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Spring is just about six weeks away now and gardeners are browsing seed catalogs and making plans for getting out and playing in the dirt. The Ohio St…

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Something went terribly wrong on Saturday, January 25th when James J. Clemens of Columbus left his friends at a local restaurant and bar in Yellow Springs. Around 4:30 in the morning, Clemens was found nearly two miles off of Rt. 68 at a farm house in the 700 block of West Jackson Road by an alert neighbor.…

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The homeowners in the Arrow Creek and Ashbrook subdivisions in Mad River Township have launched a campaign to find a way to have the Ohio Department of Transportation take a second look at a noise barrier before the expansion of I-70 begins this year.…

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Three more members of Mad River Township Fire and EMS have completed a training course in ice rescue, making a total of seven department members now certified in the specialized rescue technique.…

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The Village of Enon unveiled its new logo Thursday, January 30.

The new logo was created because a digital version of Enon’s former logo was needed to adorn the village’s new website. Village Administrator Chris Lohr said the company that created the new website was able to reproduce the existing logo, but took the liberty of creating a new one for the village as well.…

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The Ohio Development Services Agency and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) want to remind Ohioans that assistance is available if you have been disconnected or are threatened with disconnection from your utility service.…

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An Enon Mad River Township EMS crew responded to a medical call in the 1100 block of Cardinal Drive in Houck Meadows on Saturday mid-afternoon. As the crew began their assessment they took note of some unlabeled materials on the back patio of the home. Law enforcement was called to the scene to assist with clearing the location for EMS personnel.…

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The days leading up to Christmas were busy this year.  Chief Young, our new Fire and EMS Chief experienced his first glimpse of what it is like in our hometown.  In early December his team left the Santa parade with reindeer and lights on the truck to rescue folks trapped in vehicles on I-70.…

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