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The Village of Enon is gearing up for the Second Annual Car Show on Sunday, August 23 at Settlers…

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On October 6, 2014 the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Educational Support Deputy was contacted by the principal of Greenon High School reference to a female student who had came into the school office reporting that someone had written “ I am going to bomb this school” on a wall inside the girls bathroom.…

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The Enon Eagle has submitted a public records request to the elected officials of Mad River Township for documentation surrounding allegations of failure to financially support the needs of the Hustead EMS Department and the Enon/Mad River Township Fire and EMS Department in a timely manner.…

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Enon Police Officer Benjamin C. Barrett was recently named “Top Cop” by the Mothers Against Drunk Driving organization for his outstanding work in drunk driving arrests and underage drinking awareness, and will be presented his award on Thursday, March 6 at a special luncheon in Loveland, Ohio.…

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Township Road Levy Hits A Bump

What is believed to be a typographical error on legal documents submitted by Mad River Township to the Clark County Board of Elections (BOE) was discovered late last week.   Early voters from the Village of Enon reported to the BOE that the township road levy appears on the ballot for voters within the village.

The Enon Eagle contacted the Ohio Secretary of State to confirm information provided by Clark County Board of Elections Director Matthew Tlachac.  We also obtained a copy of the “Resolution to Proceed of the Taxing Authority” which contains the ballot language and is submitted by the governmental agency that is placing resolutions on the ballot.…

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This is not the same puzzle that appears in the Enon Eagle

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Two people were killed after being rear-ended by another vehicle on Dayton Road at South Tecumseh Road around 4 p.m. on Saturday.…

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Around Valentine’s Day each winter the Koehler family begin a tradition started several years ago when they moved to their new home on Hominy Ridge Road in Clark County. The family gathers up their buckets, their hammers and their special “taps” and head out onto their property to begin the process of making maple syrup.…

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