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Allison Glass/News East Knox Junior High School students Rylan Dale, left and Wyatt Ary, practice a scene from the school’s upcoming production of “Pirates of the Great Lakes,” by Tim Kochenderfer, which will be performed at the EKHS auditorium Jan. 4-6.

East Knox students bring piratey good fun

Students at East Knox High School are looking to bring some swashbuckling good fun into the new year with their new school play. The young players will be welcoming in the first weekend of 2019 with a presentation of “Pirates of the Great Lakes” by Tim Kochenderfer, Jan. 4-6.

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Carfagna’s first term successful

The Ohio House of Representatives being back in session following the November election created a busy few weeks for 68th District Representative Rick Carfagna.

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East Knox hears case for energy project

The East Knox Local Schools board of education heard about some of the energy updates needed at the elementary school building during their regular board meeting Thursday evening.

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Centerburg BOE lauds Ag students

The Centerburg Local Schools board of education took a moment at the beginning of their meeting Monday evening to commend the hard work of students involved in the Vocational Agriculture program.

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Ideas discussed for East Knox facilities

Representatives from the Dublin-based architectural firm Fanning Howey led a facilities core group committee meeting for East Knox Local School district Tuesday evening at the high school cafeteria.

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Allison Glass/News The Mount Vernon City Schools Board of Education recognized Caitie Hayes, with Mount Vernon Nazarene University, with a behind-the-scenes award for her work with Dan Emmett Elementary. Hayes, left, was presented the recognition by Superintendent Bill Seder, right, with Dan Emmett Principal Margy Arck looking on in the background, during Monday’s board meeting at the school.

Mount Vernon schools discuss levy language for May ballot

The Mount Vernon City Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Monday evening to approve ballot language for a potential permanent improvement levy on the ballot in May 2019. The levy will not increase the cost to tax payers, but will increase in millage from 2 mills to 2.9 mills.

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