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  • Wind blew flames from a trash fire into grass and corn stubble on the Mike Amheiser farm on McLarnan Road just south of Ohio 229, Thursday afternoon. Eastern Knox County Joint Fire District Chief Larry Stimpert said they used grass firefighting trucks to put out the fire that covered 2 1/2 acres. They were on the scene about an hour. style=

    Grass fire burns 2 acres

    Wind blew flames from a trash fire into grass and corn stubble on the Mike Amheiser farm on McLarnan Road just south of Ohio 229, Thursday afternoon. Eastern Knox County Joint Fire District Chief Larry Stimpert said they used grass firefighting trucks to put out the fire that covered 2 1/2 acres. They were on the scene about an hour. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Matt McManaway (15) fires a smash past Pickerington North’s Tyler Vermillion (11) and Zach Sandhofer (28) while Mount Vernon’s Levi Rhoades (7) and Dan Tharp (4) look on in the second set of Thursday’s match. The Yellow Jackets won in three. style=

    MV volleyball crushes Pick North

    Mount Vernon’s Matt McManaway (15) fires a smash past Pickerington North’s Tyler Vermillion (11) and Zach Sandhofer (28) while Mount Vernon’s Levi Rhoades (7) and Dan Tharp (4) look on in the second set of Thursday’s match. The Yellow Jackets won in three. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • East Knox senior Logan Whims delivers a pitch in the fifth inning of Thursday’s game against Coshocton. The Bulldogs lost, 12-2, in six innings. style=

    Bulldogs stumble against Coshocton

    East Knox senior Logan Whims delivers a pitch in the fifth inning of Thursday’s game against Coshocton. The Bulldogs lost, 12-2, in six innings. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • East Knox’s Michaella Lowe slides home on a play at the plate during Thursday’s game. style=

    East Knox Softball

    East Knox’s Michaella Lowe slides home on a play at the plate during Thursday’s game. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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