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End near for Central Powers

As October ended and November began, the position of the Central Powers was crumbling. As mentioned earlier, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire gave up and agreed to armistices that amounted to surrenders.

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November 29, 2018

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Sports
Geoff Cowles/News Fredericktown’s Celeste Swihart (3) is guarded by Northmor’s Sabrina Kelly (2) in their team’s Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference opener Wednesday. Northmor won, 51-47.

Knights outlast Freddies, 51-47

Perhaps two of the best, young, girls’ basketball teams in the Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference squared off, when the Fredericktown Freddies (0-1, 0-1 KMAC) hosted the Northmor Golden Knights (1-2, 1-0 KMAC) in their league opener Wednesday evening.

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Erick Starkey/News East Knox freshman Alexandria Magers goes for a layup in the fourth quarter of a 55-35 loss Wednesday against Mount Gilead.

Indian run derails Bulldogs

An 18-0 run in the second quarter by the Mount Gilead Indians girls basketball team put the East Knox Bulldogs in a hole they could not dig themselves out of, with the Bulldogs falling 55-35 at home Wednesday.

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Erosion control project to take root

Hundreds of willow stakes were planted along an important 500-foot stretch of the Kokosing River in Howard’s Pipesville Road area, which Knox County officials are counting on to stave off continued erosion that has threatened the county’s five water wells serving Apple Valley water customers.

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