November 10, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Springer granted intervention instead of jail in theft

NEW LEXINGTON – If Martha “Marty” Springer abides by court orders and makes financial restitution, a felony theft will be expunged from her record, a common pleas judge decided Monday afternoon, granting Springer and her lawyer&rsqu More...

Photo

Recently members of the First Community Church’s Joy Bible Class assembled Christmas gift boxes for the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child program. More...

Liberty Union boys, Sheridan girls compete at state tournament

HEBRON – The Buckeye Lake area was well represented at last Saturday’s State Cross Country Tournament at National Trail Raceway. It was the tournament’s second year at the well known drag strip. More...

Obituaries

Helen L. Creed

Helen L. Creed, age 90 of Millersport, passed away October 31, 2012, at Pickering House in Lancaster. Helen was born February 5, 1922, in Baltimore to the late Wilson H. and Mabel Tussing. More...

Kelly Lynn Love

Kelly Lynn Love, 47, of Thornville and Lancaster passed away November 2, 2012, at the Fairfield Medical Center. She was born on May 13, 1965, in Lancaster. Kelly was the assistant manager for Kroger’s in Reynoldsburg. More...

William “Bill” Franklin Raver, Jr.

William “Bill” Franklin Raver, Jr., age 74, left this earth to travel home to be with the Lord on October 30, 2012 at the Pickering House, in Lancaster, after a hard fought battle with cancer and other complications. More...

Two new commissioners in Perry County

NEW LEXINGTON– Two of three Perry County Commissioners will be new next year. More...

Buckeye Lake fire levy defeated

NEWARK – Most local and county-wide races in Licking County drew little attention from voters focused on the presidential and state-level races. More...

Editorials & Letters

You Did It!

Buckeye Lake Village voters spoke loud and clear Tuesday when they refused to renew a five-mill fire levy for five years by a convincing 490-391 margin. More...

Letters to the Editor

Your letters are welcomed and encouraged. We prefer typewritten letters of 250 words or less. All letters must be signed and include your name, address, and a daytime phone number where we can reach you for confirmation purposes. More...

What’s next in Baltimore

Editor: The election results are in and the citizens of Baltimore have spoken again. This time tan even greater percentage of the voters said “NO”. More...

Schools

School lunches

School lunch menus for the week of November 12. Glenford/Somerset/ Thornville Elementary Monday: No School. Tuesday: Toasted cheese, chili soup or vegetable choice, and choice of fruit. More...

Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • Nov. 1: A driver was cited for traveling 50 in a 35 miles per hour zone on Mill Dam Road. • Nov. More...