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Sheriff gets approval for next gen. 911 system THIS IS A NECESSARY UPGRADE...IT ALLOWS US TO INCREASE SERVICE AND SAVE MONEY

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CADIZ – Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers appeared before the county commissioners at Wednesday’s meeting seeking approval for an agreement that makes the Next Generation 911 in Harrison County one step closer to reality. Myers called their current recording equipment “obsolete” with the new Polycom phone on the market, and ready to be installed.

“That will come out of the 911 funds so we recommend that equipment be purchased,” Myers explained. Doug Crabtree from the county engineer’s office said this is going to allow them to expand their phone service with calls being re-routed “much better” and will also allow phone and radio traffic to be recorded. “This is a necessary upgrade,” Crabtree told the board. The system itself is called “Eventide,” which will be installed by Stephen Campbell Associates with a cost announced at, $13,569. Myers said the Next Generation 911 is expected to go up live on March 26. The commissioners did approve of the agreement. Myers further explained that after conferring with General Dynamics it was recommended that a T-1 line be installed and he said it’s in the works to

Grant money up for grabs in Scio By JD LONG

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SCIO – It was decision time in Scio as Village Solicitor Jason Tubaugh laid out four scenarios that dealt with their waterline projects. First though, he informed council that the village is no longer eligible for the CDBG (Community Development Block Grant ) money, which is based on Low to Moderate Income (LMI) pertaining to a certain percentage of a community’s population (52 percent). “And the reason is the Low to Moderate Income summary data has changed…our LMI survey expires at the end of the year so it has to be redone for 2020,” Tubaugh explained. He told council that back in 2013

make that happen. “When they come in and put that new T-1 line it, it will give us 22 avenues to transfer calls in and out of the sheriff’s office to work with the Polycom phones,” he told the board. He added that they were told they do have a T-1 line in but “they don’t know what it goes to and neither do we.” He said he was told there is going to be a savings with the new T-1 line in working with the new Polycom phones, which he said would cost $440 per month by transferring data over to the new system. “We’re hoping to save money on the back side and from what they (Frontier Communications) talked to me…it should be $145 savings a month by going this way from what are stuff can be transferred over to that,” Myers said. “It allows us to increase service and save money,” Crabtree added.

Crabtree also relayed a request from County Engineer Doug Bachman for an advance of $403,942 for work FEMA has completed while “we are currently awaiting funds for.” “These projects were viewed and approved by FEMA and now are working the way through the process of funding and getting the monies down to the State FEMA and then to the County,” Crabtree said reading from a prepared statement. The money involves five projects with four being slip repairs: Harrison 2 ($47,655-BBR Drilling); Harrison 39 ($56.553-BBR Drilling); Harrison 24 ($133,854-Dennison Bridge) and Harrison 17 ($96,010-Alan Stone). The remaining project was for the Harrison 61 bridge wing wall repair for $69,890 and also done by BBR Drilling.

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This simple phone is anything but as Sheriff Joe Myers announced at the commissioner’s meeting Wednesday, as the new Polycom phone. Next Generation 911 is going live March 26 and the new phone will allow for better communications and recording plus the transferring of calls.

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the village was over 52 percent but were in the low 40s when the state did the survey. “So, doing it yourself actually behooves the village, I know it’s a lot of work and effort…but since gas and oil has kind of pretty much died out as far as transient workers, the people that live here are the ones that need to be surveyed,” he explained. Regarding other grant possibilities in aiding their major waterline projects, a fairly lengthy discussion ensued with Tubaugh explaining four possibilities, or options the village could take. He said they are currently through round one and if they continue on course their loan share stands at $87,000 with a local share

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Cadiz Council discusses future of Mannik Smith By JD LONG

jim@harrisonnewsherald.com CADIZ – The village of Cadiz, who first retained Mannik Smith back in 2015 for an initial contract of $80,000 for various road projects, discussed what to do about the future with the engineering firm at last Thursday’s council meeting. Council member Terry Capers reported on their finance committee meeting and what was discussed was whether to retain the engineering firm, Mannik Smith Group (MSG) for the village of Cadiz. A retainer for “general

engineering services” was the exact topic Capers titled it. “And basically what this is, is it’s not a you use it or lose it kind of deal, you use it if you need it,” he explained. He added that if the village does not use the retainer they wouldn’t lose it. Treasurer Amy Ossman stated that they wouldn’t be paying MSG, which Village Administrator Ted Andrzejewski called a good question after it was asked if they would be reimbursed. “The builder would put in a deposit [and] we would use that deposit

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HC cheering competition squad nets second at state The Harrison Central cheering competition squad competed on March 10 in Columbus during the 2019 State Cheering Competition and walked away with a second place finish, a first in school history. Full story on pg. 6

New Athens swears in new member, moves to raise water tap-in fees By JD LONG

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NEW ATHENS – Along with swearing in new council member Roger Digman, the New Athens village council proceeded through the first reading for raising their water tap-in fees. Those fees will see an increase to $1,500 for in-town residents and an increase to $2,000 for customers who live outside the village limit. These fees

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are for a three-quarter inch line and any additional costs that rise above these fees will be the responsibility of the resident, such as a larger line or other materials for example. From what council gathered when searching through the old ordinance was that the current tap-in fee is $600 inside the village and $780 for anyone wanting to hook up that lived outside the village limit. But after the third reading that will be no more. Village Solicitor Travis Collins was

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concerned over the wording and wanted the exact parameters of the line before writing the ordinance. What added to some of the confusion was a resident who is putting in a 2-inch line but it was agreed that that is a separate situation. Council member Mark Arnold said this resident would be responsible for any cost above installing a three-quarter inch line. They also talked of a 1-inch line but council member Matt Litman said he knew of no one who had anything but

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a three-quarter inch line inside the village. When Collins asked who was buying the meter he was told the village would own the meter whether it’s in town or outside the village, according to Arnold. “The $2,000 says, ‘here’s your right to hook on,’ if he wants a 2-inch meter and that meter costs $4,000 yep, that’s what it costs, sorry, that’s his choice,” Arnold stated. Council opened the meeting discussing the crossover to radio

meters, which is already happening in several other communities throughout the county. Village Administrator Tosha Giesey reminded council that two representatives from the engineering firm, ADR & Associates were supposed to appear and talk about funding and other issues but they did not show. Village employee Matt Litman Jr. said it’s a matter of time before the current

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Jewett to receive $500,000 from OMEGA reason for the difference in funds is simply OMEGA ran out and that’s what they had left. She also explained after speaking with Bob Allen of E.L. Robinson that bids must be out by April and submitted in May “in order to be eligible for our EPA money.” The village will be needing easements from certain residents as their waterline plans move forward. It was noted there were between 10

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JEWETT – The funds Jewett hoped to receive-$750,000 from OMEGA will not be, according to Treasurer Linda Ager when she informed Jewett’s council at last Wednesday’s meeting. But they will receive $500,000, which will go towards their waterline replacement project. She said the

to 15 but they weren’t sure of the exact number as of yet. Village Solicitor Jenna Hokes said she would expedite the process stating, “It’s a matter of getting people to respond.” She said the last group of letters were sent out last week and said she would begin phoning residents. She further explained that since the new pipelines were not being put back in the same exact spot as the old, is the reason for the new

easements. “And the old, old pipelines, no one ever recorded anything,” she told council, “so now this is all corrective work.” Also, Clerk of Water and Public Affairs Rhonda Harris told council that six residents have yet to pay back taxes. She said Hokes will be sending them letters informing them that the village could “garnish wages and bank

accounts” if payment is not received. Hokes, in regards to the house that had to be raided where animals were taken from the Carmans and housed in Jefferson County, said that probation would be revoked on Catherine Carman since she has not made any more payments and did not show up for a probation appointment.

Police Chief Ron Carter opened the meeting with his usual report informing council that his department is now Taser certified. He said last month was quiet regarding traffic issues but is already picking this month. “We have as many citations this month as we had almost at the end of last month already,” Carter stated.

Cadiz Council discusses grants, water charge forgiveness policy which is being aided by $189,996 grant but still need $354,495 that is expected to come from the 2019 budget. He added that they are working on identifying those funds “in this year’s budget.” Also, with help from the water

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CADIZ – Village Administrator Ted Andrzejewski has asked for an extension from the Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC),

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department the village is working on replacing around 100 water meters throughout Cadiz, or reconnecting some as well, he wrote in his report. “These locations have been identified with having water and sewer bills for years at minimum usage and never changing,” Andrzejewski said. “We know that something is incorrect and the Village is not receiving the correct amounts for water and sewer usage from these locations.” He said they’re finding that meters are either old or wires have become disconnected as part of the problem. He said these actions are going to create “some significant additional money” to the water and sewer funds. “So, once we go through that whole list of a hundred there’s going to be a little spike up in the water and sewer money coming in too and rightfully so because, those residents should

be paying the same rates as people that have functioning water meters,” Andrzejewski explained. He also brought up a recent conference call he had with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which has led to the village needing to fill out one additional form in order to receive a $950,000 grant. The money will go towards their wastewater sewer projects. Early in the meeting, council member John Vermillion inquired about residents getting credit off their bills for breaks, or other problems but Andrzejewski told him what the village wants to do is help them but we’re not going to forgive their debts. Vermillion countered with an example of one resident who experienced a break and had his sewer charge forgiven but was later told the village would no longer be doing that. Andrzejewski stated that to his understanding that if

someone suffers a break or a leak “we don’t forgive the charges.” “If you do it for one you’re going to have hundreds come in…” he told council. Vermillion, though, asked if the village, since they had forgiven some debts in the past were discontinuing the practice because Andrzejewski was now the administrator. But numerous council members chimed in with comments and what came out of it was Council President Thomas Crawshaw’s example of forgiving a $6,000 bill with McDonald’s but knew of no others that came to mind. Vermillion and Treasurer Amy Ossman both said the McDonald’s situation was under different circumstances. Andrzejewski noted he has gotten together with water department personnel and asked how things have been done and how they would like it now and was told they don’t

forgive breaks or leaks. “And I’m not trying to be hard,” Andrzejewski told them. “Whatever council wants me to do I’ll do but we thought it was the logical thing to do is you need to pay your bill. We feel bad for you so we’ll split it up into payments but we can’t forgive it.” He said people that have come in they have worked with them on their bills and repeated again that they are trying to work with residents, “especially since this was the first few months that they got the higher bills.” Also, Andrzejewski informed council that a letter had been sent to the owner of the Cadiz Laundromat located at 161 West Market Street. He said it was in “horrible” condition and wrote in his report that nearby property owners have been complaining that, “large pieces of the roof are now coming off.” “So maybe we can get that guy off first base,” Andrzejewski said.

Adena police now eligible for needed upgrades By JD LONG

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ADENA – Even though the Adena Police Department (APD) didn’t need anyone to tell them they are a small department, the acknowledgment from the Ohio Small Police Department Association (OSPDA) has

brought the APD into them as part of that group and is now eligible for some good things as the result of this connection. Adena Police Chief Paul Carpenter made the announcement at Tuesday’s Adena monthly meeting where he’s also the representative for small towns such as Barnesville and Dillonvale, just to name two others he said that have joined. “It’s to get grants,” he told council as well as for sharing such as training with different departments. “They’ll come here instead of paying OPOTA (Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy) and going up there for seven, eight days and we’re going to share that,” Carpenter explained. He said the dues is $150 per year, which he said Treasurer Bobbie Gaffney already has given him a check for. “It’s a great thing”, he continued, “it’s taken off so we should get some benefits out of that.” He said obtaining cruisers was one benefit that would come out of being affiliated with OSPDA. Some other benefits listed were immediate access to over 230 hours of public safety courses, create your own training, top national instructors and around the clock access to technical support, just

to name a few. Carpenter also addressed Internet in their police cruiser. He explained that he can scan then print out what he needs when pulling people over for violations. He said he was testing, via AT&T with Smithfield and the area “to keep it going.” Also, the new bridge next to the square may soon be getting a new name with it as well. Gaffney said after speaking with some local people that Dale Stock, the Vietnam veteran who was killed in action in 1969, is a name that was preferred. “Dale was the first Vietnam veteran killed over there,” Gaffney said referring to Adena residents. But then she asked how many from the area were killed in other wars but no one knew of any killed who were from Adena. Others she spoke with asked why couldn’t it be named Veteran’s Bridge or Adena Veteran’s Bridge? “This village has a lot of veterans,” Gaffney said in reference to others and who also may have died from later complications related to war. One lifelong resident said the only veteran killed during war that she knows of was Stock. “I just don’t want anybody to get hurt…” Gaffney told council. “I mean that’s up to

you. I don’t have to take the flack you guys do.” Nothing was decided before the meeting ended. Another issue tackled dealt with trucks in town as Village Solicitor Adam Martello told council, “it has to come from you guys,” referring to a directive that needs to come from council for Martello to draw up a Road Use Maintenance Agreement (RUMA). Martello laid out the specifics of exactly where and on what road the RUMA would apply and hours a company is allowed to use it, as well. When Martello was told some trucks even pass in front of the municipal building on their brick roads he said those bricks would not be replaced. “If you want to keep the brick roads then it might be worth considering not letting them travel on it because they’re not going to replace a brick road with more bricks, it’s not going to happen,” Martello told council. “You might be able to get them to tear it up and pave it but they’re not going to replace it with more bricks.” Martello said to let him know what they want and he would make sure those provisions are in the agreement.

