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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 Vorhees reported sewage pouring out of sewage drains onto his property recently, a problem that has been ongoing for many years. Now, though, the Village of Cadiz is doing something about it but to some it’s not enough, or at least not fast enough. Photographs and video provided by Vorhees paint an ugly picture of sewage being shoved up out of the ground through sewage covers by rainwater stuffing ancient pipes that are long overdue for replacing. “They spent all these millions of dollars and nothing’s getting done,” Vorhees claimed. “It comes out more than it ever has.” Nelson Birney is another resident and neighbor of Vorhees who has suffered with the sewage problem for over 30 years, he said. Birney credits himself with calling the EPA, which not only resulted in getting the village up and running on major overhauling but also resulted in over $42,000 in fines handed down by the EPA back in 2012. “If I had never said a daggone thing about that sewage down there, there would not be no new lines put in there, there wouldn’t be nothing right now,” Birney said in frustration. “It’s been getting worse and worse,” he said referring to the sewage problem over the years. “They’ve had broken pipes, the whole system, it’s overloaded let’s put it that way. And my big issue is now we’re putting two new motels up.” Read the full story in Saturday’s News-Herald

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HC Sheriff promotes Drug Take-Back Day

HC Sheriff promotes Drug Take-Back Day

Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers said that his office will be offering National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day which will take place on two different Saturdays; April 18, and April 25. This is a great opportunity for those who missed the previous events, or who have subsequently accumulated unwanted, unused prescription drugs, to safely dispose of those medications. Americans that participated in the ninth National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on September 27, 2014 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and 4,076 of its national, tribal, and community law enforcement partners collected 617,150 pounds (309 tons) of unwanted prescription drugs at 5,495 sites. This brought the total amount of drugs collected in four years to 4,823,251 pounds, or 2,411 tons. Take-back initiative removes from circulation 2,411 tons of unused prescription drugs in four years. “The amount of prescription drugs turned in by the American public during the past nine Take-Back Day events speaks volumes about the need to develop a convenient way to rid homes of unwanted or expired prescription drugs,” said Sheriff Joe Myers. “With the continued support and hard work of our more than 88 county sheriff’s offices, local, and tribal law enforcement and community partners, these nine events have dramatically reduced the risk of prescription drug diversion and abuse, and increased awareness of this critical public health issue,” said Sheriff Myers. Myers also warned against flushing unused prescription drugs down the toilet, throwing them in the trash, or keeping them in the household medicine cabinet, resulting in contamination of the water supply and the theft and abuse of the prescription drugs. Sheriff Joe Myers and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office along with several area businesses will again partner to provide a safe drop-off point for unwanted, expired and unused medications. Custer Pharmacy, 122 S Main St, Cadiz; Cadiz; 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Rite Aid Pharmacy, 651 Lincoln St, Cadiz; 9am to 12 p.m. and Neimayer Pharmacy, 112 E Main St, Scio will be collecting on Saturday, April 18, and Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sheriff Joe Myers states that by chance you miss these to date there is a drop box right inside the front door of the Sheriff Office, which is open to everyone 24/7 to take the unwanted drugs. The Sheriff reminds everyone that no liquids are accepted.

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Hydrant flushing schedule

Hydrant flushing schedule

The Harrison County Water and Sewer District will be flushing hydrants on the following days: Tuesday, April 14 at East Cadiz, Unionvale-Kenwood Wednesday, April 15 at Piedmont-Moorefield Germano

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Curry sentenced

Curry sentenced

By JD LONG Christopher Curry (middle), originally one of five arrested in the meth lab bust in Jewett back in Janurary, was sentenced to three years in prison. The Ohio Department of Corrections will now be his home minus 93 days accounted for time served. Curry was also fined $2,500. Curry was arrested along with his brother Collin, Becke Keener, Howard Hennis and Amber Moore. The others still have yet to finalize their cases. What made the situation particularly galling to authorities was that the house (owned by Keener) the arrest was made sat right next door to Jewett’s council building and across the street from a community center. A task force from Holmes County assisted in the arrest along with Cadiz and Jewett police.  

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Sheriff’s Office announces traffic enforcement

Sheriff’s Office announces traffic enforcement

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is announcing their annual Prom Blitz traffic enforcement activity. Sgt. Robert Toker reports the Sheriff’s Office will have extra Deputies on patrol during the weekend of April 10 through April 12. There will be an emphasis on impaired driving as well as safety belt and aggressive driving violations. A total of 35 hours of additional patrols will be scheduled to coincide with the Harrison Central High School Prom to ensure the safety of students and residents traveling Harrison County’s roadways. Funding for the overtime is provided through the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program as part of the Ohio Traffic Safety Office. The Sheriff’s Office would like to wish all students a safe and happy prom season and as always, “Don’t Text and Drive.”

