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Knox County Commissioners, Teresa Bemiller, Roger Reed and Thom Collier (Joshua Morrison/News)

Public: Cuts not increase

As the Knox County commissioners approach the deadline for deciding whether to enact the $5 permissive tax fee to help fund bridge and road maintenance by the county engineer, only two members of the public showed up for the public hearing to comment on the proposal.

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Joshua Morrison/ News The Fredericktown High School Class of 2018 toss their caps in celebration of graduation on Friday night. The ceremony was held in the high school gym

Freddie graduation rate near perfect

Summing up the end of the school year for the Fredericktown local school district, High School Principal Kim Radulovich presented on graduation statistics and test scores at the June meeting of the Fredericktown board of education Tuesday evening.

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Obituary

Baum

On Saturday, June 16, at 10 a.m., there will be a memorial service for Joseph V. Baum Sr., Ruth R. Baum and son Joseph V. Baum Jr. at Memorial Gardens on Coshocton Road.

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Joshua Morrison/News Owners of the former middle school on North Mulberry Street are asking for the property to be rezoned in order to develop the property into residential housing. The request will be heard by the Municipal Planning Commission.

Rezoning requested

The city Planning Commission is likely to take another step in the long process of the Middle School redevelopment when it meets at 4 p.m., Thursday.

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Events
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Spaghetti Benefit Supper June 16

“Let Brotherly Love Continue” is the theme of the Spaghetti benefit supper which Lonnie Richardson’s neighbors in the Bladensburg area, together with the Bladensburg Church of Christ and the Bladensburg Church of God, are hosting to help Richardson with his medical expenses due to an accident on Easter Sunday.

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