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was “very interested in seeing what the county could do for New Athens.” Bethel could not comment on anything particular when contacted this week but did confirm that the commissioners would “support New Athens’ efforts to make

their Village better, including financial support.” Also, in last month’s meeting it was revealed that the village had signed an agreement with Ascent Resources for $5,500 with 20 percent royalties for five years.

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Commissioners work with Hopedale on animal clinic By JD LONG

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HOPEDALE – Harrison County Commissioner Paul Coffland appeared before Hopedale’s council at Wednesday’s monthly meeting to hash out some details and offer what help the county could for Dr. Scott Pendleton’s new animal clinic facility, which is due to be completed near the U.S. 22 exit in Hopedale later this year. Council member Ron Hawkins and the rest of council agreed that the new facility wasn’t going to benefit only Hopedale but all of Harrison County as well, which Coffland agreed. “I mean it’s more for you guys than us,” Coffland said. One issue to iron out was the fact that to place a line underneath the overpass would have to be bored, which is what the state

has required. And for the county to submit those plans they needed Hopedale’s approval, which they received. Village Solicitor Jack Felgenhauer was informed of drawing up the ordinance, which gives permission to the county to bore under the highway near the overpass, which would tie into the sewer system. Mayor Mike Pelegreen said the line would extend down to the post office and hook in there. “When they get to the highway the state has specifications that you have to put it in a certain way, and it has to be bored and we have to give the county authorization…” Pelegreen explained. It was further explained that since that part of the highway needed bored under and is inside the village of Hopedale, was the reason for the village’s approval. Pelegreen added that the state

would not allow open trench digging underneath an overpass, which is the reason for the boring. Hawkins’ motion to approve of the boring was accepted. Also, Hawkins informed council of having to purchase an additional 25 tons of salt “to get us through.” He said the county was not able to sell them any more, which led to a higher cost because they had to go to Belmont Mills for the additional salt and not the county. Mayor Pelegreen commended Street Superintendent Rick Atkins on the job he did over the winter plowing streets. He said he’d received compliments from people around the community regarding the job Atkins did. Clean up day for Hopedale was announced as May 11 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the firehouse. Council member Don Jochims said CCH

Ground has been broken at the site of Dr. Scott Pendleton’s new animal clinic situated near the U.S. 22 overpass in Hopedale. Wednesday, Hopedale council gave approval for the county to bore under the overpass for a new sewer line hookup.

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for the cost. The one point he made was that the village was responsible for contacting the

company they wish to provide them. He said the cost was between $250 and $400.

Harrison County Genealogical Society to meet March 25 The Harrison County Genealogical Society will be holding their first meeting for 2019 on Monday, March 25 at 1 p.m. at the Puskarich Public Library, Cadiz in the large conference room downstairs. After a brief business meeting the program will be "Cooks Corner" with attendees encouraged to bring a favorite recipe and the story behind the recipe. This is an annual event that is a fun time with many interesting stories and dishes. If one would like, they may bring

a sample of their recipe for everyone to enjoy during refreshment time. The society has other interesting meetings planned for 2019. April 22, Rena Goss will be presenting a program on "Finding Women in Civil War Pension Packets.” There will be no May meeting because the meeting date falls on Memorial Day. The group will be planning a field trip to a local point of interest. June 24, Larry Goss's program will be about a project he just completed on converting glass negatives to

photos. He will be sharing a slide show of pictures from Mt. Pleasant and Smithfield. July 22, will be the annual covered dish picnic with the program being "Show and Tell.” Attendees will bring an item of interest and share the story behind the object. August 26, Linda Morgan will be sharing information about the Digital Shoebox program and how to access it on the Puskarich Public Library site. One can find lots of wonderful pictures, annuals, books, sports programs, etc. of Harrison

County. September 23, Rena Goss will be demonstrating what information can be found in school records. October 28, will be the Annual Banquet with induction of members into First Families and Pioneer Families of Harrison County. November 25, the program will be attendees sharing old letters and diaries from their families. Regular meetings are at 1 p.m. at the Puskarich Public Library, the picnic and banquet are at 6 p.m. with locations to be announced. One does not need to be a member to attend any

of the activities. Please come out and hear and share some of the interesting stories about the people and places of Harrison County and the surrounding area. Their research library is located at 134 S Main St, Cadiz, Ohio next door to the Mine Restaurant. They are closed until June. Appointments to visit for research may b arranged by calling in advance Susan Adams 740-942-3137 or Marcia Carter 740-942-2908. For

queries the group may be reached by email at harrisonheritage @yahoo.com.

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Cadiz Business Association buttons up plans for recognition banquet CADIZ - The Cadiz Business Association membership meeting and  finalization of plans for the  Recognition Banquet to be held March 16 was held at The Mine Restaurant on Wednesday. Susan DeMalio presided and final plans were discussed for the dinner. Dale Davis  will serve as emcee, it was noted, and all those to be honored have been selected and  presenters have been named.  Jackie Hutyera, vice president, went over details for the dinner, including the caterer, table linens,

flowers, table decorations, lighted awards, greeters, registration. public address system, table  set up and clean up committee. Scott Porter has been contacted to help set up tables and the stage. All systems were on board but concern was expressed over reservations. As of March 13, there were only 89  but the deadline was extended by e-mail to help with those who had  neglected to order tickets on time.. Jackie Hutyera reported that most families were notified about the memoriam service for deceased

village residents. She will present the honored program as she has done for years. Ted Andrzejewski, village administrator, was present at the meeting and discussed the enormous parking problem in the village. As a suggestion, he said that there should be three 15 minute parking spaces and one handicapped space in the center of town and all night parking by permit only. "Come and see me and we will try to help the business community," he said. At the mention of a parking ban from

2-6 a.m. during winter weather for snow removal, he was told that this was not in effect in Cadiz and he planned to look into this.   Nancy Davis, treasurer,   reported that the bills were all paid to date.   In old business, a band show that was discussed at the February meeting, was brought up again but  needs more work to become a reality.  Susan DeMalio said the concept is that local bands could perform their half time shows and this would bring  people into Cadiz.

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engineer’s office where they will be reimbursed later on, which he later said would stretch beyond the $403,000-plus dollars. Crabtree repeated that the projects have already been completed and said they were requesting a “loan” after Commissioner Don Bethel asked the question. Crabtree explained that the advance in

monies allows the contractors to be paid and cover other costs that the county has had to pay. Crabtree said the money would be repaid as soon as FEMA comes through with the funds, which he said is expected “within the next few months.” He said that was the best case scenario with the worst being the money

wouldn’t come through until the end of the year. The commissioners approved the request. Also, Crabtree read off a slew of bids from several companies as he does at this time each year. The bids were for materials such as different types of limestone, aggregate, hot mix and fuel. Those items were all tabled for review.

“So, basically what I’m telling you is wait till 2020 to possibly getting a free waterline project paid and everything is realistic, if you don’t you’re in for a hundred and thirty-some thousand of the village taxpayer dollars…that’s what it boils down to,” Tubaugh stated. He then explained that it would take council’s unanimous vote in favor of revising their capital improvement plan [but] “if there’s one ‘no’ and that you’ll have to revisit next meeting.” He called waiting an “easy sell” because they would only be putting the project off for approximately nine months, as opposed to other scenarios and costs involved. Tubaugh said the four options were presented by Quixsall and

Associates, an engineering and consulting firm they have been working with. He ran down those options with the first being that the village pay for it themselves, which “got shot right out of the sky.” The second was to go with OPWC, which is the 87/45 loan and grant money with the village fronting $45,000 in cash. The third option, which he called it a variance of going with 31 percent of village expense (up from 26 percent) gaining the village two additional points towards a grant, but also raises their costs from $45,000 to $67,000. He repeated the fourth option as the best, which combines OPWC with ARC grant money as the possibility of having it all

paid for. Tubaugh felt they had a “pretty good shot” at obtaining the ARC grant because of the LMI statistics, which he said gets thrown out for next year. This led to Council Member, Andrew Turner asking if this might interfere with their chances of an OPWC grant next year. Tubaugh said it does not because they are already granted the OPWC money. “Basically, the ARC is going to front load us our cash and loan amounts,” Tubaugh said, which led to two motions for seeking ARC funding as well as amending their capital improvement plan Phase 2, projected date of 2020, which were both approved.

are billed for MSG services would come out of that $20,000 fund. Ossman clarified further this week when she said MSG works mostly with the paving projects in the village with E.L. Robinson for instance, working with the wastewater projects. When Capers made a motion for Village Solicitor just to write up an ordinance to retain MSG, Vermillion interrupted and asked if the village had done any shopping around Ossman told him “that’s just their proposal when the ordinance comes you can vote against it.” “I’m not trying to waste two months here I’m asking the question have we shopped there or not because I mean, if you want my personal opinion we spent a lot of money at Mannik Smith last year, a lot of money…” Vermillion stated. That total, according to Ossman came to $91,298 covering five different purchase orders including the E. Market

Street paving done last year. Andrzejewski named three firms, Hull, E.L. Robinson and MSG that the village is also doing business with. “That’s just general engineering services,” he said adding that on bigger projects they would send bids out. Crawshaw said the village could look for another engineering firm aside from MSG if they wanted but Andrzejewski explained further by referring to a meeting they had with MSG (last month) lasting nearly two hours and said the concerns of Ossman and the mayor were satisfied. “And I have dealt personally with bigger engineering firms and they came across as knowing what they’re doing,”Andrzejewski told council. But he said if council wanted him to search for more engineering firms he would do that but for the size of the village, he described the three firms they’re dealing with now as “sufficient.” He also said MSG’s pricing is

similar to most other engineering firms he’s dealt with but called council’s questions good ones. When they told him of an 8 percent price on engineering projects Andrzejewski said he knew that was what most firms charge and not higher, which told him they were not overcharging the village. But again he reminded council he would seek out other firms for quotes if that’s what they wished him to do. Two motions were then passed, one for Village Solicitor Costa D. Mastros to draw up an ordinance for voting on the $20,000 proposal from MSG, and the other to shop for other engineering firms. Also discussed was the new front door with a drop box attached for the municipal building. Capers said the bid was just over $2,800 and a motion was approved for that work.

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From PG | 1 of $45,000. He felt the best scenario was to resubmit for an ARC (Appalachian Regional Commission) grant and their cost share would be zero if combined with (Ohio Public Works Commission)OPWC. “If we get it, if we don’t get it, we’re still in for the 87 to 45,” Tubaugh said. “But if you do get it your share is nothing.” He said the village’s EPA plans have already been approved and are good for five years. He added that he would like to see Phase 2 of the project completed this year but left it up to council on which direction of the four scenarios they would prefer.

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eventually to pay back into the retainer. So we’d pay the engineering firm to review the plans pay them, and then the contractor’s deposit we would use for the fee,” Andrzejewski explained. When council member Chace Smith asked if there was an annual fee paid to MSG, Council President Thomas Crawshaw stated that there is a cap “at $20,000” and pay them only when they are used for services. “We have a $20,000 bank account with Mannik Smith right now,” Council member John Vermillion said, referring to a proposal MSG made to the village for the $20,000 fee for general engineering services. It was made clear that the village was not writing a check to MSG for $20,000 but that whatever they

