Sweet Corn Festival benefits many community organizations

Editor: The Millersport Lions Club is hosting its 61st Sweet Corn Festival this weekend at Historic Lions Park. Our motto is We Serve, and we are fortunate to be serving a community that gives as much as it receives. Our largest annual fundraising project continues to be the Sweet Corn Festival, which is today recognized as one of the largest […]

Letter prompted writer to review his own views

Editor: In response to the very thoughtful letter in a recent issue from Victoria G. Wolfe regarding the state of politics in America. I concur with the six points she stated. Without doubt many of us have arrived at the same conclusions. Too often let down by our representatives some of whom appear to be more engaged in “gotcha politics” […]

Land use survey results to be presented September 4

Editor: A presentation of the results of the Liberty Township Land Use Survey will be given at 7 PM on Tuesday, September 4th at the Pickerington Church of Christ (corner of Ohio 256 and Stoudertown Road). I would like to ask everyone who lives in or is thinking about whether to live in Liberty Township to consider attending the presentation […]

Parent praises Lakewood

Editor: As the new school year starts, I would like to say how lucky we are to be in the Lakewood School District. As a parent of a special education student, I have seen how Lakewood truly takes pride in the education of all students. What started out as a very frustrating and overwhelming experience in Kindergarten for my child […]

Writer responds to ‘watchdog’s’ letter about expenditures

Editor: I would like to first clarify some of the expenditures from last week’s letter from Bonnie Mansfield. The bill from Time Warner Cable for the amount of $80.53 is for the high speed Internet service that the town hall is currently using. the bill from Acme Elevator Service & Repair in the amount of $5,350 went toward the elevator […]

More Letters: Wells says Hayden is trying to hide from voters

Editor: No where else but in Buckeye Lake…does a council member cheat the voters by robbing them of their right to elect their own representatives! Council President Charlene Hayden has manipulated a way to stay on council two more years without running for re-election. She wants to resign from her own seat which will expire at the end of the […]

‘Watchdog’ explains political satire

Editor: I would hope that Erika Mudd reads my letters carefully. I DON’T CARE that she looked at public records to do “homework” on me. I DO care that she seems to be more concerned about ME rather than where our tax dollars are going or what our politicians are doing. I did question her MOTIVES and I now believe […]

School lunches

School lunch menus for the week of September 3. Hebron/Jackson/Lakewood Intermediate Monday: No School – Labor Day Tuesday: Hot chicken sandwich, oven baked fries, warm cinnamon apples, and goldfish crackers. Wednesday: Kid’s Choice Day! Thursday: Turkey & noodles, whipped potatoes, seasoned green beans, and fruit cup. Friday: PBJ sandwich, chicken noodle soup, chilled fruit, and cookie. Lakewood High/ Middle School […]

Donald Dean Capelle

A funeral service celebrating the life of Donald Dean Capelle, 75, of Buckeye Lake was held August 27, 2007, in the Chapel of the Hoskinson Funeral Home, Kirkersville, with Pastor Timothy Ahrens officiating. The Columbus Maennerchor and Swiss Club sang immediately prior to the service. Don died suddenly Friday morning while undergoing emergency surgery at Mount Carmel East Hospital. He […]

Emily E. LaSalle

Emily E. LaSalle, 68 of Baltimore, former resident of Yuma, AZ, died Tuesday, August 21, 2007, at the Pickering House. She was a US Air Force veteran and retired from AT&T. She was a member of the Baltimore VFW Post #3761, and the DAV in Arizona. She is survived by her daughter, Debra (Tony Simons) Timms of Baltimore; grandchildren, Brandis […]

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