June 21, 2008 RSS feed / News

Buckeye Lake Truck Stop closing Sunday

BUCKEYE LAKE - It's the end of an era. The Buckeye Lake Truck Stop, a local institution for more than 35 years, is closing its doors Sunday at 7 p.m. Manager Charlie Moore said the garage will remain open, but otherwise, it's closing. More...

Trustees agree to make advance payment to village

MILLERSPORT - The Village of Millersport will get its July payment from Walnut Township Trustees about fiveweeks early. More...

Canal residents want to dredge up the past

THORNPORT - People who live along the canal south of Honey Creek Road haven't seen a dredge since the 1960sand they probably won't anytime soon. But, they may not really need to. More...

37/79 intersection reopens Monday

MILLERSPORT - The Ohio Department of Transportation expects the upgraded intersection of Ohio 37 and Ohio 79 to reopen as scheduled Monday morning, June 23. More...

Thornville Safety Day is Saturday, June 21

THORNVILLE - Thornville Police are sponsoring a free Safety Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 21 at the Thornville Elementary School. More...

Boat parade set

BUCKEYE LAKE - Joe and Therese Miller are the Grand Marshalls for the annual 4th of July Boat Parade. More...

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Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp, left, hands Peggy Wells a letter thanking her and Pastor Bev Myers for "keeping this case (John Cortez) fresh in people's mind." The recognition came during the Sheriff's annual awards ceremony honoring deputies, v More...

Zoning issue gains life of its own

BALTIMORE - A Chinese puzzle has nothing in complexity over a Liberty Township zoning application, which has gained a life of its own. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Catch a Good Time- Friday, June 20, 1 - 2:30 p.m. Introduce the sport of fishing to your youngsters. We'll supply the poles and bait. More...

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Nathan Alexander (left), 17, and Adam Heil, 19, run through Jacksontown on US 40 June 13. They are part of a team of students running 1,300 miles in relay fashion from Wichita, KS to Washington DC to raise awareness of genocide throughout the world. More...