10 years — Taken from pages of The Perry County Tribune of July 8, 2009.
Perry County Board of Commissioners took a stance against library cuts. Jim and Charlotte Carpenter of Thornville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Crooksville’s Matt Tokie signed with Lake Erie college to play defensive. Roseville/Crooksville Legion bombed West Muskingum. Staff and employees at PerCo in New Lexington were entertained by the music of professional square dance caller and music provider John Wargowsky.
25 years — Taken from pages of The Perry County Tribune of July 6, 1994.
School funding was ruled unconstitutional. Anthony Evans from Sheridan High School, chose to spend his summer with the Glassmen Drum and Bugle Corp. Project Hope donated $500 to help build a playground in New Lexington. Helen Senig assumed the position of Crooksville Village clerk.
50 years — Taken from pages of The Perry County Tribune of July 2, 1969.
Dedication ceremonies of Bryant’s new building brought out 3,000 visitors. Walter Carney was the new director at Peoples National Bank. The state treasurer, John Herbert, promoted July 4th safety programs. Over $736,000 was spent on Perry County roads. Governor James Rhodes told of plans for airport in Perry County. The New Lexington pool saw 260 people sign up for swimming classes.