No more money for Buckeye Lake

Editor: Vote “NO” on Buckeye Lake Village issues until they have someone that can handle the money and stick to a budget. The more we give them, the more they waste. People are being paid to do jobs that aren’t being done or at least not properly. Just look at our roads. Where was the person that was paid to […]

‘Millersport won’t become a ghost town’

Editor: I worked for 42 years in management positions. I sat on the adult curriculum advisory committee for Mid-East Career and Technology Center in Zanesville. I worked five years for Walnut Township Schools, retiring in 2012. While at Walnut Township, I approached three administrators with suggestions on how to save $30, $40 and $50/hr. The administrators at that time had […]

Stevenson’s work record speaks for itself

Editor: I am writing this letter to tell a little about my wife Teresa Stevenson. I have known her from first grade. We have been married for 40 years. She is one of the most honest, hard working people in this world. I have seen how much she cares about people. She always takes time to talk to everyone. Working […]

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum – Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Adventures in Geocaching – Saturday, Oct. 25, 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., FREE. Join this high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) devices. Experienced geocachers from the Central Ohio Geocachers assist participants in locating hidden containers at the Arboretum. […]

Benefit set for Somerset veteran

SOMERSET – Friends and family of Somerset’s Jim Monty are pulling together to raise funds for the Vietnam veteran, who is staying at the Cleveland Clinic following a double lung transplant. They are sponsoring a spaghetti dinner, including entertainment, for his and his family’s benefit Nov. 15 at the American Legion Leo Ryan Post in Somerset. Fundraiser chair Suze Litzinger […]

Buckeye Lake voters should hold onto wallets

Editor: Buckeye Lake Village taxpayers should hold their wallets tight and vote “No” on village taxes. They want us to pull them out of hole that they created. They proposed paying Toby Miller $45,000 a year. The past council made a lot of mistakes. They paid a lot of money to employees they didn’t need. They brought in Vaugh to […]

Homes for sale increasing in Central Ohio

COLUMBUS – There were 3,035 central Ohio homes and condos listed for sale in September 2014, which is a 6.8 percent jump from September 2013. The additional inventory brought the total number of homes and condos for sale to 9,408, which just trails August 2013 by 2.6 percent, according to Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS). “Traditionally activity starts to […]

2014-10-25 E-Edition

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