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NEW LEXINGTON — Sirens, flashing lights, and the thunder of 30 motorcycles announced the noon arrival of the Eyes of Freedom Memorial on a sunny but cold Saturday, Nov. 10 as the motorcade made its way along Broadway.

NEW LEXINGTON — A special meeting of the New Lexington Village Council was held Nov. 8 at 4:45 p.m. in City Hall. The primary purpose for the meeting was to enact legislation for permission to give out bids on the Brown Street bridge repair project. This action had been slated to take place …

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BUCKEYE LAKE — “It is on so many levels — public safety issues, ahead of schedule, under budget, and the dedication of all people involved in this project.” That was Ohio Department of Natural Resources Director James Zehringer’s reply when asked how satisfying was the completion of the Buck…

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COLUMBUS (AP) — A family of four was arrested Tuesday for the gruesome slayings of eight people from another family in Pike County two years ago, the first break in a case that left a community reeling and surviving family members wondering if answers would ever come.

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NEWARK – It was an exciting night for Sheridan football last Friday night after they upset, Granville, seeded No. 2 the region, 20-7, in their regional semifinal game.

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HEBRON – The Generals might not have been able to take the podium as a team at the 2018 OHSAA Cross County State Tournament but they were able to see one of their runners finish the race as All-Ohio. Sheridan’s William Wilke took seventh place at the state cross-country meet Nov. 10 at the N…

HEBRON – After the heavy rains caused flooding at the National Trail Raceway, the 2018 OHSAA Cross County State Tournament was postponed for a week. The make up date, Nov. 10, saw much better conditions for runners. The Sheridan boys’ cross-country team qualified for the State Tournament thi…

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