With a Twist

Millersport Schools present ‘ Oliver’

MILLERSPORT – Students from Millerspor t elementary through high school grades are working and rehearsing vigorously to present the musical “Oliver” at the Millersport Elementary Auditorium, 11850 Lancaster Street, Millersport, Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13, 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 14, 2:30 p.m., complete with a huge cast and elaborate sets. Tickets for the show are $8. There […]

Police can watch school cameras from cruisers

BALTIMORE – Village police officers are now able to monitor in real time security cameras installed in all three school buildings, Police Chief Michael Tussey reported at the March 25 council meeting. The camera images are transmitted to computers mounted in each cruiser. Tussey said it took about a year to get the system operational, but it only cost about […]

Morgan to replace Snavely as fiscal officer

HEBRON – Deborah Morgan will replace Marty Snavely as village fiscal officer. Snavely resigned last month effective April 26, to return to Licking County government and a newly created position in the County Auditor’s Office. Morgan is moving across the lobby from the Hebron Police Department where she was the Mayor’s Court Clerk and police department administrative assistant. Police Chief […]

Consumers warned about sites like Craigslist

COLUMBUS – With the growing amount of trust in personto person online marketplaces like Craigslist, consumers have become increasingly comfortable with online transactions. Today, people are looking for almost anything online. Whether it’s finding a roommate, a vacation home or automobile, a life partner or a rental apartment, the “Craigslist culture” offers no-cost or lowcost services that are quick and […]

Millersport ROTC cadet to receive top honor

ATHENS – Ohio University Army ROTC Cadet Brian P. Johnson has been selected to receive the George C. Marshall Award during an awards ceremony to be held April 14-17 at the Marshall Center, Virginia Military Institute, in Lexington, VA. The award is named in the honor and legacy of General of the Army George C. Marshall, who served in World […]

Gambling with your life in Buckeye Lake

Opportunities to gamble range from new casinos to local internet cafes. But only in Buckeye Lake Village do you gamble with your life. No special equipment is needed. You don’t need to try hang gliding, car surfing or bull riding. No nerves of steel are required. All you have to do is to live or visit here. No one knows […]

Two opinions in one letter

Editor: It’s a fact that I’m not in the habit of writing letters, but it’s also true that the pen is mightier than the sword. Even though every poker player knows that an ice pick is more persuasive than either. In this instance, I will rely on the pen. This epistle will seek to deliver two opinions; one critical and […]

Letha Ladonna Clarey

Letha Ladonna Clarey, 82, of The Plains, OH, passed away peacefully April 1, 2013, at the home of her niece, Janet Meckley in Millersport. She was born August 15, 1930, at Millfield, Ohio, to the late Charles E and Susie (Culp) Clarey. She is survived by many special nieces and nephews; and her special neighbor, Jo. In addition to her […]

Mary K. Gaib

Mary K. Gaib, of Newark, formerly of Thornville, passed away March 27, 2013, at Kindred Heathcare in Newark. She was born on March 9, 1929, in Hilliard, to the late Bernard and Marie (Terbraake) Elfrink. Mary was a member of the Women of the Moose in Dunnellon, Florida. She enjoyed history and was a longtime volunteer at the Ohio Historical […]

Viola K. Kyle

A funeral service for Viola K. Kyle, 76 of Hebron was held March 30, 2013, in the Newark Chapel of Vensil & Chute Funeral Home with Pastor Irene Wilson officiating. Burial will be in Hanover Cemetery. Mrs. Kyle died March 28, 2013 at the Arlington Care Center. She was born December 7, 1936, in Ben Rush, WV, to the late […]