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Joshua Morrison/News Dave Bevington smiles before he participates in Sports Roundtable for WMVO radio Friday. Bevington is retiring from radio after 47 years behind the microphone. Working with him is Tyler Mathias, left.

Bevington steps away from the mic

The first time that WMVO listeners heard the voice of Dave Bevington, he was spinning a hit recording by Carole King entitled, “It’s Too Late.” The year was 1971. After nearly half a century, the time has come for Mount Vernon’s well-known radio personality to turn the page. Bevington’s retirement as a radio announcer will be an adjustment for Knox County residents, few of whom can recall a time when Bevington’s friendly voice wasn’t rolling across the local airwaves.

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November 10, 2018

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KMAC honors top league talents

The Knox Morrow Athletic Conference (KMAC) consisting of the Cardington, Centerburg, Danville, East Knox, Fredericktown, Highland, Mt Gilead and Northmor High Schools and Middle Schools would like to announce the following All League award winners and team champions.

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November 8, 2018

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Bill Davis/News Fredericktown runners, from left, Connor Riley, Paden Spencer, Jack Stalnaker and Thomas Caputo, greet runners as they finish the Division III race at Saturday’s OHSAA State Cross-Country Championships.

Weather impacts state meet and training

As the Centerburg girls and Fredericktown girls and boys cross country teams were zeroing in on the state meet last week, hazardous course conditions forced the OHSAA to postpone the race a week, forcing runners and coaches to readjust their schedules to get their best times at the state meet.

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November 7, 2018

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Bill Davis/News Tim Crouch, of Mount Vernon, hits his approach shot on the 17th hole at Brookside Country Club in Columbus during Monday’s U.S. Open Sectional.

Crouch vying for Web.com

Mount Vernon golfer T.T. Crouch sits at 2-over par after Tuesday’s first round of the second-stage qualifying tournament for the Web.com Tour, which is being held at the TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas, through Friday.

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November 7, 2018

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