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Obituaries

Peggy Lou McGaha

Peggy Lou McGaha

Peggy Lou McGaha, age 83, of Tippecanoe, passed on Wednesday, April 22,  at her residence. Born in Stillwater, Ohio, on Jan. 17, 1932, Peggy was the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary (Bahmer) Burkhart. In addition to her parents, Peggy is preceded in death by her husband Robert C. McGaha; two sons Johnny and Benny McGaha; two sisters Wilma Staley and Doris Burkhart and an infant brother Jim. In 1949, Peggy graduated from Freeport High School.  She was retired from NCR in Cambridge after 26 years.  Peggy loved Lakeland Basketball and the Lakeland Basketball Boosters. She loved to go ching changing at the Island. Peggy is survived by her children Carol Huston of Cambridge, Clinton (Carmen) McGaha of Cambridge, Tommy (Annabelle Toney) McGaha of Hawley, Texas, Mary (Billie Parrigan) McGaha of Tippecanoe and Martha (Steve Burdette) Hunt of Tippecanoe; siblings Hazel Wood of Adena, Ellen (Bob) Dickson of Rapid City, South Dakota and John Burkhart of Tippecanoe; daughter-in-law Barb McGaha of Bolivar; sister-in-law Millie McGaha of Phoenix, Ariz.; grandchildren Clint Jr., Sabrina, Heather, Brian, Josh, Angela, Dusty, Chad and Julie who was her caregiver; great grandchildren Whitney, Alex, Ivy, Holly, Corey, Seth, Dakota, Nichlas, Caden, Hali, Jaxson, Ailey, Blake, Hatley, Cole, Landon and Ryder and great great granddaughter Bria. Funeral services for Peggy will be held at 11 a.m., on Monday, April 27,  at the Uhrich-Hostettler English Funeral Home Inc. at Uhrichsville with the Pastor Jim McConnell officiating. Burial will follow at Greenmont Union Cemetery in Freeport. Calling hours will be from 2 to 5 p.m., on Sunday, April 26, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County, 716 Commercial Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, Ohio, 44663.

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Husky wrestling update

Husky wrestling update

Cadiz senior Hunter Pizzino is the only Husky wrestler alive in the OHSAA State Wrestling Championships in Columbus. Pizzino (138) won his opening match over Wes Fritz of St. Paul, but fell Friday morning to David Carr of Day Christian in the second championship round. He dropped down to the consolation round and will wrestle later today. Anthonly Risley (152) and Brandon White (113) were both eliminated on the first day. PHOTO: Hunter Pizzino.

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Harrison East breast cancer awareness walk

Harrison East breast cancer awareness walk

Harrison East emptied its school Thursday afternoon for its second annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser. This year they held a mini-relay where the kids wore pink to help bring awareness, not only to breast cancer, but a drug-free lifestyle.

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Peggy Lou McGaha

Peggy Lou McGaha

Peggy Lou McGaha, age 83, of Tippecanoe, passed on Wednesday, April 22,  at her residence. Born in Stillwater, Ohio, on Jan. 17, 1932, Peggy was the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary (Bahmer) Burkhart. In addition to her parents, Peggy is preceded in death by her husband Robert C. McGaha; two sons Johnny and Benny McGaha; two sisters Wilma Staley and Doris Burkhart and an infant brother Jim. In 1949, Peggy graduated from Freeport High School.  She was retired from NCR in Cambridge after 26 years.  Peggy loved Lakeland Basketball and the Lakeland Basketball Boosters. She loved to go ching changing at the Island. Peggy is survived by her children Carol Huston of Cambridge, Clinton (Carmen) McGaha of Cambridge, Tommy (Annabelle Toney) McGaha of Hawley, Texas, Mary (Billie Parrigan) McGaha of Tippecanoe and Martha (Steve Burdette) Hunt of Tippecanoe; siblings Hazel Wood of Adena, Ellen (Bob) Dickson of Rapid City, South Dakota and John Burkhart of Tippecanoe; daughter-in-law Barb McGaha of Bolivar; sister-in-law Millie McGaha of Phoenix, Ariz.; grandchildren Clint Jr., Sabrina, Heather, Brian, Josh, Angela, Dusty, Chad and Julie who was her caregiver; great grandchildren Whitney, Alex, Ivy, Holly, Corey, Seth, Dakota, Nichlas, Caden, Hali, Jaxson, Ailey, Blake, Hatley, Cole, Landon and Ryder and great great granddaughter Bria. Funeral services for Peggy will be held at 11 a.m., on Monday, April 27,  at the Uhrich-Hostettler English Funeral Home Inc. at Uhrichsville with the Pastor Jim McConnell officiating. Burial will follow at Greenmont Union Cemetery in Freeport. Calling hours will be from 2 to 5 p.m., on Sunday, April 26, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County, 716 Commercial Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, Ohio, 44663.

