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NEW LEXINGTON — Beginning Monday, Nov. 5, CCW licenses are free to active and retired members of the United States military. With the passage of Senate Bill 81, all Ohio county sheriffs are able to waive the fees associated with the processing of concealed carry weapon licenses for active an…

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NEW LEXINGTON — The Perry Soil and Water Conservation District held its annual banquet and election of new officers on a snowy Thursday, Nov. 15 evening at St. Joseph’s Parrish Hall.

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NEW LEXINGTON — Regardless of the calendar page, winter is upon us as of Nov. 15 when the year’s first winter storm alert was issued across the area. The ice storm arrived shortly after midnight in Perry County, but the Ohio Department of Transportation crews responsible for keeping our stat…

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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.

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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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NEW LEXINGTON — “He finally got tired of shift work.” Lisa Rose was describing her husband, David, and the decision he made to start a food tr… Read more

10 years — Taken from pages of the Perry County Tribune of Nov. 5, 2008. Read more

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