming Mount Vernon season filled with questions

MOUNT VERNON -- About the only thing that Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets softball coach Mike Marcum can be sure about, for now, is that the season starts on April 6.

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