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  • Children took advantage of the closure of South Main Street during First Friday to display their artistic talents using sidewalk chalk. style=

    First Friday opens with perfect weather

    Children took advantage of the closure of South Main Street during First Friday to display their artistic talents using sidewalk chalk. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Downtown Manager Carrie Crouch, left, presents a token of appreciation from the Heritage Centre Association to Geoff Oliver who will retire from the city’s Parks and Buildings department on May 10. style=

    First Friday opens with perfect weather

    Downtown Manager Carrie Crouch, left, presents a token of appreciation from the Heritage Centre Association to Geoff Oliver who will retire from the city’s Parks and Buildings department on May 10. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Highland’s Shawn Beltz, right, runs ahead of Danville’s Ben Stutz in the second heat of the boys 110-meter hurdles at Friday’s Fredericktown Invitational. Beltz won later in the finals with a time of 15.72. style=

    Colts, Scots dominate Freddie Invite

    Highland’s Shawn Beltz, right, runs ahead of Danville’s Ben Stutz in the second heat of the boys 110-meter hurdles at Friday’s Fredericktown Invitational. Beltz won later in the finals with a time of 15.72. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Mount Vernon catcher Courtney Harris, front, tags out Delaware Hayes’ Mikayla Cooper while the umpire makes the call in the first inning of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game. style=

    Jackets handled by Delaware, 9-2

    Mount Vernon catcher Courtney Harris, front, tags out Delaware Hayes’ Mikayla Cooper while the umpire makes the call in the first inning of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon shortstop Nicole Doyle tosses the ball to second base for a forceout after making a diving stop on a ground ball hit by Delaware Hayes’ Lindsey Blair in the fourth inning of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game. style=

    Jackets handled by Delaware, 9-2

    Mount Vernon shortstop Nicole Doyle tosses the ball to second base for a forceout after making a diving stop on a ground ball hit by Delaware Hayes’ Lindsey Blair in the fourth inning of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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