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County looks for flood relief assistance SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2018

By JD LONG

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CADIZ – Eric Wilson, director of Harrison County’s Emergency Management Agency (EMA) touched on the flooding problems back in February, at Wednesday’s county commissioner’s meeting. He informed the commissioners that the Ohio EMA, “for the purposes of disaster recovery,” dated the time of Feb. 4 through 25 as a claim period. “For recovery purposes they look, the federal government, the state government looks at individual losses and public losses,” Wilson explained. He described the private home or one’s farm as an individual loss. “Primarily what we rely on is insurance to take care of losses and things like that,” Wilson explained. In regards to the public side of things

Wilson stated that he’d met with County Engineer Rob Sterling and County Highway Superintendent Jim Albright for purposes of keeping up to speed with what was happening within the county. “Our primary goal is to prevent loss of life, injury to people by closing roads, looking to see if there our houses affected by that,” Wilson said. He was thankful that no loss of life occurred or seriously hurt as well. He said roads and bridges took the biggest hit during that time period. Wilson stated that after Sterling’s assessment around the county that the dollar figure placed on the losses was $595,135. But reimbursements may be on the way as Wilson explained the process of the state submitting a “declaration request” onto the federal government. “If that proclamation is given to the

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state of Ohio then our claims will be considered…they’ll send a team out and they’ll meet with county engineer, they’ll meet with township trustees and they’ll take a detailed look at the losses

at the documentation we have…” Wilson said adding that if they get that approved then the county would receive recovery assistance. Wilson further explained that the assistance received could be via “low interest loans” or direct financial assistance. When it came to receiving aid in restoration that means only up to the condition a particular structure was in at the time of the damage. “But if we’re able to get the assistance obviously, it’ll be a benefit to the county because then that won’t be an unforeseen expense that we’ll have to compensate for,” Wilson told the board. Wilson also brought forth news from the department of commerce where they are requiring a list of rules for storm shelters. “Any 911 call station emergency operation center, fire, rescue,

ambulance or police station will have a storm shelter constructed…,” Wilson read adding that the requirement includes a storm resistant shelter for winds “up to 250 miles per hour.” Wilson told the board that Sterling is submitting an exception to the state in order for the EMA to work in their future new building, which is located next to the County Home. He said the modular home that the commissioners had offered to the EMA for more office space than what they now have at the BMV building, does not fit the requirement that Wilson just read. He said the exception would include using the County Home as a shelter in case of emergency because it is in close proximity to where the EMA would be working. Wilson talked about the probability of

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Hopedale targeted as Opportunity Zone In these zones investors will be able to delay or avoid paying capital gains tax . . . So, we’re talking major investment of plants [and] manufacturing. Director of Economic Development Nick Homrighausen

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HOPEDALE – e Hopedale village council received a visit from two Harrison County representatives Wednesday evening during their monthly meeting. Commissioner Dale Norris and Director of Economic Development Nick Homrighausen presented Hopedale with some potentially good news if the federal cards fall in their favor. Homrighausen stated that after submitting all county zones to the state for recommendation to the federal government as economic opportunity zones, Hopedale was the only community within the county the governor of Ohio passed on to Washington for approval, according to Homrighausen. He explained that the Zone is part of a tax bill recently passed back in December. “e recent federal tax reform package established the framework for the Opportunity Zone’s program with the goal of…private investment in communities that haven’t fully recovered from the…recession,” Homrighausen stated. He further explained that back in March the state released over 300 areas of Opportunity Zones. “In these zones investors will be able to delay or avoid paying capital gains tax,” Homrighausen explained. “So, we’re talking major investment of plants [and] manufacturing.” “Opportunity Zones will make it easier to close funding gaps for projects already on the drawing board,” he continued. He said it was also designed to “deepen the pool” for new ventures and

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Parking signs approved for Cadiz, permits discussed

A series of changes and additions were requested for village parking lots at last Thursday’s Cadiz council meeting. Some included 15 minute parking for several spots next to the municipal building.

By JD LONG

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CADIZ – In order to make room for snow removal and general street cleaning, new signs addressing those tasks are moving forward, according to Cadiz council member John Vermillion. Vermillion raised the issue at last ursday’s council meeting along with additional handicap parking signs as well. As a member of the street committee, Vermillion said they recommended one handicap parking space with an additional three spaces to be limited to 15 minute parking at the uptown lot across from Di Angelo’s Pizza on

East Market Street. “And we’re also suggesting not permitting any vehicles over one ton of gross vehicle weight,” Vermillion explained. Other recommendations were for required parking permits from 1 a.m. to 10 a.m. overnight parking at that lot. “So, without a parking permit through the village you’d have to buy a parking permit through the village for the duration of 1 a.m. to 10 a.m.,” Vermillion said. He added that in order to accommodate business hours, they may change the time from 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. e cost mentioned per month was $30 for the overnight parking fee. Council took no action on

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those recommendations. Village Administrator Charley Bowman stated that weather has held up work scheduled at the uptown lot, which was targeted for paving and a new concrete planter to match the existing one. Council member Mike McPeak brought up the issue of having two five-minute signs for customer parking who need to pay bills for the lot next to the municipal building. McPeak later changed the

motion for two 15-minute parking spots, which were approved. Also, A Night at e Races is scheduled for May 19 at 7 p.m., which will be held at the social hall. e fee is $20 per couple. e next regularly scheduled village council meeting is set for April 19 at 7 p.m. e next Community Improvement Corporation meeting is also scheduled for April 19 at 6 p.m.

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By JD LONG

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CADIZ – Last ursday the Clark Gable Museum was on Village Administrator Charley Bowman’s agenda. e issue was twofold with a financial request and the other a possible demolition. Bowman relayed what he was told by the Clark Gable Museum that they were still working on funding for obtaining an elevator. He said around $98,000 has already been raised with a total of $150,000 needed, which he said leaves them short about $57,000. “ey have requested $25,000 from county commissioners and asking if the village could do something similarly,” Bowman explained. He also reminded council of a house that is up for a sheriff’s sale next door to the museum could be demolished by the village if the museum was to purchase it. e property would

be used for extra space for the museum such as parking. No action was taken on that issue. A heading titled: Street Department Appointments, Bowman requested for council to approve the following in appointments and salary for Tim Hennis to street superintendent and Larry Ludwig to equipment operator. Bowman said Ludwig would like to retire and return at this new position, which he said would be a few thousand dollar pay cut per year. “But I think he has a very serious set of skills that I find particularly valuable and talking to others, they feel the same,” Bowman explained. “So I would like to keep Mr. Ludwig with our street department.” Council approved both positions. e moves would take effect May 1. Regarding the monthly Microcystins (HAB) water readings for Tappan the two for February were at 3.00 and the

second one was considerably down to 1.760. e March 13 reading also came in at 3.00. Bowman called the readings in “good shape.” Bowman also brought up the issue of renting out space at Wallace Lodge where the Harrison Community Hospital Ladies Auxiliary (HCHLA) fashion show is planned there for sometime in October. Bowman said that the HCHLA requested the rental fee be waived, which would seem to clash with the village ordinance that states that not-for-profits are to pay a rental fee for the use of Wallace Lodge. It was noted in Bowman’s report that the HCHLA for this event, as well as others, raises money “to purchase equipment at the hospital.” When the issue came up for a vote a discussion ensued on the various rental rates charged by the village. Council member Mike McPeak asked to table the issue, which was in order to review the rates for different situations and groups. It was established that waiving a rental rate was taken case by case and must be brought in front of council. Emerald Environmental was called on to execute an inspection for asbestos at 505 Grant Street, which is an abandoned house. Asbestos was found in every wall Bowman stated and a quote to remove it was listed as, $35,880. Another quote Bowman received was $8,500 in order to demolish the

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The Clark Gable Museum in Cadiz says they desperately need an elevator both for the visitors and the ambassadors who give tours as the museum’s three flights of stairs cannot be maneuvered by the older visitors. It’s also hoped that with the installation of an elevator, the bottom floor could be opened up as part of the museum.

house. “We will bill the property owner directly for all costs, including administrative and legal costs,” Bowman said in his report. When asked, Bowman stated they did not do bids for asbestos removal. He said Emerald did an assessment then provided the quote. He felt a similar number would still be returned if bidding had been done, which he offered to do if that’s what council

wished. Bowman later explained by phone that Emerald did not actually do the removal of asbestos but did the search for qualified companies to do the removal. He said by law they are not allowed to do the removal since they were the company that did the assessment and search for the village. Bowman said in the meeting that Emerald was the same

company that did the asbestos removal on the Mr. Fish and hotel buildings. For the Liming Ave. erosion issue, Bowman summoned Mannik Smith “to prepare an estimate for engineering a solution to the flooding.” The cost he said was estimated at $51,600 and he recommended that council proceed as the western side of Liming needed stabilized. No action was taken at this time.

banquets. The policy is for $1,000,000 plus the cost for defense. The policy cost is $608 per year. Also, the Cadiz yard sale is approaching, which is a joint project between the CBA and the tourism office. This year’s yard sale will be the 20th annual event from Friday, June 1 to Saturday, June 2. Maps will be for sale at Utica Safety Apparel, Orme Hardware, McDonalds and the Harrison County Visitor Center. For more information the public can call (740) 942-1102 or email:

Jbensie_cvb@outlook.com. Regarding the concession stand at this summer’s fair, the CBA is asking for volunteers as usual. The guest speaker for Wednesday’s meeting were representatives from Valley Hospice (VH). Katie Border spoke on behalf of VH informed the audience of the importance of filling out a living will. She stated that VH deemed the entire month of April as Healthcare Decision Month. “So, throughout the month of April we go around the various places in the community and offer to sit and talk with

people…” Border explained. She noted that April 16 is National Healthcare Decision Day and they will be at the Harrison Community Hospital from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event is open to the public. Border stressed the importance of having someone placed with power of attorney via a living will before a loved one becomes incapacitated and cannot make the decisions for themselves. “So, the challenge is getting people to understand that this is a decision to make when you’re able to make the decision,” Border said.

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He explained that A, D, E and K are fat-soluble vitamins and that B and C are water-soluble. But if taking both individual vitamins along with a multivitamin, check on the latter one for duplicate ingredients. If so, a patient could be taking too much of a certain vitamin. “A doctor should do lab work every six months to a year to check on the levels of fat-soluble vitamins,” he said. e OTC drug Zicam is nothing more than zinc, which may help fight a cold, but research is limited. Osteo BiFlex, which is used to promote healthy joints, comes in three different strengths, but the single strength version is likely to help as much as the triple strength. Calcium, a bone health dietary supplement and vitamin D are needed together for optimal calcium absorption. Commonly, women with osteoporosis require calcium with Vitamin D supplementation. “e dairy industry, a common source of calcium, is struggling as children do not drink milk much like in the past, it is not even served in some schools anymore,” Milowicki stated as he explained why future generations will likely require calcium supplementation. ey drink soft drinks that are packed with sugar and caffein and it can be addictive or overwork the heart. Calcium is important to prevent

fractures. Calcium products include OsCcal, that is made from crushed oyster shells and those with a shellfish allergy could have a reaction. Citrical is calcium citrate and while it may cost a little more than Caltrate, which is calcium carbonate, it has much better absorption in the body. Magnesium is a supplement that should be left to a doctor to prescribe because too much magnesium can be harmful. In the field of pain medications, Motrin and Advil are made of the same compound. e pharmacist said to look at the active ingredients and this will be noted. Alieve is another type of antiinflammatory medication and should not be taken with Motrin or Advil. “Pharmacists are the most accessible healthcare professional. ey know the body and how to treat problems, and can recommend the best over-the-counter therapy,” Milowicki said. ere were 21 attending the workshop with four new members. In a written survey after the talk, it was agreed that the presentation was very effective and interesting. And information was learned about the products that could be harmful, according to Teter. e workshop for May 3 will be on “Cholesterol: the Garden of Good and Evil,” which will be led by Teter.

attention to the new requirement. Also, Director of the County Home Ed Banks appeared with the Director of Job & Family Services Scott Blackburn for a request that the two departments share a sick leave donation policy. Blackburn said they have one with child support and told the board that this dealt only with hours being exchanged, and not to involve discrepancies in hourly wages. “It’s just the hours and it’s got to be very severe, life

threatening and basically they have to use all their current leave before that would happen…” Blackburn explained. Regarding the two bids the commissioners received several weeks ago concerning back up EMS services, the board agreed to continue with the Harrison Community Hospital. “With this RFP that service is now stipulated to be 24/7, 365 days a year for the backup service,” Coffland stated. He added that they hoped to have the contract secured by May 1.

