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Dowdle 2016 scholarship fund underway

Dowdle 2016 scholarship fund underway

Christina Dowdle on the left, holds up one end of a poster featuring the many faces of her daughter Taylor. Her husband Bryan is on the right. CADIZ – Parents...

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Minor injury in one car accident

Minor injury in one car accident

CADIZ – The driver of a silver Hyundai attempting to avoid another vehicle backing out of a private drive on Country Club Road Wednesday afternoon drove off...

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Wreck on 250 ties up traffic

Wreck on 250 ties up traffic

HARRISON COUNTY – Tuesday morning at approximately 10 a.m., a one-vehicle accident tied up traffic for several miles on both lanes. An unidentified employee...

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Kokosing cleanup still an issue

Kokosing cleanup still an issue

By JD LONG News-Herald Staff Writer CADIZ – Tuesday morning, the Board of Public Affairs (BOPA) council members entertained a concern from Herb Cross, who lives...

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Public meeting held for school levy

Public meeting held for school levy

  CADIZ – Sally Buffalo Park hosted a meeting from the Y.E.S. (Youth  Education Success) Committee on May 16. The political action committee, as it’s...

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Harry’s leaving!

Harry’s leaving!

NEW PHILADELPHIA – A veteran of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) since 2002, Harry Horstman is stepping down as a member of the board of...

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Bomb threat confirmed

Bomb threat confirmed

CADIZ – At approximately 12:15 Wednesday afternoon, the entire Harrison Central High School emptied out and marched up the alley and crossed Main Street past...

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BREAKING NEWS: Manhunt ends

BREAKING NEWS: Manhunt ends

MONDAY MAY 18 – Harrison County Detective, William Jones stated that he was satisfied with the evidence they obtained from a raid conducted at a Bowerston...

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Five-car pile up on 22

Five-car pile up on 22

HARRISON COUNTY – A five-car accident on U.S. 22 involving a semi-trailer occurred at the bridge construction site around 8 a.m. Monday morning. There were...

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Ongoing sewage problems plague Board of Public Affairs

Ongoing sewage problems plague Board of Public Affairs

The recent string of rainy days over the past several weeks stirred up old wounds with a few residents on Charleston Street who have complained for some time. Gary...

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