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4 BOWERSTON By Mary Anna Cotter Sincere sympathy is extended to the families of Jerry Sell 69 CV class of 1968, Virginia Nash 90,  and Jane Gilchrist 54 of Stonewood, W.Va., a former resident of Bowerston. Our thoughts are with these families. Oliva Bower daughter of the Chris Bower's played her last game as a senior at Ohio University on Saturday. Many family and friends attended. Mary Anna Cotter attended  Associate Matron & Patron night at West Park Chapter at Cleveland recently  and the calling hours for the Past Grand Matron Maxine Jeffers  in Columbus on Monday. UNIONPORT By Mary-Catherine Mull Appreciation and a big, big thank you are expressions of the Wayne Township Community Center to each and everyone for attending and helping in any way with the baked steak dinner that was held Saturday evening in Unionport. Jake and Charlie Corder of Columbus spent a few days with Howard and Mary Corder and families. The Unionport Methodist Women will meet March 21 at 11 a.m. in the Unionport Methodist Church. Spring and Lenten projects will be planned. A Spaghetti Dinner will be held in Unionport in the Masonic Lodge Hall on March 23. The Jefferson County Pomona Grange #41 meeting was cancelled due to so much illnesses last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy McClure and family of Columbiana County visited recently with Joe and Emily Cola. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to each and everyone on Sunday March 17! FREEPORT By Deb Milligan Happy St. Patrick's Day! March 20- First Day Spring Happy Birthday-Sam Bear, Ron Cochenour, Diane Jones, Christina De Liloreto, and Holden McEndree, and belated Happy Birthday Jay Overholt, and Marti Connolly. The community extends its sympathy to Ed (Cheryl) Singer of Flushing on the death of Ed's sister Darlene Sue Boyce, age 70 of Holloway. Karen Walton had a birthday party on her granddaughters Mallory and Allison Walton. They both had a good

party enjoying food, and games with family and friends. Friends and family helped Mike Doane celebrate his 45 birthday at his place Saturday night. Congratulations to Claymont sophomore Emma Leggett, granddaughter of Bonnie Cunningham of Freeport who was announced among Claymont High School "Students of the Month." Trust in the Lord with all your heart. We ask for prayers for Jason Laporte, Bob Henry, Junior Burdette, Ron Dunlap, the family of Betty Jean (McConnell) Burch, Barb Fritter, and those in hospitals and nursing homes. Over 20 attended the Harrison County Firemen's Association meeting on March 5 at the James Clark Fire Station in Freeport. They discussed many ideas and set May 5 for their 2nd quarter auction at the station. They enjoyed visiting and Freeport firemen served refreshments. On March 6, six members of Freeport Presbyterian Women met at the church with Shirley Wells hostess. Roll call was each attending giving a reading. They enjoyed a covered dish dinner. New officers were installed including Co-Presidents-Judy Luyster and Cathy Gindlesperger, Secretary-Shirley Wells, and Treasurer-Marty Bardall. Next meeting will be in June. Congratulations to Emily Luyster, daughter of Rick and Jennifer Luyster of Freeport area who qualified for state "Power of Pen". The Lakeland Group Ministries is comprised of area churches that have an interest in the welfare of our local communities, with food and clothing assistance, no charge or fee. President is Nancy Rodgers, and Joan Kramer is coordinator and treasurer. There was Singspirations the fifth Sunday of each month and a collection was taken, this along with other monies Lakeland Area Ministries Church of the Nazarene, located on State Route 800, between Freeport and Tippecanoe. A new building has been built to distribute food and clothing to the needy of the area. There were donations collected at TJ"s and Westbanco location for "Christmas In July" fund raiser. God is using this ministry for our new building. Thanks to Pastor Jim Hauser, of the host Nazarene Church who has done a lot of work for this progress. The group has set up 2019 Singspirations for March 31-Nazarene Church, June 30-Freeport Presbyterian Church and Sept. 29- Freeport Methodist

Church. Freeport area 1300 were without electricity Friday from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. when a tree fell on County Road 10. When the electric came on for some customers, then 1700 customers were still without power from 1:58 p.m. - 2:45 a.m. due to a broken electric pole that they had to use a bulldozer to pull equipment back to repair pole. We want to say thanks to the people of the electric company that worked long hours to get electric on. Four Seasons Garden Club met at the home of Sharon Gump on Feb. 27. Final plans were made for the Club's Annual Open meeting. The event will take place on March 27, at 6:30 p.m. at Puskarich Library in Cadiz. There will be a demonstration of a formal table setting and a bit of information about the historic Scio Pottery. Please contact Judy Workley at 740-658-3891 to reserve your seat. "Gardening with Container's" was the program for the evening. The meeting concluded with a delicious cake and celebration of the birthdays of all members. Plans made for 2019: Lakeland Democratic Women's Club resumed their meetings on March 11th at Steele Crest Community Room. Vice President Lori Milleson conducted the meeting with everyone repeating the "Pledge of Allegiance". Lori Milleson had prayer and Mickey Gross and Marge Monroe served refreshments and twelve members answered roll call with their favorite Spring Flower. Mickey Gross gave the secretary report, and Mary Lynn McBride the treasurers report. The club discussed the good Christmas dinner, food was catered by Karen Walton, donations of toys made to the Lakeland Group Ministry for Christmas Baskets, provided socks, canned ham, and peanut brittle for boxes made to send to military personnel. Plans for 2019 were made including "Breakfast with the Easter Bunny" at the Freeport Fire Station on April 20 from 9-11 a.m. And Spring fundraiser giveaway a cooler full. Rich Milleson of Harrison County Central Committee was present and ask the club to help with "Night at the Horse Races" May 18 at Cadiz Country Club Dues of $5 are due, Cindy Maleski provided the door prize and was won by Lori Milleson who answered the Riddle: What does the Easter Bunny get for a basket? 2 points. The next meeting will be April 8 with Ann Milleson and Martha Parker as hostess. Lady Raider Basketball Reunion-

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Girls on 1974,1975, and 1976 met at 11 a.m. and a did few basketball skills (as many as they thought appropriate for their ages) followed by a great time visiting over lunch at the Raider Restaurant. Attending were Linnah (McElhaney) HodkinsonClass of 1975, Donna (Patterson) McNatt, Becky Gladman, Cindy (Gustina) Bear-Class of 1976 and Lee Ann Dunlap-Class of 1977 along with Mascots-Betty Ann (Gustina) Moore and Mark Gladman had a great time catching up and seeing each other. They received a letter from former Lakeland teacher and coach Mrs. Joanie Kuceyeski who was not there to remind us were among the pioneers of girls/women's sports. West Chester Senior Citizens will have a board meeting at 9:30 a.m. on March 18 followed by snacks at the center. On March 8 they had their monthly breakfast, which is always very good. Manager Fred Dickinson welcomed 45 people, and Eva Peeper gave the blessing then they enjoyed the breakfast. Prone directory communicate with each Bob and RoseMary Hall of Dover told it was an honor to be here and see so many people, he discussed the Senior Citizens new van for Tuscarawas County, and Mr. Dickinson is trying to get a grant for new tables and chairs for the center. The ones there have been there since the center opened in 1997. The Lakeland Academy Community School Board meeting that was set for March 12 2019 was cancelled due to lack of quorum. Harrison County Coon Hunters are making plans for their annual Nite hunt and Bench show for March 30. Again this year, they are asking you to make a donation to the club. They certainly appreciate any donation that you can make at this time. If you wish to make a donation, you can contact or send donations to: Dale Sproul, 9857 Sproul Rd. SE, Uhrichsville, Ohio 44683 or call 740-922-9291. Tri County Showstoppers 4-H Club decorated the Raider window for their project. 4-H clubs in the area that decorated windows will be judged by Joyce Wallace and Holly Brindley for 4H Week Head, Heart, Hands, and Health are the 4 Hs in 4-H. They're will be a county wide contest and cash award prizes. Clark Memorial Branch - Library in Freeport: March 21 and 28thPre-School Story Hour each Thursday at 11am at the library for children ages 3-K. It's a goal to introduce young children to the library and provides the children with a fun and enjoyable group activity. March 22 at 3 p.m. Movie Day-Join us at the library for showing of a free family film. March 26-6 p.m.Essential Oils: Support For Mood/Emotions. Free Information, to register call 740658-3855 March 28-2pm-Club Read - Everyone is invited to stop in and find Freeport Frog and get a prize, also to answer the question each week and get a prize. Going on is a book sale. Lakeland baseball association will have baseball sign ups March 17 from 1 a.m. to 4 p.m. SMITHFIELD BY Esther McCoy The Jefferson County Veterans Association is making plans to honor the 100-year anniversary of the American Legion that began in 1919. A discussion on this was held at the Friendship Park office at the March 6 meeting. Commander Frank Santa presided. Another project they are undertaking is to look into getting the Medal of Honor for Cpl. Fred B. McGee Sr. who did not receive it when he was wounded in a battle in Korea but continued to fight and help take out the wounded and deceased, being wounded himself. He has received other medals during his two years in the U.S. Army but this one was promised  but overlooked with time.  Jefferson County Veteran of the Year nominations are taking

Saturday, March 16, 2019 place and must be posted by July 26. The Vets of the Year ceremonies will be held Sept. 28. Tom McCain commander of the Piney Fork Legion #735 and member of the Jefferson County Veterans Association was the recipient in 2018.  In reading the Ohio Legion News, I noticed that John Atkins of the Hopedale Post 682 had died, also Edward McAfee.  The Brilliant Lions Club is preparing for another dinner after their successful Valentines-Ladies Night event. This will be a fund raiser, with a pulled pork dinner, consisting  of a sandwich and large pickle slice, baked beans, cole slaw, some fabulous desserts and a beverage for $10. There is no children size meal. They are all the same price. It will be held at the Brilliant Fire Department Station on April 28 from noon to 2 p.m.  So many people are coming down with the flu bug lately. I saw an article on how combat what ails you with old fashioned cures. Here is one that might be a bit messy but if I were aching bad enough, I would try it. For aches from the flu, mix a tablespoon horseradish in 1 cup olive oil and let sit for 30 minutes. Then apply as a massage oil. Another was mixing 1/4 cup vinegar and 1/4 cup honey and taking a tablespoonful six times a day for a sore throat. The vinegar kills the bacteria.  Something else that might make the flu aches go away for a time is a big hug, keeping your face turned from the stricken patient, of course. It is fatfree, sugar free and requires no batteries. It also relieves pains and depression. So here is a big hug from me to you.  Hope you survived turning the clock up one hour at 2 p.m. on March 10. Did you know that it is called Daylight Saving Time, not savings like I had been saying for years? A newscaster pointed this out the day before it was to begin. DEERSVILLE By Susan Adams  March 16 at 6 p.m. Saturday will be movie night at the Deersville UM Church. The movie will be "Miracles From Heaven.” There will be refreshments. Come out and enjoy this relaxed evening. This is free and open to the public.  The Deersville General Store is open for business. Check them out on Facebook or call 740-827-4203 for daily food specials. There are table and chairs inside so one can sit down and enjoy something to eat. Homemade ice cream is available in the winter too.    A new session of "Grief Share" classes started on March 7 at 6 p.m. and continues for a 13 week period. Classes are held at the Deersville UM Church in the Fellowship Hall. Grief Share is a support group for people grieving the death of someone close. This is open to anyone within driving distance to come and participate. For more information contact Joy Miles 740-658-3633.  Thank you to the New Rumley UM Church for the delicious free lunch on March 12th. The first persons to welcome myself and Kelley Michelli was Ina Marks, the Correspondent for Scio in the Harrison News Herald. It was a great time meeting some new folks and reconnecting with old friends. It was a nice sunny day and a perfect opportunity to show Kelley some of the beautiful Harrison County area along SR 646 and back Route 9 to Jewett.  Kay Cochenour, Lay Servant delivered the message Sunday at the Deersville UM Church. She did a wonderful job. The choir special was great and Penelope Clark did a great job with the children's message. Joy Miles, Lay Servant delivered the message Sunday at the Pleasant Valley UM Church. Thank you to all these faithful servants for sharing your faith and talents.  March 11th at 11AM the Woody Paul Blanket Mission met at the Deersville UM Church and 12 ladies making 14 blankets that will be given away to those in need of comfort. The covered dish lunch

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was so good and such a variety of food. They will get together again on Monday, April 8 at 11 a.m. March 18th and March 21st Thursday will be open auditions for Disney's Aladdin Jr. at 6PM (for the Deersville Community Players and Theatre) at the Fellowship Hall of the Deersville UM Church. All ages and talent levels welcome!! Those interested in principle roles should come prepared with a song of your choice. Practices will be held Mon, Tues and Thurs evenings through April and May. Performances are June 13-16.  April 4, 7 p.m. the Deersville Village Council will hold their monthly meeting at the Deersville Community Hall. The meetings have been changed from the fourth Thursday to the first Thursday of each month. The Council is in need of some additional council members. To qualify one must live in the village and be a resident for one year.  April 8 at 11 a.m. the WoodyPaul Blanket Mission will meet at the Deersville UM Church. A covered dish lunch will follow. Anyone who can tie a knot is welcome to come. All the blankets are given away.  April 11, at 7 p.m. will be the regular meeting of the Deersville Community Garden Club with hostesses Carol Henry and Marilyn McMillen. The program will be "Companion Gardening" presented by Rebecca Gladman and Carol Henry. The group will hold a plant sale with the proceeds going into the Scholarship Fund.  April 11th, at 6:30PM will be the next meeting of the Muskingum Lakes Chapter of the Buckeye Trail Association at the Deersville General Store. Signup sheets for the ODOT safety training for the Adopt a Highway will be available.  April 27, from 4-5 p.m. will be the Trail Town Dedication for Deersville by the Muskingum Lakes Chapter of the Buckeye Trail Association at the Deersville General Store. This is the 60th Anniversary of the BTA and it is wonderful that Deersville can be part of the celebration. More information later. The new ice cream flavor will be debuted. The Harrison County Farm Bureau is offering a $1,000 scholarship as an aid to the young people of Harrison County in continuing their education. The applicant or applicant's parent(s) or guardian must be a member of the Harrison County Farm Bureau for two consecutive previous calendar years and a Harrison County resident. They may call the Farm Bureau office to check their eligibility. All applications must be received by April 15, 2019. Jefferson and Harrison County Farm Bureau, 587 Bantam Ridge Rd, Suite B, Wintersville OH 43953  740-266-6603 or toll free 844-942-3276. Office hours Tues, Thurs and Fri 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Another good reason to be a member of the HC Farm Bureau. I am a non-farming member and would encourage others to join. Check them out on their web sight and on Facebook to learn about all the benefits of being a member and all the programs that they have to offer. If anyone has any items, please give me a call at 740-942-3137.  HOPEDALE By Keele Ross Welcome Spring! Notice: Effective March 16, the Harrison News Herald will have a new price of $1.25. There will be a Pancake Breakfast at the Methodist Church on March 23. This will be from 8 to 11 a.m. Carry out is available. By donation. The Adena Lions Club will be presenting “Working Lion to 5” on March 29 and 30. This will be held at the Buckeye West Elementary School in Adena each night at 7:30 p.m. This years theme is a salute to working men and women featuring your friends and neighbors preforming hit songs, about the various jobs it take to keep our great country moving. St. Patrick’s Day is March 17. The significance of St. Patrick’s Day is: feast day of St. Patrick, commemoration of the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. Some celebrations are: a Hending parade, wearing shamrocks, wearing green, drinking Irish beer and fresh whiskey. Spring officially beings on March 20 at 5:58 p.m. Eastern time. This is sometimes known as the Vernal Equinox. Hope everyone remembered to turn their clocks ahead one hour! Happy birthday thoughts to: Jennifer Dulkoski, Bonnie Lacross, Karen Roberts, Mark Case, Racquel Ritchie, Tim Kuryn and a big shout out to my sister Melanie Reynolds celebrating a milestone birthday of 70 years old on March 17! Also to any others I forgot or don’t know about! Enjoy. Get well wishes to Linda Moore, Jimmie Poillucci, Joe Case, Jennie Folio, Linda Maffitt, and Dorothy Meerdo. A speedy recovery to all of you. Sympathy to the family of Lanny

