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  • Veterans in VA hospitals will soon receive more than 200 cards from students at Columbia School. The cards are a thank you to be presented to veterans on Memorial Day. The cards by these students were selected by appearance and content. Students from left in the front row are Brady Kaufman, Emily Hammond and Blake Green. Top from left are Alanta Spurgeon, Jillian Short, Neti Waal, best card and Honey Morrison. Absent were Max Wright, Miaa Armstrong, Baylor Savage, Cooper Yocum and Mattie Butler. Kneeling at left is Kevin Henthorn Knox County Veterans Service Office Director. Standing left is Patti Coates, art teacher. Standing at right is Rev. Robert Alexander, South Vernon United Methodist Church, who will deliver the cards. style=

    Sending cards to veterans

    Veterans in VA hospitals will soon receive more than 200 cards from students at Columbia School. The cards are a thank you to be presented to veterans on Memorial Day. The cards by these students were selected by appearance and content. Students from left in the front row are Brady Kaufman, Emily Hammond and Blake Green. Top from left are Alanta Spurgeon, Jillian Short, Neti Waal, best card and Honey Morrison. Absent were Max Wright, Miaa Armstrong, Baylor Savage, Cooper Yocum and Mattie Butler. Kneeling at left is Kevin Henthorn Knox County Veterans Service Office Director. Standing left is Patti Coates, art teacher. Standing at right is Rev. Robert Alexander, South Vernon United Methodist Church, who will deliver the cards. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Pastor Dan Whisner leads a final prayer at the end of Thursday’s Buckeye Blitz. OSU athletes shared their testimony on their combined dedication to sports and to Christ. style=

    OSU athletes share stories of faith

    Pastor Dan Whisner leads a final prayer at the end of Thursday’s Buckeye Blitz. OSU athletes shared their testimony on their combined dedication to sports and to Christ. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Moriah Cormier is the KCCC Student of the Year for 2013. style=

    KCCC honors its top students for year

    Moriah Cormier is the KCCC Student of the Year for 2013. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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