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Joshua Morrison/News At the Petersheim farm on Camp Road, just south of Ohio 229 west, a new barn was being constructed. Around 50 Amish were seen applying siding, rafters, battens and other various aspects of the construction on Tuesday.

Huge barn raised in Knox County

At the Petersheim farm on Camp Road, just south of Ohio 229 west, a new barn was being constructed. Around 50 Amish were seen applying siding, rafters, battens and other various aspects of the construction on Tuesday.

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Joshua Morrison/News On Friday morning, Angie and Bill Webb cut the Knox County Chamber of Commerce ribbon at Webb’s Marathon in Centerburg. The renovation of the service station into a larger convenience store started in May and was finished in August.

Ready to go

On Friday morning, Angie and Bill Webb cut the Knox County Chamber of Commerce ribbon at Webb’s Marathon in Centerburg.

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Joshua Morrison/News Mount Vernon Police and Fire departments responded to a two-car injury accident on Friday at the intersection of North Gay Street and Wooster Road. An eyewitness said the collision sound like a “shotgun blast.” One was transported to Knox Community Hospital. No further information was available at press time.

Major damage

Mount Vernon Police and Fire departments responded to a two-car injury accident on Friday at the intersection of North Gay Street and Wooster Road.

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Joshua Morrison/News Work has stalled on a new building on Coshocton Road in the area between Tim Horton’s and Shoe Carnival. The project company let the building permit lapse and must reapply for a new permit. The new building is planned to host up to four storefronts.

Work suspended

Work has stalled on a new building on Coshocton Road in the area between Tim Horton’s and Shoe Carnival.

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Joshua Morrison/News Learning about the different sounds that a drum can make and different dances, county sixth graders were able to dance and drum with the Tony West and Imani Dancers on Friday on the Memorial Theater stage. The youth enrichment series concert was sponsored by the Community Concert Association of Knox County and the Community Foundation of Knox County.

Dance the day away

Learning about the different sounds that a drum can make and different dances, county sixth graders were able to dance and drum with the Tony West and Imani Dancers on Friday on the Memorial Theater stage.

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Joshua Morrison/News This Ohio State Highway Patrol helicopter was spotted in the skies over Knox County Thursday by several News readers. Callers in the Pipesville Road, Howard, area saw the helicopter around noon; another call reported a sighting near the Rich Hill area of Centerburg; and a News carrier reported seeing “a truck load of weed” on Kinney Road. Knox County Sheriff’s Office vehicles were seen on Kinney Road just after 4 p.m. Thursday. “The Knox County Sheriff would be the appropriate agency to contact,” OSHP Lt. Robert G. Sellers told the News. Messages left for Knox County Sheriff David Shaffer were unreturned at press time.

Eye in the sky

This Ohio State Highway Patrol helicopter was spotted in the skies over Knox County Thursday by several News readers.

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Joshua Morrison/News Knox County fifth-graders were invited to come up on stage Wednesday with Eric Paton as part of the Youth Enrichment Series concert at the Memorial Building. Paton played instruments and songs from around the world including South America, the Caribbean and Japan.

Playing along with the band

Knox County fifth-graders were invited to come up on stage Wednesday with Eric Paton as part of the Youth Enrichment Series concert at the Memorial Building.

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Joshua Morrison/News The 17-piece Rick Brunetto Big Band performed on Saturday, bringing the classics to life, inspiring this couple to be the first on the Schnormeier Event Center dance floor. The band played swing, Sinatra and some original pieces for the audience.

Dance the night away

The 17-piece Rick Brunetto Big Band performed on Saturday, bringing the classics to life, inspiring this couple to be the first on the Schnormeier Event Center dance floor.

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