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Obituaries

Eric Todd Watt Eric Todd Watt, age 49, of Jewett passed away Saturday, March 9, 2019 at his home. Born Feb.26,1970 in Dennison he was a son of Terry Watt and Gloria Busby Watt of Jewett. He graduated from Jewett-Scio High School in 1988 and Belmont College in St Clairsville in 2011 with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing. Eric formerly owned and operated Jewett Hardware and Good Times Bar and Grill in Jewett. He was an avid outdoorsman and had also been a field tester for Cabella’s. Eric and his wife Katina currently own Watts Wares in Hopedale. He was a member of Harrison Lodge 219 F&AM in Cadiz, Sons of the Scio American

Legion Post 482, Jewett Sportsman’s Club and Harrison County Chamber of Commerce. Eric loved life and lived it to the fullest even when his health made it difficult. He and Katina held numerous benefits to help raise money and awareness for Muscular Dystrophy. He wanted to help find a cure so others would not have to suffer. Surviving are his soul mate, partner and best friend Katina Fleagane Watt whom he married August 11,1990; sons Ian (Leanna) Watt of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Fletcher (Areianna Castro) Watt of Orlando, Fla.; a sister Angela (Michael) Dulkoski of Jewett; a brother Terry Dean Watt of Germano; a nephew Brendan Dulkoski and nieces Megan and Olivia Dulkoski of Jewett and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Services were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Koch Funeral Home, Scio with Rev Mark Statler officiating. Burial followed in Fairview Cemetery, Jewett. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, www.mda.org, or Pulling for a Cure, 34540 Jones Rd., Freeport, Ohio 43973.

Linda Kimmel Bake Linda Kimmel Bake completed her earthly journey with Jesus on Monday, March 11, 2019. She was born July 16, 1946 in Steubenville, to the late Earle L. and Virbel Russell Kimmel. She is survived by her husband, Abraham L. Bake, whom she married on July 17, 1967. Also surviving are their children Alan (Stephanie) Bake of St. Pauls, NC, Scott Bake of Cleveland, Danean (Tommy) Colombo of New Philadelphia and Steven Bake of Jewett; five grandchildren John (Meagan) Bake, Brian (Karen) Bake, Brianna (Andres) Morales, Sean Bake and Lisa Bake, along with four great grandchildren, Kyle, Zach, Ellie and Luke. Surviving siblings include Donna Abel of Cottonwood, AL, Ed Kimmel and Pam of Albion, IN and Ruth (Don) Blackburn of Jewett and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a granddaughter Kaci Bake. Linda was a florist, having

owned the Flower Chalet, in Scio and also a teaching assistant in economics for ten years at Lorain County Community College. A life member of the ST. James Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jewett, Linda served on church council, taught adult Sunday School Class, led weekly Bible Study and worked with Helping Hands. She also volunteered at Wellspring Pregnancy Center in Cadiz for ten years. A celebration of Linda’s life will be held at St James Lutheran Church in Jewett on Saturday March 16, at 11 a.m .with Pastor Bill Surber officiating. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery, Jewett. Friends may call Friday from 5-8 p.m. at Koch Funeral Home, Scio. Memorial contributions may be made to St James Lutheran Church, PO Box 245, Jewett, Ohio 43986. The family sincerely thanks Community Hospice and Linda’s faith family for their support during her illness.

Lanny Michael "L.W." Walker Lanny Michael "L.W." Walker, 72, of Cadiz, Ohio, died Sunday, March 10, 2019 at Wheeling Hospital. He was born May 30, 1946 in Steubenville, Ohio, a son of the late Orville and Irene Roth Walker. L.W. was an employee of Consolidation Coal Company, working at Rose Valley Mine and in the Silver Spade pit. He was a lifetime member of the HopedaleSportsmen's Club; was an avid Bass fisherman and a Morel Mushroom hunter. He was a woodworker and built three houses. He enjoyed growing flowers, especially Irises. He was a baptized

Christian at the Hopedale Church of Christ. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three brothers, Chuck, Lorne, and Rick Walker. Surviving are three children, Lanna (Tom) Thompson of Hopedale, Robert Todd (Kris) Walker of Hopedale, and Audra (Pete Porter) Sall of Cadiz; five grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; and three brothers, Jim (Carolyn) Walker of New York, Alan Walker of Cadiz, and Bill Walker of Akron. Services were held Thursday at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home in Cadiz, Ohio with Dean Blythe officiating. Online condolences may be made at www.clarkkirkland.com.

Dená “Jane” Gilchrist Dená “Jane” Gilchrist, 54, of Stonewood, W.Va., passed away after a brief illness on Friday, March 8, 2019 at her daughter’s house surrounded by loving family and under the compassionate care of WV Hospice. She was a local fiber artist and weaver and the owner of Loomyladi Handwoven Studio in Stonewood. She was born in Barberton, Ohio on March 5, 1965 the daughter of Joy Gregoire DeFazio of Stonewood and the late Charles H. Gilchrist. She spent many happy childhood years on the family farm in New Hagerstown, Ohio, where she attended Conotton Valley public schools before her family moved to Stark County where she graduated from Perry High School. Jane treasured her time spent with her mother, Joy DeFazio and step father, John, of Stonewood; two children: Jeaneth Boyer Maxwell and husband, Steven, and Stephen “Charlie” Boyer both of Weston; two step children who she raised as her own: Dorsel Boyer, Barbara Larrison and their families; two grandchildren: Nicholas and Robert Maxwell; four siblings: Jene Gilchrist and wife, Wendy, of Ladson, Sc., Joe Gilchrist of Goose

Creek, Sc., Mark Gilchrist of Columbus, Ohio, and Mike Gilchrist of Mansfield, Ohio; and one step sister, Cynthia DeFazio. In addition to her father, Jane was preceded in death by three grandparents: Samuel V. and Esther Gilchrist, and Vivian Winemiller Rollins. A graduate of Fairmont State University with a B.S. degree in Folk Life Studies and a master's degree in education, she was also a licensed auctioneer and a storyteller who focused on West Virginia folklife. Jane enjoyed teaching and sharing her spinning and weaving skills at various festivals in West Virginia and other locales. She liked to travel and was often accompanied by her business partner Bruce Bannerman of Culloden, W.Va. and, on occasion, by her mentor and friend, Julia E. Bragg of Weston. Among her special memories were her trips to Barbados and Eastern Europe. Jane was recently featured on WV Public Radio for her life’s accomplishments. The article can be found at http://www.wvpublic.org/post/maki ng-living-traditional-weaverappalachia#stream/0. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Frank & Jane Gabor West Virginia Folklife Center. Donations should be mailed to: 1201 Locust Avenue, Fairmont, WV 26554. Jane’s request for cremation has been honored and a Celebration of Life Service in Jane’s honor will be held at the Mountain State Building-Jackson’s Mill from 2-6 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, 2019 with Reverend Bob King presiding. The Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service located at 144 Hackers Creek Rd. in Jane Lew is honored and privileged to serve the family of Dená “Jane” Gilchrist. Online condolences may be expressed at www.PatBoyleFuneralHome.com.

A balloon gondola lands in Harrison County

October 23, 1934 Jean and Jeanette Piccard a pioneering stratosphere exploring couple, their balloon and gondola brought worldwide publicity when it landed on a wooded site on the John Fulton farm four miles south-west of Cadiz off route 22. The Piccards lifted off from an airport in Dearborn, Mich., on a flight to gather scientific data to be recorded by various instruments in the gondola. As the balloon swept in over Cadiz the Piccards made voice contact with Glen Cope, who grabbed the trailing drag rope and attached it

to a tractor. The balloon had been sighted by many and soon a crowd gathered at the site. The Piccards were taken to the Custer Hotel in Cadiz and the gondola was trucked to Longs Garage where it was guarded by the sheriff's deputies all night. The next day, in a generous gesture, the Piccards spoke and answered questions for an hour at an assembly for the 840 students in the Cadiz Schools. In the picture, the Piccards posed for photographers before their home in the sky was taken to the truck for the journey back to Dearborn. Info from "A Look at the Past" News-Herald, Oct 21, 1976.

PUBLIC RECORD COUNTY COURT CIVIL Mar. 7 (satisfied date), Second Round Sub LLC, C/O Levy & Associates LLC, 4645 Executive Drive, Columbus, plaintiff-vsGene Banks, 605 E. Market Street, Cadiz, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $1,799.25. Mar. 7 (satisfied date), Crown Asset Management LLC, C/O Levy & Associates, 4645 Executive Drive, Columbus, plaintiff-vs-Penelope Banks, 605 E. Market Street, Cadiz, Mar. 6 (judgment date), Wesbanco Bank Inc., One Bank Plaza, Wheeling, Wv., plaintiff-vsRichard L. Doty, 44199 Groves Road, New Athens, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $9,046.49. $1,410.96. Mar. 6 (judgment date), Wesbanco Bank Inc., One Bank Plaza, Wheeling, Wv., plaintiffvs-Richard L. Doty, 44199 Groves Road, New Athens, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $9,046.49. Mar. 5 (judgment date), Midland Funding LLC, Midland Funding De LLC, 2365 Northside Drive, Ste 300, San Diego, Ca., plaintiff-vs-Beau Bugala AKA Beau Bugala, 106 Norris Street, St. Clairsville, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $1,257.27. Mar. 5 (judgment date), Holly Stiles, 7290 Akins Road, North Royalton, plaintiff-vs-Ashley Oneill, Aka Ashley Stein, 1505 Denny Road SE, Port Washington, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $1,876. Mar. 5 (judgment date), James Coffelt, 77500 Jamison Road, Cadiz, plaintiff-vs-Bob McConnell, Cast And Blast Lodge; Bob McConnell, Cast And Blast Lodge, P.O. Box 494, Slippery Rock, Pa., defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $7,454.99. Mar. 5 (judgment date), Bank of America N.A., C/O Levy & Associates LLC, 4645 Executive Drive, Columbus, plaintiff-vsKeturah K. Krankovich, 85152 Bakers Ridge Road, Jewett, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $13,153.72. Mar. 5 (judgment date), Robert W. Baker, 1608 Cadiz Road, Wintersville, plaintiff-vs-Troy Starr and unknown spouse of Troy Starr, 615 East Street, Hopedale, defendants. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $7,655. Mar. 5 (judgment date), Robert Wood, 6456 Quince Road SE, Amsterdam, plaintiff-vs-Craig E. Barrett II, 315 Euclid Ave., Jewett, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $8,889. Mar. 5 (judgment date), Michael A. Cooley Jr., 1216 SR 646, Richmond, plaintiff-vs-

Charline Crawley, P.O. Box 323, Jewett and Patrick Slack, P.O. Box 323, defendants. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $7,537.15. Mar. 4 (judgment date), Portfolio Recovery Assoc. LLC, 120 Corporate Boulevard, Norfolk, Va., plaintiff-vs-Madi Price, 1024 E. Market Street, Cadiz, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $3,896.85. TRAFFIC Mar. 4, Orzey B. Evans, 23 Lawn Ave., Uniontown, Pa., driving under suspension, $400 fine plus costs with $200 suspended, 20 days jail with 20 suspended. Mar. 4, William Crago, 2227 Old Forge Road, Kent, over height/width, $100 fine plus costs. Mar. 4, Carl J. Life, 14879 Crooked Tree, Beverly, overheight/width, $100 fine plus costs. Mar. 4, Michael E. Craig, 602 Masonic Park Road, Marietta, over height/width, $100 fine plus costs. Mar. 4, Jeffrey J. McGill, 215 Cunningham Ave., Cadiz, ACDA, $100 fine plus costs. Mar. 4, William S. Vandall, 309 Montgomery Street, Marietta, over height/width, $100 fine plus costs. Mar. 4, David S. Raynor, 312 Lotti Drive, Hopedale, stop sign, $75 fine plus costs. Mar. 5, Casey L. Bishop, 311 Harrison Ave., Cadiz, tail/license lights, $25 fine plus costs. Mar. 5, Kimberly D. Satterfield, 102 Custer Way, Scio, fail stop accdt and improper start/back, $450 fine plus costs with $200 suspended, 30 days jail with 30 suspended, six months probation, pay restitution of $500 to victim by 6-5-19, 90 days to pay. Mar. 5, Roy J. Barnett, 8690 Lucasberg Road, Byesville, no operator license and no running lights, $200 fine plus costs, 30 days to pay. Mar. 5, Lee A. Grimm, P.O. Box 494 St. Clairsville, stop sign, $75 fine plus costs. Mar. 5, Joshua M. Davis, 5149 Steubenville Road SE, Amsterdam, fail to control, $75 fine plus costs. Mar. 6, Lester R. Banks, 205 S. Muskingum Street, Cadiz, no operator license (2) and registration violation, $350 fine plus costs, 90 days to pay. Mar. 6, August A. Garbark, 45143 Quinns Way, St. Clairsville, head lights, $150 fine plus costs. Mar. 7, Billie J. Keyser, 313 Deersville Ave., Cadiz, driving under suspension, $500 fine plus costs with $250 suspended, 12 months unsupervised probation, 40 hours community service suspended, 90 days to pay.

