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The Enon Police Department working with the Greenon Local School District hosted simulated active shooter training at Indian Valley Middle School on S…

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The 4.96-mill levy would help preserve a high quality education for Greenon students.

The Greenon Local School District Board of Education approved unanimously Thursday, Jan. 9, the final resolution to put an operating levy on the May 6, 2014 ballot.…

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Weather forecasters seemed to have missed the mark on last Friday’s intense round of snowfall, as only one inch or less was predicted for the morning hours, but as you are likely aware, this was not at all the case.…

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Greenon Local held a monthly school board meeting on Thursday, January 9 at 7 p.m. in the Indian Valley Media Center.…

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Severe weather outbreaks are again headlining news reports with devastating results in Arkansas and Mississippi this past week. How prepared are families in our community and how prepared are the emergency response teams in our area? The Enon Eagle spent some time with Enon/Mad River Township Fire and EMS Chief Tracy Young to find out more about how residents should be preparing for a major weather event.…

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As the new year was ushered in amid many dazzling light displays, the life of America’s oldest light bulb was effectively extinguished—with production now banned in the country due to modern technological upgrades that will save energy.…

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When you live in small town America, the sight of large dump trucks, demolition teams and equipment clearing trees and brush can instigate some pretty interesting rumors around town. The recent activity along Stine Road piqued the curiosity of the Enon Eagle enough to start making some calls and finding out just what is happening on the land so many of us drive by daily.…

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The Clark County Commissioners met in regular session on Wednesday evening, January 8.  This is the last-scheduled evening meeting for the commission.  During the public address portion, resident Carlye Stewart spoke in favor of the commissioners approving additional evening meetings.  She noted that she did not have an issue to bring to the table; however she “appreciated the opportunity to participate in local government”.  Stewart stated that she cannot attend the daytime meetings, as they are held during the work day.  Commissioners agreed to consider extending the option for evening meetings into the coming year.…

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