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Joshua Morrison/News On Tuesday morning, members of the tactical team of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office held a training session at this abandoned home in the 27700 block of Coshocton Road, just east of Millwood.

Training day

Tuesday morning, members of the tactical team of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office held a training session at this abandoned home in the 27700 block of Coshocton Road, just east of Millwood.

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April 18, 2018

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Joshua Morrison/News On Friday afternoon, several anglers could be found at the Ariel-Foundation Park lakes. Landon, from Sunbury, reported he wasn’t getting many bites in the first few minutes after arriving, but he was going to keep at it. According to Ariel-Foundation Park’s Twitter feed on Thursday, Robert Keen pulled a 30-pound catfish from one of the park’s lakes.

Gone fishin’

On Friday afternoon, several anglers could be found at the Ariel-Foundation Park lakes. Landon, from Sunbury, reported he wasn’t getting many bites in the first few minutes after arriving, but he was going to keep at it.

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April 14, 2018

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Joshua Morrison/News From left, The Joint’s Brittany Tinch and owner David Stein with Knox County Chamber of Commerce President Carol Grubaugh celebrate the ribbon-cutting for The Joint, 1 W. High St., Mount Vernon, Wednesday morning.

The Joint’s jumpin’

From left, The Joint’s Brittany Tinch and owner David Stein with Knox County Chamber of Commerce President Carol Grubaugh celebrate the ribbon-cutting for The Joint, 1 W. High St., Mount Vernon, Wednesday morning.

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April 5, 2018

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Joshua Morrison/News Izabelle Titus picks up a purple inflatable Easter bunny Saturday morning during the annual Mount Vernon city parks department Easter egg hunt at Memorial Park.

A special bunny

Izabelle Titus picks up a purple inflatable Easter bunny Saturday morning during the annual Mount Vernon city parks department Easter egg hunt at Memorial Park.

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April 2, 2018

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Chuck Martin/News Firefighters from Fredericktown Community Volunteer Fire District work to put out the remnants of a fire that destroyed a mostly-empty barn at 14870 Lucerne Road, Tuesday afternoon. Fire Chief Scott Mast said the call came in about 4:20 p.m. and they were aided by tanker trucks from Big Walnut Joint Fire District and College-Monroe Township Fire Department. A total of 14 firefighters and one cadet responded with all returning to the station by 6:06 p.m.

Barn destroyed by fire

Firefighters from Fredericktown Community Volunteer Fire District work to put out the remnants of a fire that destroyed a mostly-empty barn at 14870 Lucerne Road, Tuesday afternoon.

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March 28, 2018

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