CBA talks upcoming area projects By JD LONG

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CADIZ – The Cadiz Business Association (CBA) announced several items of interest at Wednesday’s meeting for the upcoming season. Some of the items noted by member Jackie Huytera were liability insurance policy implemented for “offices, board and membership during CBA projects.” Some of the projects listed were the parade, fair concession stand work, yard sale and

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CADIZ - “Can supplements and over-the-counter drugs be harmful?” is was the question that Jesse Milowicki, registered pharmacist at Custer Pharmacy and instructor at Eastern Gateway Community College discussed at the Lunch and Learn Workshop held April 5 at the Harrison Community Hospital, a division of Wheeling Hospital. Carol A. Teter, RN, BSN, Nurse Educator at the hospital, is in charge of arranging the helpful and healthful sessions once each month. Jesse set out an array of vitamins and told attendees that a multi-vitamin is helpful when diet alone doesn’t cover all nutrient requirements, although they can upset the stomach. He showed different containers of the vitamins where they are advertised for women or men, or children or senior citizens. He said the Leader brand compares with name brands and when products are affordable, they are more likely to be purchased. And the men’s multi-vitamin could be taken by a woman or vice versa if that is all that’s on hand. He recommended taking the multi-vitamin gummies if there are problems taking the other kinds. en came the individual vitamins of A, B, C, D, E and K.

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Two locals volunteer to clean up Scio By JD LONG

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SCIO – e Scio Garden Club’s Betty Gotschall and Susan Blanke appeared before the Scio council at Wednesday evening’s meeting to receive permission to clean up Scio’s Main Street. It wasn’t much of a decision on Scio’s part as they welcomed the help with the goal of reaching both ends of the village. ey also asked if they could extend their project farther towards the Dollar General as well, which received approval. “So we’ll have to see how far we can safely do that,” Blanke said referring to both sides of Ohio 151. ey said they’d heard about the village

providing a dumpster for cleanup day, which will be May 12 from 9 a.m. to noon and thought they would just work in conjunction with that. “Instead of complaining, we’ll pitch in,” she added. Gotschall also told council they would like to refurbish the barrels along Main Street as well. She said they would be sending out letters to area businesses asking if they would like to donate in the efforts. Blanke described their organization as just a small one who tries to do what they can, “to just foster some pride and we thought ‘what could we do,’ and that’s one thing we can do and want to take on.” ey said their budget is small but can afford to buy the

flowers and some of the soil needed. In other issues addressed, council member George Tubaugh recently resigned after being appointed not long ago. Now, council faces filling another seat, which they will begin searching to fill. Council decided to wait until the next meeting and see if anyone steps forward before posting a notice. Regarding the baseball lease agreement, council approved it contingent on “lease to use,” as stated by Village Solicitor Jason Jackson. No money is being exchanged and council member Carol Davy made the motion contingent on the “change from lease to usage wording.” As for Village Solicitor Jason Tubaugh’s report, electrical

work has been ongoing for several weeks on the water treatment plant. He touched on well cleaning and stated that they should be cleaned every seven to 10 years. e cost for servicing the two wells was $43,360. “I think it was a good move by the village for the simple fact that we’re not putting in new equipment in a well that hasn’t been serviced since it’s been in service,” Tubaugh explained. He added that the project is ahead of schedule. “Our completion date is 2019, it will be done in 2018,” he added. Regarding the wastewater treatment plant, sludge removal is scheduled for the next few weeks with the work

being done by Kimble’s. Tubaugh told council that Ohio EPA now has new regulations on reporting water line breaks and “distribution disruptions.” He described an involved process of reporting the break, updates on the break and samples that need taken with results “having to be back within 24 hours.” If the results are negative then the boil order can be lifted if not, then the process must be run all over again. “So what’s that mean? It means more man hours for me and more cost to you,” Tubaugh told them. “Thank you state of Ohio.” The old PNC bank building for the village to possibly move into was addressed again

but briefly. Council was to take a “field trip” later in the evening for a walk through to see if the space is a viable option to where they are now. Tubaugh announced some good news regarding their cost savings with the new electric aggregate deal, which he said for the month, was $789.30. He said the estimated cost savings per month would range from $640 to $800. In some park news, Tubaugh stated that Travis and Collin Albaugh were buying the metal poles for the backstop and Ed Crawl doing the work. He said the village would assist in a chain link fence “as needed.”

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of the country because of the income tax diversion. “Investors who maintain their opportunity fund investments for five to seven years will be able to avoid paying taxes on a portion of those original gains,” he said. He also said that companies who last at least 10 years would be exempt from paying taxes on “any new gains from their Opportunity Zone investments.” Homrighausen stated that it was just another tool in the toolbox for his local economic development efforts, and said the final approval is now in the hands of the federal government. In other issues addressed, council member Ron Hawkins revealed some figures for their Ohio 151 paving projects

which include: $1,200 for four catch basins; $1,226 for perforated pipe; $339 for solid pipe; $3,000 to $5,000 for curb estimation; stone at $2,000 with a total cost of $8,765. Mayor Mike Pelegreen told council that emergency sirens donated to them last year from MarkWest just need a little tweaking from the company who is doing the electrical computer work on them. Also, Pelegreen announced two were hired for summer village work, where they would begin in a staggered fashion upon hiring. Pelegreen stated the park would open May 1. Also, clean up day is scheduled for May 5 at the Social Hall from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Hanson receives four-year sentence Cadiz Southwest has new voting location By JD LONG jim@harrisonnewsherald.com

CADIZ – e case of Maggie Hanson, the woman who recently pleaded guilty to felonious assault and child endangerment, was sentenced Tuesday afternoon to four years in prison. Hanson shot and hit her live-in boyfriend, Leandrew Johnson last summer where they lived just off of Lincoln Ave in Cadiz. Johnson recovered and survived and even called for a lenient sentence on Hanson. Judge T. Shawn Hervey told Hanson that if it weren’t for the victim’s request for leniency, she would have received a much stiffer sentence. Johnson testified last month during Hanson’s change of plea, that he wished a lenient sentence upon her. Assistant Prosecutor Jeffrey Bruzzese stated there was evidence of domestic violence in their past and that might have had something to do with Johnson’s request. Along with the four years, Hanson would still be facing three years of Post Release Control (PRC) after her release from prison. Hervey noted that the felonious assault charge, which was originally a first degree felony was knocked down to the 2nd degree. e endangerment charge is a misdemeanor of the first degree. “We couldn’t just look past this and send Miss Hanson to a treatment facility for this kind of crime that was alarming and very upsetting to the public,” Bruzzese told the court in reference to the victim’s request. Hanson’s attorney, Aaron Miller confirmed to the court that the four years was a “joint recommendation.” Hervey took into consideration a low result

for recidivism on Hanson’s Ohio Risk Assessment (ORAS), as well as what he called a lack of serious criminal history, along with the victim’s request. “And under different circumstances but for the grace of God we’re not here on a murder charge,” Hervey said. “Miss Hanson, I think that you understand and realize that your actions have dire consequences that’s why you’re going four years to prison,” Hervey told her. He also told Hanson that he found Johnson’s request for leniency “compelling” and admitted that if not for that he said they would be talking about a different outcome and sentence. Also, Robert Bartimus, on a last minute arraignment decision appeared before Judge Hervey ursday afternoon. Assistant Prosecutor Jack Felgenhauer requested bond be set at $1 million, which Hervey agreed upon. Bartimus had the charges read to him, which included one count of rape against a child less than 10 years of age. He faces a possible life sentence and a $25,000 fine if convicted. Bartimus stated that he was not a flight risk and asked to be released on his own recognizance but Felgenhauer said given the charge where he also cited a previous jail sentence for theft back in the 1970s, held to his bond request. Near the end Bartimus told Hervey he couldn’t understand why the prosecutor asked for such a high bond amount. Earlier, when asked if he wanted an attorney to represent him, he stated, “I want to be represented by a good attorney, someone that’s actually going to fight for me instead of the

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county.” It still wasn’t clear whether Bartimus was going to hire his own attorney as he stated in county court two weeks ago that he’d had previous problems with a county attorney, which had no connection with C. Adrian Pincola, who was representing him as a courtesy to the court without official appointment. When asked if he understood the charge against him and the possible penalties, he replied, “unfortunately yes.” It was noted in court that Bartimus was retired and ran a private mowing business on the side. Also appearing was Edward Marks, 48, of Barberton who was arraigned on possession of drugs, a felony of the second degree. Hervey informed Marks, who was represented by C. Adrian Pincola, that he was facing a possible eight years in prison and a fine of up to $15,000. It was noted that the indictment was a replacement, which apparently was thought to be cocaine in his possession but turned out to be meth. Along with the weight involved knocked the felony charge down, according to Bruzzese. Bond, which was originally set in county court at $250,000 was lowered to $175,000 by Hervey.

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startups, real estate development and manufacturing. He said that out of the more than 300 zones chosen were an eligible 1,300 in Ohio total. Homrighausen stated that the criteria used were poverty rates and median household incomes with only 25 percent of the qualified tracts being nominated. “So it was very competitive,” Homrighausen told council. In general terms he talked of a foreign company that may now be enticed to invest in the Hopedale area instead of the more popular, or known areas

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jim@harrisonnewsherald.com CADIZ – With the void Republican Representative Andy Thompson (District 95) is leaving behind after his term limit comes to an end this year, two from Harrison County have picked up their respective flags and are moving forward. Earlier this year Don Jones, a teacher at Harrison Hills, announced his candidacy for the position where he will oppose Democrat Dan Milleson who announced his run last fall. Last Saturday, Jones held a meet and greet at the fairgrounds making the rounds with supporters and talked how he has supporters and friends on the democratic side, as well. Jones said his policies probably don’t differ a whole lot from Milleson’s as they both share the importance of improving the education standards. Both believe in work force development as he noted Milleson’s stance on that “but we also need to look at infrastructure and we’re going to have to look at the drug epidemic as well. Everyone wants to talk about it because it is a problem.” “There’s a lot of things that I think are the issues and I want to hear what other people have to say and then we’ll address those issues that people also feel are important…” Jones explained. He acknowledges money is scare when it comes to infrastructure projects where he touched on water and sewer systems needing replaced in just about every town. “Roads need to be better than

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Don Jones (left) candidate (R) for the soon-to-be vacated District 95 position that Andy Thompson currently holds talks with teacher Larry Bossell of the Belmont-Harrison Career Center last Saturday for a meet and greet at the Harrison County Fairgrounds. Jones’s opponent in the fall will be Dan Milleson (D).

what they are,” he said then compared the upkeep in infrastructure to keeping up a house while again, noting that it hasn’t happened like it should because of a lack of funding. When asked about the constant truck traffic traveling through the main square he basically said it’s taking the bad with the good, which he said comes with progress. “Are their alternatives? I think they’re probably are,” Jones said adding that everyone needs to be involved on the state and local levels and see what options are available. “You don’t want big trucks on small roads but in some situations it’s hard to get around,” he said. One issue Jones sounded adamant about was on business regulations. “Why is it so difficult for small businesses to get started?

I think there are a lot of regulations that are just ridiculous. I think we’ve over regulated the business climate in a lot of areas,” Jones stated. When it came to the subject of agriculture Jones stressed the importance of taking care of that industry. He called it one of the four main issues he holds important to go along with business, education and infrastructure. “As people bring issues to us those will be important as well. That’s what we want to look at as well,” Jones stated. “What do we need in different areas?” District 95 covers five counties that the winning candidate will be responsible for representing, where he noted that not all have the same interests or needs. “Everybody’s county is different and we want to listen to the people and see what they have to say,” Jones explained.

