Allison Glass/News The Knox County Career Center board of education and administration served Thanksgiving lunch to students Friday afternoon. From left, Principals John Feltman and Derek Fisher set trays, as Pre-Professional Mentorship senior Sammie Davis picks out her lunch.

Thanksgiving meal

The Knox County Career Center board of education and administration served Thanksgiving lunch to students Friday afternoon.

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Allison Glass/News Twin Oak Elementary first grade teacher Kristen Campbell stands after dyeing Mount Vernon City Schools Superintendent Bill Seder’s hair blue during an assembly Friday afternoon. The school just received a National Blue Ribbon award from the United States Department of Education.

Feeling blue not so bad

Twin Oak Elementary first grade teacher Kristen Campbell stands after dyeing Mount Vernon City Schools Superintendent Bill Seder’s hair blue during an assembly Friday afternoon.

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Allison Glass/News Professional entertainers, Toni, left, and David Dial, right, talk with students at Mount Vernon Middle School during career day for seventh and eighth-graders Friday morning. The Dials discussed the nuances of the entertainment industry, and how they turned their passions into professions.

MVMS students explore career paths

Choosing and starting a career path is difficult throughout all stages of life, but students at Mount Vernon Middle School were given a head start Friday morning during their annual career day.

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Callan Pugh/News Jami Ingledue speaks at the 69th annual NAMI “making a difference” celebration dinner, Thursday at the Glenn A. Gallagher Centre about her experience raising a child with mental illness.

Ingledue: Support makes a difference

For many parents, speaking with other parents revolves around their children’s achievements, but for parents of children who struggle with mental illness it can be difficult to find a source of support that will understand the achievements their child makes each day in dealing with their illnesses.

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Allison Glass/News East Knox Local Schools board of education recognized members of the First Team Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference for their achievement this season during their November meeting Thursday evening. The football team was honored, from left, Head Coach Cody Reese, Kadden Lester, Kasson Krownapple, Caleb Gallwitz, Dawson Moreland and Luke Colopy. Golfer, and player of the year, Drew Salyers, and volleyball player Ashley VanHoose were also noted, along with Briana Ewalt, Garry Cooper, James Hurlow, Matthew Shepherd and Cassie Gebhardt, members of the District 10 OMEA Honor Band.

East Knox schools approve property purchase

East Knox Local Schools are formally moving their district into the future, as the board of education approved the purchase of a property directly next to the board office on Coshocton Road during their November meeting Thursday evening.

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