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Five men were sworn in as the newest Deputies to the Clark County Sheriff Department on the morning of March 17, 2014; of these five men, one was our…

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As a result of a public records request made to Mad River Township on February 10, 2014, the Enon Eagle has discovered several late charges incurred on township accounts, including an instance when a member of the Hustead Fire Department had their “fleet card” declined when attempting to fuel one of the department vehicles.…

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Greenon Local Schools held a public forum on Thursday, March 6 in Indian Valley’s gym.…

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Many of our readers will remember Betty Engle from her days as the owner of Lil Bit Country here in Enon. Betty retired from her days of teaching the latest in painting techniques, stamping fun and paper crafting a few years ago, but she continues to reconnect with former students who became friends by organizing a couple of painting opportunities each year.…

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The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio will conduct a Weather Spotter training course in Clark County on March 25.…

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Spring is just about six 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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Spring is almost here according to the calendar and the planned changes to Dayton Road are ready to begin. According to Dean Fenton of the Clark County Engineers office, the bidding process will begin this month. Once the bids have been accepted and awarded, work could begin as soon as late April or early May.…

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The homeowners in the Arrow Creek and Ashbrook subdivisions in Mad River Township have launched a campaign to find a way to have the Ohio Department of Transportation take a second look at a noise barrier before the expansion of I-70 begins this year.…

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