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Old Man Winter roared back into our area on Thursday, January 2 dropping around four inches of snow.  By around 1 pm, most of the streets in the commu…

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In an attempt to save the lives of law enforcement and honor a fallen deputy, Senate Bill 7 went into effect January 1, stemming from one of the most violent encounters Enon, Ohio has ever witnessed.…

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Since announcing their project just one month ago, Randy Ark and Dave Bauer have received donations from across the United States to go toward their planned memorial for Clark County Vietnam soldiers who died during the war.  Some would call it ironic that the war which found Americans so divided against themselves in factions of doves or hawks is now uniting people from across the country in the name of honoring those who served and died in such a polarizing conflict.…

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Last Friday at the Dayton International Airport, amid the crowd of active-duty military personnel, local high school students, and a swarm of loved ones emerged 35 veterans who had just returned from visiting their respective war memorials in Washington, D.C.…

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Residents in the Mad River Township subdivisions have experienced an increase in thefts and damage to vehicles at their homes in the last month.  According to reports made to the Clark County Sheriff, since late November, the Green Meadows area has been hard hit.…

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Our tradition of ringing in the new year is an institution among most Americans.  We all have specific traditional celebrations—eating corned beef and cabbage, banging pots and pans together at midnight, sharing a kiss with a special someone when the ball drops—but where did these traditions originate?…

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On Thursday, December 26th, the Enon Police were called to the Enon Drive-Thru regarding a breaking and entering of the business.  When they arrived, police found that the front door of the business had been smashed and video from the location showed two individuals entering the business through the broken glass.…

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Clark County Commissioners decided to sell an easement of land along the Mad River near Interstate 675 and Spangler Road, saying the decision will protect the property from development in the future, as well as possibly reducing water customers’ fees in the long run.…

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