Mar. 7, Mark G. Stash, P.O. Box 105 Waltersburg, Pa., unsecure load, $100 fine plus costs. Mar. 7, Dylan Wade, 46534 Upper Clearfork Road, Cadiz, stop sign, $75 fine plus costs. Mar. 8, Jeffrey W. Wiggins, 2949 Mahoning Road NE, Apt. 1, Canton, willful/wnt oper. $100 fine plus costs. CRIMINAL Mar. 4, Zina B. Stull, 697 County Club Road, Lot 11, Cadiz, Theft, $500 fine plus costs with $300 suspended, 30 days jail with 30 suspended, six months probation, defendant shall pay $48.14 restitution to victim by 6-4-19, no contact with victim, 90 days to pay. Mar. 6, Linda A. Beach, 126 N. Main Street, Apt. 3, Cadiz, criminal trespass, $250 fine plus costs, 30 days jail with 30 suspended, six months probation, no contact with victim or any of their properties, 90 days to pay. Mar. 6, Talis C. Smalley, 90960 Conotton Road, Bowerston, dogs at large, $50 fine plus costs, 60 day to pay. Mar. 6, Rhonda J. Biechler, 31350 Tunnel Hill Road, Bowerston, dogs at large, $25 fine plus costs, defendant shall pay $991.59 restitution to victim by 6-6-19, 90 days to pay. Mar. 7, Leta J. Jarvis, 302 W. Main Street, Scio, disorderly conduct, $100 fine plus costs, 90 days to pay. Mar. 7, Zachariah J. Scott, 323 W. Main Street, Scio, criminal damaging/endangerment, $500 fine plus costs with $400 suspended, 30 days jail with 30 suspended, six months probation, defendant shall pay $250 to victim by 6-7-19, complete 20 hours community service, shall have no contact with victim, 90 days to pay. Mar. 7, John D. Gerber, 3881 County Road 135, Millersburg, hunting without permission, $200 fine plus costs, 10 days jail with 10 suspended, defendant shall complete a hunter education course within one year. Mar. 7, Levi S. Troyer, 2265 County Road 70, Sugarcreek, hunting without permission, $200 fine plus costs, 10 days jail with 10 suspended, defendant shall complete a hunter education course within one year. Mar. 7, Andrew M. Yoder, 4293 Township Road 372, Millersburg, hunting without permission, $200 fine plus costs, 10 days jail with 10 suspended, defendant shall complete a hunter education course within one year. There were 27 speeding and eight seat belt violations. CLERK OF COURT

DOMESTIC Mar. 4 (file date), Seth McNutt, 91075 Eckley Road, New Rumley, plaintiff-vs-Lisa McNutt, 49828 Annapolis Road, Bloomingdale, defendant. Action: Termination without children. RECORDER MARCH 4-8, 2019 Walter C. Kimble, Dec’d, Helen C. Kimble, Dec’d to, Gary L. Kimble, Cadiz Village. Melvin Lee Schaney, Dec’d to, Nellie Schaney, Green Township, Archer Township, Stock Township. Lawrence O. Dimmick Jr., et al by Sheriff Ronald J. Myers to, Bernard Matusik, Shortcreek Township. Erin E. Allen, Dec’d to, Kevin L. Allen, Jewett Village. Estate of Charles E. Heronimus to, Jason Alan Bosler, et ux, Franklin Township. TNH Stores LLC to, Rockside Carryout LLC, Washington Township. Nancy A. Litman-Pulka, et al to, Village of Cadiz Community Improvement Corporation, Cadiz Village. John F. Leatherman, et ux to, 302 Warren Holdings LLC, Cadiz Village. PROBATE MARRIAGE APPLICATION REPORT March 4 through March 8, 2019 Bryan Joseph Halter, 27, of 444, Lower Lincoln Ave., Cadiz and Amber Leann Cline, 23, also of 444, Lower Lincoln Ave., Cadiz. Charles Anthony Moon Jr., 28, of 155 S. Muskingum Street, Cadiz and Brooke Elizabeth Beal, 25, also of 155 S. Muskingum Street, Cadiz.

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HC Cheerleaders place second in state competition By ED BANKS

NH Sports Writer

COLUMBUS - On Sunday, March 10, the Harrison Central High School Competition Squad competed at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio, during the 2019 State Cheering Competition. It would be a very successful outing for the squad as their award for their efforts was the Division IV State Runner-Up. The placement in the competition would be the first time in school history. Making the second place finish was made even more sweeter as the Division IV competition was 18 teams deep. Sunday’s competition was their eighth and final competition of the season. “To be eligible for the state competition each team must qualify at a regional event,” said Huskies coach Sunnie Ruble. “At the regional level each squad performs their routine, and if the judges don’t agree with the thought of you moving into state competition, then you simply don’t go. There are no scores, only critiques and a letter grade. If your letter grade isn’t high enough then regionals can quickly turn into the end of the road for some. The Huskies

have qualified to move into the state competition every year since 2010. Anytime we travel to Columbus we always shoot for top 5. When you’re against 15-plus teams you just never know what you’re going to get. We go into it knowing we are against teams with twice as many athletes, skill, and experience. Last year we placed seventh in the state, and this year we knew we wanted more. We had a really great week going into the competition. We practiced every day of the week except for days we cheered on our boys basketball team. Our performance was really strong Sunday morning, but with seven girls going up against teams that have 15 as a coach it’s hard to envision yourself that high on the podium,” Ruble added. The Huskies were brought home on fire trucks, where friends and family gathered in the square to welcome them back. “It still feels like a dream, and I’d have to say this is definitely my favorite ‘first time in Harrison Central history moment’. I’ve worked with a lot of teams in the past, and I’ve never worked with one that had this much drive. I’m thankful everyday that’s a quality we have here at HC. Some things you can’t coach, and work ethic

On Sunday, March 10 the Harrison Central High School Competition Squad competed at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio, during the 2019 State Cheering Competition where the squad scored a second place finish. Pictured are the members of the competition squad as they hoist their trophy. They are: Sara Bethel, Kenna Mizer, Abbi Jozwiak, Lainy Sedgmer, Kelsi Johnson, Alex Barcroft and Abrielle Soos.

is a big one,” Ruble added. The Huskies competed eight times during the 2018-2019 school year, bringing home

three first place trophies, three runners-up (one of which was the 4A OVAC title) and one fifth place finish at The Ohio

State University in January. Members of the squad that competed on Sunday were Sara Bethel, Kenna Mizer,

Abbi Jozwiak, Lainy Sedgmer, Kelsi Johnson, Alex Barcroft and Abrielle Soos.

HC bowlers dominate in All-TL Bowling; Parkinson earns Coach of the Year honors By ED BANKS

NH Sports Writer

CADIZ - No less than four Harrison Central bowlers were honored recently during the installment of the 2019 All Times Leader Bowling Team. The Huskies were on target with their performance from the time the season opened,

and continued with a storyworthy season through the 22 - 1 regular season record for the boys team. While not giving any ground, the boys bowled their way to Harrison Central’s first state appearance. In addition to the team honors, Bobbi Parkinson, head bowling coach at Harrison, received ‘Coach of the Year’ honors as the guiding force

behind the team’s achievement. Parkinson was assisted by her daughter, Katie Norris. Norris has been by her mother’s side since the conception of the bowling program at Harrison Central. Parkinson was quoted in saying, “First of all I could not have received this honor without my assistant coach, Katie Norris or my kids. I am

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very humbled by this recognition. This (coaching) is something I like to do”, she added. Team members from Harrison listed as members of the All-T L Bowling Team are (boys team) Trevor Thompson, Jacob Hudson, Zach Keyser and (girls team) Riley Eberhart. Thompson, a sophomore, earned second

Team All-Ohio with his State finish of ninth place with a 679. He was a District Champion where he bowled a 698. Hudson, rolled a 638 in the state bid and also served as team captain for the Huskies. He was fourth in Columbus with a 660. Keyser, was a first-year bowler for Parkinson and the Huskies. He finished fourth in the

sectionals with a 620 to help the Huskies claim the title. He bowled along with four other Huskies to score the ‘300’ baker contest during the season. On the girls side of the game, Eberhart was the District representative with a 572 coming out of Sectional play. She was the Buckeye 8 runnerup with a 492.

Husky fifth, sixth grade basketball are champions By ED BANKS

NH Sports Writer

BRILLANT - Being good at something adds pride to your work, and keeps you coming back for more satisfaction. The Harrison Central’s fifth and sixth grade boys basketball team recently entered and won a basketball tournament at the old Buckeye Local High School gymnasium. Hungering for the thrill of another victory, the team was once again back on State Route 7 to take place in what was this time, a Youth Shootout in Rayland. Following Friday’s pairings, the

final two days of the tournament would feature some talented teams, and was scheduled to last over both Saturday and Sunday. On Friday, the Huskies defeated Bellaire 28 - 15 and Buckeye Local 31 - 6. The wins placed the team in the second seed for the opening day’s play. On Sunday, the Harrison County based Huskies drew a rematch with Bellaire, this time defeating them in a close game 18 -16 final. They then moved into the championship game against the number 1 seed Brooke Bruins. However, like a moth to a flame, the Bruins fell

by a 23 - 10 final count, giving the Huskies the championship. As always, success comes with a price, and the players, coaches and parents of the Huskies would like to thank the Jewett Wildcat Community Center and Jewett Mayor Dwight Busby for sponsoring the Huskies in the tournament. “In addition to thanking Mayor Busby, we the parents and the players would also like to thank our coaches and Allison Anderson for their dedication with the boys this season, while setting the stage for the future of Harrison Central Basketball.

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The Harrison Central fifth and sixth grade boys basketball team took last weekend and turned their skills at the game into another championship. Pictured are the team members, coaches and managers. They are, front row left to right: Mikayla Pelegreen, Jacob Quito, Kayden Dunkle, Kayne Dunkle, Brady Elliott, Turner Snyder, Anthony Pelegreen and Mason Quito. Back: Coach Dan Milleson, Tucker Snyder, Kerry Anderson, Brice Tanner, Reed Arbaugh, Mykel Quito and Trevor McCue.

Youth basketball headed toward tournaments By ED BANKS

NH Sports Writer

JEWETT - As the final week or regular season winds down, the Biddy Basketball League at the Jewett Wildcat Community Center will end regular play this week, as well as enter tournament play. But first, here are last week’s regular season play results. On Thursday night the Wildcats had 34 rebounds to defeat the Royals. On Saturday another good rebounding performance gave the Wildcats back to back

wins. Also, on Friday, the Lakers rebounded from a loss to collect a win, while repeated with both offense and defense to emerge as winners. Friday the Tar Heels found themselves on the losing end for the first time, and carried the same fate into Saturday’s game against the Lakers. The Bandits showed improvement in both of their contests on Friday and Saturday. The Royals jumped back in the win column on Thursday night and failed to improve for Saturday’s game. For the Warriors, Friday brought a win,

but slipped on Saturday. Raiders defeated the Warriors on Friday, but lost on Saturday. While the Busby’s drew a bye, the Spartans, Knights and the Vikings were silent with their results. The Players of the Week were Anthony Pelegreen and Lyla Dalton. Pelegreen scored 22 points in Saturday’s win. Dalton had 12 points and was a standout on defense. Honorable mention for the week went to Ocean Rogers and Austin Dulkoski. Rodgers scored 6 points and Dulkoski had 5 points and 20 rebounds.


