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  • Students at Twin Oak Elementary School were among the winners of the Knox County Humane Society’s Be Kind to Animals poster contest. They were, front row, from left, Dalan Vail, kindergarten, first place; Sydney Gallagher, fourth grade, honorable mention; Ella Parry, second grade, first place. Back row, from left, Makenna Hughes, third grade, first place; Lily Helser, second grade, honorable mention; Brooklynn Rockwell, fifth grade, honorable mention; Faith Hunter, first grade, honorable mention. Damion Boyd, fourth grade, first place, was absent. Patti Coates is the art teacher at Twin Oak. Winners received trophies and an assortment of gift certificates from area businesses. style=

    Poster contest winners at Twin Oak

    Students at Twin Oak Elementary School were among the winners of the Knox County Humane Society’s Be Kind to Animals poster contest. They were, front row, from left, Dalan Vail, kindergarten, first place; Sydney Gallagher, fourth grade, honorable mention; Ella Parry, second grade, first place. Back row, from left, Makenna Hughes, third grade, first place; Lily Helser, second grade, honorable mention; Brooklynn Rockwell, fifth grade, honorable mention; Faith Hunter, first grade, honorable mention. Damion Boyd, fourth grade, first place, was absent. Patti Coates is the art teacher at Twin Oak. Winners received trophies and an assortment of gift certificates from area businesses. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Students at Columbia Elementary School were among the winners of the Knox County Humane Society’s Be Kind to Animals poster contest. They were, front row, from left, Jillian Short, fifth grade, first place; Brady Kaufman, first grade, first place; Aric Lust, kindergarten, honorable mention; and Zach Williams, first grade, honorable mention. Trevor Bell, third grade, honorable mention, was absent. Patti Coates is the art teacher at Columbia. Winners received trophies and an assortment gift certificates from area businesses. style=

    Poster contest winners at Columbia

    Students at Columbia Elementary School were among the winners of the Knox County Humane Society’s Be Kind to Animals poster contest. They were, front row, from left, Jillian Short, fifth grade, first place; Brady Kaufman, first grade, first place; Aric Lust, kindergarten, honorable mention; and Zach Williams, first grade, honorable mention. Trevor Bell, third grade, honorable mention, was absent. Patti Coates is the art teacher at Columbia. Winners received trophies and an assortment gift certificates from area businesses. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • This is all that remains of a camper and a barn that caught fire at the Trent Wine property on Leedy Road, Wednesday. It was reported that smoke from the fire could be seen a couple miles away. style=

    Barn destroyed in Leedy Road fire

    This is all that remains of a camper and a barn that caught fire at the Trent Wine property on Leedy Road, Wednesday. It was reported that smoke from the fire could be seen a couple miles away. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • The Central Ohio Roller Dolls traveled to Novi, Michigan to bout against the Arbor Bruising Company, losing 223 – 165. From left to right, Zombie Enforcer (Melissa Brugioni) goes to the outside as Sweetsacks Maghilacutti (Amy Doup) holds off two blockers from the Arbor Bruising Company. In the rear Heat Seeking Missy (Amy Wiechart) and Harley Diva Sun (Kimberly Shackle) hold the back lineJoshua Morrison style=

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    The Central Ohio Roller Dolls traveled to Novi, Michigan to bout against the Arbor Bruising Company, losing 223 – 165. From left to right, Zombie Enforcer (Melissa Brugioni) goes to the outside as Sweetsacks Maghilacutti (Amy Doup) holds off two blockers from the Arbor Bruising Company. In the rear Heat Seeking Missy (Amy Wiechart) and Harley Diva Sun (Kimberly Shackle) hold the back lineJoshua Morrison (Photo by Roller Dolls lose in Michigan)

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  • Danville’s Zach Walls slides under the tag attempt by Ridgedale second baseman Kolby Fisher in the sixth inning of Wednesday’s Division IV sectional final. The Blue Devils won, 7-0. style=

    Mickley’s one-hitter leads Danville to sectional title

    Danville’s Zach Walls slides under the tag attempt by Ridgedale second baseman Kolby Fisher in the sixth inning of Wednesday’s Division IV sectional final. The Blue Devils won, 7-0. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Danville’s Andy Payne dives back to first on a pickoff attempt while Ridgedale first baseman Zack Cannon awaits the throw in the fifth inning of Wednesday’s Division IV sectional final. The Blue Devils won, 7-0. style=

    Mickley’s one-hitter leads Danville to sectional title

    Danville’s Andy Payne dives back to first on a pickoff attempt while Ridgedale first baseman Zack Cannon awaits the throw in the fifth inning of Wednesday’s Division IV sectional final. The Blue Devils won, 7-0. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon Middle School students Natasha Miller, left, and Jacob Tiell have been named 2013 Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award winners. style=

    Miller and Tiell tapped for Griffin Award

    Mount Vernon Middle School students Natasha Miller, left, and Jacob Tiell have been named 2013 Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award winners. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Levi Rhoades (7) and Jake Scott (13) go up for a block against Dublin Scioto hitter Noah Schuster (9) in Wednesday's Division II East Regional semifinal match at Buckeye Valley High School in Delaware. style=

    Mount Vernon rolls past Scioto in semis

    Mount Vernon’s Levi Rhoades (7) and Jake Scott (13) go up for a block against Dublin Scioto hitter Noah Schuster (9) in Wednesday's Division II East Regional semifinal match at Buckeye Valley High School in Delaware. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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