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Fred Main/News Chase Nichols took his final ride in a Mid-Ohio Paving truck down the streets of Centerburg with hundreds of family and friends Thursday. Nichols, a 2003 graduate of Centerburg and the Knox County Career Center, died Saturday when he was electrocuted trying to free his Mid-Ohio Paving dump truck from downed power lines on Bennington Chapel Road. Nearly 100 vehicles, including almost 20 work vehicles with some from as far away as Sandusky, were involved in the funeral procession from the Centerburg Church of Christ to Eastview Cemetery.

Fitting farewell

Chase Nichols took his final ride in a Mid-Ohio Paving truck down the streets of Centerburg with hundreds of family and friends Thursday.

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July 28, 2017

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Joshua Morrison/News Those traveling between Mount Vernon and Utica on Saturday afternoon were able to catch Fisher Crop Care by Air, with pilot Brian Fisher, swooping back and forth over the fields near Arrington Road and Ohio 13.

Crop duster

Those traveling between Mount Vernon and Utica on Saturday afternoon were able to catch Fisher Crop Care by Air, with pilot Brian Fisher, swooping back and forth over the fields near Arrington Road and Ohio 13.

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July 19, 2017

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Joshua Morrison/News With the rain out of the forecast, artist and Mount Vernon Nazarene University art department chair John Donnelly was able to get back to painting the mural on the former Masonic Temple building, 2 Public Square, on Saturday. The project is sponsored by the Knox County Landmarks Foundation and the Ariel Foundation.

Taking shape

With the rain out of the forecast, artist and Mount Vernon Nazarene University art department chair John Donnelly was able to get back to painting the mural on the former Masonic Temple building

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July 19, 2017

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Samantha Scoles/New John Jackson, left, is sworn in as the newest member of Centerburg Village Council by Mayor David Beck. Jackson earned the seat vacated by longtime councilwoman Susie Oswalt following interviews during a special meeting of village council Monday evening. Also interested in the position were former village administrator Phil Lohmeyer and resident James Nofsinger.

Jackson joins Centerburg council

John Jackson, left, is sworn in as the newest member of Centerburg Village Council by Mayor David Beck. Jackson earned the seat vacated by longtime councilwoman Susie Oswalt following interviews during a special meeting of village council Monday evening.

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July 18, 2017

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Joshua Morrison/News Left, Emily Smith, a Mount Vernon Nazarene University student and intern with Ariel-Foundation Park, and her grandfather, Si Carmean, right, built this new osprey tower for Ariel-Foundation Park. AEP donated the pole the nest will set on and also placed the pole near the Kokosing River.

Attracting osprey

Left, Emily Smith, a Mount Vernon Nazarene University student and intern with Ariel-Foundation Park, and her grandfather, Si Carmean, right, built this new osprey tower for Ariel-Foundation Park

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July 18, 2017

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Joshua Morrison/News Local youth shared their musical talents with the audience at the Schnormeier Event Center at Ariel-Foundation Park on Thursday evening. The Youth Unplugged concert included Matthew Dinnen, pictured, Abby Baker, Hailey Davis, Max Wolfe and Olivia Clayton. Here, Matthew sings “Love Runs Out” by OneRepublic.

Unplugged

Local youth shared their musical talents with the audience at the Schnormeier Event Center at Ariel-Foundation Park on Thursday evening.

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July 14, 2017

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