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Saturday, March 16, 2019

Board of Education considers auction for old school buildings By JD LONG

jim@harrisonnewsherald.com

CADIZ – With several buildings soon to be vacated by the move to the new Harrison Central school building this August, the Harrison Hills Board of Education (HHBOE) were being educated on some auction protocols by Billy Birney and Joe Gliatta of KIKO Auctions. Treasurer Roxane Harding stated that KIKO was not there to sell themselves as much as they were known to the school board therefore invited to explain certain choices, such as

an online auction versus an onsite auction. Some of the options Birney informed them about was, for example, having the auction on screen at one site and viewing multiple locations as opposed to moving the auctioneers to each site. Harding said they could also choose to have a combination of an online and on-site auction. Harding stated this week that according to Ohio Revised Code (ORC) that the school board has the choice of placing the Scio, Hopedale and Cadiz buildings up for auction or offering them for sale to a

political subdivision. Both the villages of Scio and Hopedale have expressed interest in one part of their buildings but no decision has been made by the school board on which direction they will go. “It’s getting close to crunch time,” Harding said explaining that the board would like to have the decision and everything in place by June or July at the latest. She said once the bids are in and approved it would probably take an auction company approximately five to six weeks to prepare for the sale.

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Harrison Career Center announces February Students of the Month The Harrison Career Center has announced its February Students of the Month. Pictured individually (right) is Freshman Connections student Cole Dulkoski. The group photo includes (left to right) Sophomore Occupational Lab student

Zoe Schupp, Junior Ag/Industrial Mechanic student P.J. Kellar, and Senior Welding student Jacob Arnold. Wendy’s, McDonalds, and J.D. Lanes in Cadiz sponsor the student of the month program.

Joyce Barr named to Dean’s List at Capital University for fall 2018 The new Harrison Hills school is coming along and scheduled to open for the 2019-2020 school year but that leaves at least three buildings the HHBOE needs to decide on. Last Thursday they heard from KIKO Auctions regarding what they need to do and expect if they put their Scio, Hopedale and Cadiz buildings up for auction.

BEXLEY, OHIO — Joyce Barr, of Cadiz, OH was named to the Dean’s List at Capital University for the fall 2018 semester. In order to be named to the Dean’s List, full-time, degreeseeking students must have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.5. Located in the Columbus,

Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley, Capital University is a private, four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school. Capital prepares students for meaningful lives and purposeful careers through a relevant liberal arts core curriculum and deep professional programs. Influenced by its Lutheran heritage, Capital places great

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The Preschool PTO of HC Board of Developmental Disabilities "Pays It Forward"

Students ‘sign in’ at the new school gymnasium Director of Operations Brent Ripley had all the kids sign the gym floor at the new school site before the wood is laid down. School busses full of students were ushered back and forth last Friday as they went at it for most of the morning. Some carpet has already set in some of the rooms and logos have already made their presence inside the gym as well.

Raise The Roof supports school pavilion project BERGHOLZ-John Gregg Elementary is nearing the halfway mark in its fundraising effort to build a new pavilion on the grounds for students. School Principal Tammy Burchfield said the “Raise the Roof for John Gregg Elementary” benefit hosted by Richmond United Methodist Church on March 2 garnered about $6,000 towards the project. Musical acts from the church praise team to John Gregg students and local bluegrass band Awesome Possum provided tunes for the night. Burchfield added that donations were still coming in from individuals to organizations such as the Amsterdam Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 232 Auxiliary and plans are to erect an estimated 1,100-square-foot pavilion behind the school to hold about 50-70 students. It would be used as a multi-purpose site for pupils to either lunch outside or

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conduct an outdoor classroom. She was seeking cost estimates and hoped to have the structure built either this spring or next fall depending on available funds. “It will be approximately $14,000 for the structure and another $2,000 for picnic tables, or a total of $16,000,” she said. “We’re still in need of $10,000 and will be applying for a [Charles M. and Thelma M.] Pugliese Foundation grant.” The pavilion is just one part of the upgrades eyed for the site as the school also undertakes a new playground project. Fundraisers have helped finance about $5,300 worth of equipment to help the school’s 400 pupils get active. However, there are still issues with wet ground conditions that officials are looking to rectify. Burchfield said students have held recess in other areas of the campus because muddy conditions have made it difficult for them to

access the rear of the grounds. Nothing was set at the current time, but possible ideas include adding rubber mulch or some other material to absorb the moisture and make the surface more pliable. “The rain and snow takes weeks to dry up and we’re in the process of getting a new playground,” Burchfield noted. “My hope is to get an area that’s sufficient enough for them to go and I think it’s important to get them outside.” Still, she is optimistic about getting the pavilion plan completed for the children. Donations are being accepted for that project and checks may be written to the Edison Local School District, in care of the Raise the Roof Project, and sent to John Gregg Elementary at 212 County Road 75 A, Bergholz, Ohio, 43908. For more information, contact the school at (740) 768-2100.

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businesses are invited to provide exhibits and speak to students about admission and career opportunities. So far, groups such as FedEx, McDonald’s, ManCan Staffing are confirmed to attend. FCCLA advisor Julie Robinson said a previous event in November proved to be successful with 19 vendors on hand. Rich Gualtiere, assistant director of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program at the JCCAC, which was among the organizations involved, asked to join forces for the current fair.

“We did this last fall and [Gualtiere] said we should do one together. It’s open to Indian Creek students and their families and it’s for college and their future,” she continued, adding that Principal Louie Retton suggested opening the event up to parents and FCCLA members have been organizing the project. “We get people ready for their future and they need to have an opportunity to take the next step.” For more information, call (740) 264-1163 or email Julie.robinson@iclsd.org.

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The Harrison County Board of Developmental Disabilities Preschool PTO wishes to "Pay It Forward" to the community by way of their annual Community Service project. They wish to thank the entire county who supports them, and what better way than giving this year's donation by their PTO to the Sally Buffalo Playground Project. They said they are excited and honored to be able to contribute to this project, which will benefit the youngsters of not only Harrison County but those “kiddos” that come to enjoy Sally Buffalo Park from outside of our county. The PTO kicked off their final fundraiser with their popcorn sale starting March 5. So "Pop on Out" and support them by purchasing your tasty popcorn treats.

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ONGOINGEVENTS HARRISON COUNTY Board of Elections will hold monthly meetings on the second Monday of each month at 1 p.m. at the meeting room by the office. AL-NON MEETINGS, Freeport Methodist Church, Fridays, 7 p.m. and Thursdays, 8 p.m. Cadiz Presbyterian Church. UNIONPORT MUSEUM open the first and third Sundays monthly from 1-4 p.m. (in the old Unionport School, Wayne Township Community Center), the public is cordially invited to stop in and look around. FRANKLIN MUSEUM members meet the first Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m. at the museum. SCIO FOOD Pantry in the Scio United Methodist Church serves people with a Scio, Jewett, or Bowerston zip code. Food and personal care items will be given out the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 10-12 and 4-6. We are an Equal Opportunity Provider. PINE VALLEY Sportsman’s Club Shoot every Sunday, 9 a.m. at the club. Sign up is 8:30 a.m. Public welcome. HARRISON COUNTY Military Support Group will not be meeting in January and February. The next meeting will be March 19 at 6 p.m. at the Clifford Fire Station in Cadiz. The March meeting will be a planning session for the Easter packing in April.  JEWETT VFD will host a dinner on the second Sunday of the month from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. $10 for adults and $6 for children. TOPS CLUB Meetings at Faith Community Chapel in Leesville. Every Monday are weigh ins at 4:45 p.m. and meetings are at 5:30 p.m. For more info call 740-269-1238 or 740-269-9283. THE HARRISON County Agricultural Society meets the first Monday of each month at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Cadiz at 7 p.m. If the first Monday is a holiday, then they will meet on the second Monday unless otherwise stated. HARRISON COUNTY Veterans Service will hold their meetings the first Monday of the month at 3 p.m. in the Harrison County Veterans Service Office, Courthouse. HARRISON COUNTY Health Department will hold their monthly meetings on the third Wednesday of each month, 4:30 p.m. beginning the month of March at the Coal Room. CADIZ AMERICAN Legion Burger Night every Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. Build your own burger (angus beef chuck burgers). Dine in or carry out. Open to the public. 740-942-3764. Thank you for your support! AMERICAN LEGION Cadiz Post 34, holds its monthly regular meetings on the third Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m. at the post home. All Cadiz Post 34 Legionnaires are urged to attend. GAMBLER’S ANONYMOUS Meetings at the Cadiz Presbyterian Church every Tuesday at 8 p.m. CADIZ FOOD Pantry is open every Tuesday and Friday from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. For families in need, please call (740) 942-4300. SCIO AMERICAN LEGION Wednesday wings from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. every week until further notice. SCIO AMERICAN Legion will hold their monthly meetings the first Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. HOPEDALE LEGION has Burger Night every Monday Starting at 5 p.m. Eat in or carry out. Open to public. 740-937-9995. HOPEDALE LEGION Winging Wednesdays starting at 5 p.m. Eat in or carry out. Open to the public. 740-937-9995. HOPEDALE LEGION RIDERS has a Steak Fry from 5 to 8 p.m. on the second Saturday of the month. Dinner includes steak, potato, salad and bread. Dine in or carry out. 740-937-9995. THE HARRISON County CIC meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month at 4 p.m. at alternating locations - either the Puskarich Public Library large meeting room or the Harrison County Government Center conference room. Location is dependent on meeting room availability. For specifics please call the office at 740942-2027. HARRISON COUNTY Humane Society will meet April 8 in the bottom of Puskarich Library at 5:30 p.m. Looking for new members. Everyone welcome. NEW RUMLEY United Methodist Church is sponsoring two Fellowship Meals each month served in their church Fellowship Hall. A luncheon meal is served on the second Tuesday of each month from Noon-1 p.m. and a dinner meal on the fourth Thursday of each month from 5-6 p.m. There is no cost for any of the Fellowship meals and everyone is welcome. CADIZ AMERICAN Legion Euchre Tournament every Tuesday and Thursday. Sign in starts at 6:30 p.m. Tournament begins at 7:00 p.m. More info call 740-942-3764. GRIEF SUPPORT Group every Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Deersville United Methodist Church (Main Street) starting September 11. Contact Pastor Mike Cunningham at 740-945-3000 or Joy Miles at 740-658-3633. FIRST CHURCH of Christ Soup and Sandwich lunch every second Tuesday of the month. Eat in or carry out. Time is 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Donation accepted. Church is located at 139 N. Main Street, Cadiz.

THISWEEK EVENTS CADIZ EAGLES Steak Fry on March 16 from 5 till 8 p.m. Carry out available. Guest and members. GABLE’S CARE Center will have a St. Patrick’s Day Pancake Breakfast on March 18 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. This is free to the community and you can sign up to win a door prize! Call Pam at the Center at 740-937-2900. HARRISON COUNTY Military Support Group will resume the monthly meetings with their March 19th meeting at 6 p.m. Discussion will be held as pertaining to the Easter packing on April 17. As usual, any persons wanting to help out are welcome. Both the meeting and packing begin at 6 p.m. in the bottom of the fire house. BOWERSTON LIBRARY – Spanish Story Time March 21 and 28 with Ms. Gonzalez, the high school Spanish teacher at Conotton Valley. Children will enjoy a fun afternoon learning about Spain and even some Spanish words. Time is 3:30 p.m. right after school. There will be a snack first, followed by the story and some language learning. Children will then create a fantastic craft!

UPCOMINGEVENTS PANCAKE BREAKFAST on, March 23 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. sponsored by the Scio Dining Fork Ruritan Club held at the Scio Volunteer Fire Dept. Pancakes, French toast, Sausage, juice and coffee. Donation. PASTA DINNER Benefit for Dean Manbeck, who is battling ALS, March 23 at the Hopedale Legion starting at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 each which includes dinner and admission to the auction. A bake sale will be held. Admission for live music is $3 single and $5 couple. Contact Darla Brewer at 740-942-4037 or Danielle Manbeck at 740381-9187 for tickets. SPAGHETTI BENEFIT March 23 from 4 to 7 p.m. for Hunter Sowers at the Cadiz American Legion Post 32. Dinner tickets are $10. There will be a 50/50 raffle – 6 for $5, Chinese Auction and Bake Sale. Hunter was born on December 12, 2018 with a congenital heart defect. All proceeds will go for ongoing medical expenses. For questions or donations call 740-942-3764. SPAGHETTI DINNER March 23 at the Union Post 333 F&AM from 4 to 7 p.m. Price by donation. Located at County Road 39, Unionport. PANCAKE BREAKFAST March 23 from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Hopedale Methodist Church. Donation. Eat in or carry out by calling 740-937-2844. HOPEDALE TOWN & county 4-h club is having a spaghetti dinner at the Cadiz VFD social hall (ems building) on March 24 from 11-2. Cost is donation. HARRISON COUNTY Genealogical Society will be having a regular meeting on March 25 at 1PM at the Puskarich Public Library in the large conference room downstairs. After a brief meeting the program will be "Cooks Corner". Attendees are encouraged to bring a recipe and a story about the recipe. And if they would like, bring a sample of the recipe for everyone to enjoy during refreshments. One does not have to be a member to attend.  LENTEN CHOIR Festival March 27 at 7 p.m. at the Scott Memorial United Methodist Church, 817 E. Market St., Cadiz. Please call 740-942-2825 for more info. PRIZE BINGO April 7 at the New Athens Fire Hall. Doors open at Noon. Cost is $20, lunch included. FLUSHING GARDEN Club Workshop - "MAKING A PORCH PLANTER" at the Flushing Fire Hall on April 15 at 6:30 p.m. FRED HOLUB of HOLUB'S GREENHOUSE will be the speaker. The workshop fee will be $35. Reservations need to be called into Barb Cencula at 740-968-4395 by March 25. Checks will need to be made

Please submit items by noon Tuesday to: 144 South Main Street, Cadiz, OH 43907 or fax to (740) 942-4667. Items may also be sent by e-mail to: newsroom@harrisonnewsherald.com We reserve the right to edit for space.

