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News

Township to get $3 million estate tax windfall

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township Fiscal Officer Jill Linn had quite a surprise for trustees Tuesday night. More...

Disc golf comes to Hebron

HEBRON – Hebron has a new golf course, but not in the traditional sense. More...

200 Years Young

Thornville celebrates bicentennial

THORNVILLE – Thornville Mayor Beth Patrick spent a sleepless night Saturday, remembering the storms that pounded the area that day. The next day would be Thornville’s bicentennial celebration. More...

Obituaries

Josh Blauser

Josh Blauser, 37, of Baltimore, died as the result of a motorcycle accident on Saturday, July 2, 2011. More...

Teresa Ann Bowers

Teresa Ann Bowers, 34 of Newark, died unexpectedly Saturday, July2, 2011. She was born in Newark, on August 23, 1976. She attended Lakewood Schools. More...

Hazel M. Cattano

Hazel M. Cattano, 66, of Baltimore, went home to with the Lord on Saturday, July 2, 2011 at The Pickering House. More...

Editorials & Letters

Time to check the air!

It’s time to check the air in Buckeye Lake Village Council chambers. More...

A new team is needed to continue BLASST

Editor: All I can say is thank God the big day part is over. Tom Swank apologies for the missing 30 seconds of silence for the prayer after taps on the radio simulcast. More...

Boat parade thanks

Editor: I am most thankful and appreciative of all the people who have made the 4th of July Boat Parade a success. Howard Everett played the National Anthem with such feeling and passion. More...

Schools

Local students named to Muskingum’s Dean’s List

NEW CONCORD – Muskingum University recently named its Dean’s List student for the spring 2011 semester. Dean’s List students must attain strictly prescribed levels of academic performance in their overall grade point average. More...

Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • Reports were not available this week. Hebron • May 26: A Hebron Library employee reported the theft of 24 DVD’s. More...