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The New Lexington First United Methodist Church, located on South High Street, is planning a 24-hour prayer vigil beginning Thursday, May 24 starting at 9 a.m. in the church sanctuary.

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After a 52 year career in the barber business, Joe Pacino owner of the Hair Studio in New Lexington announced he will be retiring.

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Doug Kinney of the Church of the Nazarene presents a check in the amount of $1,100 to Judge Luann Cooperrider of the Perry Housing Coalition. Brooklyn Bowers and Paul Bowers were on hand for the presentation. The Grace Community Church of the Nazarene on Tunnel Hill Road held their second an…

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Volunteers recently spent their morning cleaning Monument Square in New Lexington. The workers spread mulch around the plants and shrubbery around the Veteran's Memorial on the square and removed weeds and litter with work completed in time for Memorial Day.

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State Senator Jay Hottinger recently toured businesses and industries in and around Perry County. Among the senator's stops along the tour was at the Cooper Standard facility in New Lexington.

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Eli Noll, a sophomore at Sheridan High School, takes his tractor to school during the recent Sheridan FFA tractor parade during which FFA members drove tractors to school. "Beats riding the bus," said Noll. The tractor events is a tradition at the school revived last year in an effort to rai…

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The eighth annual Mother’s Day tea was held for the residents of Arethusa Springs Apartments on May 10. The Mother’s Day luncheon honored mothers living at the apartments and every mother who attended received a corsage. Southeastern Shafting Manufacturing sponsored the luncheon and Arethusa…

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NEW LEXINGTON — Alumni and community members returned to New Lexington High School to share their knowledge of their many diverse careers with current New Lexington High students.

One day Jesus came upon an invalid who had been unable to walk for thirty-eight long years. It was the Sabbath day. Jesus asked him a question that, at first, might seem to us to be entirely unnecessary.