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Just emergency levy to be on March ballot



By Kim Garee HEBRON – Lakewood school board members barely had time to digest the outcome of two recent levy failures before they were forced to decide both whether to get back on the ballot in March and in what capacity. The board approved a resolution of necessity at its Nov. 14 business meeting to pursue just one issue in […]

Hebron won’t be rushed on water deal



HEBRON – If Buckeye Lake officials thought “shopping” the draft water contract offer from the Village of Millersport would get them a better deal, they’ll be disappointed. Hebron council members spent about 30 minutes Monday night during their combined committees meeting discussing the village’s response to a letter from Buckeye Lake Mayor Frank Foster. Buckeye Lake officials originally asked Hebron […]

Christmas parade set for Dec. 1



MILLERSPORT – The 7th Annual Millersport Christmas Parade steps off at noon on Saturday, Dec. 1. The parade down Lancaster Street to downtown is sponsored by local businesses and organizations. The Millersport Marching Lakers will help escort the Santa Claus into town. Santa will be available for photos after the parade.

Subdivision gets fourway stop to slow traffic



By Scott Rawdon HEBRON- The squeaky wheel always gets the grease – or, in this case, it’s forced to stop spinning entirely. Residents of the Reserve subdivision got their wish to turn the intersection of Reserve Drive and Hawk’s Cove into a four way stop, said Union Township Trustee President John Slater during Monday night’s trustees meeting. The intersection was […]

State surplus auction set



COLUMBUS – A State of Ohio surplus auction is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 24. Computer and electronic equipment and other items will be auctioned. The auction will be held at 9 a.m. at 4200 Surface Road, Columbus. The doors open at 8 a.m. The sale will be conducted by Cassel & Associates. Paper shredders, digital cameras, computer desks, laptop computers […]

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Young bow hunter on target



Grant Heilman will never forget his first deer. Last week, the seven year old harvested a gigantic nine point buck with a crossbow while hunting on his family’s property in Perry County. He used a decoy and grunt call to lure the buck about 28 yards away from him before taking the shot. His father, Glen, said, “This was Grant’s […]

Things to do…



Events Dawes Arboretum – Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Luminary Tour- Friday, December 7, Inclement Weather Date:, Saturday, December 8, 5:30 – 8 p.m. Silent night, festive night! The North End of the Auto Tour is lit with 1,500 candle luminaries. Enjoy a unique and peaceful view of the Park Woods and Daweswood House after dark. All proceeds […]

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