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Joshua Morrison/ News Brad Butcher (pictured) and his wife Lacey are the owners of The Burg Cafe & Bakery at 18 W. Main St. in Centerburg. The couple purchased the space from Kristi’s Bakery which closed at the end of June. Thursday was their first day in business.

The ‘burg gets a bakery

A new bakery swept into Centerburg Thursday filling the void of sweet treats left by the closing of Kristi’s Bakery at the end of June.

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Joshua Morrison/News Ken Harbaugh, left, listens to a question from Frank Rudrick during Sunday’s town hall at the AMVETS Post 59 in Centerburg. Rudrick posed a question about his concerns with the consolidation and loss of small farms in Central Ohio.

Harbaugh speaks at Centerburg

Ken Harbaugh, a Democratic candidate for Congressional representative of Ohio’s 7th District, held a town hall at the AMVETS 59 post in Centerburg, Sunday.

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Centerburg looks to the future

News of a new recreation park coming to Delaware County and a distribution center in Morrow County means now is the time for Centerburg to start preparing for a lot of people moving in to the area and to focus on the “big picture,” according to councilperson Tom Stewart.

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Nimeth breaks silence

“What happened to Nimeth? That’s the question everyone wants to know,” Dr. Brent Nimeth said opening a video he posted this morning on his Facebook page.

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Callan Pugh/ News 4-H’er Micah Phillips prepares her place setting for judging for her food project, Everyday Food and Fitness, in the Mount Vernon High School library Wednesday.

4-H judgement day

Throughout the week, more than 400 4-H’ers will bring their non-livestock projects in for judging prior to the Knox County Fair.

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Joshua Morrison/News Leland Mills was all smiles after Saturday morning’s flight in a Waco plane.

Mills takes flight

A 91-year-old World War II veteran took flight Saturday morning at the annual Waco fly-in reunion at Wynkoop Airport in Mount Vernon.

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Joshua Morrison/News Kenyon College students Ronan Weber, left, and Vahni Kurra, right, hold signs outside the Ashland County Office Building, 110 Cottage St., Ashland, before a meeting with representatives of U.S. Congressman Bob Gibbs. The News was barred from observing the meeting by staffers of the Gibbs.

Immigration policies questioned

Gibbs Watch, a local activist group, demonstrated against current immigration policies outside of the Ashland office of Representative Bob Gibbs Thursday afternoon.

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Joshua Morrison/News The chandelier in the Woodward Opera House theater is hoisted into place Thursday afternoon. The $25,000 lighting fixture is a replica of a gas lamp believed to be original to the building.

Replica light fixture in place

The Woodward Opera House restoration project reached a new milestone with the raising of the chandelier in the theater Thursday afternoon.

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