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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 stude…

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My experience in Washington, D.C. with 35 veterans of war.

Last Friday evening, aboard a bus speeding down the highway somewhere between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, the reverent sound of 35 veterans of war singing “God Bless America” filled the coach. The significance of this instance was overwhelming, especially given that these men had just spent the day visiting the memorials of their respective wars in the nation’s capital—most of them seeing their memorials for the first time. Their voices rang out pure and true against the hum of the coach’s wheels on pavement, and in that moment I witnessed one of the most meaningful events of my life.…

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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 voters of Clark County sent a resounding message to the candidates for the 79th District State House seat currently held by Ross McGregor on the Republican primary. Kyle Koehler won handily over newcomer Argeri Lagos. Despite endorsements by many leaders in the local and State Republican Party for Lagos, Koehler received 6,180 votes compared to 4,144 cast for Lagos and 1,178 for the third candidate Rick Chimento.

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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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Residents of West Enon and the Green Meadows subdivisions adjacent to the boundary of the former Wood Farm located on Stine Road have continued to experience problems with the new owner of the land this past week.…

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Forecasters from the National Weather Service in Wilmington began predicting last Wednesday’s violent storms a day ahead of time, but stressed the threat of large hail more than heavy rains. By 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 21, however, it became clear that Enon’s primary threat was not ice-chunks falling from the sky, but the deluge of water.…

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Last Wednesday, members of the Ohio House of Representatives announced legislation that would require medical professionals to obtain consent from a parent or legal guardian before prescribing a controlled substance to a minor.…

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