Pastor thanks community for helping Tori Diehl

Editor: My name is Pastor Brian Harkness and just before winter I posted a letter in the Buckeye Lake Beacon asking for support for Tori Diehl. Tori is a 12 year old Lakewood Middle School student and member of our congregation at New Life Community Church. Tori was preparing to undergo a bone marrow transplant to help combat Acute Lymphocytic […]

Risks on lake are year round

Editor: The purpose of this letter is to clarify various issues and concerns regarding the use of “bubblers” to prevent ice damage to boat docks at Buckeye Lake during the winter. When I met with your reporter and a Buckeye Lake State Park representative at the lake on Monday, February 12, I specificallystated that the use of small bubblers or […]

Writer wants what voters approved

Editor: Last November I voted for a tax increase so I could have 24/7 Emergency Medical personnel (in Walnut Township) on duty if I or anyone else needs help. Then I read in the February 24th edition of the Beacon that the Walnut Township trustees are not giving the money so this can happen. Mr. Dupler: we voted for the […]

‘Breakfast crew’ thanks diners

Editor: The “breakfast crew” at Trinity United Church of Christ in Thornville thanks everyone who braved the cold, snow and ice to attend our Third Saturday Breakfast on Feb. 17. We received several calls asking if the breakfast was cancelled. It’s our policy to cancel only if Perry County is under a level three weather emergency. Join us on March […]

Wrongly ticketed driver deserves refund of fine

Editor: There is no doubt and should be no question about the man that Kirkersville illegally ticketed getting back the finehe paid. Everyone involved appears to be still skirting the law and rules of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC). They appear to want to enforce the ORC, but not obey the ORC if it does not favor them. Remember ORC […]

Another Letter: Mooney responds to village council letter

Editor: The anonymous author of a Feb. 10 Beacon letter chose to hide behind the entire six member Baltimore Village Council. I have a right to know the identity of the coward who authored these outright lies. The remarks made in my letter are truthful and the salary figures stated were directly quoted from the Village fiscal officer,Flo Welker, by […]

School lunches

School lunch menus for the week of March 5th. Liberty Union Elementary Monday: Hot dog or PB&J sandwich, oven fries, rice krispy bar, and fruit. Tuesday: Fish shapes, macaroni & cheese, veggie boat/dip, and peaches. Wednesday: Cheese pizza or PB&J sandwich, corn & peas, and fruit cup. Thursday: Hamburger or PB&J sandwich, baked beans, and pears. Friday: Chicken nuggets, mashed […]

Educational options meeting set for March 7

HEBRON – Lakewood High School guidance department is sponsoring a meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 7 in the high school library for students and their parents who are interested in participating in the post-secondary options program next year. The program gives qualified students the opportunity to earn college credits while still enrolled in high school. Students may take courses […]

Nell K. Addison

Nell K. Addison, 79 of Baltimore, died Monday, February 26, 2007, at Rockmill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was former president of Cross Country Club of Baltimore. She is survived by her daughter, Rhonda (Glynn) Thompson of Baltimore; three sons, John (Linda) Addison of Baltimore, Jerry (Pat) Tripp-Addison of Golden, Co, and James Thomas (Brenda) Addison of Baltimore; eight grandchildren, […]

Richard Dahl Creiglow

Richard Dahl Creiglow, age 82 of Thornville, entered into eternal rest on Friday, February 23, 2007, at the Somerset Healthcare Center. Richard was born on February 1, 1925, in Amanda, Ohio, to Wilmer D. and Florence D.(Hughes) Creiglow. He retired from Bryan Custom Plastic as an electrician. He was a W.W.II veteran of the U.S. Army and a life member […]

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