Give the ‘Gift of Life’



Editor: Five million Ohioans agree: organ donation saves lives. Donate Life Month is a perfect time to announce that there are now more than 5 million registered organ and tissue donors in the Ohio Donor Registry! This achievement makes it clear that Ohioans understand the need for donors and are starting to take action. I would like to thank each […]

Writer supports Mill Dam Corner Grille



Editor: To all the complaints about the Mill Dam Corner Grille, I would like you to know how much they have helped my daughter and grandson who have OMS. Cindy and her co-owners did not hesitate to help out by having a beneffit for him, which is just one of many that they have done. When it comes to noise, […]

Help support Lancer Band, After-Prom



Editor: You can help support the Lakewood Lancer Band and the After-Prom; and have fun checking out a new Dodge. Come out to the Lakewood High School parking lot between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, to test drive a new Dodge. The band and After-Prom will share $20 from Dodge from every test drive. Just one […]

Police activity reports



Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • April 15: A Duke service station employee reported that a customer left without paying for $26.95 in gasoline. • April 16: A Crane Lake woman said someone vandalized her pontoon boat. She said she may know who did it. • April 17: A 4th Street woman found a male acquaintance asleep […]

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Trustees won’t cut back on mowing



UNION TOWNSHIP – A Union Township mowing equipment operator can breathe easyfor now. Union Township Trustees decided not to change the frequency and scope of mowing in the face of soaring fuel prices. “How aggressively do we want to mow,” asked Trustee President John Slater during the trustees’ Monday night meeting. He was concerned that if fuel prices continue to […]

Baltimore celebrates Arbor Day May 1



BALTIMORE – The Village of Baltimore will be celebrating Arbor Day on May 1 with two separate planting ceremonies. The first planting will take place in Basil Park at 2:00 p.m. The tree for Basil Park was donated by Keller Farms, and will be planted by Daisy Scouts and Brownies from Baltimore area Girl Scout troops. The ceremony is hosted […]

Ohio leads nation in Tree Cities



COLUMBUS – Ohio remains the nation’s leader in Tree City USA communities with 244 participating cities, villages and townships. This marks Ohio’s 30th year as the top Tree City USA state, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Forestry. “Half of Ohioans live and work in a Tree City USA, and they are enjoying a variety […]

Lighten up: It’s time to take Fridays off



It’s Friday. So sorry – but I’m closed. In fact, by the power wasted on me, I hereby declare Fridays off. For everyone. From this day forward. I can almost see your smiles, hear your sighs of relief at this wonderful news. Really, it was no bother for me to grant you a four-day workweek. I know, I know – […]

Full Pool Breakfast set for April 29 at yacht club



BUCKEYE LAKE – The Buckeye Lake Region Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual George Pugh Full Pool Breakfast on Friday, April 29, from 7 – 8:30 a.m. at The Buckeye Lake Yacht Club. The Full Pool breakfast will energize community business members from Fairfield, Licking and Perry counties as spring – and Lake Season – begins; Chamber and community […]


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