Time to register for Hebron soccer



HEBRON –Hebron Area Soccer is accepting registrations for the Fall season. Reserve your spot now by registering directly on line at www.HebronAreaSoccer.com or by downloading and mailing a registration form. Register now through August 31 and qualify for the early bird discount price of only $35. Also receive a $10discount for each additional family member you register. The league is […]

Eugene E. LeFever



Eugene E. LeFever, of Baltimore, born March 20, 1944, went to be with his Lord and Savior August 1, 2013. Gene, as he is known to his close friends and family, married the love of his life, Barbie LeFever of 33 years. He retired from Lucent after 33 years of service. He was a dedicated member of the farming community […]

Thomas B. Skinner



A funeral service, celebrating the life of Thomas B. Skinner, 92, formerly of Buckeye Lake, was held August 7, 2013, in the chapel of The Hoskinson Funeral & Cremation Service, with Pastor Timothy Isenringhausen as celebrant. Burial followed in Wilson Cemetery, Newark. Tom died early August 5, 2013, in Newark, following an extended illness. He was born in Columbus on […]

Guest Column: A Buckeye Lake for Tomorrow water quality update



What do all of the numbers mean? How serious are the warnings posted at the beaches? Is Buckeye Lake in trouble? Is it safe to swim? Can we eat the fish? It is a world-wide problem and is known by many names; Harmful Algal Blooms, HABs, Blue Green Algae and Cyanobacteria, but they all mean the same thing – Nutrient […]

Duck blind lottery set for Aug. 17



COLUMBUS – More than 280 permits are available to hunters wishing to construct a duck blind on several Ohio State Parks’ lakes this waterfowl hunting season. Lottery drawings will be held at the participating state parks on the morning of Saturday, Aug. 17. Interested applicants must appear in person at a participating state park office with proof of a 2013 […]

Trustees might pull new fire levy off Nov. 5 ballot



UNION TOWNSHIP – Trustees aren’t ready to pull their 1.5 mil additional fire levy from the November ballot-at least not yet. Monday night, Trustee President Rick Black said they have until Aug. 30 to pull the levy if it looks as though the boundary conformative issue won’t be resolved within the next few weeks. “At this point, I don’t want […]

Police activity reports



Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • July 11: A Walnut Road woman reported that someone attacked her granddaughter. • July 11: Officer stopped a vehicle for several equipment violations and no turn signal use, and found both the driver and passenger had no drivers licenses and the driver had two warrants for his arrest. The driver’s record […]

Things to do…



Events Dawes Arboretum – Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Music in the Garden: Sterling String Quartet – August 11, 1:30 – 3 p.m. Let violinists’ Elaine Swinney and Peter Harris, violist Victoria Capper and cellist Dan Clark provide you with a musical excursion that will take you many places “from The Concert Hall to The Club.” Each of […]

Robber wanted to go back to jail



KIRKERSVILLE- Robert Fraizer, 58, decided it would be better to return to prison than starve as a homeless person so he robbed the Park National Bank in Kirkersville Tuesday afternoon. “He was arrested in Newark before for bank robbery,” said Licking County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Dave Starling. He said he couldn’t verify it, but there is a good chance that […]

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