10 years — Taken from pages of The Perry County Tribune of June 30, 2010. Two New Lexington residents won the mega-million lottery. Common Pleas Judge Linton D. Lewis, Jr. retired. Two Crooksville men were cited for selling methadone. Ray’s Body Shop held its 50th anniversary celebration.
25 years — Taken from the pages of The Perry County Tribune of July 12, 1995. Jeff McCutcheon was hired as the first ever Perry County Agriculture Agent. Commissioners signed a Rushcreek water contract. Pottery made a comeback after the annual Pottery Festival. Crooksville’ Pottery Festival held an event to honor its founders.
50 years — Taken from the pages of The Perry County Tribune of July 1, 1970. New Lexington School Board asked for a new building in a special election. County Commissioners postponed a decision on road relocation. Reverend Gregory Brooks was the new pastor of First United Methodist Church. Perry County received $63,330 for roads.