Employees of Shred-It were busy loading boxes of documents onto a truck Wednesday afternoon to be taken away and shredded. The City of Mount Vernon routinely plans proper disposal of documents in their records retention process. (Photo by Alan Reed)
Mount Vernon resident Mike Spearman takes a lap around the Knox County Fairgrounds with his four-year-old horse, Dash, in a recent practice run. Spearman is one of several family members who raise and race horses in central Ohio. (Photo by Bez Saciri)
Michael Wallace was crowned the 2013 Little Uncle Sammy and Jordyn Horlacher was named this year’s Little Miss Liberty on Thursday at the Centerburg Heart of Ohio USA Days festival. (Photo by Pam Schehl)
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