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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,…

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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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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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The Greenon Local Board of Education will be asking local voters to approve additional funding for the district. On the May 6th ballot, voters are asked to approve a 4.96 mill five year levy that will generate $1,265,000 in new money. The board proposes that the funds are to be used for operations according to an open letter sent to all residents in early 2014 by the district.…

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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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Although more questions than answers remain at this point, a local family is in the very early stages of discovering more about their ancestry through the discovery of an 1800s-era cemetery recently re-discovered in Enon.…

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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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The Mad River Township Trustees will be working with road department supervisor Don O’Connor to identify streets in the township in need of repair this year. Trustee president Kathy Estep explained that the township will try to secure another Ohio Public Works Commission grant but there are no guarantees. Estep explained that the township received close to a million dollars in the past that was used to repair and resurface streets in the Green Meadows subdivision in the past.…

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