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4 BOWERSTON By Mary Anna Cotter Mary Anna Cotter, Deb Walko, and Carol Bower attended a reception at Carrollton in honor of Grand Ruth Brenda Sperber on ursday evening.  Mary Anna also received her 65 year membership pin from the Grand Chapter of Ohio.     Mary Anna Cotter also attended Italy night at Bolivar Chapter on Friday evening & the inspection and Buckeye Links meeting at Cambridge on Saturday. e Mother Child banquet will be held on May 12 at Trinity Church. Mark your calendar and call Nancy Berg or Toni Rippeth for tickets. UNIONPORT By Mary-Catherine Mull A baked steak dinner is being held April 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. in Unionport in the Wayne Township Community Center (e old Unionport School). Proceeds will go to current expenses. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Yaich and family of Columbus visited over Easter with Mr. and Mrs. George Yaich. e Unionport Girl Scouts hosted a special dinner and program for the senior citizens of the Unionport area recently. Everything was wonderful and thank you goes out to the girls. Shelly and Lois Faunda of Tuscalooska Alabama visited a few days with Fred, Betty and Matt Tipton and families. e Unionport Methodist Women will meet at 11 a.m. on April 18. Marlena Montgomery Unacasville, Connecticut, visited recently with Liz and Dorothy Spurrier and families. A memorial service was held for Sherman Montgomery (Marlena’s Husband) in Unionport at the Community Center. Unionport Methodist Church members presented a musical program Wednesday at the Gables Care Center in Hopedale. FREEPORT By Deb Milligan Freeport Farmer Sportsman Club will sponsor their annual kids fishing derby for kids ages 312 on May 12 at Twin Hills Park, 77720 Cummins Road, Freeport. Sign up at Woodland Outdoors or Twin Hills Park April 1 through May 1. Freeport-Lakeland Alumni Banquet will be July 14 at 1 p.m. at eo's in Cambridge. Harrison County Farm Bureau Promotion and Education Committee will sponsor their Annual Farm City Luncheon April 30 at Jewett Firehouse. Speakers will be Trang Moreland, Author "Just Smile and Say Hello.” Four Seasons Garden Club will take a tour at the Fred Holub Greenhouse in St. Clairsville on April 25. Clark Memorial Branch Library will sponsor their Annual Photography Show May 1 through May 18 Submit any pictures, any size, or format before April 30. On May 7 members of the Freeport Presbyterian Women will travel to the Harrison County Home where they will present a program with singing, inspirational readings, food, and fellowship. A veterans benefits presentation

will be held April 18 at 6 p.m. at Puskarich Public Library in Cadiz. e Outdoor Club will meet at the Piedmont Rest Area May 25 at 5:30 p.m. and will be hiking the Piedmont Lake Trail. Disabled Veterans Fishing Day is on May 6. e Harrison County Veterans Service Office along with Mingo Sportsman's Club, TriState Marine Corps Club and the Harrison County Ghost Gobblers are sponsoring a Disabled Veterans Fishing Day. Located at Lake Nacco and adjacent ponds on Mingo Sportsman Club grounds, the Lake is handicapped accessible and sponsored members and Veterans will be on hand to assist any Veteran and lunch will be provided. Veterans wishing to attend please call (740) 942-8441 to register. Stop in the new Freeport post office and say happy birthday to Freeport Postmaster Lou Romeston on April 18. Happy birthday-Anna Cook, John (Dewey) Bardall, Tate Bardall, Holly Brindley, and Keith Johnson. e community extends its sympathy to the family of Donna Lee Bower who was a graduate of Freeport High School. e community extends its sympathy to the family of Belinda Taggart of Uhrichsville who the family had a memorial service for with Pastor Jim Hauser and Pastor Brett Watertine at Rush School. God answers prayers. e community has been praying a long time and held a benefit for Bryan Sayre who’s receiving not one, but both lungs in November and has returned home in Freeport. Welcome home, Brian. Members of the Freeport Church of Christ held a surprise birthday party on their Preacher Josh Hetrick Sunday following worship service. Congratulations to Josh and Shannon Sayre on the birth of the daughter, Lillian who was born April 6, and welcomed home by a sister Lydia. Never be too busy to take time to praise God for all he has done. But keep praying for so many to the sick in the community along with those taking care of the sick Bob and Nancy Clendening, Boyd and Inez Hall, Paul & Sandy Luyster, Nancy Cramblett, Dalton Hinds, Norma Bell, Chris Gilpin, and Billie Borland. Lakeland Academy Community School names Brittani Reyser TJ's Gas & Go Student of the Month. March Star of the week includes Taleeny Cordray, Gavin Anigoni, Jaden Hart, and Jaiden Mansfield. Members of the Parent-Teachers Organization wishes to thank everyone who helped to raise money for equipment for the schools playground. e Happy Hatters (formerly Deersville Red Hat Mammas and Tappan's Red Hatters) will have their first meeting of the year on April 20 at noon at the Cadiz Country Club. Freeport Presbyterian Women’s Group will conduct the morning worship service at the Freeport Presbyterian Church at 9:30 a.m. Congratulations to Dover's Matt Engstrom who crossed the finish line first in the Union Hospital Run, who was also the winner of the Five Miler in Freeport. A Prayer Quilt was passed around Sunday at the Freeport United Methodist Church and everyone tied a knot while saying a prayer for members Nancy and

Bob Clendening. It will be delivered to them as we keep them in our prayers. Reminder-ee will be an annual Rigatoni Dinner with homemade ice cream along with a silent and Chinese auctions Sunday April 15 from 11am until 2 p.m. at the Freeport Fire House. All proceeds will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation which helps Team Serena who is a granddaughter to Charlie (the Barber) and Marty Bardall of Freeport. Freeport Sportsman Club sponsored Coyote tournament April 6, 7, and 8 with eight hunters and winner was Rob Laporte. Members of the club have set the upcoming dates. e 2018 Kids Fishing Derby for ages 3-12 will be May 12 at Twin Hills Park. You can sign up through May 1 at Woodland Outdoors or Twin Hills Park. en on April 28 will be their annual horse race at the Freeport fire house and you can now purchase your tickets from any sportsman for the race that begins at 7 p.m. April 26 will be opening day at 4 p.m. at Peoli Farms Produce Auction on State Route 258 Newcomerstown. Upcoming auctions will be May 3 and May 9t at 4 p.m. Upcoming dates: Lakeland Group Ministries Singsperation will be April 29 at "His Group Ministry" in Moorefield at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend and we need specials. You have until April 30t at 5 p.m. to submit any picture for the 20 years of pictures at Clark Memorial Library for the annual Photography Show. Freeport Class of 1966 will meet on June 21 at the Raider. SMITHFIELD By Esther McCoy e Jefferson County Veterans Association met at the Friendship Park office in Smithfield for the April meeting. John Kafana, vice president, conducted the meeting. Tom Hutkay and Brian Zack were welcomed as new members by the group. In a discussion about purchasing a Nutcracker resembling a military veteran, to be displayed at the Nutcracker Village during the Christmas holidays, members decided to postpone this for a time.  A breakfast such as those sponsored by the Jefferson County Veterans Commission is planned for June 27 at the Fairgrounds kitchen with K-9 dogs and their trainers demonstrating their work. A donation was made to the Jefferson County Veterans Museum and the group received a $100 donation from the Piney Fork American Legion Post 735. e Memorial Day service was discussed and will be held May 28 at the Veterans Memorial Wall at Friendship Park. Jane Hanlin, Jefferson County prosecuting attorney, will be the speaker and the Buckeye Local marching band will be providing the military music.  e memorial wall with veterans as far back as the Civil War is  listed on  bricks that are part of the wall will be expanded for the last time. A type of appropriate guardrail will be put around the wall area so cars cannot run into the wall and ATV vehicles can't enter and destroy the area. Work will start when the weather is fit. Charles Greene is the overseer, with the assistance of Rick Nale. e July meeting has been changed to July 11 as the original meeting day will be July 4, it was noted. e Jefferson County Farm Bureau Promotion and Educations committee met at Murray's Restaurant for a breakfast meeting with Jeanne Roberts presiding. She read "A Cup of Kindness" as the devotions. With National Week being March 18 through 24, the week after the meeting, members were given place mats highlighting activities the group had conducted throughout the year to take to restaurants in the county to use that week. ey were taken to the Gas Lite Restaurant, Frank's, Dove, Murrays, Scaffidi's, Fairway, King's and e Ville.  Several members went to the Jefferson County elementary schools to read "John Deereat's Who." Roberts announced that a meeting would be held at the Scio Pubic Library to further plans for the "Straight From the Heart" woman's seminar to be held in October.  e group worked with the Boy Scouting in Agriculture group for two years and plans to do so again this year. e program started with the Farm Bureau when Duayne Wetherell was president  and gained many volunteers along the way. e event received a County Activities of Excellence national award from the American Farm Bureau. e Ohio State University Extension, Soil and Water Conservation District and Division of Wildlife were involved as well.  Members made plans to attend the Carroll County Farm Bureau spring luncheon and the Harrison County Farm Bureau P&E  luncheon to be held April 30 at the Jewett Fire Department social room. May 11 there will be

a St. Florian Legislation Breakfast to be held at St. Florian Hall. State Rep. Jack Cerra, D-Bellaire will be one of the speakers. e group will have a booth at the Jefferson County Fair to be held Aug. 14 through 19 also. It was so nice that Bonnie Charnock, a Smithfield High School graduate, donated an oil painting she won in a drawing of the high school that housed students through 1972, when the Buckeye Local Schools consolidated, to Michelle Freeman, also a graduate of 1972 who is now in Dixon Health Care in Wintersville. e Smithfield Alumni sponsored the  drawing and the artist was Diana Holcombe, Smithfield mayor. e Smithfield Senior Citizens will celebrate the birth of their organization in the late 1970's with a luncheon held at Frank's Restaurant in Bloomingdale on April 17 at 1 p.m. Bernice Francis is the president. e Brilliant Lions Club is sponsoring a pulled pork dinner on April 22 starting at noon. is will be held in the Wells Township Community Center social hall. Included will be baked beans, coleslaw and a wide variety of cakes and pies, plus beverages, for $9 each ticket. ere are no children prices. DEERSVILLE By Susan Adams  Check out the Facebook page for the Deersville UM Church. Services are being live streamed. If one cannot attend, they can still receive the blessings.  Check out Facebook for the Deersville General Store for hours and happenings. I was just looking at all the food and it is making me hungry.  Kurt and Laura Peters have opened the store. Stop in for some pizza or a sub sandwich and top it off with the famous homemade ice cream.  Wednesdays at 5:55 p.m.: Bible Study at the Deersville UM Church with facilitator Mike Cunningham. Books are available for the new study, "God Is..." that will start April 4. e study is open to all in the church and surrounding community.  e Deersville UM Church will be hosting a weekly Grief Support Group called "Grief Share" starting Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. for 13 weeks. e Grief Share will help and give encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. e program is set up so one can start at any time. is is open to anyone in Harrison County. For more information contact Joy Miles (740) 658-3633 or Pastor Mike Cunningham (740) 9453000.  April 5 the Women of Mission of the Deersville UM Church held their regular meeting at the Holy Grounds Café in Dennison. President Kay Cochenour called the meeting to order by leading the group in the Reading of the Pledge. She then shared scripture Psalms 100. e minutes from the previous meeting and the Treasurer's Report were accepted as read. Holly Brindley took minutes in the absence of Secretary Sue Adams. In old business the group worked to finalize the Mothers Day Luncheon program "Hats Off to Moms" which will be held on May 5 at 1 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall of the Church. In new business the ladies voted to serve the Retired Teachers luncheon Sept. 21. e ladies will have a short meeting after church April 15 for committees to give a status report. e next regular meeting will be May 4 at 11 a.m. at the Fellowship Hall of the church. After lunch, the group will decorate for the Saturday luncheon.  April 8 the choir at the Deersville UM Church music special "Can He, Could He, Would He" was enlightening and enjoyable. ank you to all who share their talent.  April 9 at 11 a.m. the Woody Paul Blanket Mission met at the Deersville UM Church with 13 ladies making 15 blankets. A delicious pot luck lunch followed. In 2018 there has been 54 blankets made by 37 ladies. In 2017 there were 176 blankets made by 159 ladies. ese blankets have brought comfort and prayers to folks across the US, in Europe and South Africa.  April 20th at noon e Happy Hatter's (formerly Deersville Red Hat Mamma's and Tappan's Red Hatters) will be meeting at the Cadiz Country Club.  is will be the first get together in 2018. Come and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch, relax and enjoy the afternoon. Please call Marie Karl (740) 658-3274 or Sue Adams (740) 942-3137 by April 13 with your reservation. Bring a friend.  April 28 the 11th Annual Woman's Retreat "Angels Abound", Deersville UM Church from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Special Music. Lunch Provided. Love Offering- proceeds benefit the Woody Paul Blanket Mission. Contact Penelope Clark (740) 922-7522 or Nancy Sukosd (740) 922-1961.  April 29 at 6:30 p.m. the Lakeland Group Ministries will be

