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  • Danville sixth-graders Mikey Cottrill, left, Marlene Culler and Josh Cooke pull weeds Tuesday in a village resident’s yard as part of the school district’s community service day. style=

    Danville students spruce up the village

    Danville sixth-graders Mikey Cottrill, left, Marlene Culler and Josh Cooke pull weeds Tuesday in a village resident’s yard as part of the school district’s community service day. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Students in Janet Marsano’s art class paint the dugouts on the baseball field as part of the Danville community service day. Pictured here are Lisa Wendler, left, and Alexis Lang. style=

    Danville students spruce up the village

    Students in Janet Marsano’s art class paint the dugouts on the baseball field as part of the Danville community service day. Pictured here are Lisa Wendler, left, and Alexis Lang. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • A three-car accident closed Ohio 3 north, at the McKenzie Road intersection, for a period of time on Tuesday afternoon. The driver of this car, Annamarie Lewis, was charged with failure to yield on a left turn. style=

    Three-vehicle crash closes road

    A three-car accident closed Ohio 3 north, at the McKenzie Road intersection, for a period of time on Tuesday afternoon. The driver of this car, Annamarie Lewis, was charged with failure to yield on a left turn. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Mirror glass is one of the glass products offered by Richardson Glass  on Harcourt Road. The firm was host to the Mount Vernon Knox County Chamber of Commerce Tuesday evening. Looking at their images in the mirror are, from left, owner Mark McPeek, Maria Rojas, Norma Boucher, Dr. Margie Bennett and Butch Bennett. style=

    Reflecting on the business

    Mirror glass is one of the glass products offered by Richardson Glass on Harcourt Road. The firm was host to the Mount Vernon Knox County Chamber of Commerce Tuesday evening. Looking at their images in the mirror are, from left, owner Mark McPeek, Maria Rojas, Norma Boucher, Dr. Margie Bennett and Butch Bennett. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Representing the third generation of leadership at Ross Premier Motors is Zach Ross whose family business is celebrating its 40th anniversary in Mount Vernon. style=

    Ross Premier Motors celebrates 40th anniversary

    Representing the third generation of leadership at Ross Premier Motors is Zach Ross whose family business is celebrating its 40th anniversary in Mount Vernon. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Utica first baseman Garrett Robberts applies the tag a little late on a pickoff attempt of Beechcroft’s Scott Scase during their Division II sectional tournament baseball game Tuesday at Utica. The Redskins won 14-0 style=

    Defense leads Utica past Beechcroft

    Utica first baseman Garrett Robberts applies the tag a little late on a pickoff attempt of Beechcroft’s Scott Scase during their Division II sectional tournament baseball game Tuesday at Utica. The Redskins won 14-0 (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Danville Blue Devils catcher Darci Lauderbaugh (3) tags out Gahanna Christian’s Alex Grubic (9) who was attempting to steal home during Tuesday’s Division III sectional semifinal game. style=

    Danville soars past Eagles in 18-1 romp

    Danville Blue Devils catcher Darci Lauderbaugh (3) tags out Gahanna Christian’s Alex Grubic (9) who was attempting to steal home during Tuesday’s Division III sectional semifinal game. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Highland’s Josh Gahm delivers a pitch during the third inning of Tuesday’s Division II sectional semifinal game against Whitehall-Yearling. Gahm allowed no hits and no walks in the Scots’ 9-0 victory. style=

    Gahm no-hitter completes Scots’ revenge

    Highland’s Josh Gahm delivers a pitch during the third inning of Tuesday’s Division II sectional semifinal game against Whitehall-Yearling. Gahm allowed no hits and no walks in the Scots’ 9-0 victory. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Highland’s Dalton Stambaugh belts a two-run home run in the first inning of Tuesday’s Division II sectional semifinal game against Whitehall-Yearling. The Scots won, 9-0.  style=

    Gahm no-hitter completes Scots’ revenge

    Highland’s Dalton Stambaugh belts a two-run home run in the first inning of Tuesday’s Division II sectional semifinal game against Whitehall-Yearling. The Scots won, 9-0. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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