Harper stepping down from West Jeff school board

(Posted June 6, 2022) By Linda Dillman, Staff Writer After more than two decades of service on the Jefferson Local school board, David Harper is stepping...

Farmers markets prep for a productive season

(Posted June 1, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Summertime is farmers market time. Vendors are gearing up for another season or are already in full...

Lupton named village administrator for Plain City

(Posted May 31, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Plain City has a new village administrator. On May 23, village council appointed Haley Lupton to the position. Lupton...

Jefferson Township fire levy stands at a tie, recount scheduled

(Posted May 27, 2022) The new vote tally for the Jefferson Township fire levy stands at a tie. A recount is slated for June 1. The...

Plain City Library launches Summer Reading Program

(Posted May 26, 2022) Plain City Public Library, 305 W. Main St., is kicking off its Summer Reading Program. For more information, go to www.plaincitylib.org...

West Jeff Middle School announces top student awards

(Posted May 26, 2022) West Jefferson Middle School recently announced its top awards for students for the 2021-22 school year. Sixth-grade students receiving top Presidential Academic...

Madison-Plains explores emotional support resources for students and staff

(Posted May 25, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Madison-Plains school district officials are pursuing new ways to help students and staff who are struggling emotionally. According...

Opening on London school board

(Posted May 25, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor London City Schools is looking to fill a vacancy on its board of education. Jonathan Stahl announced his...

City goes back to drawing board on levy options

(Posted May 25, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor London city leaders are going back to the drawing board to determine what direction to go following...

Stops signs going up on High Street in Mt. Sterling

(Posted May 24, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Stop signs are going up on High Street in Mount Sterling. The goal is to break up...

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