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  • Centerburg High School presents the comedy “High School Election” this weekend. Cast members from left, Sara Keener, Anna Wolford, Nathan Grizenko, Kyra Gundy, Gabriella Sanchez, Jared Grumney, Connor Murral, Felicia Smith, Amber Ferko and Hannah Valente. style=

    Centerburg High School presents ‘High School Election’

    Centerburg High School presents the comedy “High School Election” this weekend. Cast members from left, Sara Keener, Anna Wolford, Nathan Grizenko, Kyra Gundy, Gabriella Sanchez, Jared Grumney, Connor Murral, Felicia Smith, Amber Ferko and Hannah Valente. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Thunderstorms rolled over Knox County throughout the day and into the night Wednesday with some storms dropping marble-sized hail. This lightning bolt was captured on Harcourt Road, behind the Ag Services Building. style=

    First spring storm

    Thunderstorms rolled over Knox County throughout the day and into the night Wednesday with some storms dropping marble-sized hail. This lightning bolt was captured on Harcourt Road, behind the Ag Services Building. (Photo by Joshua Morrison)

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  • Law enforcement from Knox County met at Public Square Wednesday morning to show their support for Sexual Assault Awareness Month by displaying teal ribbons on their cruisers for the cause.  Pictured are, from left, Knox County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Al Dexter, Danville Police Department Sgt. Dan Weckesser, Knox County Victim Assistance and New Directions Delta Project representative Diana Oswalt, Mount Vernon Police Department patrolman Matt Haver and Fredericktown Police Department patrolman Nick Holdren. style=

    A show of support

    Law enforcement from Knox County met at Public Square Wednesday morning to show their support for Sexual Assault Awareness Month by displaying teal ribbons on their cruisers for the cause. Pictured are, from left, Knox County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Al Dexter, Danville Police Department Sgt. Dan Weckesser, Knox County Victim Assistance and New Directions Delta Project representative Diana Oswalt, Mount Vernon Police Department patrolman Matt Haver and Fredericktown Police Department patrolman Nick Holdren. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • News Reporter Pam Schehl was the recipient of the Outstanding Community Member Award at Wednesday’s FCCLA banquet at the Knox County Career Center. Pictured are, from left, Schehl and FCCLA officer Samantha Walters.  style=

    FCCLA commends leadership

    News Reporter Pam Schehl was the recipient of the Outstanding Community Member Award at Wednesday’s FCCLA banquet at the Knox County Career Center. Pictured are, from left, Schehl and FCCLA officer Samantha Walters. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Exceptional leadership helped make this year a successful one for the Mount Vernon FCCLA. Pictured at the 2013 recognition ceremony are, from left, Ali Krempel, exceptional leader award recipient, FCCLA advisor Martha Melick and exceptional leader award recipient Samantha Walters.  style=

    FCCLA commends leadership

    Exceptional leadership helped make this year a successful one for the Mount Vernon FCCLA. Pictured at the 2013 recognition ceremony are, from left, Ali Krempel, exceptional leader award recipient, FCCLA advisor Martha Melick and exceptional leader award recipient Samantha Walters. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Mount Vernon designated hitter Alex Arck singles in the third inning with one out in their Ohio Capital Conference baseball game at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday. The game was suspended, due to weather conditions, with the Jackets leading Franklin Heights, 3-2, and will be completed today. style=

    Storm stops game with MV leading

    Mount Vernon designated hitter Alex Arck singles in the third inning with one out in their Ohio Capital Conference baseball game at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday. The game was suspended, due to weather conditions, with the Jackets leading Franklin Heights, 3-2, and will be completed today. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Mount Vernon shortstop Paul Smith catches a pop up by Franklin Heights’ batter Jamie Payne in the third inning of their Ohio Capital Conference baseball game at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday. The game was suspended, due to weather conditions, with the Jackets leading, 3-2, and will be completed today. Duke Cunningham (22) watches the play. style=

    Storm stops game with MV leading

    Mount Vernon shortstop Paul Smith catches a pop up by Franklin Heights’ batter Jamie Payne in the third inning of their Ohio Capital Conference baseball game at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday. The game was suspended, due to weather conditions, with the Jackets leading, 3-2, and will be completed today. Duke Cunningham (22) watches the play. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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