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The league is for students in grades two through five. [Read More]
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The annual Par Excellence Academy Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast focused on King's words and rising up this year. [Read More]
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Plenty of old sayings about the weather have proven to have a lot of truth behind them. [Read More]
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Letha P. Headlee Licking County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship... [Read More]
Granville Area Chamber of Commerce Director provides "State of the Chamber" update as 2019 rolls on. [Read More]
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Emergency repairs to Newark's North Fork sanitary sewer interceptor forced a special meeting of the city Board of Control to approve the expenditure. [Read More]
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Granville Council also introduces potential tax subsidy agreement for proposed medical complex. [Read More]
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Local business leaders offer what they'd like to see from their governments in 2019. [Read More]
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Heath pursues an "Easton-esque" development on about 300 acres west of Wal-Mart, with an extension of Central Parkway 1.5 miles to Thornwood Drive. [Read More]
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Olivia Aguilar finds it laughable she would end up a scientist. Or for that matter, that she would grow up to teach on a college... [Read More]
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Kipp explains how a bill in Congress could help make it easier for people to vote. [Read More]
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Area business leader discusses local impact of trade, tariff's with Pataskala Chamber members. [Read More]
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Tags: Licking - County - Women
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Western Y Branch in Pataskala breaks ground for major renovation, expansion of offerings. [Read More]
The first name(s) listed is the seller and the second name(s) listed is the buyer. [Read More]
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The following people were sentenced for misdemeanor offenses in Licking County Municipal Court. [Read More]
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Firefighters helped rescue a resident and a dog from a fire on North 21st Street early Saturday morning. No major injuries were reported. [Read More]
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Sergeant John Lincoln Clem, who changed his middle name to Lincoln sometime during his enlistment, received his discharge in the fall 1864. [Read More]
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