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Photos on May 15, 2012

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Debbie Pifer, right, manager of White House Fruit Farm in Canfield, was recently honored as Outstanding Community Citizen of the Year by the Dublin Grange in Canfield. Grange lecturer Gary Reel, who presented a history of the group, was honored as a past master.

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Jim Standohar (1) of Girard slides in behind the tag of South Range’s Mason Miller (12) during their Division III district semifinal baseball game Monday at Cene Park in Struthers. The Indians blanked the Raiders, 10-0, and advance to play Ursuline in the district championship today.

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Crestview’s Austin Eskra (10) scrambles back to the bag as Ursuline’s Sam Donko (13) applies the tag during a Division III district semifinal baseball game Monday at Cene Park in Struthers. The Irish downed the Rebels, 4-1, and will defend their title in the district championship today against Girard. The game will get underway at 7 p.m. at Cene Park.

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Jim Tressel, Former Ohio State football coach & new vice president for strategic engagement at the University of Akron

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John York and Denise DeBartolo York, left, presented scholarships to eight Mahoning Valley high-school students, Jessica Fox of Mineral Ridge High School, Brian Boccieri Jr., of Girard High School, Sara Lopez of Salem High School, Aaron Page of West Branch High School, Nilyshia Johnson of Chaney High School, Dana Nocera of John F. Kennedy High School and Diane Moody of Lakeview High School, during a Monday luncheon at the Holiday Inn in Boardman. The eighth recipient, Carmen Moradian of Boardman High School, did not attend.

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Struthers Mayor Terry Stocker, left, and Al Sauline, area manager for Aqua Ohio, show off Aqua Ohio’s new pump station that will serve trucks getting water for delivery to hydraulic-fracturing sites in Ohio.

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Cairo, the Austintown department’s new police dog, attacks Shallow Creek Kennel employee Martin Kreeft on command.

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