Saturday, April 14, 2018 holding a Singspiration at His Word Ministries in Moorefield. Come out and participate in this wonderful evening of music and testimony. ere will be a short message. A free will offering will be taken with proceeds going to the Freeport Food Cupboard. May 5 at 1 p.m. will be a Mother's Day Luncheon at the Deersville UM Church hosted by the Women of Mission. It will be about "Hats Off to Moms.” It is open to ladies of Deersville and the surrounding area. ere is no charge. Come, wear your favorite hat and enjoy a delightful lunch and fellowship.  Green Valley 4-H are still collecting new and used cards for their community service project. ey repurpose the cards and send thousands to hospitals, nursing homes and overseas. But they need your help. You can drop cards off at the Cadiz Sr. Center or Jefferson Landmark in Cadiz. e Deersville Community eatre will be presenting the musical Mary Poppins Jr. is production will be on June 14, 15, 16, and 17. e historic theatre is located on Main St, Deersville, Ohio next door to the Deersville General Store. I understand all the characters have been filled and the practices have started. Follow the Deersville Community eatre Facebook page for more information.  If anyone has a news item, please feel free to call me at (740) 9423137.   HOPEDALE By Keele Ross e Village of Hopedale and Green Township are working together to help residents. ere will be community clean up event for Mary 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hopedale VFD parking lot. Furniture, mattresses, large appliances will be accepted. Tires will be accepted for auto and light trucks. e tires must be off the rims. No electronics, no refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers or anything with Freon. Call (333) 627-7311 to make arrangements for unwanted household items. Need a tan or haircut? en stop by Hopedale Hari and Tanning at 405 Normal Street. Make an appointment by calling (740) 491-3084. $12 haircuts are available. Also, open now for evenings. e Hopedale Holiday and events committee will be having a meeting at the Legion on April 19 at 6:30 p.m. Plans are in the making for this year’s community days which is June 1 and 2. e public is invited to attend the meeting and van be a part of this community’s event. Hope to see you there. Another new business in town. It’s called Hopedale Flower Company and is located at 424 B Mill Street. Phone number for the business is (740) 792-8150 with hours of operation being Monday, Tuesday, ursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon. Closed on Sundays. Owner Josh Richards said a grand opening will be held April 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. with the first 20 customers getting 20 percent off coupon. e business officially opened April 2. Good luck to you Josh. Belated April birthday wishes to: Cindy Browning, Robin Pritchard, Bobbi Agin. Happy birthday thoughts to: Josh Richards, Rich Heavilin, Crystal Phillipson (Cadiz), Holly Smith and any and all others that I forgot or don’t know about. Get well thoughts to Norma Arnold, Joe Case, Goldie Stark, Dianna Dunlap, Laura Fry, Lanny Walker and all others who are sick in any way. Take care of yourselves. Sympathy to the David Hill family on his passing. Do you watch channel 9? If so, you would’ve seen our own Karen Jochims on the “I’m morning ready in Hopedale” commercial. Great to see a familiar face from town for a happy reason. Stop by or call the Legion at (740) 9379995 for wing night every Wednesday. Flavors are: sweet and sassy, sweet chili, buffalo ranch, garlic parm, BBQ, plain and extra hot. Get them naked or breaded. Cost is $8 to eat in, or $9 for take out. I’m going to end this by saying: 1) A person who feels appreciated will always do more then what is expected. 2) People want to feel special, important and appreciated. 3) Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you’ll look back and realize they were the big things. 4) People will never truly understand something until it happens to them. 5) If God brings you to it; he’ll bring you through it. Until next column, have an amazing week, take care even if it’s cold. Keep thinking Spring. God bless. SCIO By Ina Marks e Scio V.F.D. Ladies Auxiliary will be hosting Burger Night April 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the R.J. Spiker Fire house in Scio. Fresh burger off the grill with the works, fresh cut fries, and drink for $6. Dine in or carry out. Come join

for a good meal. e Scio Elevian Club will meet on April 17 at the library at 2 p.m. ere will be an auction. All proceeds are used local as needed. e Merry Whirl Card Club will meet at the home of Ina Marks on April 21 at 11:30 a.m. e Dining Fork Ruritans will be attending the Spring Banquet at the Amish Door on April 21. Happy birthday wishes go out to great granddaughter Lorilai Lawver of Freeport for her 16th, Michelle Mills of Carrollton and all others celebrating. Also one’s celebrating anniversaries. Prayers and best wishes go out to Tracy (love you) and all others needing prayer. Bless you. Sympathy and prayers go out to the family and friends of David Hill, Roger Howes, Montford Patton, Eliza Williams, Johnny Wise, Raymond Zitko, Brandon Howell, and all others that have lost loved ones. You will be greatly missed. Bless you. Good people make for a good town! Warm weather is on its way! JEWETT By Ruby Foutz Tri-County Help Center met with the approval of the Harrison County Commissioners to recognize and announce April as Sexual Assault Awareness and Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month. As part of this proclamation it asks for people to work together in order to better educate the community in preventing sexual assault, support survivors and to speak out against the attitudes and actions that are harmful and lead to sexual assault. I was a rape crisis counselor for five years and during that time many innocent children and adults were hurt mentally and physically by sexual assault. It was difficult for many to tell the judge what had happened and most survivors will live with this hurt forever. If you see or hear anything going on that is wrong, report it immediately. Let's work together in helping protect the innocents. Report what you can to TriCounty Help Center, (740) 942-1018. So sorry to hear that Rob Sterling will be bidding farewell to his job as Harrison County Engineer this summer. He had worked more than 20 years, knew the county well, worked hard and did a good job, met a lot of people and will be missed by many when he leaves. Best wishes to you Rob. Please keep the "Look of the Past" pictures coming. I'm sure they bring back a lot of memories to many. Loved the picture of Howard Taft arrives in Cadiz. Excellent work. I want to thank the Cadiz Boy Scouts for the beautiful thank you card they made for me for doing a program (speaking and playing the piano and singing). Keep practicing the song I taught you Oh How I Love Jesus. Happy birthday wishes to some of my favorite people: John Javersak, Donna Wilson Spence, Imogene Findling Compher, Barbara Stevens Birney, and Betty Albright. Happy Anniversary to Sandy & Chester Carman and Earl & Cheryl Dometrovich Statzer. Prayers and get well wishes to Terry Pyles, Ellen Orr, Katie English, Shirley Rogers, Louise Frontz, Jeff axton, and my Bible Study Group at Gables Apartments. Sympathy & prayers to the families of Russell Maroni, James O'Neil, David H. Hill, Roger R. Howes, Eliza Paige Williams, Johnny "Amos" Wise, Raymond J. Zitko, and our dear friend Montford "Monty" C. Patton, he was 91 years old. Monty stayed busy even at the ripe old age of 91. He had a lot of sick bouts but he always had a smile for everyone and enjoyed people. He was such a nice person and will be missed by many. RIP Monty. AbC- All 'bout Christ church, Jewett, would like to leave you with a word from Isaiah 58:7-8, please study this verse and I pray that this will help you in life. God bless you all, from Rev. Dr. Ruby Foutz, (740) 946-2010 or (740) 946-2925. NEW RUMLEY By Donna Jean Haney Every Friday evening at 6 p.m. Stephanie’s Auction will be held at the former Wood’s Grocery Store in Jewett. Last Tuesday New Rumley United Methodist Church served a free lunch. It was attended. April 26 from 5 to 6 p.m. dinner will be served in the Fellowship Hall at the United Methodist New Rumley Church. Everyone is invited. is is a free dinner. April 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. the Ohio Valley District UMW will hold their annual spring meeting at the United Methodist New Rumley Church. Every Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 7:30 there is Bible study at the United Methodist New Rumley Church. Everyone is invited to attend.


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Champion Dirt Movers: Crew of the 46-C Pit of Bradford No. 1 Mine set a record for number of cubic yards of overburden (rock and soil covering coal) removed during a month time with one shovel. They are, left to right, first row: Julius Calamita, oiler; H.P. Applegarth, dozer operator; Jerome White, oiler; second row - Foreman Pete Singer, Roy Grafton, dozer operator; L.K. Snodgrass, shovel runner; Andy Bauer, chief electrician; and Dan Smith, electrician. The Harrison Coal and Reclamation Historical Park will be having their Annual Dinner and Auction May 12 at Wallace Lodge, Sally Buffalo Park. Tickets are $18. Doors open at 5PM, dinner at 6 p.m. and auction at 8 p.m.. For tickets call Dale Davis (740) 391-4135. The HCRHP works to preserve the history of mining; the equipment and the men who mined the "Black Gold".

SHERIFF’S REPORT THEFTS April 8, a Jewett woman reported approximately $600 stolen from her home after observing a rear door had been pried open and other disturbances in the home. COMPLAINTS April 8, a Scio woman reported her rear license plate missing. A suspect was named but no further information was reported. April 8, William H. Belknap Jr., 61, of 25353 Giner Road, Freeport, was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, seatbelt, and no tail lights/license plate light. April 6, William Hidey, 61, of 38755 Bower Road, Scio was cited for open container liquoroperator or and consumption of liquor in motor vehicle. April 6, a Scio man reported hitting a pothole on Main Street in Scio and breaking the ball joint, causing a crack on the body and damage to the side wheel and rim. COUNTY COURT CIVIL April 3 (satisfied date), CACH, LLC, P.O. Box 436709 Louisville, Ky, plaintiff-vs-Leslie L. Phillips, 82795 Tippecanoe Road, Tippecanoe, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $992.09. April 5 (satisfied date), Midland Funding LLC, Midland Funding De LLC, 2365 Northside Drive Ste 300, San Diego, Ca., plaintiff-vsKeith Lucas, 420 Park Ave., Cadiz, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $6,782.33. April 3 (judgment date), Portfolio Recovery Accoc. LLC, 140 Corporate Boulevard, Norfolk, Va., plaintiff-vsMichelle D. McCarthy, Aka Michelle D> Fraley, 79305 Freeport Tippecanoe, Tippecanoe, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $2,360.11. April 3 (judgment date), Portfolio Recovery Accoc. LLC, 140 Corporate Boulevard, Norfolk, Va., plaintiff-William Hall, 186 East Main Street,

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Hopedale, defendant. Action: In favor of plaintiff for $1,114.16. TRAFFIC April 2, Orean A. Sutton, 31990 Clendening Lake Road, Freeport, driver license required, head lights and trailer equipment, $75 fine plus costs, 90 days to pay. April 2, Michael R. Zonkoski III, 76155 Cadiz New Athens Road, Cadiz, stop sign, $75 fine plus costs. April 2, Steve T. Sites, 19726 Highway K, Blackwater, Mo., violation spc permit, $75 fine plus costs. April 3, Spotswood H. Green, 125 Reichart Ave., Wintersville, no mc/endorse and turn signals, $450 fine plus costs with $200 suspended, six months unsupervised probation, 20 hours community service hours suspended, 90 days to pay. April 3, David A. Treharne, 2860 Kendall Road, Copley, tag/sticker violation, $50 fine plus costs. April 4, Amber N. Board, 451 North Main Street, Apt. 13, Cadiz, no operator license, $150 fine plus costs, 90 days to pay. April 4, Terra L. Phillips, 493 Davy Crockett Lane, Hurricane, Wv., no operator license, $150 fine plus costs. April 4, Donald Evans II, 6798 County Road 10, Adena, no operator license, $150 fine plus costs, 90 days to pay. April 4, Kurt D. Roudebush, 176 Faircrest Street SW, Canton, fail to control, $75 fine plus costs. April 5, Charles R. Walker, 62796 3rd Ave., Cambridge, stop sign, $75 fine plus costs. April 5, Trey D. Williams, 6061 Columbia Road NW, Dover, no operator license, $150 fine plus costs, 30 days to pay. April 5, Arthur Joseph II, 170 Crawford, Wintersville, fictitious registration, registration violation and loud exhaust, $200 fine plus costs, 90 days to pay. April 5, Joshua R. Zucal, 409 West 12th Street, Dover, no operator license, $150 fine plus costs, 30 days to pay. April 5, Trevor S. Richard, 81 Grandview Ave., Zanesville, head lights, $100 fine plus costs,

30 days to pay. April 5, Randall N. Clemens, 330 South Philadelphia Street, Freeport, driving under suspension and willful/wnt oper and head lights, $350 fine plus costs, 12 months unsupervised probation, 20 hours community service suspended, 90 days to pay. April 5, John C. Trushel, 626 Webb Ave., Cadiz, hit skip, $1,000 fine plus costs with $600 suspended, 180 days jail with 177 suspended, six months probation, eligible for D.I.P. program, shall pay restitution as may be ordered, 90 days to pay. April 5, Andrew R. Rogers, 402 West 11th Street, Dover, ACDA, $100 fine plus costs. April 6, Barry L. Harubin, 9 Hill Street, Adena, registration violation, $70 fine plus costs. April 6, Megan A. Keener, 112 West Main Street, Jewett, stop sign, $75 fine plus costs. CRIMINAL April 2, Glen Noonkester, 91350 Uniport Road, Bloomingdale, possession marijuana and domestic violence, $850 fine plus costs with $500 suspended, 108 days jail with 100 suspended, six months probation, 60 days to complete anger management counseling assessment & follow through at own expense, no contact with victim, 90 days to pay. April 4, Justin L. Sturgeon, 727 North Wayne Street, Piqua, possession drug paraphernalia and possession marijuana, $200 fine plus costs, 60 days to pay. April 5, Morgan J. Spencer, 3475 Wesley Chapel Road, Zanesville, possession marijuana, $100 fine plus costs, 30 days to pay. ere were 30 speeding and eight seat belt violations.

