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Marion Anderson of Kenton, seated left in both photos, and her daughter, Sue Walters of West Liberty, standing behind her, celebrated Christmas with two photos of five generations. With them in the left photo are Mrs. Walters’ grandson, Chris Hodge of Bellefontaine and her great-grandson, Shawn Hodge of Marysville with her great-great grandson, Cole Hodge, 2. With them in the photo at the right, are Mrs. Walters’ grandson, Devon Hodge of DeGraff; her great-grandson, Tyler Hodge of DeGraff and three-month-old great-great-granddaughter, Hadley Hodge.

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Good citizens

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Bellefontaine High School senior Tyler Jones, second from left, won the Bellefontaine Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen essay contest and earned a $100 prize and The Madonna of the Trail traveling trophy to be displayed at his school for the next year. Other participants included, from left: Ohio Hi-Point Career Center student Madison Rogan, Taylor Pooler from Benjamin Logan and Jasmine Bryant, Riverside. (PHOTO | DAR)

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Warm winter work day

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Doug Quay of the Logan County Land Trust uses a chainsaw to cut through invasive bush honeysuckle plants as volunteer Polly Barger follows along cleaning the debris and marking stumps during an unseasonably warm winter work day Saturday at the Myeerah Nature Preserve. The land trust, which helps preserve agricultural land by using public money to buy development rights, wanted to find other ways to improve Logan County’s natural landscape and saw a partnership with the city-owned nature preserve as one of several ways to do that, the organization’s president, Bob Stoll told the volunteers Saturday. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES) 

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Hi-Point health students advance to state competition

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Raiders recreate ‘Rumors’

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Benjamin Logan High School drama students present Neil Simon’s Rumors at 7 p.m. today and Saturday in the high school auditorium. Under the direction of Christy Fout and Layne Bair, the farce centers around a 10th anniversary celebration in New York where the host lies bleeding in the other room and his wife is nowhere in sight. Confusion and miscommunication are served up in big doses as the dinner party goes awry. Tickets are $5 at the door. (PHOTO | BLHS)

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