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  • The 16 and under CBI team from Knox County Career Center earned third place in the Junior Division of the state Knowledge Bowl competition. First row, from  left, are Leah Tucker, Olivia Rodgers, Olivia Elwood, Taylor Thomas and Bailey Brooks. Second row, from left, Adam Hall, Marcus Oosting, Nick Stelzer, Jordan Miller, Ramsey McCarthy and coach Bob Geiger. style=

    Local schools fare well at state Knowledge Bowl

    The 16 and under CBI team from Knox County Career Center earned third place in the Junior Division of the state Knowledge Bowl competition. First row, from left, are Leah Tucker, Olivia Rodgers, Olivia Elwood, Taylor Thomas and Bailey Brooks. Second row, from left, Adam Hall, Marcus Oosting, Nick Stelzer, Jordan Miller, Ramsey McCarthy and coach Bob Geiger. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Gina Powell, right, and Jaceda Blazef of Richland County describe the recovery facility they are planning to open in Marion for addicts without money or insurance. It will be run by Scott Reynolds of Galion, left. style=

    Drug awareness topic of program

    Gina Powell, right, and Jaceda Blazef of Richland County describe the recovery facility they are planning to open in Marion for addicts without money or insurance. It will be run by Scott Reynolds of Galion, left. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Mount Vernon High School’s Knowledge Bowl team came in third in the Senior Division of the state Knowledge Bowl contest held April 19. Pictured are, first row, from left, Barbara Wells, Christa Hart and Jessica Williams. Second row, from left, Dylan Moran, Brett Neal, coach Gary Keller and Nate Crawford. style=

    Local schools fare well at state Knowledge Bowl

    Mount Vernon High School’s Knowledge Bowl team came in third in the Senior Division of the state Knowledge Bowl contest held April 19. Pictured are, first row, from left, Barbara Wells, Christa Hart and Jessica Williams. Second row, from left, Dylan Moran, Brett Neal, coach Gary Keller and Nate Crawford. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Diamond Circle Awards were presented at the annual Founder’s Day dinner of the Mount Vernon Council of Beta Sigma Phi, Thursday. The 2013 Diamond Circle honorees, those who have been in the sorority 60 years, are, from left, Nancy Allen, Barbara Spearman and Grace Hubbell. style=

    ‘Diamonds’ honored at Founder’s Day

    Diamond Circle Awards were presented at the annual Founder’s Day dinner of the Mount Vernon Council of Beta Sigma Phi, Thursday. The 2013 Diamond Circle honorees, those who have been in the sorority 60 years, are, from left, Nancy Allen, Barbara Spearman and Grace Hubbell. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Matthew Winkler, founder and editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, right, visited the Mount Vernon News on Thursday with his daughter, Lydia. style=

    National editor got his start locally

    Matthew Winkler, founder and editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, right, visited the Mount Vernon News on Thursday with his daughter, Lydia. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Nick Rummel, left, makes it back to first safely after a flyout in the fifth inning of Thursday’s Ohio Capital Conference game against Big Walnut. Eagles’ first baseman Cole Harbin (21) gets a glove on the throw. The Jackets won, 8-1.  style=

    Jackets soar past Golden Eagles

    Mount Vernon’s Nick Rummel, left, makes it back to first safely after a flyout in the fifth inning of Thursday’s Ohio Capital Conference game against Big Walnut. Eagles’ first baseman Cole Harbin (21) gets a glove on the throw. The Jackets won, 8-1. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Luke Earnest (10) spikes the ball past Delaware Hayes’ Kyle Willis during the second set of Thursday’s match. The Jackets won in three. style=

    MV downs Hayes, on track for title

    Mount Vernon’s Luke Earnest (10) spikes the ball past Delaware Hayes’ Kyle Willis during the second set of Thursday’s match. The Jackets won in three. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Dan Tharp (4) laughs with teammates Jacob Carhart (5) and Jake Scott after being subbed out in the third set of Thursday’s match against Delaware Hayes. The Jackets won in three. style=

    MV downs Hayes, on track for title

    Mount Vernon’s Dan Tharp (4) laughs with teammates Jacob Carhart (5) and Jake Scott after being subbed out in the third set of Thursday’s match against Delaware Hayes. The Jackets won in three. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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