May 24, 2014 RSS feed / News

Legend Valley show drawing close scrutiny

THORNVILLE – Ohio Senator Tim Schaffer (R-District 31) says he’ll will a close eye on an event coming to Legend Valley this summer, as will the Licking County Sheriff’s Department, the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the Licking Township More...

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The Hebron Historical Society and the family of Dave and Mildred Morrow dedicated a bench in their memory Saturday afternoon on East Main Street. More...

5K Walk turns into bigger, better 5K Walk & Run

BUCKEYE LAKE – Preparing for the fifth annual Friends of Buckeye Lake Library 5k Walk- Run has been a marathon, not a sprint, said organizer Dorothy Hertlein. “We’ve been planning this for a year,” she said. More...

Liberty Union -Thurston sets alumni banquet

BALTIMORE – The annual Liberty Union-Thurston Alumni Banquet is set for 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 14, in the Liberty Union High School cafeteria, 500 Washington Blvd., Baltimore. The banquet is held each year on the second Saturday of June. More...

Wild turkey harvest totals 16,556

COLUMBUS – Ohio hunters checked 16,556 wild turkeys during the combined 2014 wild turkey hunting season and youth wild turkey hunting season, April 19-May 18. More...

Board trying to spare extra curriculars from budget cuts

MILLERSPORT- Walnut Township Schools Superintendent Randy Cotner knows one thing for certain. “We will be back on the ballot in November,” he told about 50 people at a special school board meeting Monday to discuss budget cuts. More...

Hebron Legion sets Memorial Day services

HEBRON - American Legion Post 285 will be performing Memorial Day services at the following cemeteries on Monday, May 26. • 6:45 a.m. at Licking Baptist; • 7:00 a.m. at Luray Cemetery; •7:15 a.m. More...

Union Township to support Grow Licking County

UNION TOWNSHIP – Trustees unanimously agreed Monday night to help financially support Grow Licking County. More...

Lakewood revenues exceed expenses until 2018

HEBRON – Lakewood school district won’t be going to the voters for a long time. “The district is very sound financially through 2018,” said Lakewood Treasurer Glenna Plaisted during the May 14 school board meeting. More...

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Logan Nethers signs his oath of office after Hebron Mayor Clifford L. Mason administered the oath to the new auxiliary police officer. Police Chief James Dean introduced Nethers. More...

Top Ten boat names listed

ALEXANDRIA, VA – If a car’s vanity license plate can tell you a lot about the person behind the wheel, what can a boat name tell you about the person behind the helm? More...

Things to do…

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

COTC holding tuition for fall 2014

NEWARK – At a time when most colleges and universities are faced with the tough decision of whether to raise tuition costs, Central Ohio Technical College’s Board of Trustees has approved a recommendation to hold the current annual tuitio More...