CLERK OF COURT DOMESTIC April 3 (file date), Deanna Fedorko, 49565 High Street Road, Cadiz, plaintiff-vsJonathan Fedorko, 4869 Magnolia Pointe Lane, #102, Myrtle Beach, Sc., defendant. Action: Termination with children. April 6 (file date), Brent Bear,

254 Cemetery Hill Road, Freeport, plaintiff-vs-Amanda Bear, 254 Cemetery Hill Road, Freeport, defendant. Action: Termination with children. CIVIL March 29 (file date), Us Bank National Association, 9990 Richmond Suite 100, Houston, Tx., plaintiff-vs-Leslie Michelle Dalton, 86078 Miller Station Road, Hopedale, defendant. Action: Foreclosures. RECORDER April 2-6, 2018 Rick Kigar to, Shawn Herron, Scio Village. Ivan Zivcic, dec’d to, Marija Zivcic, Archer Township. Marija Zivcic to, Ivica Zivcic, Archer Township. Michael V. Zivcic, et al to, Ivica Zivcic, Archer Township. Ivica Zivcic to, Michael V. Zivcic, Archer Township. Liggett Enterprises LTD to, Harrison Hills City School District, Cadiz Village. Leslie J. Applegarth to, Donna Guzman, New Athens Village. Helen Virginia Porter, dec’d to, Charlotte Gatts, et al, Archer Township. Sheryl S. Biafora, et al to, Richard P. Finney, Harrisville Village. Jack A. Elson to, Patricia Jane Dahlem, et al, Hopedale Village. Paul F. Prevot, et ux to, John Everhart, et ux, Jewett Village & Rumley Township. Robert Jones to, Erick Anthony Roberts, et ux, Cadiz Township. Charles Turner, et ux to, Charles Hnery Sell, et ux, Shortcreek Township. PROBATE MARRIAGE APPLICATION REPORT April 2, 2018 through April 6, 2018 Zachary Curtis Jones, 21, of 35000 Jones Road, Freeport and Cheyenne Sierra Wood, 19, of 44936 Center Unity Road, Jewett. Chad Edward Miller, 43, of 41337 Lower Clearfork Road, Cadiz and Rebecca Sue Haught, 40, of 128 W. Steuben Street, Bloomingdale.

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Obituaries

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Donnal K. Trimmer Donnal K. Trimmer, 75, of Unionport, Ohio. died in his home, Fri. April 6. He was born June 29, 1942, son of the late Doyle and Dorothy Johnson Trimmer. Also preceding him was an infant brother, Terry. In 1960, he graduated from Wayne High School, Bloomingdale, and married his wife Karen Blanchard July 27, 1968. He was a member of the Unionport Christian Church. He worked for

Wayne Township as superintendent for over 30 years. Besides his wife, Karen, Donnal has a daughter Michelle Johnson and her husband Rusty of Carrollton, Ohio. His brother Jerry Trimmer of Unionport, and two grandchildren Nicholas and Richard Johnson of Carrollton, Ohio. Services were held at Blackburn Funeral Home, 324 High St., Hopedale, Ohio with Pastor Hubert Grainger officiating. Burial followed in Unionport Cemetery.

Russell H. Maroni Russell H. Maroni, 84, of Cadiz, died Sunday, April 8, at Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz, surrounded by his loving family. He was born May 11, 1933 in Martins Ferry, Ohio, a son of the late Patsy and Rebecca Leisure Maroni. Russ was retired from Consolidation Coal Company and served on the Mine Safety Committee. He was a strong supporter of the United Mine Workers of America. He loved sports and followed his favorite teams, e Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland Browns, and the Cleveland Indians. He was a devoted father, grandfather and great grandfather. Russ loved spending time with his family and walking his silky terrier Rocky at Sally Buffalo Park. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his

wife of 56-years, Marilyn Marie McDevitt Maroni; sisters Lena Miloski, Rose Adkinson and Angeline Makuch; and brothers, Tony Maroni and Herman Maroni. Surviving are his children, Debra and her husband, Gary Bower of Garland, TX, Cindy and her husband, Joe Gralewski of Pittsburgh, Pa., Russ and his wife Jackie Maroni of Strasburg, Ohio, Chuck Maroni of Bradenton, Fla., and Charlie Maroni of Cadiz, Ohio; seven grandchildren; and 21 great grandchildren. Services were held ursday at Clark-Kirkland Funeral home in Cadiz with Rev. Timothy Monteith officiating. Burial followed at Cadiz Union Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.clarkkirkland.com.

James L. O'Neil James L. O'Neil, 74, of Cadiz, died Friday, April 6, at Trinity Medical Center, West in Steubenville. He was born March 14, 1944 in Wheeling, W.Va., a son  of the late John W. and Katherine Pauline Skinner O'Neil. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a twin brother, Jerry Lewis  O'Neil.  Jim was a retired employee of the Consolidation Coal Company, Georgetown Preparation  Plant. He was a member the First Church of Christ in Cadiz; Harrison Lodge 219, F. & A.M.; the Scottish Rite, Valley of Steubenville; the Cadiz American Legion; and the Marine Corps League of Weirton.  He was a Marine Corps Veteran of the Vietnam Era. Surviving are his wife Anna

Miner O'Neil; a son, John O'Neil of Cadiz; a daughter, Stacy Shiplett of Akron; four grandsons; two granddaughters;  four great  grandchildren; a brother John L. (Joline) O'Neil of Burbank, Calif.; a sister,  Susan (William) Greene of Las Vegas, Nev.; and an aunt, Janice Walker of Akron. Services were held Friday at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home in Cadiz, Ohio with Paul Giffin officiating Burial followed at Cadiz Union Cemetery.  Military honors were performed by the Tri State Marine Corps Club. Memorial contributions may be made to Puskarich Public Libaray, 200 E. Market St.,  Cadiz, OH 43907. Online condolences may be made at www.clark-kirkland.com.

Virginia Dunfee Duve Virginia Dunfee Duve, 94, of Cadiz, died ursday, April 12, at the Harrison County Home. She was born Aug. 29, 1923 in Jewett, Ohio, a daughter of the late Harry and Isabell Lucas Allen. A member of Scott United Methodist Church in Cadiz, Virginia was a Rosie the Riveter during WW II. She is the oldest member of the Jewett VFW Auxiliary and was a member of the Cadiz American Legion Auxiliary, and the Harrison County Democratic Women's Club. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Paul Dunfee in 1980; her second husband, Victor Duve in 2000 and a granddaughter, Abigail "Abby" Dunfee. Surviving are two sons: P.A. (Christi) Dunfee of Lakeside, Ohio and Timothy (Amie) Dunfee

of Cadiz; three grandchildren: Tim (Adrienne) Dunfee of Claremont, Calif., Jacob (Emily) Dunfee of Marblehead, Ohio, and Corie (Ben) ompson of Delaware, Ohio; seven great grandchildren, Ryan, Trent, Jordan, Grant, Molly, Elizabeth, and Jack; and a brother, William Allen of New Philadelphia, Ohio. Calling hours will be Monday, April 16 from 12 until time service at 1 p.m. at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz with Rev. Henry Mooney and Rev. Timothy Montieth officiating. Burial will follow at Fairview Gardens Cemetery, Jewett, Ohio. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jewett VFW Auxiliary, c/o Mary Jo Dutton, P.O. Box 224. Jewett, OH 43986. e memorial guestbook may be signed at www.clark-kirkland.com.

Letters to the Editor Letter to the Editor: e Harrison County Agricultural Society would like to thank each and every person who helped, donated or supported our Annual Spring Fundraiser. Without the support of our fair community, this fundraiser would not be possible. A huge thank you to the ladies of the Franklin Museum for the wonderful meal they provided. Special thanks to Kyle from Woodland Supply for taking the time to be there. To all other businesses and

individuals who donated items for the auction we thank you! e Annual Spring Dinner Fundraiser continues to be a great fundraiser for our county fair. is was the first year that the event was held on the fairgrounds and it was great to have more space and allow more people to attend the event. Once again, thank you for your support. See you at the fair June 25-30th. Harrison County Agricultural Society Don Jones, President Amy Edwards, Secretary

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FIRE & ICE R E P O R T A weekly wrap-up of what’s going on in High School, Collegiate and Professional sports

Who’s hot?

By DJ WATSON

1. Barnesville Baseball – The Rocks are off to a sizzling start down in Belmont County! A roster full of solid pitching will get you to a 7-1 record more often than not, having most recently shut out Martins Ferry 8-0. Special props to Head Coach D.J. Butler who has been involved with Harrison Central Athletics in various roles throughout the years. 2. Villanova Men’s Basketball - the Wildcats dropped Michigan earlier this month in the March Madness finale. Hanging a NCAA Championship banner in the rafters of the Wells Fargo Center for the second time in three years isn’t too bad. 3. Pittsburgh Pirates the Jolly Roger is flying in the Steel City. The Buccos are 8-3 and sit atop the NL Central by a full two games. The Fire and Ice staff must question anyone claiming to have predicted this start after the departure of Andrew McCutchen last year! #Raiseit 4. OVAC Class 4A Baseball – coming into this past week’s action, the top four teams were a combined 14-0. While things have certainly changed (hint: the Huskies upset Steubenville Big Red this week!) it will still be a tough ticket to punch come OVAC Tournament time at the end of the month. 5. Las Vegas Golden Knights - America’s feel good team picked up the franchise’s first Stanley Cup Playoff victory in the club’s very first playoff game, fighting off the LA Kings 1-0. If you don’t have a favorite team for this year’s Cup chase, these are your guys. #VegasStrong 6. Notre Dame Women’s Basketball - Columbus played host to the Fighting Irish’ 61-58 Championship victory over Mississippi State. Many local sports enthusiasts made the trip to the capital city and all

accounts were that the venue and atmosphere were amazing. 7. Conotton Valley Baseball - it is a good time to be a Rocket. The club has jumped out to a 3-1 start behind the arm of Kris Hostetler. The mound hurler is 2-0 with an impressive 27 strikeouts through 19 innings of work. Oh and let us not forget the additional excitement surrounding the 2018 campaign…the Bowerston boys debuted the newly built Jim Monigold Field this past Wednesday evening with a 3-1 victory over the Strasburg Tigers. Who’s not?

1. Cincinnati Reds – well… the Redlegs are experiencing a very different start in comparison to their division rival Pirates. To sum things up, a record of 2-9 through the first 11 will land just about anyone firmly in last place in their respective division, and not to add insult to injury here, but it is also the worst mark in the Bigs! 2. Union Local Baseball - the Jets are running into some early season turbulence on the tarmac in Morristown. Winless through their first five outings, the Buckeye Eight South club will come into the weekend still searching for win number one. 3. OVAC Softball -the five class field has a total of nine teams still searching for their first win of the season. No reason to panic however, this past week has been the first stretch that many teams have been able to get on an actual filed with some consistency. But it is probably worth noting that the OVAC Tournament cutoff dates are fast approaching and Mother Nature could be the honorary number one seed in each class!

