Thursday, April 24th, 2014

2012 October

Changes in store for WJ police property room

West Jefferson Village Council is studying two proposals to update operations in the police departments property room. The ordinances, said Lt. Gary McNeal, would bring the property room into line with Ohio Revised Code standards. One calls for the department to provide each officer with a locker in which he or she places evidence and personal or v...

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Groveport Madison 2012 homecoming court

  The members of the Groveport Madison High School 2012 homecoming court are, from left to right: Tyus Ferguson and Maiya Beane (freshman attendant); Jordan Sloan and Tahirah Wingard (senior queen candidate); Eddie Wilson and Alexis Baugus (senior queen candidate); Isiah Green and Emilee Downing (sophomore attendant); Dawuane Smoot and Kyaira...

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Courage, Conquer and Cure

Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove   Between 750 and 800 people participated in the "Courage, Conquer and Cure" 5K race and walk in Canal Winchester on Sept. 29 to raise money for the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research. The event raised more than $15,000 for the fund. Pictured here are team members holding hands as the...

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London Middle School is “greenest” school in Ohio

Celebrating London Middle Schools status as the first LEED Platinum school building in Ohio are: (from left) school board member Melissa Canney, former London Schools superintendent Steve Allen, school board member Jonathan Stahl, former school board members Vici Geer and Nancy Smith, school board member Curtis Brooks, Green Schools program directo...

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Hospital volunteers logged over 20,000 hours this past year

Fred Kolb, Madison County Hospital CEO, presents the Jean Smith Award to Anne Carter who volunteered 539 hours this past year. Fred Kolb (center) thanks Elsie Slagle (left) and Linda Houser (rright) for the more than 4,000 hours of volunteer service each has given the hospital. Fred Kolb (right) recognized Gloria Crisp (left) for her 3,000 hours of...

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Truro Township to hold open house, planning for future

As fire chief of the Truro Township Fire Department, Steve Hein oversees a department thats finding itself more busy as the population of Reynoldsburg, Brice and Truro Township continues to grow.   In 2011, the department responded to approximately 5,000 EMS calls for assistance and more than 1,000 calls for fire and rescue incidents.   A...

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