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Former Ormet Plant Given New Name By New Owner: "Center Port Terminal"

Former Ormet Plant Given New Name By New Owner: "Center Port Terminal"

  A painting, left behind by Ormet management, hangs in the main office of Hannibal Development Partners, LLC. It proclaims…

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Ohio Audit: SOLSD Could Save $2 Million Annually, Eliminate Forecasted Deficits

Ohio Audit: SOLSD Could Save $2 Million Annually, Eliminate Forecasted Deficits

  Released last week were the results of an audit analyzing the expenditures of the Switzerland of Ohio Local School…

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It's Fair Time in Monroe County!

It's Fair Time in Monroe County!

The annual Monroe County Fair kicked off in Woodsfield on Monday, Aug. 18 with the Junior Fair Parade and the…

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Clarington's Tame Deer Killed by Division of Wildlife Officer

Several Clarington residents were saddened by the killing of a tame buck in the village by the Ohio Division of Wildlife on Aug. 12. The death of the deer ends what had become a very publicized situation.

Clarington resident Trina Heslep said of the deer, “I don’t know of anyone in town who hasn’t come in contact with him.” The deer had been around town for four to five months and was tame enough to pet.

“He was very tame, very nice, very gentle around the kids. But, I know he wouldn’t have stayed that way, that he would’ve gotten ornery or possibly aggressive during the rut,” said Heslep.