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  • Lydia Luna, of Complete Care Animal Hospital in the MVGS 10U division, swings at a pitch during a game on Tuesday. Luna is one of over 400 players currently participating in the Mount Vernon Girls Softball League. style=

    Softball league finds success in Mount Vernon

    Lydia Luna, of Complete Care Animal Hospital in the MVGS 10U division, swings at a pitch during a game on Tuesday. Luna is one of over 400 players currently participating in the Mount Vernon Girls Softball League. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Firefighters with the Fredericktown Community Fire District carefully pull a Holstein heifer from a barn at Fawnacres Farm which was severely damaged in Wednesday night’s thunderstorm. style=

    Heifers rescued from damaged barn

    Firefighters with the Fredericktown Community Fire District carefully pull a Holstein heifer from a barn at Fawnacres Farm which was severely damaged in Wednesday night’s thunderstorm. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • With his life in the balance, John Proctor, left, confronts temptress Abigail Williams (portrayed by Walker Griggs and Eleni Teegarden) in a pivotal scene from Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.” Three performances are scheduled this weekend at ThePlace@TheWoodward. style=

    ‘The Crucible’ comes to Mount Vernon this weekend

    With his life in the balance, John Proctor, left, confronts temptress Abigail Williams (portrayed by Walker Griggs and Eleni Teegarden) in a pivotal scene from Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.” Three performances are scheduled this weekend at ThePlace@TheWoodward. (Photo by Bill Amick)

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  • Susan Kahrl of Mount Vernon portrayed prohibitionist Carry A. Nation at the Danville Turkey Festival Thursday. style=

    Prohibitionist makes visit to Danville

    Susan Kahrl of Mount Vernon portrayed prohibitionist Carry A. Nation at the Danville Turkey Festival Thursday. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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