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Pulling Out All The Stops In Richwood

RICHWOOD – Think you’re all big and bad with your John Deere lawn tractor, using it to haul rocks out of your garden, take leaves to the compost pile and mow the homestead lawn? Then have we just the place for you to go this weekend. Richwood Fairgrounds...
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Homeowners near future site of Intel's factory meet with company

LICKING COUNTY, Ohio — As part of what Intel said is a series of community gatherings to answer questions from concerned homeowners about what to expect when Intel begins construction, homeowners on Thursday met at the Johnstown Library to listen to what representatives of the chip giant had to say.
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20 people found guilty in Mount Vernon Municipal Court

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found five guilty and after arraignments, hearings and trials this week in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court. These were the cases brought forward by the Mount Vernon Law Director's Office. JUNE 29. Gilmar Hernandez, 26, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Operating...
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Knox County Grand Jury indicts 8

MOUNT VERNON — Knox County Grand Jury indictments on June 21 included a Mount Vernon man charged with domestic violence. Derek S. Weber, Mount Vernon, was indicted on domestic violence, a third-degree felony; disrupting public services, a fourth-degree felony; aggravated menacing, a first-degree misdemeanor; and criminal damaging, second-degree misdemeanor.
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Cornhole hits mark with Ohio roots, nearby participation

Those who have been to a college party, or recently, even at some outdoor bars have probably seen people playing the game of cornhole. While this trendy activity is often associated with outdoor barbecues and tailgating parties today, the origin of the game goes as far back as the 14th century in Germany.

Worthington Farmers Market

The Worthington Farmers Market will take place in historic downtown Worthington April 2, 2022 through December 17, 2022. Organizers are continuing the expanded layout and safety protocols to create a safe shopping experience for visitors and vendors.

MarionMade!: Local women help travelers see the world

Each week, this series shares MarionMade! stories of our many wonderful people, places, products and programs in the greater Marion community. To read more positive stories of Marion, or to share some of your own, visit us at or on social media. Jill Chitwood is a lifelong Marion resident. She graduated from River Valley in 1980 and graduated from Marion Technical College in 1982 with an associate degree in business administration. She and her husband, Wayne,...

Tacos to help kickstart your meatless journey

Vegan food is in increasing demand around central Ohio and right here in Westerville. A number of local restaurants have long offered vegetarian and vegan options, but the recent opening of Can’t Believe It’s Vegan on Shrock Road and Zammy’s Vegan Kitchen just past Sharon Wood Metro Park in Worthington mean more options and more variety; and eating vegan in 2022 is a far cry from a plate of raw veggies.

Pet of the Week: Meet Ruby

Ruby is about 5 years old and is searching for her forever home. She would do best in a home with no cats. She seems to do well with other dogs. Ruby also would do best in a home with older children. She is a very independent girl. She will be spayed, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, flea treated, dewormed, heart worm tested, rabies vaccinated and microchipped prior to going home. She will also go home with her 2022 dog license. If you think Ruby would be a good addition to your family, stop by the Humane Society Serving Crawford County at 3590 Ohio 98, Bucyrus, to visit and fill out an adoption application. Call 419-562-9149 with questions. This article originally appeared on Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum: Pet of the Week: Meet Ruby

Westerville Bookmarks | July/August 2022

Recommended Reads by Mindy Bilyeu, Adult Services Librarian. Loving Edie: How a Dog Afraid of Everything Taught Me to Be Brave. by Meredith May (Nonfiction) Edie is an unusually anxious dog. She cowers around most people, and the slightest noise sends her into a frenzy. Edie’s owner, May, shares her unforgettable journey with the pup. From treating Edie with CBD gummies to visiting a dog medium, May shows just how far she’s willing to go to save her dog.