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Chiefs of the Mad River Township and Hustead Fire Departments provided information concerning their respective departments at the Mad River Township Trustee meeting held Monday, August 3.

Chief Larry Ridenour of the Hustead Fire Department expressed his concern for the amount of time it takes for Ohio Edison crews to respond to reports of downed power lines or utility poles.…

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On October 5, 2015, at 11:00 hours, administrative staff at Greenon High School made contact with their assigned Educational Support Officer, to report that a female student had received a text message indicating that an explosive device was located inside the school. The E.S.O. immediately summoned assistance, and Patrol and Investigations units responded to the school. Greenon High School staff and administration immediately evacuated the school.…

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Seems like The Carriage Inn has always been in Enon. Almost.

 

From 1975 until fall of 2014 the Stacy family has operated one of the best restaurants in the area. Dave and Pat Stacy appeared to live at the restaurant at the corner of East Main and Green Valley Drive, and the wait staff seemed like family as well. The cuisine was, and still is, freshly made traditional American food.

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Greenon High School students were evacuated out of the school for a possible bomb threat shortly after noon on Monday. The students were escorted out of the building into the stadium, but were all returned inside at 12:35.…

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Two area businesses are taking their love of animals to the next level by adding community service to their branding.

 

Pawlished Pet Grooming and Boutiqe owner Michelle Daulton and her staff have partnered with The Humane Society Serving Clark County to be a drop off location for much needed donations of dry food and cat litter.

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A total of 2,058 students earned degrees at Wright State University’s 2015 spring commencement. The list of graduates includes students who completed degree requirements during the 2015 spring semester. 

 

The class of 2015 includes 1,913 students from Ohio.…

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