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Allison Glass/News Kenyon College language program coordinator Mary Kathryn Malone, right, addresses the Mount Vernon City Schools Board of Education Monday evening regarding dissatisfaction with scheduling changes at Wiggin Street elementary school. Malone, joined by Jami Ingledue, far left, and Jeffrey Williams, parents of children who attend Wiggin Street, raised concerns to the board regarding the changes in schedule for recess times and art and music classes.

Wiggin Street parents address changes

Parents and community members within Wiggin Street elementary school again raised concerns and put pressure on the board regarding changes to the school’s time schedule for recess, art, music and physical education classes at Monday evening’s Mount Vernon City Schools board of education meeting.

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September 18, 2018

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Joshua Morrison/News Linden Scheff, left, and Neil Overly, lift the cover off the Ohio Historical Marker during a ceremony at the Fredericktown High School on Saturday night. Scheff and Overly were one of the first to wear the jacket. The marker honors the creation of the FFA jacket by Dr. J.H. “Gus” Lintner in 1933. The marker will be located outside the high school.

Piece of FFA history unveiled

A blue corduroy jacket designed in 1933 to keep Fredericktown Future Farmers of America delegates warm on a trip to Kansas City has become one of the most iconic images in youth agricultural education today.

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September 10, 2018

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Long: Media must be accurate

The topic for this year’s First Amendment program sponsored by the Free Press Museum and the Central Ohio Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists was taken out of today’s headlines: Fake news.

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September 7, 2018

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