June 15, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

News

All three schools require wireless upgrades

BALTIMORE – Some Liberty Union-Thurston School Board members were disappointed to learn Monday night that all three district schools will require wireless technology upgrades so students will be able to take staterequired tests on-line starting More...

Buckeye Lake rejects contract options for fire/EMS

BUCKEYE LAKE – Thanks, but no thanks, was the public safety committee’s recommendation Monday night as village officials discuss the possibility of contracting outside of the village for fire protection and a proposed regional fire distri More...

Buckeye Lake Police officer suspended

BUCKEYE LAKE – Police Officer Bryan French has been suspended without pay for two days and has a permanent writeup on his record for allowing a suspected impaired driver to drive home while he followed May 26. More...

Obituaries

James C. Brode

James C. Brode, age 52 of Millersport, passed away June 5, 2013, at Fairfield Medical Center, Lancaster. Jim was born on April 18, 1961, in Newark, to David L. and Nola J. (Winter) Brode. More...

John Willett Clendenin, Jr

John Willett Clendenin,Jr, age 81, of Buckeye Lake, died June 6, 2013, in Newark following an extended illness. He was born in Springville, TN, the son of the late John W. and Margaret E (Nicholson) Clendenin Sr. John Jr. More...

Ruth Evelyn (Boring) Helser

Ruth Evelyn (Boring) Helser, age 95 of Jacksontown, passed away June 6, 2013, with her son at her side. She was born October 27, 1917, in rural Licking County, to Leonard E. and Mary Lenora (Kreager) Boring. She married Homer D. More...

Editorials & Letters

‘Wishing will make it so’

Buckeye Lake Village council members must have been channeling singer Vera Lynn and Big Band leader Glenn Miller Monday night. Both performed ‘Wishing will make it so’ in the 1930’s, maybe even right here at the Crystal Ballroom. More...

A BLASST update

Editor: OMG this spring has been wonderful here in Ohio and I am so happy to have experienced it. It was 92 degrees in the shade when I left Florida. Usually when I get home it goes from cold to high humidly 92 degrees here. More...

‘We are all at risk’

Editor: Buckeye Lake council member and mayoral candidate Clay Carroll has convinced the rest of council to turn their backs on an EMS contract with Hebron. For all of us who may need to call 9-1- 1....we’re stuck with a crippled department. More...

Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • May 29: An East 6th Street woman reported a case of credit card fraud. It was later discovered that a company inadvertently charged her double for a transaction. More...