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Hope Players to hold meeting regarding future venue The Hope Players will hold an open meeting on Tuesday, March 26, at 7 p.m., at Hopedale United Methodist Church, located at 237 Church Street in Hopedale, according to executive Players' president Donna Runt of Hopedale, who noted that the meeting Is open, not only to Hope Players members, but also to interested members of the community. Hope Players executive director Andrew Pelegreen III, also of Hopedale, explained that the impending closing of Harrison East Elementary School, which has been the home for most Players productions since the group's inception, has necessitated a

serious discussion about the Hope Players' future. "We're looking for input from members and the general public about a possible new venue, as well as the future direction of the Hope Players," Pelegreen said. "We're also looking for new participants with new ideas, who are willing to invest their time and talent, on stage and behind the scenes, in the future of community theater in the Hopedale area," he added,. Pelegreen also noted that "Items that the Hope Players have accumulated and stored at the school will have to be relocated a storage space if one is donated or found, or possibly donated to other local area

groups that could use them." "Without a new home and renewed participation from area talent, the future of the Hope Players is uncertain," Pelegreen concluded. Anyone with questions about the meeting should contact Pelegreen at 740-937-2629 or Hope Players' president Donna Runt at 740-937-2208 for further information. Anyone who cannot attend the meeting, but who wish to offer their support in the form of a new location, future participation in Hope Players productions or general suggestions about the future of the organization, should contact Runt or Pelegreen prior to the meeting.

Stock memorial service to be held March 21 On Thursday at 11 a.m., March 21, the Adena American Legion will hold a graveside military memorial service for Specialist 4 Dale

Louis Stock commemorating 50 years since he was killed in action serving his country in Vietnam. Before this event, there will

be a Mass in memory of Specialist Stock at 11 a.m. at St. Casimir’s Catholic Church, Hanna Ave., Adena Ohio.

Manbeck fundraiser set for Saturday, March 23 A pasta dinner is being held at the Hopedale American Legion on Saturday, March 23 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. All proceeds will be going towards Dan Manbeck’s fight against his ALS affliction. Tickets are $10, which includes dinner and auction, which will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 pm. Following the dinner and auction will be music

beginning at 8 p.m. featuring, The Megan Pennington Band, Ashley Best, Loss of Memory, Clover and former members of the band Kranken. The cost for live entertainment is $3 for a single and $5 for a couple. There will also be a bake sale and cash bar with DJ Ronnie Beaird providing entertainment during dinner. Anyone interested in tickets or

donations can call: 740-3819787 or, Darla Brewer at: 740-942-4037. Also, an account has been set up at the Huntington Bank in Cadiz: “Dan Manbeck ALS Benefit, C/O Danielle Manbeck. If you use “Zelle” donations can be sent directly to: danmanbeckalsbenefit@gmail. com.

Upcoming program at Puskarich Public Library Tick Awareness: New Ticks and What to Look For! Dr. Scott Pendleton will have a Tick Awareness program on March 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Puskarich Public Library. The library is located at 200

E. Market St., Cadiz. Come and learn more about tick identification, information on the Lone Star tick whose bite can trigger red meat allergies, tick bite prevention, risks to humans and

pets, proper tick removal, and much more. This is a free event. All ages are welcome. Call 740-942-2623 for more information.

Deersville’s Community Theater announces schedule DEERSVILLE - The Deersville Community Theater has announced their upcoming calander. The upcoming events includes: Feb. 28 - Open Mic Night; April 13 - Paint and Sip Fundraiser; May TBA - Open Mic Night; June 13 - 16 - Disney’s Aladdin Jr.; September TBA Open Mic Night; Oct. 24 - 27Ann of Green Gable and

November TBA - Open Mic Night. The theater has also listed their sponsorship schedule for the season. For $50 - $99 - you will be listed as a Friend of the Theater with your name in listed during the 2019 Program season; $100 $199 - a business card ad of your choice printed and displayed in the 2019 Program and digital display

and $200 plus - quarter page ad, digital display, and two VIP tickets to each show. To become a sponsor contact Christy Holmes, treasurer at 39300 Brushy Fork Road, Cadiz, Ohio by mail. Make all checks payable to Deersville Community Theater. The Deersville Community Theater is a 501 (C) (3) tax exempt organization.

MEETINGS, NOTICES, ANNOUNCEMENTS

CIC Meeting cancellation The Harrison County CIC meeting for March is cancelled.

Mental Health & Recovery Board The regular meeting of the Mental Health and Recovery Board will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19. Public is welcome to attend.

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Yoder’s Quality Roofing and Construction Roofs, pole barns, decks, garages, and general repair. Call for free estimates. 740-491-7928. (6:3tfc) -----------------------------Brenda's Pet Parlor, in Scio. Clipping, bathing, & flea treatment, Call for appointment. 740-9450292. (7:13tfc) ------------------------------

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-----------------------------The Village of Cadiz Park and Street departments will be taking applications for two (2) part-time seasonal help per department with an hourly rate of $8.30. Hours are 7:00 am to 3:00 pm (or as assigned). Qualifications: A seasonal employee will not work more than 30 hours per week: must be 18 years of age, able to do physical labor, able to work under extremes of weather, valid Ohio Driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s License with clean driving record, drug testing required. Park Department Responsibilities: Work weekends and during the week, mowing, trimming facility grounds, park shelter and restroom maintenance, vehicle washing, picking up trash, emptying trash cans, parking lot maintenance, landscaping maintenance, set up and

tear down for events, able to lift 25-50 pounds, able to work independently with and without supervision. Street Department Responsibilities: Work during the week, mowing and trimming Village grounds, vehicle washing, picking up trash, emptying trash cans, parking lot maintenance, landscaping maintenance, shovel gravel, assist asphalt patching, able to lift 2550 pounds, able to work independently with and without supervision. Applications will be accepted at Village Clerk Office at 128 Court Street until March 29, 2019 at 4:30 PM. (3:16) ------------------------------

CARS 1930 Ford Model A, 55,000 miles, runs, needs restored, $5,000. 740-922-0297. (3:16, 23) ----------------------------

FOR RENT 2BR apartment with garage, no pets, in Jewett. 740-491-0253. (2:23, 3:2, 9, 16) ----------------------------3BR house for rent, $550/month, no pets, in Jewett. 740-491-0253. (2:23, 3:2, 9, 16) ----------------------------

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Public Notice LEGAL NOTICE The Village of Cadiz is currently letting out to bid to the highest and best bidder the â&#x20AC;&#x153;blue water towerâ&#x20AC;? located in the Industrial Park within the Village of Cadiz. The Village will be accepting bids for the sale of the water tower until March 29, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. The winning bidder must move said water tower from Village property within thirty days of the finalization of all terms of this bid. The winning bidder will also sign a contract for the sale of the same and must show they have insurance to perform said removal, among other contract terms. The winning bidder shall assume all costs associated with the removal of the water tower and any other conditions as imposed in the contract which will be executed by the winning bidder and the Village. The Village has the right to reject any and all bids. (3:2, 9, 16, 23) ---------LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS HARRISON COUNTY, OHIO BRUNER LAND COMPANY, INC. Plaintiff, vs. EUGENE H. HUDSON, et al Defendants Case No: CVHâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;2018-0100 JUDGE T. SHAWN HERVEY Mary J. Stringer, and the unknown heirs, devisees, successors, and assigns of Minnie M. Stringer (hereinafter the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Holdersâ&#x20AC;?) in the above-referenced matter, whose residences and addresses are unknown, shall take notice that on November 13, 2018, Bruner Land Company, Inc. (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Plaintiffâ&#x20AC;?) filed a Complaint against said Defendants and others in the Common Pleas Court of Harrison County, Ohio, Cadiz, OH 43907. The most recent addresses for the Holders are unknown to Plaintiff.

Said parties are required to answer on or before the twenty-eighth (28th) day following the last publication of the within notice. Said publication shall be made in this newspaper at least once a week for six (6) successive weeks. Gregory W. Watts (0082127), Matthew W. Onest (0087907), and Wayne A. Boyer (0087983), of KRUGLIAK, WILKINS, GRIFFITHS & DOUGHERTY CO., L.P.A. 4775 Munson Street NW/P.O. Box 36963 Canton, Ohio 44735-6963 Phone: (330) 497-0700/Fax: (330) 497-4020 g w a t t s @ k w g d . c o m ; m o n e s t @ k w g d . c o m ; wboyer@kwgd.com ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF (3:9, 16, 23, 30, 4:6, 13) ---------LEGAL NOTICE Freeport Township is taking bids on a Building Project. Bidders must show proof of Workers Comp. and Liability Insurance. Freeport Township has the right to accept or object any or all bids. For a Bid Packet Please Contact: Bethany Doane 740-229-1509 (3:9, 16, 23) ---------LEGAL NOTICE The Green Townshipâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s March 2019 monthly meeting has been changed to Tuesday, March 19th at 6:00 p.m. located at the Green Township Garage located on Rabbit Road in Hopedale. Tracey L. Kuhn, Fiscal Officer (3:9, 16) ---------LEGAL NOTICE Invitation to Bid International #895 Case Wheel Tractor with Accessories The North Township Trustees are accepting sealed bids for the intent to sell an International #895 Case Wheel Tractor with 60â&#x20AC;? Alamo Mott Mower and Alamo Ditcher Head Assembly.

McHugh family member prepares to celebrate St. Patrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day Shaylor Braelee McHugh, 5, daughter of Aysa Kyler of Wintersville and Garren McHugh of Smithfield, colored a St. Patrick's Day leprechaun in celebration of the March 17 day. She has family history going back to John H. McHugh in Ireland in 1779. The family, became tenant farmers who left Ireland in the late 1700's. Shaylor's grandparents are Dale and Norma McHugh of Smithfield and Dan and Annette Kyler of Wintersville.

Item sold â&#x20AC;&#x153;as isâ&#x20AC;? with no warranties. Miniumum bid $11,000. The North Township Trustees reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Should any bid be accepted, payment shall be made by cashierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s check or money order made payable to North Township within seven days of the award notice. Equipment can be viewed by calling 740-945-7283 to schedule an appointment. Bids should be submitted to the North Township Trustees, P.O. Box 511, Scio, Ohio 43988, by 5:00 p.m. Monday, April 1, 2019. Sue Myers North Township Fiscal Officer (3:16, 23, 30) ---------PUBLIC NOTICE AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to install a Self-Support tower off County Hwy 31, Cadiz, Harrison County, OH 43907, (40 13 34.6 N / 081 05 45.2 W). The height of the tower will be 88.4 meters above ground level (463.3 meters above mean sea level). The tower is anticipated to have steady red lights FAA Style E (L-864/L-865/L810). AT&T Mobility, LLC welcomes comments on the impact of the proposed action on any districts, sites, buildings, structures or objects significant in American history, archaeology, engineering or culture that are listed or determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under National Historic Preservation Act Section 106. Specific information regarding the project is available by contacting EBI Consulting, Project 6119000753-CTJ during normal business hours. Comments must be received at 6876 Susquehanna Trail South, York, PA 17403, or via telephone at 219-313-5458 within 30 days. Interested persons may also review the application for this project at www.fcc.gov/asr/applications by entering Antenna Structure Registration (Form 854) file no. A1131369.

