August 10, 2013 RSS feed / News

Best road resurfacing bid comes in under estimate

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township Trustees unanimously agreed Monday night to award a $226,764.70 contract for road resurfacing to The Shelly Company of Thornville. More...

I-70 to be restricted during the night

JACKSONTOWN – Interstate 70 east and westbound will be restricted starting Thursday, August 8, for work relating to the Canal Road bridge replacement project located between Ohio 37 and Ohio 79. I-70 will be restricted from 8 p.m. More...

Duck blind lottery set for Aug. 17

COLUMBUS – More than 280 permits are available to hunters wishing to construct a duck blind on several Ohio State Parks’ lakes this waterfowl hunting season. More...

Things to do…

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

Lakewood considering one-to-one computing

HEBRON – Lakewood Superintendent Jay Gault wants the school district to adopt “one-toone computing,” but that’s the only certainty for now. “There is no timeline,” he said. More...

Time to register for Hebron soccer

HEBRON –Hebron Area Soccer is accepting registrations for the Fall season. Reserve your spot now by registering directly on line at www.HebronAreaSoccer.com or by downloading and mailing a registration form. More...

Trustees might pull new fire levy off Nov. 5 ballot

UNION TOWNSHIP – Trustees aren’t ready to pull their 1.5 mil additional fire levy from the November ballot-at least not yet. More...

Robber wanted to go back to jail

KIRKERSVILLE- Robert Fraizer, 58, decided it would be better to return to prison than starve as a homeless person so he robbed the Park National Bank in Kirkersville Tuesday afternoon. More...