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  • Participants converse with the career community member in order to get a job.  style=

    Simulation raises awareness, understanding

    Participants converse with the career community member in order to get a job. (Photo by Emily Weaver)

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  • This Knox County bluegrass band, Safire Sun, played Thursday afternoon at the Mohican Bluegrass Festival at Mohican Wilderness Campgrounds on Wally Road along the Mohican River. From left are Darrel Sanson, banjo, guitar and vocals; Allie Dible, guitar and vocals; Yvonne Sanson, guitar and vocals; Ethan Whitehair, mandolin and vocals; and Brittney Hickey, bass and vocals. The festival runs through Saturday night. style=

    A little bluegrass

    This Knox County bluegrass band, Safire Sun, played Thursday afternoon at the Mohican Bluegrass Festival at Mohican Wilderness Campgrounds on Wally Road along the Mohican River. From left are Darrel Sanson, banjo, guitar and vocals; Allie Dible, guitar and vocals; Yvonne Sanson, guitar and vocals; Ethan Whitehair, mandolin and vocals; and Brittney Hickey, bass and vocals. The festival runs through Saturday night. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Fredericktown seniors Emily Williams (8) and Nicole Wilson (18) block the shot attempt of Centerburg junior Madi Gregory (10) during Thursday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference match at Fredericktown. The Freddies won in four. style=

    Freddies fight off Centerburg rally to win

    Fredericktown seniors Emily Williams (8) and Nicole Wilson (18) block the shot attempt of Centerburg junior Madi Gregory (10) during Thursday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference match at Fredericktown. The Freddies won in four. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • The Kokosing Construction Co. finished a short section of Highland Drive, off Coshocton Avenue, but decided to shut down with rain approaching. Fall paving of Mount Vernon city streets is under way. style=

    New pavement

    The Kokosing Construction Co. finished a short section of Highland Drive, off Coshocton Avenue, but decided to shut down with rain approaching. Fall paving of Mount Vernon city streets is under way. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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