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  • Program Technician Greg Cook was honored Tuesday at the Knox County FSA Office for receiving the National Distinguished Service To Agriculture Award. Pictured are, at left, Licking County FSA Executive Director Mark Vanhoose presenting the Ohio Award to Cook, which he also recently was awarded. style=

    Cook receives national FSA award

    Program Technician Greg Cook was honored Tuesday at the Knox County FSA Office for receiving the National Distinguished Service To Agriculture Award. Pictured are, at left, Licking County FSA Executive Director Mark Vanhoose presenting the Ohio Award to Cook, which he also recently was awarded. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Ethan Jarosz kicks toward the goal during Saturday’s tryouts for the Mount Vernon Sting program. Jarosz is one of over 100 kids who tried out for the Sting, which will field at least six teams this coming season. style=

    MV youth soccer program thriving

    Ethan Jarosz kicks toward the goal during Saturday’s tryouts for the Mount Vernon Sting program. Jarosz is one of over 100 kids who tried out for the Sting, which will field at least six teams this coming season. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Until new storm sewer metal covers can be purchased, five drains on East Brooklyn Street in Gambier will be covered with plywood. Village manager Randy Wells covered openings Tuesday  morning to prevent debris from going into the sewer as well as to warn motorists. style=

    Sewer grate thefts continue in county

    Until new storm sewer metal covers can be purchased, five drains on East Brooklyn Street in Gambier will be covered with plywood. Village manager Randy Wells covered openings Tuesday morning to prevent debris from going into the sewer as well as to warn motorists. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • The Mount Vernon Police Department and fire department were called to the scene of a car that crashed into a house in the 200 block of  East Chestnut Street, shortly before 11 a.m., Tuesday. Kimberly Orsborn, 57, Mount Vernon, was cited with failure to yield at a stop sign at the intersection of East Chestnut and McArthur streets. There were people two minors in the room at the time, one suffered minor injuries. No further details were available at press time. style=

    Tuesday accident

    The Mount Vernon Police Department and fire department were called to the scene of a car that crashed into a house in the 200 block of East Chestnut Street, shortly before 11 a.m., Tuesday. Kimberly Orsborn, 57, Mount Vernon, was cited with failure to yield at a stop sign at the intersection of East Chestnut and McArthur streets. There were people two minors in the room at the time, one suffered minor injuries. No further details were available at press time. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • The Mount Vernon, Knox County Chamber of Commerce members were guests of the Shoe Sensation on Coshocton Avenue for Business After Hours Tuesday afternoon. Store manager Norita Hissong, left, showed some of the merchandise stocked by the store. Also pictured, from left, are Margie Bennett, Mount Vernon school board; Teresa Holden, Habitat 4 Health; and Greg Yashnyk, New York Life. style=

    Business after hours

    The Mount Vernon, Knox County Chamber of Commerce members were guests of the Shoe Sensation on Coshocton Avenue for Business After Hours Tuesday afternoon. Store manager Norita Hissong, left, showed some of the merchandise stocked by the store. Also pictured, from left, are Margie Bennett, Mount Vernon school board; Teresa Holden, Habitat 4 Health; and Greg Yashnyk, New York Life. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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