Wildlife officer named

COLUMBUS – State Wildlife OfficerBrad St. Clair is now on active duty in FairfieldCounty. “I am excited to continue my service to Ohio’s sportsmen and women and wildlife enthusiasts in FairfieldCounty,” said St. Clair. St. Clair, 28, will reside within the county. St. Clair is originally from Cambridge. He earned an Associates Degree in Fish and Wildlife Management from Hocking […]

Record Ohio corn crop expected

REYNOLDSBURG – Ohio farmers are on track to produce their largest ever corn crop, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Based on conditions as of August 1, Ohio’s corn crop is estimated at 540.5 million bushels. Growers expect to harvest 3.78 million acres, 820,000 more acres than last year. Average yields for corn are forecast to drop this […]

Things to do…

Things to do… Events Dawes Arboretum – Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Wetland Chronicles: Signs of Change, Saturday, September 1, 10am – noon, September marks the season of change. There are changes in the air temperature, amount of light intensity, rainfall, the color of the leaves and animal movement. The Naturalist will explain the reasons for some of […]

Alzheimer’s caregiver classes set

NEWARK – The Carol Strawn Center, a United Way Partner Agency serving Licking County families affected by Alzheimer’s and related dementias, holds monthly caregiver classes for family members that provide care for someone with a dementia. “Our classes are designed to help family caregivers to broaden their knowledge about dementia, to give practical care giving tips and to provide support […]

School lunches

School lunch menus for the week of August 20th. Hebron/Jackson/Lakewood Intermediate Wednesday: Soft taco, lettuce cup, seasoned corn, and choice of fruit. Thursday: Cheese jammer sticks w/marinara sauce, hot vegetable, and fruit. Friday: Mini corn dogs, oven fries, fruit roll-up, and pudding cup. Lakewood High/ Middle School Wednesday: Mashed potato bowl: Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn & cheese, dinner roll, […]

Thanks for another successful Tour of Homes

Editor: The 22nd annual Tour of Homes was held this past Sunday and was another huge success for the Buckeye Lake Area Civic Association. Over 600 guests visited the six homes on the shoreline of Buckeye Lake and enjoyed a boat tour of the west end of the lake. With over 100 volunteers taking part in this event, it is […]

More thanks from BLACA’s Tour of Homes

Editor: This is just a quick note to thank all the young blooded friends who answered my call for dock volunteers for the Buckeye Lake Area Civic Association Tour of Homes last Sunday. You worked the hardest job and did it like old pros too. I’m so glad you had a good time doing it as well. Please remember there […]

One more BLASST thank you letter

Editor: Here’s one more THANK YOU from the BLASST, A hearty THANK YOU to the following area businesses who sold T-shirts to help pay for the 2007 BLASST: Beachcomber, Beaches Hair & Nail Salon, Buckeye Lake Marina, Buckeye Lake Shopper/ Reporter, Catfish Charley’s, Copper Penny, Hometown Hotdogs, Island House, Millersport General Store, Millersport Hardware, Pizza Cottage, T.C.Market, White Cottage, and […]

Thanks from the Beverly Readman family

Editor: The Beverly Readman family would like to thank Hebron Mayor Clifford Mason and his lovely wife, Rose, and the Hebron community for their generosity and caring during her passing. We would also like to thank our family, friends and neighbors for their support during this difficulttime. Chris Stapleton & Misty Miller Hebron

‘Watchdog’ will still be sniffing around Kirkersville

Editor: First of all, Ms. Mudd, let’s get one thing straight. You may have looked at public records and saw where I bought a house, but you haven’t seen public records indicating that my residence is not Kirkersville. When my husband and I were fortunate enough to buy a house, the first thing I did was to inform the “powers […]

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