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Geoff Cowles/News Mount Vernon’s Bailey Cunningham, top, holds down Berkshire’s Will Blechschmid during their 160-pound final at the Utica Invitational on Saturday.

Redskins fare well at home invite

The Utica Redskins wrestling team, led by a pair of individual first place finishers, Dawson Smith (120 pounds) and Matt Seifert (126 pounds), scored 198 team points to place third at the annual Utica Wrestling Invitational on Saturday.

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Virgil Shipley/News This shotgun was in the mystery gun case in the live auction at the Knox County Pheasants Forever banquet Saturday night at Apple Valley’s Floral Valley Community Center. Michael Webber, left, had the winning bid of $2,200 for the Mossberg 12-gauge semi-automatic shotgun without knowing what was in the gun case. At right is Chris Fletcher, treasurer and banquet chairman of Pheasants Forever.

Pheasants Forever banquet draws big turnout

On Saturday, hunting, outdoor, and nature conservation enthusiasts came together for the annual Knox County Pheasants Forever banquet to test their luck on raffle games, raise the stakes by bidding in silent and live auctions, and have a good time knowing that all the funds from the auction will be staying in Knox County for Pheasants Forever activities and events.

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Leveled literacy lights up FES readers

Reading ability just might be the most important skill elementary students need to develop, and Fredericktown Elementary School has inaugurated a leveled literacy intervention program to help struggling readers get back on track and ensure their literacy competency matches those of their grade-level counterparts.

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(Joshua Morrison/News) “Real Women Weld” — that’s what is written on the welding helmet of Justine Straight, a senior at the Knox County Career Center.

KCCC students breaking gender stereotypes

The old phrases “That’s men’s work” and “That’s women’s work” are really no longer relevant in this day and age, and are even less relevant as today’s students prepare for careers based on their interests and inclinations rather than on their genders.

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