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  • Joshua Morrison/News OSU Extension Educator Larry Hall, left, presents Bernie Douglas, right, with the Alumni Award at Monday night’s 2017 Knox County 4-H Awards Reception at Mount Vernon High School.
    Joshua Morrison/News OSU Extension Educator Larry Hall, left, presents Bernie Douglas, right, with the Alumni Award at Monday night’s 2017 Knox County 4-H Awards Reception at Mount Vernon High School.

    4-Hers of all ages applauded

    Over 250 awards were announced at Monday night’s Knox County 4-H Awards Reception at the Mount Vernon High School.

    Chelsea Olms

    Updated 1:37 pm

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Bill Davis/News East Knox’s Leah Rager (11) and Meggan Bartok (21) try to block a kill attempt by River View’s Isabella Heddleson during the second set of Monday’s match. The Black Bears won in four sets.
Scrappy Bulldogs fight until the end

East Knox volleyball coach Stephanie Warner wasn’t familiar with the story of Rasputin.

Geoff Cowles/News Josh Carnevale of Pataskala prepares his 1950 Pontiac with a 400 small block for time trials at Pacemaker’s Dragway Park on Saturday.
Dragsters cash in on Cash Days

Nothing was going to keep another great crowd from the final Cash Day of the season at Pacemakers Dragway Park.

Bill Davis/News Highland’s Christina Rose, left, earns a kill while teammate Raina Terry (12) looks on during the second set of Thursday’s Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference match against Danville. The Scots won in three sets.
Highland keeps streak going with reserves

They didn’t set out to embarrass the Danville Blue Devils. They’re just that good.

Bill Davis/News Mount Vernon quarterback Jaxon Gregory (17) hands off to Ashton Fisher, center, while teammate Wyatt Gregory (27) looks to block during a recent practice. The Yellow Jackets host Ashland on Friday at 7 p.m.
Jackets hope good fortune comes their way

Despite injuries, bad breaks and an occasional miscue, the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets are actually just a few plays away from a 4-0 start.



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