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  • April has been proclaimed Child Abuse Prevention Month. Pictured with  Pinwheels for Prevention are, from left, Knox County Commissioner Thom Collier, Jobs & Family Services director Matthew Kurtz, Commissioner Roger Reed, Commissioner Teresa Bemiller, United Way of Knox County’s Jen Odenweller, Family & Children First Council’s Nancy Omahan and Keyara Moore of ECR. style=

    County shows support for campaign

    April has been proclaimed Child Abuse Prevention Month. Pictured with Pinwheels for Prevention are, from left, Knox County Commissioner Thom Collier, Jobs & Family Services director Matthew Kurtz, Commissioner Roger Reed, Commissioner Teresa Bemiller, United Way of Knox County’s Jen Odenweller, Family & Children First Council’s Nancy Omahan and Keyara Moore of ECR. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Everett “Buddy” Gasbarro shows off the room in his fully equipped van. Gasbarro spends a lot of time volunteering around Knox County and the United States. style=

    Gasbarro helping self, others through volunteer work

    Everett “Buddy” Gasbarro shows off the room in his fully equipped van. Gasbarro spends a lot of time volunteering around Knox County and the United States. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Highland’s Evan Webb (11) slides home on a double-steal attempt while Centerburg catcher Brendan Mapes awaits the throw in the second inning of Monday’s game. Highland’s Alec Harris (2) looks on. The Scots won, 5-4. style=

    Scots win home opener in frigid temps

    Highland’s Evan Webb (11) slides home on a double-steal attempt while Centerburg catcher Brendan Mapes awaits the throw in the second inning of Monday’s game. Highland’s Alec Harris (2) looks on. The Scots won, 5-4. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Centerburg shortstop Dakota Mead (8) gets the putout at second and throws for a double play while Highland’s Jesse Tuggle (6) slides in the fourth inning of Monday’s game. Centerburg second baseman Evan VanDyke (9) looks on.  style=

    Scots win home opener in frigid temps

    Centerburg shortstop Dakota Mead (8) gets the putout at second and throws for a double play while Highland’s Jesse Tuggle (6) slides in the fourth inning of Monday’s game. Centerburg second baseman Evan VanDyke (9) looks on. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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