Hupp, VanBuren congratulated

Editor: The voters of Bowling Green Township have spoken with the re-election of Ben Hupp and Dan VanBuren to the position of township trustee for another four years. The positive campaign from these men and their supporters was refreshing. The election shows the residents do realize what is happening in their township even though a lot of negative rumors are […]

Writer says obey leash laws

Editor: In reference to Mary Stucko’s letter about the cats missing in her neighborhood, I would like to point out it’s against county law to allow your pet to run freely off-leash outside your own property. While I am an avid dog/cat lover myself, it’s hard to give sympathy to someone who has such a blatant disregard for the law. […]

12 Days of Christmas set

BALTIMORE – The Rotary Club of Baltimore Ohio is conducting a 12 Days of Christmas drawing this holiday season so it can increase its scholarships and community donations. The new holiday drawings begin Dec. 10 and will continue daily for 12 days. Each ticket has 32 chances to win up to a total of $4,000 in cash and other prizes. […]

Irene Godfrey

Irene Godfrey, our beloved mother, died peacefully November 4, 2013. “No job is worth doing unless it is done well,” was the credo by which she lived and she leaves a sturdy footprint behind of a life reflective of jobs well done. She was born in Licking County, on February 27, 1919, to David Augustus and Plyna (Morrow) Langel. Irene […]

Ivan P. Reese

Ivan P. Reese, 82, of Hebron, passed away October 31, 2013, of natural causes. He was born October 7, 1931, to the late John R and Myrtle (Clayton) Reese. Ivan retired from the City of Columbus as a Code Enforcement Officer with the Department of Development. He was an avid fan and follower of the OSU Buckeyes. He is survived […]

Fire contract talks to start over

UNION TOWNSHIP- Fire contract talks between Union Township and the Village of Hebron are back to square one, but in a good way, said Union Township Trustee President Rick Black. “We’re going to have a whole new proposal,” he said. Voters approved Union Township’s additional 1.5 mill fire levy by a 691- 585 vote in unofficial results from Tuesday’s election. […]

Ohio 37 closing for long weekend

JACKSONTOWN – Ohio 37 will close this Friday, November 8, at 2 p.m. about 3 miles south of Granville for railroad crossing work. This closure is necessary for the reconstruction of the railroad crossing located south of Hayes Road/Union Station Road and north of Deeds Road. Ohio 37 will remain closed at this crossing until Monday, November 11, at 5 […]

Weather delays Trick or Treat

Sheridan High names honor students

THORNVILLE – Sheridan High School recently named its honor students for the first nineweek grading period. Principal’s List 9th Grade: David Black, Hayley Black, Danielle Bunting, Denise Carpenter, Joel Chennells, Sarah Clouse, Nathaniel Finck, Noah Fodor, Katelin Goforth, Olivia Johnson, Danielle Knoll, Abbey Kunkler, Gabrielle Large, Olivia Mitchell, Simon Murdock, Zachary Ortman, Gaelan Pinchot, Elizabeth Purkey, Katie Russell, Nathanial Schrider, […]


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