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By D.J. WATSON Nh Sports Writer

CADIZ – is past Tuesday’s 63 victory over Steubenville Big Red was a big deal for a number of different reasons. For starters, Head Coach Mike Valesko always challenges his players with one of the toughest schedules around, and the Huskies hadn’t beat the annual powerhouse since the Final Four season of 2013. In that time, the juggernaut ran up six straight victories over the Huskies, outscoring them with a commanding 58-12 margin. Additionally, Big Red came into the matchup with a perfect record of 5-0, meaning a Huskies (4-3) victory re-ignited hope of qualifying for the OVAC tournament in a weather-wrecked 2018 season. Finally, the Huskies were coming off of back-to-back deflating defeats at the hands of their rival St. Clairsville. Long story short, Tuesday’s win could change the course of a very soggy season to date. e Big Red upset at Mazeroski Field propelled the Huskies into a momentum building victory the very next night against a winless Union Local Jets club. In a high scoring affair, Harrison rode a four run first inning and a five run fifth to an 11-8 triumph in the must win matchup. In the fifth, sophomore Andrew Clelland cleared the loaded bases with a triple to right field, scoring Austin Chappell, Colson Dalton, and Chance Hursey to make the game 10-4. Chappell, Dalton, and Hursey all sprayed the diamond with singles to set up the game-breaking sequence, and Clelland would trot home a few

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Harrison Central pitcher Chance Hursey worked a complete game victory over the Union Local Jets this past Wednesday. The Huskies topped the Jets 11-8.

pitches later after a Jets pickoff attempt went awry. In the opening half inning, the Huskies labored Union Local pitcher Tyler Kildow to the tune of three singles and a base on balls. Before the Jets (0-5) had even gotten into the batter’s box, they were trailing 4-0. However, that doesn’t mean they simply hung up the batting gloves for the night. e bottom of the fourth inning saw the Huskies 6-2 lead quickly shrink to 6-4, and albeit short-lived, the Jets had really tightened up the scoreboard in a game that seemed the Huskies were in complete control of. Even after a five run

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Austin Chappell and Colson Dalton receive base-running direction from Harrison Head Coach Mike Valesko during this past Wednesday’s game in Morristown.

Garaway defeats Lady Huskies 14-6 By ED BANKS

Nh Sports Writer

CADIZ - Garaway got off the bus in Sally Buffalo Park on Monday evening, and set out to collect a win at the expense of the Huskies. ey would score one run in the first inning and two in the second, on their way to a 14-6 win. Shaniel Nameth would take the loss from the mound. She would have a pair of strikeouts and issued four walks. Nameth didn't do a bad job as the hurler for the Huskies, it was that the Pirates were all-over anything that looked like a strike. Besides their three runs in the first two

innings, Garaway punched across four additional scores in the third inning, and three in the sixth and four in their final at-bats. Harrison would have a good fifth inning while scoring five digits. ey would score their final run in in the sixth. Errors contributed to the outcome of the contest, but was not the major factor. Joclyn Peshak and Kobey Johson each had three singles on the night to pace the Huskies offense. Nameth added a two-run double, and both Laken Ward and Becca Boyer had two-run hits. e loss put the Huskies at a record of 1-3 record.

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Visiting Garaway defeated the Lady Huskies 14 to 6 on Monday evening in Cadiz. Shaniel Nameth, (pictured as she prepares to deliver to the plate) would take the loss from the mound. She would have a pair of strikeouts and issued 4 walks. The loss put the Huskies at a record of 1- 3 record.

Husky girls and boys both place 2nd at Shadyside By ED BANKS

Nh Sports Writer

SHADYSIDE - e Harrison Central girls would score 107 points, and the boys 149 for

both squads to finish in second place, following the Ohio Valley Track League held this week in Shadyside. In the girls 1600 and 3200 meters Harrison's Jasmine

Arnold was 1st at 5:50.08 and 12.43.08 respectfully. ea Haney won the shot put for the Huskies with a throw of 95 feet, 7 inches. For the boys, Tyler West claimed the100 meters at

11.66 and the 200 meters at 23.91. West would also took the high jump at his previous record jump at 6.0. Prent McDonald was first in the long jump with a 19 feet, 6 inch jump.

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Saturday

Mar. 24

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Hilliard Bradley High School

11:00AM

Monday

Mar. 26

@ Buckeye Local High School

Buckeye Local High School

5:00PM

Tuesday

Mar. 27

Steubenville Catholic Central HS

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Wednesday Mar. 28

Buckeye Local High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Saturday

Mar. 31

@ DH with Ridgewood & Harrison @ Edison

DH with Ridgewood & Harrison @ Edison

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Monday

Apr. 02

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Wednesday Apr. 04

Place

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Bellaire High School

5:00PM

Bellaire High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Friday

Apr. 06

St. Clairsville High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Monday

Apr. 09

@ St. Clairsville High School

St. Clairsville High School

5:00PM

Tuesday

Apr. 10

Wednesday Apr. 11

Steubenville High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

@ Union Local High School

Union Local High School

5:00PM

Friday

Apr. 13

Union Local High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Saturday

Apr. 14

Maysville High School

Harrison Central High School

1:00PM

Monday

Apr. 16

Wednesday Apr. 18

Martins Ferry High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

@ Martins Ferry High School

Martins Ferry High School

5:00PM

Friday

Apr. 20

Indian Creek High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Saturday

Apr. 21

OPEN DATE (OVAC 4A SEMI-FINAL)

Harrison Central High School

TBA

Monday

Apr. 23

Richmond Edison High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Tuesday

Apr. 24

@ Garaway High School

Garaway High School

5:00PM

Wednesday Apr. 25

@ Steubenville High School

Steubenville High School

5:00PM

Friday

@ Indian Creek High School

Indian Creek High School

5:00PM

Apr. 27

Saturday

Apr. 28

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OPEN DATE

TBA

Monday

Apr. 30

Wheeling Park High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

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Mar. 24

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Monday

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Tuesday

Mar. 27

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Wednesday Mar. 28

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Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Monday

Apr. 02

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Bellaire High School

5:00PM

Tuesday

Apr. 03

Wednesday Apr. 04

@ Steubenville High School

Steubenville High School

5:00PM

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Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Friday

Apr. 06

St. Clairsville High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Monday

Apr. 09

@ St. Clairsville High School

St. Clairsville High School

5:00PM

Tuesday

Apr. 10

Wednesday Apr. 11

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Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

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Union Local High School

5:00PM

Friday

Apr. 13

Union Local High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Saturday

Apr. 14

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Harrison Central High School

2:30PM

Monday

Apr. 16

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Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

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Martins Ferry High School

5:00PM

Thursday

Apr. 19

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Richmond Edison High School

5:00PM

Friday

Apr. 20

Indian Creek High School

Harrison Central High School

5:00PM

Saturday

Apr. 21

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Apr. 24

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Mar. 24

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Tuesday

Mar. 27

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Saturday

Mar. 31

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4:00PM

Tuesday

Apr. 10

@ OVTL @ Shadyside

OVTL @ Shadyside

4:30PM

Saturday

Apr. 14

@ Sandy Valley Invite

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Tuesday

Apr. 17

@ OVTL @ Shadyside

OVTL @ Shadyside

4:30PM

Saturday

Apr. 21

@ New Philly Invite

New Philly Invite

10:00AM

Tuesday

Apr. 24

@ Buckeye 8 Championship

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4:00PM

Friday

Apr. 27

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UNION LOCAL INVITE

4:00PM

Tuesday

May. 01

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O.V.A.C. @ St. Clairsville

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Thursday

May. 03

@ O.V.A.C. @ St. Clairsville

O.V.A.C. @ St. Clairsville

4:00PM

Saturday

May. 05

@ O.V.A.C. @ St. Clairsville

O.V.A.C. @ St. Clairsville

10:00AM

Tuesday

May. 08

@ OVTL @ Shadyside

OVTL @ Shadyside

4:30PM

Saturday

May. 12

@ Barnesville Invite

Barnesville Invite

Thursday

May. 17

@ OHSAA District @ West Holmes OHSAA District @ West Holmes

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Saturday

May. 19

9:00AM

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10:00AM

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May. 24

@ OHSAA Regional @ Muskingum OHSAA Regional @ Muskingum University University

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Saturday

May. 26

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10:00AM

Friday

Jun. 01

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Saturday

Jun. 02

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2018 Harrison Central Boys Track & Field (in no particular order): DeJuan Caldwell, Michael Downs, Trenton McDonald, Jacob Shoup, Bryce Arbaugh, Cody Gamble, Preston Haney, Sam McClelland, Tyler West, Blaine Milliken, Adam Ripley, Mark Smith, Kyler Strouble, Kanyon Coleman, Logan Laney, Nathan Willis, Isaiah White, Eric Williams, Nicholas Coffland, Jakob Cowans, Eric Leech, Jory Marvin, Cale McAfee.

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From PG. 6 Harrison fifth pushed the tally back to a daunting 11-4 mark, the Jets came back in the home half and poked two runners around the bags for two runs. Two more runs came in the bottom of the seventh, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Harrison’s five spot in the fifth. Hursey drove the full two and a half hour haul from the hill against the Jets, picking up the complete game victory for the Huskies, while also registering his first mound “W” of the season. As a team, Harrison outhit Buckeye Eight rival Union Local 14-10, with Logan Tonkovich’s three singles and four RBIs’ leading the effort. J.R. Heavilin, Hursey, Dalton, Chappell, and Clelland all had a multiple hit game, with senior Logan Elliott adding a first inning single for good measure. Elliott’s pitching performance against Steubenville is another highlight of the busy week for the Huskies. Just like Hursey against the Jets, Elliott was the only Harrison player to toe the rubber against Big Red. It was a game management type of start, as the senior hurler and the Huskies fell behind 1-0 in the top of the second, only to

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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Local soldier to be remembered during walk at Sally Buffalo Park BY ESTHER MCCOY Nh Contributor

CADIZ - Luke Mallernee was home on leave from Operation Iraq Freedom with the 1487th Army Transport Unit out of Dover in 2004. But the disaster of war was not as destructive as a four-wheeled vehicle. He had an auto accident with his fiancée, Kim Bishop of Cadiz, accompanying him in the car. Both were killed in the wreck. His mother, Nancy Cunningham, tells the story of her son who graduated from Trinity Christian Academy in Steubenville and enrolled in the Army National Guard. After several years, he was sent to Iraq in the hunt for Saddam Hussein. en he was awarded the Bronze Star for heroic and meritorious achievement in a combat zone in Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq and received an award for 100 percent success in every mission.

at is what the family has left to remember their son and his fiancée. But on April 29, a walk in memory of her son will be observed as part of America’s Run for the Fallen, stretching from California to Arlington Cemetery. omas Mitchell, Ohio Chapter director of Honor and Remember, will be present at the event to be held at Sally Buffalo Park, with a mile walk around the  lake, and at 3:48 p.m. EST he will present Honor and Remember flags to Luke's mother, Nancy Cunningham and Luke's father. ere is a daughter, Angela omas, as well. is will be the same minute but in a different time zone in Arizona at 12:48. at is when the America's Run for the Fallen runners moving through the many states will reach the spot designated for Mallernee and where a willing Blue Star mother, one who has a child serving in the military,  will  accept a flag in Luke's honor.

"is is such a precious thing for her to do as I can't be out there," Cunningham said. e local walk around the lake is arranged by friends and fellow veterans. ere will be the ceremony of the Honor and Remember flag presentations, raffle items, a 50-50 event and possibly a bake sale, as Nancy wants to give back to the America’s Run for the Fallen. Blue Star Mothers will be present at the walk around the lake too. e colors and designs on the Honor and Remember flag are distinctive, yet simple, according to Mitchell who said that each detail symbolizes an important part of the overall meaning of the flag's message: e red field depicts blood spilled by brave men and women in the American military throughout history who gave their lives so our nation would remain free. e white border recognizes the sacrifice where no greater price could be paid. e blue star means active service in military conflict and originated with World War I but

on this flag signifies service in all wars from the American Revolution to the present time. Gold is the last color on the flag. Mitchell asks for readers to visit www.HonorandRemember and sign the petition. "Our goal is to collect an individual signature for each of nearly 2 million who have died in military service. Contact a U.S. senator, House of Representatives member, or state law maker to initiate  or support legislation recognizing the Honor and Remember flag. Fly the Honor and Remember flag and make it a family tradition. And contribute to the many expenses involved in establishing  the national legacy. "is will be helpful in fulfilling our mission." Mitchell said  the 6,000 mile run would encompass the 20,000 names of those killed since 2000. ey will be honored however they died by a 1-mile stop and have their name called out and a flag presented to a representative.

