July 16, 2011 RSS feed / News

Home schooled students may get part-time privileges

BALTIMORE – Home schooled students in grades 7- 12 may be able to enroll in the Liberty Union Thurston School District on a part-time basis if school board members next month approve an option suggested by Superintendent Paul Mathews to the boa More...

Township hosts training

UNION TOWNSHIP- What do you do if someone’s being crushed beneath a combine or sinking into a silo full of grain? More...

Can your home be found quickly?

HEBRON – Is your home a mystery to find?  Can it be found quickly?  • In an emergency?  • When every second counts?  • Especially at night?  More...

Island tour to benefit Buckeye Lake Museum

BUCKEYE LAKE – If you have ever wanted to visit Circle Island in Buckeye Lake, the first ever opportunity is coming up Friday, July 29.  The Buckeye Lake Historical Society has put together an island tour that includes Circle Island and No More...

Lake is ‘open for business’

BUCKEYE LAKE – The lake is safe for everyone, contrary to what some media reports have led people to believe.  “This lake is open for business. Come out and enjoy our parks,” said Ohio State Parks Chief David Payne.  More...

Carillon dedication set for this Sunday

KIRKERSVILLE - Seventeen years ago Jacqui Atwell Bowers, a life-long Kirkersville resident and member of the Kirkersville United Methodist Church, asked her family and friends to install a bell carillon in the church.  Her request has now been f More...

Village picks new engineer for storm water project

BUCKEYE LAKE – Following what Buckeye Lake Village Council member Kaye Hartman called a “long evening” of deliberation, service committee members agreed that Jobes Henderson & Associates, Inc. More...

Things to do…

Events   Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70.  More...