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Six area counties were declared disaster areas on Thursday, June 5 in response to the unprecedented flooding that occurred Wednesday, May 21.

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Spring is just about eight weeks away now and gardeners are browsing seed catalogs and making plans for getting out and playing in the dirt. The Ohio State University Extension Master Gardener Program here in Clark County has members busy planning for their 2014 event calendar as well. According to President Becky Menozzi who lives right here in Mad River Township, there is much to be excited about.…

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Acting on a report of canoeists who had jumped from a river bridge on Lower Valley Pike last week, Mad River Township Fire and EMS crews responded quickly, but discovered that the jumpers had returned safely to the canoe livery soon afterward.…

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Clark State Community College has announced the names of students for the 2013 Fall Term Dean’s List. Two hundred and thirty-one (231) full-time students (those taking 12 or more credit hours) earned a 3.5 grade point average or better to receive dean’s list honors.

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On Tuesday, May 27, the Enon Village Council voted five to one to approve a resolution to designate Enon as an Enterprise Zone. Council member Lori Jenkins voiced her concerns for the amount of time involved to complete the extensive paperwork required for the designation. She noted that the process was very involved for the limited area which would qualify for the designation. According to Village Administrator Chris Lohr, the paperwork is at the front end of the process and assistance is being provided by Clark County. He believes that the effort is worthwhile despite the fact that no retail operations are included in the zone. The designation is for manufacturing expansion or development and the Village of Enon has a very limited area that qualifies for the designation.…

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The Clark County Solid Waste District is planning a new pilot program for the collection of household hazardous wastes. Rather than a single, free collection event one time each year, we will be trying a bimonthly collection plan with a modest user fee. This pilot program is intended to control costs and, more importantly, make disposing of hazardous wastes more convenient for residents.…

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The weather was astoundingly perfect last Friday as the final generation of Hustead Huskies enjoyed the school’s last-ever Field Day celebration.…

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Representatives from seepex, Inc. would like to invite area residents and business owners to a sort of “show and tell” event being held at the business Thursday, January 30, that will showcase the company’s work with non-profit organizations installing water pumps in third world countries.…

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