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Fred Main/News Students from the Mount Vernon elementary and middle schools try to catch a T-shirt thrown out by Paul McNeal (in blue) during halftime of the Mount Vernon Nazarene University men’s basketball game Tuesday morning. More than 2,000 students were in attendance as part of Champions of Character Day. The students heard from the Ohio State Highway Patrol about character, watched the men’s basketball game between the Cougars and the University of Northwestern Ohio and participated in several fun events during the day.

Champions of Character Day

Students from the Mount Vernon elementary and middle schools try to catch a T-shirt thrown out by Paul McNeal (in blue) during halftime of the Mount Vernon Nazarene University men’s basketball game Tuesday morning.

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Resident brings request for help

Danville resident Shirley Teeter of East Main Street brought before council pictures and a request that the village reimburse her for water damage done to her home while she was in Florida.

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Danville renews insurance

The village’s property and casualty insurance plan was renewed Monday at the Danville Village Council meeting.

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Joshua Morrison/News Three candidates for the Ohio House of Representatives 68th District, incumbent Rick Carfagna, Democratic challenger Kathleen Tate and Libertarian Party candidate Patrick Glasgow answer questions about their qualifications and issues facing the Ohio legislature during Thursday night’s debate at Foster Hall at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

House candidates show similarities, differences

Three candidates for the Ohio House of Representatives 68th District seat shared their views, and a few differences, during a debate Thursday at Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s Foster Hall.

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