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Economic impact of Buckeye Lake dam repairs likely to affect all of Perry County

The decision by the state to repair the Buckeye Lake dam may come as a relief for those who live in and rely on business in the area. Now comes the difficult part of adjusting.

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  1. Meth sting nets arrest

    Deputies with the Perry County Sheriff’s Department and agents with the Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force arrested a 45-year old Junction City man Monday (March 23) following a sting operation.
  2. Sheriff's Department and Drug Task Force shut down Crooksville meth lab

    The Perry County Sheriff’s Department and agents with the Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force deactivated a working meth lab in Crooksville Tuesday (March 24), the second methamphetamine lab shut down by agents this month.
  3. RSVP supporting the troops over the Holiday

    Five local veteran volunteers with the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) boxed up six care packages to send to the men and women currently serving overseas in the military. All of the items in the boxes were donated from various businesses and individuals in the county. Randy Helser donated scarves he knitted to send along in the boxes. The volunteers send care packages four times a year, on each major holiday. “We are trying to make sure the boxes get there by Easter because we know most people get homesick on the holidays,” RSVP Director Ruth Gray explained. Pictured above, veteran Dick Hoy and Kay Hillis helped to fill the boxes with RSVP.
  4. Chamber of Commerce honors local businesses

    Four local business received honors at the March 16 Chamber of Commerce Banquet in New Lexington.
  5. United Way funding assists Perry County health initiatives

    The local United Way continues to assist Perry County through its three major health programs, with dental care, tobacco treatment and healthy newborns.
  6. Civil War series continues March 28 featuring historian and author John Fazio

    The Perry County Historical and Cultural Arts Society is pleased to announce Civil War historian and author, John C. Fazio, as part of the Phil Sheridan Civil War lecture series, on Saturday, March 28 at the Perry County District Library, Somerset annex. The program will commence promptly at 6:30 p.m. and while donations are happily accepted, this program is offered free of charge for all who wish to attend.
Bremen company cuts 80 jobs

BREMEN — Many employees at Worthington Industries have found themselves without a job due to a massive workforce reduction in several locations. Locally, the workforce reduction leaves 80 employees from the Oil and Gas Equipment location in Bremen without employment.

St. Rose grads play for Fisher

Emily Walsh and Bailey Conrad, both Saint Rose Catholic School graduates played basketball at Fisher Catholic High School in Lancaster. Walsh, a junior, played on the junior varsity team after sitting out last season. In addition to playing basketball, Walsh has also participated in some of the theater products at Fisher.

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Back to School Bash 2014

2014 Back to School Bash held Aug. 16 at the Perry County Fairgrounds

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  • Back to School Bash 2014

    Back to School Bash 2014

    2014 Back to School Bash held Aug. 16 at the Perry County Fairgrounds

  • Perry County Fair Rides 2014

    Perry County Fair Rides 2014

    Some of the rides offered along the midway at the 2014 Perry County Fair

  • Junction City 4th of July Display

    Junction City 4th of July Display

    fireworks display at the Junction City Park held July 6

  • Cliff Cody on

    Cliff Cody on "Rising Star"

    A viewing party in support of local singer Cliff Cody's appearance on the program Rising Star was held July 6 at Dodson's Restaurant in New Lexington

  • Sheridan Fundraiser

    Sheridan Fundraiser

    Sheridan Middle School teachers, Mandy Fox and Bart Smith, shave their heads after raising $5,000 for Relay for Life.

  • Mount Perry Dogs Poisoned

    Mount Perry Dogs Poisoned

    More than 15 dogs believed to have been poisoned with antifreeze were treated at a Mount Perry veterinarian clinic. The Licking County Sheriff's Department is investigating.

  • Partners for your Health

    Partners for your Health

    This months Partners for Your Health segment topic is DD Awareness Month with a wide range of events scheduled across Perry County. For more information contact the Perry County Board of Developmental Disabilities at 740-342-3542.

  • Partners for your Health

    Partners for your Health

    This months Partners for Your Health segment topic is DD Awareness Month with a wide range of events scheduled across Perry County. For more information contact the Perry County Board of Developmental Disabilities at 740-342-3542.

  • Dressed in Black by LaChrista Bennett

    Dressed in Black by LaChrista Bennett

    Corning resident La Christa Bennett sings her original song Dressed in Black.

  • Election Day

    Election Day

    Election turnout from different precincts around Perry County

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