Walker on his passing March 10. Also to the family of Andy Roset (of Smithfield) on his passing March 10 and to Eric Watt (of Jewett) on March 9. Hopedale Legion Auxiliaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Annual Fish Fry is back! This will be every Friday thru Lent. The menu is as follow: $9 fish dinner (includes fries and slaw); $6 Fish dinner only (chunks); $7 Fish tail (sandwich only); $10 Seafood platter includes (fish, shrimp, hush puppies, clams and slaw); $7 shrimp dinner (fries and slaw); A la carte $4.50 shrimp; $3 clams; $1.50 slaw; $2.58 fries and two hush puppies. Happy anniversary to Tony and Joyce Capers on March 20. Before I go: 1) When youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hanging on by a thread, make sure itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the hem of His garment. 2) Did you know that when you drink pineapple juice you dissolve mucus in the lungs? Pineapple juice is a great couch suppressant because it contains an enzyme known as bromelain which has strong anti-inflammatory benefits. 3) Hugging is the most beautiful form of communication. 4) A person who feels appreciated will always do more than is expected. 5) Did you know chocolate comes from cocoa, which is a treeâ&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;Ś.that makes it a plantâ&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;Ś..so chocolate is a salad! Hope all have a happy week with a heart full of hope, love and joy. Take care and God bless. SCIO By Ina Marks We want to thank the Ladies of the New Rumley United Methodist Church for their holding of their fellowship lunch. It was very good and appreciated. It was well attended. Now on the

Interested persons may raise environmental concerns about the project under the National Environmental Policy Act rules of the Federal Communications Commission, 47 CFR §1.1307, by notifying the FCC of the specific reasons that the action may have a significant impact on the quality of the human environment. Requests for Environmental Review must be filed within 30 days of the date that notice of the project is published on the FCCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website and may only raise environmental concerns. The FCC strongly encourages interested parties to file Requests for Environmental Review online at www.fcc.gov/asr/environmentalrequest, but they may be filed with a paper copy by mailing the Request to FCC Requests for Environmental Review, Attn: Ramon Williams, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20554. A copy of the Request should also be provided to EBI Consulting at 6876 Susquehanna Trail South, York, PA 17403. (3:16) ---------LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF SALE OF REAL ESTATE: THE STATE OF OHIO, HARRISON COUNTY First Federal Community Bank, N.A. 902 Boulevard Dover, OH 44622 Plaintiff, vs. Amanda Evans, ET AL 224 East Main ST Freeport, OHâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;43973 Defendant, Case # 2018-0092-CVE In pursuance of an order of sale received February 21, 2019 in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, on the second floor of the Harrison County Court House, on April 15, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. The second auction shall be held on April 29, 2019 and the property shall be sold to the highest bidder without

fourth Thursday, they serve supper from 5 to 6 p.m. All invited. Congratulations go out to the Green Valley 4-H Club â&#x20AC;&#x153;Country Cookersâ&#x20AC;? placed first in the supper division of Harrison County 4-H Iron Chef Contest with their pulled pork sliders. Students were Carley Rogers, Avery Wallace, Bryce Wallace and Kimber Rogers. Great job! The Dining Fork Ruritan are sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast on March 23 from 7 to 11 a.m. There will be pancakes, French toast, sausage, juice and coffee. It will be held at the Scio Fire House. Donations accepted. Quilting with Sue at the Scio Library is March 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29. Beginners or experienced always welcome. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Happy birthday wishes go out to Kinny Thompson, Nancy (Marks) Robbins and all others celebrating. Also anniversaries. Prayers and best wishes go out to anyone that is ill, shut-in. So many. God knows who you are. Bless you. Deepest sympathy and prayers go out to the family and friends of Linda Bake, Eric Watt. Bless both of you. You will be greatly missed. And any others that have lost loved ones. Bless you. Have a blessed week. JEWETT/CADIZ By Ruby Foutz There are times in our lives that we need a break, to unwind or relax. Join Erin Cooper's Essential Oil Support for Mood/Emotions at the Clark Branch Library on March 26 at 6:00 p.m. For more information call, 740 6583855.This is a free class but you can learn a lot.

regard to the minimum bid requirement, but subject any an all relating to costs, allowances, and real estate taxes. Property sold as is. Inside not inspected. Amount owed on property, plus interest $26,869.76. TERMS OF SALE: If the Judgment Creditor is the purchaser, no deposit is required. All third party purchasers deposit(s) shall be made in accordance with the guidelines as set forth in Ohio Revised code Section 2329.211. TERMS OF SECOND SALE:â&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Property to be sold without regard to the minimum bid requirement subject to payment of taxes and court costs; deposit requirements same as the first auction. Said premises appraised at $30,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than twothirds of the amount. Terms of the sale: 10% at the time of sale, balance on delivery of deed. LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aâ&#x20AC;? Situated in the Village of Freeport,County of Harrison and State of Ohio. Being the north part of lot N. 66 in said village the same being 66 feet front on Main Street, and extending back from Main Street 100 feet on the line of Pine Street, as marked and designated on the Plat of said village of Freeport, Ohio. Parcel Number:â&#x20AC;&#x2C6;10-0000288.000 Property Address:â&#x20AC;&#x2C6;224 East Main Street, Freeport, OH 43973 Prior Deed Reference:â&#x20AC;&#x2C6;OR Book 210, Page 1125 and Book 84, Page 487 Property Owner:â&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Amanda J. Evans Case Number:â&#x20AC;&#x2C6;CVE-2018-0092 Kriss Felty, Esquire Plaintiffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attorney Ronald J. Myers, Sheriff (3:16, 23, 30) ---------LEGAL NOTICE Rumley Township Trustees will be removing all fall and winter decorations that have not been removed by April 1st from all Rumley Township

During the month of March communities nationwide are working to raise awareness of the consequences of problem gambling and the resources available for individuals whose gambling is causing problems in their lives. To see if you have a problem or if you know you need help, call 1 800-GAMBLER (1 800 426-2537). It's the winning number. The Jewett Volunteer Fire Department had their lasagna dinner. We thought it was really delicious and we had plenty to eat. It was well attended. Thank you for the great job you are doing with the dinners. You will soon be seeing ODOT out repairing roads, be careful and drive slowly. If they are working with tar, it is hard to get off of your vehicles. Congratulations to the Green Valley 4-H Club on receiving first place in the supper divison of Harrison County 4-H Iron Chef Contest with their pulled pork sliders. Kudos to Carley Rogers, Avery Wallace, Bryce Wallace and Kimberly Rogers. Keep up the great work. Happy birthday and best wishes to Emma Gamble, Rachel Miser, Nicholas Shafer, Darren Woodburn, Bruce Arbaugh, Deb Arbaugh, Sandra Dickey, Denny F. Kovarik, Robert "Bob" Glover, Patricia Heavlin, Robert "Bobby" Brooks, Dean R. Ager, Hazel Trushell and our dear friend Mary S. Whipkey. Happy anniversary and many more to Tom & Anna Mae Leddy. Peace, prayers and get well wishes to Dorothy & Bob Glover, Brenda and Howard Johnson, Mike Hutchison, Bonnie & Tom Fife, Barber- Art Lewis, Curtis Spence, Ellen Orr, and to my dear

cemeteries. Rumley Township Trustees Barbara Birney, Fiscal Officer (3:16, 23) ---------PUBLIC NOTICE The Athens Township Trustees would like to inform the Public that all grave blankets and grave decorations remaining in Longview Cemetery after April 1, 2019 will be removed and discarded by the township. David Watson, Fiscal Officer Athens Township (3:16, 23) ---------PUBLIC NOTICE The North Township Trustees request all winter decorations be removed from Grandview, Hanover, and Conotton Cemeteries by Wednesday, April 3, 2019. Sue Myers, Fiscal Officer (3:16, 23, 30) ---------LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio Division of Construction Management Legal Copy Number: 190240 Sealed proposals will be accepted from pre-qualified bidders at the ODOT Office of Contracts until 10:00 a.m. on April 18, 2019. Project 190240 is located in Harrison County, /JEF-US 22-15.03/00.00 and is a SIGNING project. The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal. Plans and Specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation. (3:16, 23) ----------

friends in Christ â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Mr. & Mrs. Bentson L. Beckett, Hopedale. Deepest Sympathy to Andy Roset family, Lanny "LW" Michael Walker family, Linda Kimmel Bake family, Eric Todd Watt family, Darlene Sue Boyce family, Phillip Pelley, Jr. family, and Jeff Myer family. All 'bout Christ Church would like to leave you with this scripture - Galatians 4:4. Why didn't God wait until now to send Jesus to earth? This verse tells why and God's timing is always perfect. Learn & study God's word. Love & prayers. God bless you all, Rev. Dr. Ruby Foutz, 740 946-2925. NEW RUMLEY By Donna Jean Haney Last Friday Suzy Beatty and Donna Jean Haney attended a Thirty-One Party at Esther and Amanda Byler home in Scio. Tuesday, March 26, 12 Noon-The Fellowship Girls will have lunch at Hugo's in Scio. Come and join us. Thursday, March 28, 5-6 p.m. All are invited to our Fellowship Dinner at New Rumley UMC, The Menu is: Roast Beef &Noodles, Jello Salad, Corn, Veggie Tray, Bread, Desserts & Beverages Bring a friend. Meal is free! April 3, noon New Rumley School Classmates will have lunch at The Scio Restaurant,in Scio. Prayers and Sympathy to the Family of Eric Watt. Happy Birthday to Ellie Cramblett, Andrew Turner, Roger Logsdon, Elisabeth May McHam, Danelle Gross Rose. Happy anniversary to Gary and Shirley Fisher.


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Cadiz Woman's Civic Club Angie Allison named Jeff. Co. Extension hold first meeting for 2019 Educator, 4H Youth Development

The Cadiz Woman's Civic Club held their first meeting for 2019 on Thursday, March 7 at 7 p.m. at the Harrison Community Hospital Café with 11 members present. Hostesses were Dolly Ferraro, Marilyn Monzula and Lynnda Bizzari. President Sue Adams welcomed everyone. The club moved forward with the program for the evening. Paul Coffland presented an update on the Sally Buffalo Park Board's construction of the children's playground. They are seeking donations to help with the completion of the project. Donations may be made payable to Sally Buffalo Park Board and mailed to Village of Cadiz, Sally Buffalo Playground Fund, 128 Court St, Cadiz OH 43907. He shared upcoming events: Night At The Races on March 23, 2019 and the Annual Easter Egg Hunt taking place on March 30, 2019. Ed Banks, Superintendent of the Harrison County Home, then spoke to the group regarding updates and changes to the county home in the way of renovations to the building, rooms and grounds and future projects. He shared a little history about the County Home and invited the attendees to stop and tour the facilities. Mr. Banks declined the speakers gratuity and ask that it go to the County Home.  The inspiration was given by Kathy Depew with a quote from Maya Angelou and sayings of past times. The club moved forward with the Pledge of Allegiance and Club Collect.  The minutes and Treasurers Report were approved as presented. There was no correspondence.  In old business the group will be presenting their Community

Service Award to Ila Walrath at the CBA Recognition Banquet on Saturday, March 16 at 7 p.m. Dolly Ferraro had tickets for members to purchase. The Nominating Committee for 20192020 will be Dr. Porsche Beetham, Jackie Dunlap and Dolly Ferraro. They will present a slate of officers at the April meeting. A report will be given at the next meeting regarding the survey on the Farm Bureau Magazine that are supplied to the Harrison Central fourth grade classes. In new business members were reminded that the club would be doing their "County Home Shower" at the April meeting. A list of suggestions were on the agenda. The club voted to become a "Friend of the Deersville Community Theatre and have the club name listed in the programs for the 2019 theatre season. At the next meeting sign up sheets will be passed around for workers for the hot dog stand May 24, 2019 at Sanders Market, for volunteers to be hostess, present the inspiration and program ideas for the 20192020 club year. The group voted to send $500 to have a bench placed at the Sally Buffalo Park new playground. Jennifer Dunlap has created a Facebook page for the Cadiz Woman's Civic Club to post club news and pictures.  At the close of the meeting the attendees enjoyed refreshments provided by the hostesses. The next meeting will be Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Harrison Community Hospital Café. Hostesses will be Marlene Holloway, Karen Mizer and Curry Triplett. Inspiration will be given by April White. The program will be Doran Morgan, Assistant Superintendent for Harrison Hills City School District. 

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With the retirement of Janine Yeske as the Jefferson County Extension Educator  and 4-H Youth Development in January after serving many heartfelt and enthusiastic years, a replacement for the position with 4-H youth has been named.   Angie Allison, no new name to the events in the county as a teacher for 11 years at the Jefferson County Vocational School and Toronto City Schools and a former employee of the Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District, claimed the Extension position where she will be working with youth from 5 through 18-yearsold. And her first big 4-H event was an overnighter at the Weirton Community Center with many 4-H club members in attendance. She has other big events coming up, the Iron Chef Clinic, where many 4-H club compete with recipes and the cooked product and going through an interview by judges to be scored and a window decorating contest to commemorate Ohio 4-H Week was part of the activities that took place almost immediately as well. And the Winter Carnival was held on Feb. 16 at the Fort Steuben Mall. At the JVS, Allison specialized in culinary arts and family and

consumer sciences. She completed a Master's level class in career and technical education to earn a teaching certificate In addition, she holds a bachelor's degree in communication/journalism. At the SWCD, she served nearly six years managing finances, planning events, developing newsletters and providing education programming. The newsletter project will be nothing new to her as she will now be the editor of the Clover Chronicle Newsletter.   Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Murray operates Murray's, a restaurant  in Wintersville and will be operating the Marina Restaurant this coming year. They have owned and operated a 250-acre farm where hogs, beef and freshwater shrimp are raised.   Her two daughters are involved in 4-H and have completed still projects and showed meat and pet rabbit project at the Jefferson County Fair. The family enjoys boating and fishing at Tappan Lake,   Allison notes that the Dixon Nursing Home is looking for 4H clubs  to visit the facility as a community service project. Contact Rachel Lahita at 740512-4093 for more information.   She will be busy with contests for the upcoming Jefferson County Fair which will be her

Angie Allison came into her position as the Jefferson County Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development and OSU Extension, Crossroads EERA on Jan. 22 and was immediately thrown into many activities that take place from January through March. She makes work-oriented trips to the Ohio State Extension and made friends with a metal replica of Brutus Buckeye on one of her trips.

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Har. Co. Highway Dept. announces road closure The Harrison County Highway Department is scheduling a daytime closure of County Road 55 (Deersville Road), approximately one-half

mile south of 250 on Monday, March 18, for a culvert replacement. The road closure will begin at 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.

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