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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 thi…

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Greenon Local Schools held a public forum on Thursday, March 6 in Indian Valley’s gym.…

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Supporters of a Constitutional amendment that would require genetically-modified foods to be labeled in Ohio gathered Thursday, March 27 at the New Carlisle Public Library. An organization centered around clearly labeling genetically-altered foods has been forming branches in each region, and Thursday’s meeting brought together representatives from southwestern Ohio.…

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The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio will conduct a Weather Spotter training course in Clark County on March 25.…

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ByThe Enon Eagle recently sat down with Greenon Local Superintendent Daniel Bennett and Executive Assistant Megan Anthony to discuss the changes to the district’s transportation department over the last several months. During our conversation, Anthony and Bennett provided details on speculation within the community regarding buses, personnel changes and other topics associated with the transportation department.…

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Spring is almost here according to the calendar and the planned changes to Dayton Road are ready to begin. According to Dean Fenton of the Clark County Engineers office, the bidding process will begin this month. Once the bids have been accepted and awarded, work could begin as soon as late April or early May.…

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Five men were sworn in as the newest Deputies to the Clark County Sheriff Department on the morning of March 17, 2014; of these five men, one was our very own Greenon High School graduate, Joshua Wendling.…

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As a result of a public records request made to Mad River Township on February 10, 2014, the Enon Eagle has discovered several late charges incurred on township accounts, including an instance when a member of the Hustead Fire Department had their “fleet card” declined when attempting to fuel one of the department vehicles.…

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