Luke Mallernee

Cadiz Woman's Civic Club meets; discusses Tourism Council

e Cadiz Woman's Civic Club held their regular meeting on ursday, April 5, at 7 p.m. at the Harrison Community Hospital Café with 17 members and one guest present. Hostesses for the evening were Naomi Trotter, Susan Adams and Rebecca Gladman. e program for the evening was presented by Joelle Bensie of the Harrison County Tourism Council. Ms. Bensie gave an interesting and informative talk about the Tourism Council and the various activities the council is involved with in the community and county. Joelle encouraged everyone to participate in the annual Yard Sale that will take place June 1 and 2.  President Susan Adams welcomed those present. Dr. Porsche Beetham introduced her guest April White. Inspiration for the evening was given by Porsche with a poem from Robert Frost "Prayer in the Spring." e business meeting was

called to order with the group reciting the Pledge of Allegiance and the Club Collect. e minutes from the March 1 meeting and the Treasurer's Report were accepted as read. In correspondence thank you notes were read from the Tri-County Help Center and from the Harrison County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In old business the group was thanked for their participation in the annual CBA Awards Banquet. Articles from the Harrison News-Herald and the Steubenville Herald Star and a program from the banquet was placed on file with the secretary. Secretary Jackie Dunlap reported on the possibility of having a hot dog stand at the Midnight Madness Sale at Sanders Market in the future and her discussion with the store. A letter will be sent by Susan Adams to Sanders Market explaining the club’s past participation with a list of the various groups the civic club supports. e club held their

annual County Home Shower with members bringing items for the residents. ere was a wide variety of personal care items, puzzles, food blenders, towels, wash clothes and snack foods. Some members made monetary donations with the funds to be used for the residents needs. In new business a letter was read from the Harrison County Cancer Crusaders requesting a sponsorship from their second Annual Event that is scheduled for Aug. 4. e group voted to donate $250 (e Hope Level). President Sue Adams informed the members about the new supplement "Save the Date" that the Harrison News-Herald has introduced. She thought this would be a helpful avenue to use to get out word about upcoming events for the club. She also shared with the group that she has been promoting the club at the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce "Coffee at the Mine" meetings.  e members were informed

Harrison County Home Superintendent Ed Banks accepts personal items from Civic Club President, Sue Adams. These items are for the residents of the County Home.

that a clip board would be circulated at the next meeting and the June dinner for program ideas, inspiration and for hostesses for the 2018-2019 year. Signing up will help the Program Committee greatly. The next meeting will be

Thursday, May 3, at 7 p.m. at HCH Café. Hostesses will be Betty Paolucci, Mary Markley and Anna Mizer. Inspiration will be given by Carole Spiker. The program "Custer's Boyhood Fun & Frolic" will be given by Dave

Rose from the Custer Memorial Foundation. Harrison County Home Superintendent Ed Banks accepting donations for the residents from the Cadiz Woman's Civic Club with club President Susan Adams. 

Celebrating 50 golden years: Larry and Janet Kendziorski Clark Janet L. Kendziorski, daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Novak Kendziorski, Sr., Adena, Ohio and Larry R. Clark, son of the late Harry and Mary Suthers Clark, Roanoke, Virginia were married on April 20, 1968 at Little York Methodist Church, Little York, Ohio. Janet and Larry met and fell in love while working for the Federal Government in Washington, D.C. Larry later chose a career in Virginia Law Enforcement for 35 years before retiring. He also served three years in the army. Janet resigned from her job six years later to become a full-time homemaker and a devoted mother to their three wonderful children – Kathlynn, Karen and Jonathan. ey both always enjoy visits from their four precious

grandchildren – Maryanne, Ricky, Laura, Laney and a fifth expected in September from their loving daughter-in-law Jaimie. Faith and trust in God has been an anchor and an inspiration during their sorrows and joys of life together. Northern and Central Virginia has been Larry and Janet’s home all of their married life, although, Janet still misses her family in Ohio greatly and many of her classmates from graduating Adena High School, Adena, Ohio (1965). Larry graduated from St. Petersburg High School, St. Petersburg, Florida (1962) and earned an A.A.P. Degree from Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, Virginia, Cum Laude (1974). A small family gathering is planned.


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Harrison Central prepares for truck, car show By ESTHER MCCOY Nh Contributor

CADIZ - A Harrison Central FFA tractor, semi-truck and car show that started at the Harrison Career Center two years ago, outgrew its territory last year and has been moved to the Harrison County Fairgrounds to make room for the third annual show, according to Alan Albright, Harrison Career Center agriculture mechanics

instructor. It is planned for Sunday, May 6, and scheduled from 11- a.m. to 4 p.m. A special event of the show will be the television program, "Cruise-In," that will be filming throughout the day. The tractor, semi-truck and car show is "open to the world," meaning entries from everywhere and everyone who are interested. Many are expected as  there were 70 entries at the show last year.

There will be a food stand, disc jockey and some vendors on the grounds.  There will also be a "10 category switch" that the FFA members will judge during the show, according to Albright.  Donations from the event will be used for the Harrison Career Center FFA needs. The show is intended for showing off the many old and newer tractors, trucks and cars and having a great time for the family.

Area schools releases honor roll lists

Harrison Central seniors plan fine arts exhibition Pictured left to right: Bethany Ripley, Cyrus Adams and Racquel Ritchie

These three Harrison Central seniors are planning a Fine Arts Exhibition on Saturday April 21 from 6-8 pm at the John W. Stephenson Gym to bring awareness to the community about the importance of music and arts in our schools and community. This idea was created by these three Seniors as part of their senior service learning project.

The students shown here know how important music and arts are to high school students as they have been members of the marching band for five years and select choir for four years. Racquel and Bethany are also members of the drama department. Performances will be by the Harrison Central Jazz Band and Select Choir along with a

skit by the Hope Players. An art exhibition by Harrison Central students will also be on display along with vendor booths. A few more surprise musical guests are planned. Please attend and support the music and arts. It is the hope and dream of these seniors that this will transpire into a yearly tradition.

Harrison Central’s Footloose a huge success Harrison Central High School performed the musical Footloose on March 23 and 24. ose involved say the performance was a huge success and the students had a lot of

fun putting on this spectacular show. Pictured below in the scene from Town of Bomont in Church are Racquel Ritchie as Vi Moore, Justin Boyer as Reverend Shaw Moore and

Alexis Corder as Ariel Moore. Pictured below in the finale scene at the Gym dancing are Dillon Dodds as Willard Hewitt, Matthew Parrish as Ren McCormick and Ariel.

Conotton Valley Elementary Principal’s List Michael Gentry, Kiera McBee, Garrett Reiter. Honor Roll 3rd Grade: Abigail Bennett, Eric Caldwell, Carson Milbrun. 4th Grade: Maddison Kelley, Keegan Shingleton. 5th Grade: Colton Baker, Chloe Beavers, Brooks Bower, Aubrey Imes, Zachary Putnam. Merit Roll 3rd Grade: Hanna Blackwell, Ethan Booth, Haley Collins, Kolby Copeland, Kaden Leggett, Robert Levengood, Savannah Miller, Cherokee Straight-Cattrell, Colton Walker, Sarah Warner, Tristen Winland. 4th Grade: Lillian Booth, Zoey Campbell, Pantara Fish, Gillian George, Caradi Hartline, Isabella Higgins, Maynard Kyzer, Gretchin Rolli, Jade Schreffler. 5th Grade: McKenna Brown, Ava Caldwell, Mylie Galiger, Jade Garrison, Maxton Howton, Josephine Humes, Kenneth McLaughlin, Jared Peterson, Grayce Samples, Christian Smart, Luke Smith, Atticus Stewart, Camron Straight, Riley Warner. Conotton Valley Principal’s List 6th Grade: Masyn Baker. 7th Grade: Gaige Galigher, Evan Siedel. 8th Grade: Ella Bower, Samantha Magallanez, Brett

Putnam. 9th Grade: Kylie Ferguson, Samantha Long, Katherine McBee, Emily Siedel, Tabitha Stuber. 10th Grade: Somer Brown, Braden Caldwell, Carly Caldwell, Jessica Daugherty, Alexa Walker. 11th Grade: Alexis Bartholomew, Andrew Cunningham, Garrett George, Austin Haney, Kristopher Hostetler. 12th Grade: Abigail Carpenter, Emily Griffin, Abigail Shunk, Amanda Smith. Honor Roll 6th Grade: Alexis Booth, Alexia Dennis, Cole Edie, Blayne Miller, Lydia Mullins, Mackenzie Willoughby. 7th Grade: Chloe Blick, Nolan Caldwell, Dustin Feller, Christopher Ferguson, Alivia Haines, Daphne Stuber. 8th Grade: Gavin Booth, James Burleson, Madison Dudley-Page, Adam Walker. 9th Grade: Genna Harlow, Samantha Myer, Kyra Stanley. 10th Grade: Kodey Basham, Margaret (Maggie) Bower, Merisa Coen, Caitlyn Dodds, Kelci Manbeck, Heath Pizzino. 11th Grade: Mackenzie Romib. 12th Grade: Tanner Berg. Merit Roll 6th Grade: Cassidy Lazetta, Christopher Lorenz, Rylee Milburn, Madison Miley, Haylee Myers, Abigail Rouse,

Tyler Toot. 7th Grade: Jordyn Braun, Quinlan Conkey, David Haney, Robert Myer, Jayden Rolti, Chloe Stuber. 8th Grade: Cadence Beavers, Emily Beckett, Garson Imes, Trenton Lloyd, Wyatt Myers, Braylen Novak, Collin White, Kyra White. 9th Grade: Autumn Brown, Dillion Daniels, Devin Feller, Dominik Geckler, Abigail Hostetler, Katlin Milburn, Ethan Myers, Kendall Schaar. 10th Grade: Brody Booth, David Broderick, Madison Dinger, Jerryca Erwin-Renicker, Juliet Humphrey, Garik Imes, Hunter Lewis, Sydney Lyon, Gabrielle Rice, Hunter Russell. 11th Grade: Cassidy Best, Matthew Caldwell, Joseph Schaar. Harrison Career Center Principal’s List Tyler Weaver, Nicolas Gray, Jenna Moore, Raelyn Taylor. Honor Roll 10th Grade: Ashlee Bolyard, Michaela Donato, Owen Raber, Trinten Springer. 11th Grade: Jacob Arnold, Katie Barker, Joseph Burrows, Deanna Cochran, Jacob Donahue, Gregory Fogle, Annahmarie Funkhouser, Nichole Runkis, Takoda Shumaker, Nicholas ornton. 12th Grade: Trenton McDonald, omas (T.J) Zende.

Lakeland increases financial stability, FTE data By JD LONG

jim@harrisonnewsherald.com

FREEPORT – Monday, Superintendent Scott Bardall opened Lakeland Academy’s meeting with some financial good news beginning with the Full Time Equivalent (FTE) status, which rose from 67.34 in January to 68.08 in February. Bardall said the numbers reflect the rise in students attending the school. Also, their fund balance increased as well by $33,521, from $214,629 to $248,150. Regarding their days cash on hand, that rose too, which was listed at 168.12 days from last month’s 148 days. is figure is reached by dividing the cash fund by the daily operating expenses. Bardall informed the board that their Fiscal Officer, Todd Johnson, who was not present,

is currently working on their five-year forecast. Bardall touched on a Phonics program (Reading Horizons) for grades K to 3 with a teacher coming in for next year to help their teachers with the program. e price listed was $3,221.73. Another reading program called Pearson up through grade 5 and for grades 6 and beyond, it’s called My Perspective was listed at a cost of $6,634.24. ese will be ready by Aug. 1 with the Phonics material as soon as possible in order for the teachers to better prepare. “So those are two general recommendations, the rest of the curriculum we’ll get at a later point,” Bardall explained. A raise hike was also mentioned for the educational aid position from $10.60 to $12.50 an hour for the 2018-19 school year. He said this came with Johnson’s approval.

Another 2 percent raise was for the teaching staff, which was also approved by Johnson. e board also received some glowing remarks from their sponsor’s (NCOESC), Krista Gerhart, which was read by Bardall. “School climate is inviting,” with classrooms well organized. She also commended Bardall for his leadership as well. Regarding the construction of their playground adjacent to the school property, two swing sets will be installed along with a teeter-totter and a climbing dome. “So they’re going to have a work day, we’ll have someone make sure that it’s inspected so that it’s safe before any kid gets on it,” Bardall explained, which he said was scheduled for this Saturday.

