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Science Saturdays held at Kenyon

This February, middle schoolers (grades 6–8) will have the chance to have an extraordinary, sensory, hands-on science experience on the Kenyon College campus through two new programs: BLAST (for boys) and ATHENAS (for girls).

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Knox County Great Decisions to discuss nuclear security

Fresh from the panic caused by an incoming missile false alarm in Hawaii, the Knox County Great Decisions community discussion group will focus on “Nuclear Security” on Monday, at 6:30 p.m. at the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, 201 N. Mulberry St., Mount Vernon.

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Cougars fall to No. 5 Marian, 81-51

The Mount Vernon Nazarene University women’s basketball team came into Wednesday’s play riding a three-game win streak, but No. 5 Marian had a big second half to pull away from the Cougars in an 81-51 result.

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Photo submitted by MVNU Mount Vernon Nazarene senior Joe Schmitz (2) drives past Marian’s Sterling Brown during Tuesday’s Crossroads League game. The Cougars won, 91-68.

Cougars win with lights-out shooting

Mount Vernon Nazarene University men’s basketball came out of the gates unconscious from the floor against visiting Marian on Tuesday, as it built a 55-36 halftime lead en route to a 91-68 Crossroads League win.

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