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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 Vorhees reported sewage pouring out of sewage drains onto his property recently, a problem that has been ongoing for many years. Now, though, the Village of Cadiz is doing something about it but to some it’s not enough, or at least not fast enough. Photographs and video provided by Vorhees paint an ugly picture of sewage being shoved up out of the ground through sewage covers by rainwater stuffing ancient pipes that are long overdue for replacing. “They spent all these millions of dollars and nothing’s getting done,” Vorhees claimed. “It comes out more than it ever has.” Nelson Birney is another resident and neighbor of Vorhees who has suffered with the sewage problem for over 30 years, he said. Birney credits himself with calling the EPA, which not only resulted in getting the village up and running on major overhauling but also resulted in over $42,000 in fines handed down by the EPA back in 2012. “If I had never said a daggone thing about that sewage down there, there would not be no new lines put in there, there wouldn’t be nothing right now,” Birney said in frustration. “It’s been getting worse and worse,” he said referring to the sewage problem over the years. “They’ve had broken pipes, the whole system, it’s overloaded let’s put it that way. And my big issue is now we’re putting two new motels up.” Read the full story in Saturday’s News-Herald

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Richard Easlick

Richard Easlick

Richard W. “Dick” Easlick, age 65, of Cardington, Ohio, and formerly of Scio, Ohio, died Sunday, April 19, at the Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus. On July 29, 1949, Richard was born in Dennison, Ohio, the son of the late Wayne N. and Betty J. (Kelly) Easlick of Hanover Ridge. After 22 years, Richard retired from Honda of America in Marysville in 2010, where he worked on the assembly line and the supply room. He also worked as a coal miner at Y&O Mine in Hopedale, OH and Oak Park in Cadiz, Ohio. Richard belonged to the Hanover Ridge Methodist Church. Family came first in everything Richard did. He loved traveling and working in the yard. He was also a Buckeye fan. He is survived by his wife, Marian, of Cardington, Ohio. They just celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary on April 16. He is also survived by a daughter, Wanda L. Jacobsen of Dover, Ohio; a son, Michael W. Easlick of Lititz, Pa.; a grandson, Donald L. Sullivan III of Cardington, Ohio; a granddaughter, Casie L. Sullivan of Dover, Ohio; two sisters: Linda Sell, Sandy Harrison, and a brother, Barry (Linda) Easlick, all of Scio, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Steven Easlick, on March 31, 2015. At Richard’s request, there will be no services. A private family graveside service will take place at a later date. Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Richard’s family, and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

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Virginia Ramsey

Virginia Ramsey

Virginia Thompson Johnson Ramsey, 82, of Cadiz, died Sunday, April 19, at the Carriage Inn of Cadiz.  She was born August 11, 1932 in McIntyre, Ohio, a daughter of the late Samuel and Thelma Atkins Thompson. Mrs. Ramsey was a member of St. James A.M.E. Church in Cadiz and was a retired Nurses Aid at the Carriage Inn of Cadiz.  In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, William Henry Ramsey in 1989; two daughters, Virginia Bell and Alfretta Johnson; four sisters, Barbara, Gloria and Mamie Thompson and Alma Wile; and three brothers, Theodore “Debt” Atkins and Floyd and Lloyd Thompson.  Surviving are two daughters, Georgia (Ronald) McCollins and Alfreda Ann Goff, both of Cadiz; a son, Alfred McKinley (Deirdre Hollins) Johnson of Cambridge; nine grandchildren;  many great grandchildren and great great grandchildren; a brother, Frederick Craig Thompson of Hopedale; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.  Friends may call Friday from 11 a.m. until time of funeral service at 1 p.m. at St. James A.M.E. Church in Cadiz, with Rev. Charles Simpson officiating. Burial will follow at Cadiz Union Cemetery.  Online condolences may be made at www.clark-kirkland.com.

