Archive for: Freeport

Freeport man thankful to kind neighbors

FREEPORT – Bob and Louise Harding, of Freeport, are feeling pretty thankful for the kindness of neighbors who helped fulfill one of Bob’s wishes recently....

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Arlene M. Cox

Arlene M. Cox Age 89, of Freeport Route died Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 at her home. She was born in Holmes County, Aug. 2, 1923 to the late George and Irene Conrad...

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Conn memorial dedicated in Freeport

  By AMY GAREIS    News-Herald Staff Writer FREEPORT – It took 75 years but the life of an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper murdered in the line...

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Lakeland Academy previewed

FREEPORT – Freeport area residents and prospective students got a preview of Lakeland Academy Community School, which is undergoing construction at the former...

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Lakeland Academy set for Freeport

By AMY GAREIS     News-Herald Staff Writer FREEPORT – Longtime efforts to begin a charter school in Freeport are paying off as the Lakeland Academy Community...

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Freeport Firemen’s Fair July 27-28

  By AMY GAREIS     News-Herald Staff Writer FREEPORT – The summer of festivals and fairs continues this month as the Freeport Firemen’s Fair kicks...

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Brooks leading Clark Branch Library

FREEPORT – Elizabeth Brooks’ lifelong love of books has led to her new role as manager of Clark Branch Library in Freeport. The Freeport native and longtime...

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Quick actions save friend’s life

FREEPORT – Rich Rensi, left, is thankful after friend Melvin Allen saved his life during a serious heart attack on July 11. Allen, a 46-year member of the...

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A grand day out at Twin Hills Park

This large group of kids enjoyed a day at Twin Hills Park to participate in the 2012 Freeport Farmer Sportsman Club’s fishing derby. The May 19 event drew 180...

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Freeport stages a mock disaster

FREEPORT – Local fire and EMS departments took part in a mock disaster exercise outside the Select-O-Sep (former Harrison Lakeland Elementary School) property...

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