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Tree knocks down power line near Scio plant

Tree knocks down power line near Scio plant

SCIO – A storm blew through the area Tuesday uprooting a large tree next to the American Legion in Scio where it knocked down a power line, which was just...

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Sheriff announces July 4 safety initiative

Sheriff announces July 4 safety initiative

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is announcing their annual July 4 traffic safety initiative. Sgt. Robert Toker states there will be extra patrols beginning...

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Indictments handed down for Clark, Singhaus

Indictments handed down for Clark, Singhaus

HARRISON COUNTY – Friday afternoon, five indictments were handed down for Wesley B. Clark who is accused of murdering Dustin Moreland of Dennison within the...

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Accident on U.S. 22 ties up traffic

Accident on U.S. 22 ties up traffic

ATHENS TOWNSHIP – An an 18-wheeler truck from an unknown company ran off U.S. 22 on the edge of Athens Township approximately 12:30 p.m. Friday afternoon. According...

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Microtel opens doors

Microtel opens doors

CADIZ – Microtel, the first of two new hotels to open in Cadiz finally had its long-awaited doors open on Thursday. The grand opening isn’t scheduled till...

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Baby Bison Days set

Baby Bison Days set

CADIZ – The Second Annual Intertribal “Baby Bison Days Charity Pow Wow” will be held this Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21, on Father’s Day weekend. The...

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Clark pleads guilty to escape

Clark pleads guilty to escape

  NEW PHILADELPHIA – Wesley Clark, suspected of murdering Dennison’s, Dustin Moreland last month in Harrison County appeared in Tuscarawas County Common...

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Heavy rains bring flooding

Heavy rains bring flooding

Heavy rains this week have brought quite a bit of flooding throughout the area, and although some floodwaters have receded, there are a few homes along Ohio 151...

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Healthy Workshop Tackles Diabetes

Healthy Workshop Tackles Diabetes

    CADIZ – Last week Carol A. Teeter (RN, BSN), diabetes nurse educator held her monthly workshop. The theme was: Myths and Mistakes in Managing Diabetes....

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Celebrating Custer

Celebrating Custer

Under an overcast sky and a chilly day, the Custer Observance Day went on in New Rumley last Saturday. Cole Zigan, Bo Tucker and Andrew Stertzbach dressed in authentic...

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