More support for Holman-Lynch for fiscal officer



Editor: I am writing this letter in support of Andrea Holman Lynch running for Licking Township Fiscal Officer. I have had the privilege of knowing and working under Andrea and she is highly dedicated to her community, family, respects others ideas and opinions, and is a great person. Working with her made me realize how responsible, hard working and devoted […]

‘Watchdog’ says county dog pound is doing less with more



Editor: You work; you buy a home; you pay taxes; you get a puppy; buy a dog license; you have kids; you let the kids get a puppy…buy another dog license…every year. Inflation; depression; recession; the bottom drops out of the economy. You lose your job; you lose your home; you have to move to an apartment; you can’t take […]

Chorpenning supported for trustee



Editor: So Jeff Chorpenning is running again for Bowling Green Township Trustee. Well good!! Let me congratulate him for his courage to go up against the old boy regime once more. I believe Jeff truly understands the meaning of the word “trustee” and behaves accordingly. He also expects the same high standard of behavior from the group as a whole. […]

More support for Holman-Lynch



Editor: I have known Andrea Holman Lynch for almost five years. She was my former supervisor at State Farm. When I first met her, she was over the Service Accounting Team, which is responsible for all incoming payments from Policyholders in our zone (over 15 states) and most outgoing payments to Policyholders (i.e. loans, withdrawals etc). To say she knows […]

Township has more money than it thought



UNION TOWNSHIP – Union Township Trustees really aren’t certain yet how much money is in the township’s accounts. “As long as it’s up, not down,” said Amanda Township Fiscal Officer Melissa Tremblay who was hired to assess what Union Township needs to bring its accounting up to date. Tremblay is often hired as a consultant to townships and municipalities to […]

Coleman supported for trustee



Editor: This letter is to lend our support to the campaign of Bob Coleman for Thorn Township Trustee. We view Bob as a friendly and honest person who will always support the best interests of our community. Howard & Bobbi ChristyThorn Township

Lowell Eugene Coakley



Lowell Eugene Coakley, 79 years young, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, October 3, 2011. He was born a triplet on December 24, 1931, to the late Martha E. and H. Morris Coakley of Carroll. Lowell, a lifelong resident of Carroll, was raised on a farm and continued farming as his main occupation. He served 18 […]

Robert A. Elam



Robert A. Elam age 65, of Thurston, died at his residence on Sunday October 2, 2011. He was a retired lieutenant with the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office with 18 years of service. He was in the US Air Force, and was a member of the Little White Church in Jesus’s Name. Robert is survived by his wife of 34 years, […]

James “Jim” W. Evans, Jr.



James “Jim” W. Evans, Jr., 46 of Lancaster, went home to be with his Savior on Sunday, October 2, 2011, at the Pickering House. Jim was a car salesman for Bob-Boyd Ford, a graduate of Lancaster High School Class of 1984 and enjoyed camping fishing and working on cars. He is survived by his wife of 13 years, Doreen M. […]

Cathy Elain Hall



Cathy Elain Hall, age 53, of Glenford, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, October 2, 2011, at her home. Cathy was born in Columbus, on August 13, 1958. She was preceded in death by mother, Ocie Adkins. Cathy is survived by her loving family: husband of 33 years, Gary Hall; son, Gary A. (Denyel) Hall; granddaughter, Taylor Hall; father, James (Mary) […]


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