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Student poll worker glad to be part of election process

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Hamilton Township High School senior Cael Shaw may still be not old enough to vote—he turns 18 on Nov. 25—but that...

Encouraging young voters

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Getting out the vote takes on great importance during any election, but during a presidential election, the push is even stronger,...

madison news

Madison-Plains golfer named OHC Player of the Year

(Posted Oct. 23, 2020) Aydn Gammell, a senior on the Madison-Plains High School boys’ golf team, was named Player of the Year in the Ohio...

Roughriders advance to next playoff round

(Posted Oct. 23, 2020) Photos courtesy of Greg Pfeil West Jefferson defeated Anna 36-35 on Oct. 17 at home in Div. VI regional play. The Roughriders...

Handing out hand-made Halloween costumes

(Posted Oct. 22, 2020) By Theresa Hennis, Staff Writer Liz Lassel of the London Visual Arts Guild (LVAG) believes in connecting the guild to the community...

groveport news

No Red and Black Night this year

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has let the air out of the basketball as the Groveport Madison Cruiser basketball program’s annual Red...

Groveport budget addresses infrastructure; helps recreation facilities

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The city of Groveport’s proposed 2021 budget is a reflection of the economic and societal turmoil caused by the ongoing coronavirus...

grove city news

Staying safe and healthy this Halloween

Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the city’s annual Boo on Broadway has been canceled but the traditional Beggar’s Night will still take place...

Let’s play pickleball!

By Andrea Cordle Grove City Editor Not even a pandemic can keep people away from pickleball. The city of Grove City hosted a “soft” opening of the...

Park plan presented to the community

By Andrea Cordle Grove City Editor When the Grove City Library was relocated to Broadway, there was much discussion about what to do with the former...

westside news

Tips for trick-or-treaters during COVID-19

Following the guidelines released by the Ohio Department of Health, the city of Columbus will allow trick-or-treat on Thursday, Oct. 29, from 6 to...

Prairie Township opens its pool

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Let there be swimming! A local community center is finally reopening its pool after having it closed for over six months...