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Pam Schehl/News These graduates of the 19-month program at the Knox Technical Center School of Nursing received special awards at Friday’s graduation ceremony. From left, Christina Fout, Academic Award; Alex Counts, Helen Yarman Award; and Lisa Grimm-Donathan, LPNAO Award.

21 ready to enter nursing profession

On Friday, family and friends of 21 intrepid practical nursing students gathered at the Knox County Career Center to celebrate their successful completion of 19 months of trials and triumphs, and to applaud as they received their Knox Technical Center nursing diploma.

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September 30, 2017

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Joshua Morrison/News Knox County Common Pleas Court Judge Richard Wetzel, left, listens to a discussion between attorneys, standing from left, Chip McConville, James Mayer and Sean Boone during a trial for Albert Johnson on Wednesday.

Girl testifies in rape case

A 9-year-old girl testified in the second day of a rape trial in Knox County Common Pleas Court Wednesday, alleging that sexual abuse was forced on her by a Mansfield man.

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Joshua Morrison/News Jeff Rosen of the National Constitution Center speaks with Kenyon College President Sean Decatur before speaking to those assembled in Rosse Hall for the keynote speech of the Center for the Study of American Democracy’s conference, “Free Speech, Civil Discourse.”

Protecting an opposing view

Issues related to free speech and civil discourse are the focus of the 2017 conference of the Center for the Study of American Democracy at Kenyon College, because, as CSAD director Tom Karako said, non-partisan civil discourse is a critical element of democratic self-governance.

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September 28, 2017

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