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Winifred E. Timmerman

Winifred E. Timmerman

April 20, Winifred Elizabeth “Winnie” McLandsborough Timmerman, 93, passed away peacefully at Bowerston Hills Healthcare, Bowerston, Ohio. Wife to Lawrence Raymond “Red” Timmerman (1925-1985). Winnie and Red made their home at 91300 Timmerman Rd., Bowerston. They were married in Covington, Kentucky on Sept. 8, 1943. Winnie was a daughter of the late John and Sue Winifred Liggett McLandsborough and was born at Station 15, Harrison Co. on Aug. 8, 1921. Her great grandparents John and Elizabeth Harrison McLandsborough were one of the early settlers of the Dining Fork area. A Dennison High School graduate, Winnie was a 39 year employee of The Scio Pottery Company as a handle finisher. Winnie was a very quiet, caring, loving person and devoted her life to her husband and family. Winnie was preceded in death by her only son Jeffrey Ray Timmerman (1955-1972), five sisters Mrs. Margaret (Tom) Greer, Mrs. Kathryn (Sigel) Stocker, Mrs. Mary (Hap) Wright, Mrs. Roberta (Dave Long and Clarence Birney) and Miss Alice McLandsborough, four brothers Sigel (Helen), John (Jennie), Robert (Vivian and Eleanor), Edmond “Tot” (Elma) and an infant brother. Winnie is survived and will be deeply missed by her daughter Gail (Tom) Dennis, Bowerston, a special granddaughter Ginger of Dublin, loved by her grandson Andy (Karen) Dennis of Hilliard, she was G-Ma to great granddaughters Abby and Emily Hardesty and Jordyn and Courtney Dennis. Sister-in-laws Vickie (Bob Timmerman) Burnhouse and Arlene (Jim) Beatty and several nieces and nephews also survive. Services will be held Friday at 12 p.m. in Koch Funeral Home, Scio with Sheila Roy, a friend in Christ, officiating. Interment will be in Conotton Cemetery. Friends may call two hours prior to the service from 10 am to 12 pm. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Scio United Methodist Church, PO Box 554, Scio 43988. www.kochfuneral.com Koch, Scio (740) 945-6161

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Rickey Lee Ferrell

Rickey Lee Ferrell

Rickey L. Ferrell, age 65 of Carrollton, passed away March 29, at Mercy Hospital in Canton. He was born March 20, 1950 to Wayne Oliver and Doris Eilene (Barnhart) in Wheeling, West Virginia. Rickey was originally from the Piedmont and Cadiz area. He worked as a coal miner for 15 years at Rose Valley Mine then Oak Park Mine. He retired from Aleris Rolled Products (Commonwealth Aluminum) with over 25 years. Rickey loved fishing, antique shopping, his family and grandchildren and life itself. Survived by his wife Frances the love of his life for 23 years. They were married October 15, 1992. Other survivors are a daughter, Nicole (Bobby) Kidder; a son, Brandon (Carrie) Ferrell; and a brother Wayne (Linda) Ferrell. Rick is also survived by his six grandchildren who were the apples of his eyes and they are Morgan, Cameron, Bailee, Dominic, Dylan and Lea. A celebration of life for Rickey will be Saturday, April 25, at the Allmon Dugger Cotton Funeral Home at 1 p.m. with Pastor Harold Barber officiating. Family will greet friends from 12 to 1 p.m. at the funeral home.

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Charmaine Greer

Charmaine Greer

Charmaine Greer, 75, of Cadiz, passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, April 14, with her family by her side. She was born August 31, 1939 in Cadiz a daughter of the late George Bland and Bernice Neff Mattern Bland. She was a retired homemaker who cherished her children, and an awesome Grandma, “Nana” to all her grandchildren.  She loved the outdoors. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, William L. “Bill” Greer in March 2008; four brothers: George, Kenneth, James, and Joseph Bland and a sister: Grace Marie Cannon. Surviving are her children: Mona (William) Bryant, Jeffrey (Paula) Greer, Deanne (Scott) Yarman and Shawn (Sabrina) Greer, all of Cadiz; seven grandchildren: Heather, Jeffrey, Daniel, Monica, Chandler, Dalton and Madaline; three great grandchildren: Ava, Nathan, and Vada; a brother, Ronald (Donna) Bland of Cadiz; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Friday, 4-8 p.m. at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz where funeral service will be held Saturday, April 18, at 11 a.m.   with Rev. Pete Tuchek officiating. Burial will follow at Holly Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Grove, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, send memorial contributions to Amedisys Hospice Care, 52171 National Road, East, Suite 1, St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950.  The memorial guestbook may be signed atwww.clark-kirkland.com.

