‘Dog warden’ returns to battle ‘watchdog’



Editor: Before I thank my supporters, I would like to restate a fact that the watch dog missed in my previous letter. I am the fiscal officer’s husband. Anyway, I would like to thank all the people that have called and emailed offering their support in bringing out the truth behind the ‘partners in crime,’ the watchdog and his trustee […]

‘Watchdog’ fighting to get more public records



Editor: Recently, someone contaminated a local church by bringing politics to the altar. This is a church that I do not attend, but more than one GOB (Good Ole Boy) does attend! My name was placed on a written prayer list which had several different categories of prayer. I was in the category that, I believe, implied that I did […]

Writer lauds Millersport Little Lakers coaches



Editor: I would like to recognize and give credit to the football coaching staff of the Millersport Little Lakers. I am a proud parent of athletes in this program and want to send thanks for their dedication, pride, hard work, perseverance, and “never satisfied” attitudes. They are appreciated more than they will ever know and are humble enough not to […]

Report post office complaints



Editor: This letter is for anyone with a Millersport mailing address. If you have had any probelms with the Millersport Post Office, I strongly encourage you to call Greg Base at (614) 722-9615 or (614) 746-4302 to make a report. We need to get these problems fixed. Victoria Wolfe West Bank

Thanks from Cormican family



Editor: The family of James S. Cormican expresses our thanks to Hospice of Central, our Hospice angels (Karen Haren, Karen Shell, Paty Banks, Amanda and Pastor Tom Myers) and the other that gave Jim top notch care. Thanks also to Pastors Jeff and Patti Morlock and the ladies of Grace Lutheran. Thanks to everyone for their prayers, words of comfort […]

‘Watchdog’ barks back at ‘dog warden’



Editor: Let’s discuss some more of the “Dog warden” Duval tales from his Oct. 18 letter. I have to admit he got one thing right. I did have cause to tell someone to shut up at one of the meetings, but he left out most of the story. The comment was directed to him and I did try to apologize […]

Walnut Township Schools levy renewal falls 32 votes short



LANCASTER – There are five boxes of provisional and absentee ballots still to be counted in Fairfield County, Walnut Township Schools Superintendent Ron Thornton said Wednesday morning. “They (Board of Elections) have no idea how many there are,” he added. Unofficial results show the renewal of the district’s emergency operating levy falling short by 32 votes – 1,137 “no” votes […]

School lunches



School lunch menus for the week of November 10 . Glenford/Somerset/ Thornville Elementary Monday: Hamburger w/ pickles, oven fries, and choice of fruit. Tuesday: Chicken tenders, green beans, choice of fruit, and roll & butter. Wednesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, garden salad w/dressing, bread stick, and sherbet. Thursday: Turkey club sandwich, carrot sticks w/dip, pasta salad, and choice of fruit. Friday: […]

Shirley Lucille (Good) Camp



Shirley Lucille (Good) Camp, 73, of Hamden, formerly of Baltimore, died October 28, 2008, at Fairfield Medical Cener. She was born Sept. 1, 1935, in Pleasantville, to the late Henry and Lula (Pugh) Good. Shirley is survived by her son, Gerald W. (Debbie) Courtney of Baltimore; daughters, Carolyn S. (Chuck) Hoy of Lancaster, Jackie L. Chambers of Baltimore, Janet M. […]

Mildred “Midge” G. James



A funeral service celebrating the life of Mildred “Midge” G. James, 95, of Fort Myers, Fla., formerly of Buckeye Lake, were November 3, 2008, at Hoskinson Funeral Home, Kirkersville, with Pastor Tyler Dunlap officiating. Burial was in New Reading Cemetery near Somerset. Midge died peacefully in her sleep Thursday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Cindy, in Westerville. She […]


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