Skate tricks

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ABOVE: Devin Butler, 20, of Bellefontaine, right, performs a kick flip as Kolton McCall, 12, at left, and other teens look on Thursday after school at the skate park at Blue Jacket Park. HOME PAGE SLIDE SHOW PHOTO: Austin Hartman, 18, of Michigan, launches from a ramp as Devin Butler rides on the asphalt below. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)

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OH, DEER

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Three deer were spotted Friday morning in a field along County Road 10 outside of Bellefontaine. (EXAMINER PHOTO | TONY BARRETT)

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FOOD, FAMILY FUNDRAISER FUN

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The Logan County Farmers’ Market’s annual hog roast fundraiser was Sunday at Hall-Fawcett Park in Zanesfield. A variety of activities took place. HOME PAGE SLIDE SHOW PHOTO: Jan Dawson, right, of the Logan County Farmers’ Market, serves plates of food to fellow vendors. ABOVE: operators of the Grandpa’s Express train Bob and Janet Detrick; Bob Detrick, engineer of the Grandpa’s Express train, pulls J.J. Reichert of Zanesfield and several youths around the park. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | REUBEN MEES)

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READING ROUNDUP

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Indian Lake Elementary students who read over the summer received special recognition Friday from the school’s resident reading guru, Fisherwoman Frieda, who stopped in to celebrate students reading more than 4,600 books in the past few months. Frieda, who returned from a trip out west, handed out cowboy-themed prizes for the students who completed their summer reading logs, including bandanas, candy bars, hats and extra recess. The second grades turned in the most completed reading logs and also earned an ice cream treat. In total, more than 150 students read 30 or more books over break. (PHOTO | INDIAN LAKE SCHOOLS)

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Insurance group donates to Discovery Riders

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Stolly Insurance Group’s Operation Giveback program recently awarded Discovery Riders a check for $250. The goal of Discovery Riders, located in Zanesfield, is to provide physically, mentally and emotionally challenged people an opportunity to improve their lives through horsemanship and therapeutic riding. Voting for Operation Giveback took place from July 15-Aug. 15, with a total of 5,652 votes cast for local non-profit charities to receive donations. 

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