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Billie Kay Snyder

Billie Kay Snyder

Billie Kay Snyder, age 78, of Cadiz, formerly of Scio, died Tuesday, April 14, in Trinity West Hospital, Steubenville after a brief illness. Born Sept. 9, 1936 in Wileyville (Wetzel Co.), W.Va., she was a daughter of the late Argel Dale McBee and Beulah Lemasters McBee. She attended Follansbee High School and Smithfield High School. She worked at the Scio Pottery and was a nurse’s aide at Sunnyslope Nursing Home retiring in 1997. Billie was a member of the Hopedale Church of Christ. She was an avid reader, mysteries being her favorite. She enjoyed going to garage sales, occasional outings to area casinos and visiting Wetzel County where she had many fond childhood memories. But what she loved most was spending time with her family especially playing with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Preceding her in death are her husband John Snyder, a son Mark Gilham, a son-in-law Bill Krankovich, a grandson Matthew Curtis,a granddaughter Sabre Blanton, a brother Jerry McBee and a sister Betty Cawthorn. Surviving are children Lynn (Ron) Raber of Jewett, Kim Gilham of McGaheysville, Va., Denise Krankovich of Cadiz, Gail (Kevin) Hunter of Plant City, Fla., and Michelle (Ronnie) Albright of Scio; a sister Patsy Hall of Stoneville, N.C.; twelve grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in Koch Funeral Home, Scio with Dean Blythe and her grandson Erik Raber officiating. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery, Jewett. Friends may call two hours prior to the service Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the funeral home.

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Loman Smith UPDATED

Loman Smith UPDATED

Loman B. Smith, 86, of Cadiz, died Sunday, April 12, at Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz.  He was born December 15, 1928 in Wheeling, W.Va.,, a son of the late Samuel H. Smith and Jean Alexander Smith Owens. Mr. Smith was a retired Carpenter, ran L.J. Smith in Connotton, former employee of Harrison County Highway Department, assisted his son Roy at Smith Plumbing and Heating, was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Cadiz and served with the National Guard in Steubenville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Evelyn Gotshall Smith. Surviving are two sons, Samuel and Roy (Lisa) Smith; two grandchildren, Cody (Courtney) Maffitt and Ali (Jon) Birney; three great grandchildren: Dominic and Paige Maffitt and Baylee Birney, all of Cadiz; and his cousins: Fred (Barbara) Whiteman of Scio, Mary Ruth Kidd of Scio and Nancy (Bill) Johnston of Maryland. Friends may call Thursday 5-8 at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz, where funeral service will be held, Friday, April 17 at 1 p.m, with Rev. Samuel Betts officiating.  Burial will follow at Cadiz Union Cemetery. The family would like to thank the Harrison County Home and Harrison Community Hospital for the care and support of our family. Online condolences may be made at www.clark-kirkland.com.  

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HC Sheriff promotes Drug Take-Back Day

HC Sheriff promotes Drug Take-Back Day

Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers said that his office will be offering National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day which will take place on two different Saturdays; April 18, and April 25. This is a great opportunity for those who missed the previous events, or who have subsequently accumulated unwanted, unused prescription drugs, to safely dispose of those medications. Americans that participated in the ninth National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on September 27, 2014 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and 4,076 of its national, tribal, and community law enforcement partners collected 617,150 pounds (309 tons) of unwanted prescription drugs at 5,495 sites. This brought the total amount of drugs collected in four years to 4,823,251 pounds, or 2,411 tons. Take-back initiative removes from circulation 2,411 tons of unused prescription drugs in four years. “The amount of prescription drugs turned in by the American public during the past nine Take-Back Day events speaks volumes about the need to develop a convenient way to rid homes of unwanted or expired prescription drugs,” said Sheriff Joe Myers. “With the continued support and hard work of our more than 88 county sheriff’s offices, local, and tribal law enforcement and community partners, these nine events have dramatically reduced the risk of prescription drug diversion and abuse, and increased awareness of this critical public health issue,” said Sheriff Myers. Myers also warned against flushing unused prescription drugs down the toilet, throwing them in the trash, or keeping them in the household medicine cabinet, resulting in contamination of the water supply and the theft and abuse of the prescription drugs. Sheriff Joe Myers and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office along with several area businesses will again partner to provide a safe drop-off point for unwanted, expired and unused medications. Custer Pharmacy, 122 S Main St, Cadiz; Cadiz; 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Rite Aid Pharmacy, 651 Lincoln St, Cadiz; 9am to 12 p.m. and Neimayer Pharmacy, 112 E Main St, Scio will be collecting on Saturday, April 18, and Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sheriff Joe Myers states that by chance you miss these to date there is a drop box right inside the front door of the Sheriff Office, which is open to everyone 24/7 to take the unwanted drugs. The Sheriff reminds everyone that no liquids are accepted.

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