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ONGOINGEVENTS 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. PINE VALLEY Sportsman’s Club Shoot every Sunday, 9 a.m. at the club. Sign up is 8:30 a.m. Public welcome. THE HARRISON County Military Support Group has resumed their regular schedule for meetings. ey meet on the third Tuesday of each month at the Clifford Fire Station in Cadiz. Meeting time is 6 p.m. JEWETT VFD will host a dinner on the second Sunday of the month from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Cost is $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 will hold their monthly meetings on the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Commissioner’s Office until April when they will be held at the fairgrounds during warm weather months. SCIO LEGION will have first Friday of every month cornhole tournaments at 7 p.m.; second and fourth Fridays we have karaoke; third Friday we have Bar Bingo. 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 Harrison Community Hospital’s classroom. 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. ank you for your support! THE PRESBYTERIAN Church of Cadiz located at 154 West Market Street is sponsoring a free community dinner every Fourth Wednesday of the month in the church fellowship hall from 5 to 7 p.m. All are welcome. AMERICAN LEGION Cadiz Post 34, holds its monthly regular meetings on the 3rd 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. FIRST CHURCH of Christ will have a Soup and Sandwich Luncheon the second Tuesday of every month from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. CADIZ FOOD Pantry is open every Tuesday and Friday from 10 am - 12 pm. For families in need, please call (740) 942-4300. FISH FRY at the Harrisville Fire Hall every Friday starting February 9 through March 30 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and also Ash Wednesday, February 14, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Bake Sale on March 30 and also 50/50 drawing. Sponsored by Harrisville Firemen and Auxiliary. Take outs available by calling (740) 546-3242. SCIO AMERICAN LEGION Wednesday wings from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. every week until further notice and Fish Fry Friday's through Len to March 30 until 7 p.m. Carry outs are available. Legion phone number is (740) 945-5922 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 Auxiliary is hosting their annual Fish Fry on Fridays from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. or until gone throughout Lent. Open to the public.

THISWEEK SPAGHETTI DINNER on April 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Unionport Masonic Hall, 3443 (County Rd. 39), Unionport. Cost is by donation. Carry out available. Dinner includes: spaghetti, salad, bread and butter, cake and ice cream. BAKED STEAK dinner will be held on April 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. in Unionport in the Wayne Township Community Center (Old Unionport School). is is sponsored by the Community Center group with proceeds going towards current expenses. TEAM SERENA CF Rigatoni Dinner with Deersville ice cream to be held April 15 at the Freeport Firehouse in Freeport from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. ere will be a silent auction and Chinese auction. Free will offering. Take out will be available. All proceeds will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. NATIONAL HEALTHCARE Decisions Day April 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Harrison Community Hospital Cafeteria. Presentation by: Melissa Evick, Jarvis Law and Bob Kolb, MSW, Valley Hospice. Join us to learn about living will and medical power of attorney documents. Plus the legal documents that go hand-inhand with advance directives. Refreshments will be served. HARRISON COUNTY Senior Center “April Covered Dish” on April 17. ere will be a speaker at noon for “Senior Scams”. We eat at 1 p.m. Cost is $2 if you bring a covered dish and $4 if you don’t bring a covered dish. ere will be a 50/50 drawing and door prizes. VETERANS BENEFIT Presentation at Puskarich Public Library April 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. Service Officers from the Harrison County Veterans Office will be providing an opportunity for Veterans and their families to learn about VA Benefits and Healthcare.

UPCOMINGEVENTS THE AMERICAN Legion Auxiliary of Cadiz holds many fund raisers throughout the year. e money raised from these events are used to support our local veterans, youth and community. Our upcoming event will be held at the Cadiz American Legion on April 20. We will be hosting a karaoke night with DJ Ronnie Beaird from 8 p.m. to midnight. e cost is $5 per person. Come out and enjoy an evening of fun and music while helping to support our veterans. CADIZ EAGLES Steak Fry on April 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. All welcome. SCIO DINING Fork Ruritan Pancake Breakfast April 21st from 6 to 10 a.m., located at the Scio fire house. ST JAMES AME Church of Cadiz will be having a soup and sandwich luncheon on April 21 from 11am to 2 p.m. Cost is $5 per meal. Everyone welcome. ADENA AMERICAN Legion Auxiliary Annual Spring Card Party April 24 at 6 p.m. Pre-paid tickets for $6 each. For reservations call Libby (740) 546-2180 or Cheryl (740) 769-2846. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. No tickets sold at door. ANNUAL FARM City Luncheon April 30 at the Jewett Firehouse. Registration begins at 11 a.m. Speaker will be Trang Moreland, Author “Just Smile and Say Hello”. ere will be door prizes, free will donation. RSVP for yourself and your friends by April 24 by calling the Farm Bureau 844-942-3276 or harrison@ofbf.org. PRAISE LUNCHEON at First Church of Christ, Cadiz, on April 28 starting at noon. Call (740) 391-3224 by April 25 for reservations. is will be a time of fellowship and praise. Georgia A. Kurko from Martins Ferry Christian Church will be the speaker. We will have a love offering for e Haiti Fund. BONANZA BINGO on May 5 at the Adena Community Center at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1 p.m. Cost is $20 per packet. Extra early bird $1 a sheet. Extra packet $5. Cover $1 a sheet. Lottery tickets, gift baskets, gift cards and more! Lunch stand with food, drinks and desserts. For more info call (740) 546-3946. THIRD ANNUAL Harrison Career Center FFA Tractor, Truck, Engine and Car Show May 6 from 11a.m. to 4p.m. at the Harrison County Fairgrounds, 550 Grant St., Cadiz. Admission is by donation. Benefits the Harrison Career Center FFA. For info contact (330) 4405578 or email HCCFFA@yahoo.com, www.Facebook.com/HCCFFA. GOLF SCHOLARSHIP Scramble May 19 at the Cadiz Country Club. is is an open tournament to all who wish to play. Limited to first 22 paid teams. Sponsored by Flushing Masonic Lodge. Registration and hot dogs at 11:30 a.m. with shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. Entry is $70/man this includes the skins game. All proceeds benefit three $500 scholarships to both Union Local and Harrison Central High School students. Contact William McGowan at (740) 942-4073 or Chuck Bizzari (740) 942-8196.

Deersville retreat planned

Saturday, April 14, 2018

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DEERSVILLE - Ten years of successful Women's retreats, Chairperson Joy Miles and Cochairperson Penelope Clark decided this would be the last women's retreat. God doesn't let you sit still and rest on your laurels. e 11th annual Deersville Women's retreat will take place on April 28, at the Deersville United Methodist Church in Deersville from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. e theme for this event will be Angels Abound. So and everyone is invited to join for special music and a heavenly lunch. A love offering will be taken to benefit the Woody Paul blanket mission. "For He will command His angels concerning you, to guard you in all your ways (Psalm 91:11).” Contact Penelope Clark: (740) 922-7522 or Nancy Sukosd: (740) 922-1961 for reservations and information.

CIC Meeting time change e Village of Cadiz CIC meeting scheduled for ursday, April 19 at 6 p.m. has been changed to 5 p.m.

Testing of Voting Machines

Penelope Clark (left) and Joy Miles prepare for the 11th Annual Angels Abound Deersville Women’s Retreat to be held April 28, at the Deersville United Methodist Church.

Fundraiser for 660th announced

CADIZ – A reunion for the 660th Transportation Company is being planned for July 27 and 28, but before that a fundraiser is also being set up for April 28. Trish Largent of the Harrison County Veteran’s Service Office is organizing the April event with a

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pre-paid chicken dinner to be held at the Hopedale American Legion at 5 p.m. Dinners can be picked up or people can dine in. Chicken leg quarters, baked beans and cole slaw will be served and dinners will cost $7. Tickets for the dinner can also be

purchased at the Harrison County Veteran’s Service Office as well as the Hopedale American Legion. Anyone interested in the fundraiser or the July reunion is to contact Trish Largent at: (740) 942-8441 or (740) 491-3410.

Veterans Service Commission to hold program at library CADIZ - e Harrison County Veterans Service Commission will hold a program on veterans issues at the Puskarich Public Library from 6-8 p.m. on April 18. Answers will be given on the following subjects from Veterans Service officers Jim ompson, Patricia Largent and Jeff Pesta: Veterans health care compensation for service connected conditions. Service connected pensions for low

income veterans. Survivor pension for widows or widowers of a veteran. Nursing home cost assistance for veteran or the veterans widow. Free transportation to a VA medical appointment. Veteran identification card from State of Ohio. Obtaining a copy of a veterans discharge. Correcting discharges to include mission awards or incorrect information. Upgrading discharges. Obtaining

replacement of lost medals and awards. Obtaining a copy of service record or medical records. Obtaining a copy of service record or medical records. Finance assistance. For assistance with veterans problems or questions contact one of the veteran officers at (740) 9428441 or FAX at (740) 942-8415. e location is  100 West Market Street. Cadiz, Ohio 43907.

On Monday, April 16, Valley Hospice and Jarvis Law Office will host an informational presentation focusing on the importance of advance care planning. e program will be held at the Harrison Community Hospital cafeteria, beginning at 5:30 p.m. e presentation is open to the public and there is no charge to attend. Valley Hospice and Jarvis Law Office will provide information and tools for the public to use

when talking about their wishes with family, friends and healthcare providers. Attendees can expect to learn about living will and medical power of attorney documents, plus the legal documents that go handin-hand with advance directives. e program is being presented in coordination with National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD); a national effort to highlight the importance of advance healthcare decisionmaking. e initiative has

culminated in the formal designation of April 16 as National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD). “As a result of National Healthcare Decisions Day, many more people in our community can be expected to have thoughtful conversations about their healthcare decisions and complete reliable advance directives to make their wishes known,” said Robert Kolb, MSW, Valley Hospice social worker. “Fewer families and healthcare providers will have to

e Public Logic and Accuracy testing of (1) ICP voting machine for the May 8, Primary Election will take place on Monday, April 16, at 11 a.m. in the Board of Elections Office at 538 North Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio.

Cadiz Village finance meeting e Village of Cadiz will hold a Finance Meeting on Monday, April 16 at 5:30 p.m. in council chambers.

Board of Zoning Appeals Mtg. e Village of Cadiz Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a meeting on Monday, April 16 at 12 regarding a variance hearing for a sign at Orme's Hardware. We’re happy to print your meeting or notice. Deadlines for meetings and notices are Wednesday at noon. Call us at (740) 942-2118 or fax at (740) 942-4667

Valley Hospice and Jarvis Law Office offer free community event

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All sells on location: 33635 Goodrich Dr., Piedmont, OH 43983

Directions: From SR 800 south of Freeport or north of I-70, take Twp. Rd. 589 east 2.9 miles and continue onto Briar Hill Rd. to Goodrich Dr. and right to auction. Watch for KIKO signs.

Tuesday – May 1, 2018 – 5:30 PM

Real Estate: Lake-front cottage on Lot P-304 at Piedmont Lake. Cottage offers kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms, full bath, rear deck with access off living room, living room with fireplace, full block walkout basement – basement offers kitchen, 2nd shower bath, breaker electric, walkout patio area, rec room with fireplace. Small storage shed. Lease #9520-R covering Lot P304 at Piedmont Lake, Belmont County, Flushing Twp. Home open auction day at 4:00 PM. TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: 10% down auction day, balance due at closing. A 10% buyer's premium will be added to the highest bid to establish the purchase price, which goes to the seller. Any desired inspections must be made prior to bidding. All information contained herein was derived from sources believed to be correct. Information is believed to be accurate but not guaranteed. Auctioneer/Realtor: Douglas L. Milano, 330-205-2196 Apprentice Auctioneer/Realtor: Bethanie Peters, 330-575-1947 Auction By Order Of And Subject To: Court of Common Pleas of Belmont County. Case #16CV415.

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Village of Jewett Mayor Dwight Busby 411 East High Street, PO Box 192 Jewett, Ohio 43986 Telephone: (740) 946-1471

Questions regarding this application, or appointments to review said application should be directed to Mayor Dwight Busby at (740) 946-1471. PUBLISHED IN THE HARRISON NEWS-HERALD ON APRIL 14, 2018

(3:31, 4:7, 14) ---------LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF HARRISON COUNTY, OHIO CIVIL DIVISION

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION

Farm Credit Mid-America, FLCA formerly known as: Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, FLCA, Plaintiff vs. Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees,

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Farmhand Needed: help with fencing, mowing, trimming, animals, etc. Located betweem Cadiz and St. Clairsville area. 330-398-5111. (3:31, 4:7, 14) -------------------------------We are seeking a parttime Administrative Assistant to perform clerical and administrative functions in our local insurance agency. Responsibilities include greeting and assisting customers, assisting business owner with daily activities, answering inbound calls and phone performing various office duties, such as drafting correspondence, billing and accepting payments. Qualifications include experience with use of Microsoft Word and Excel, strong attention to detail, ability to prioritize and multitask. Prior experience insurance preferred but not necessary. Salary commensurate with experience. Reply with

Executors, Administrators, Spouses Next of Kin, Assigns, and the Unknown

Guardians of Minor and/or Incompetent Heirs and Unknown Creditors of Paul E. Hill, aka Paul Eddie Hill, Deceased Addresses Unknown Defendants CASE NO. CVE-2018-0023

Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, Executors, Administrators, Spouses, Next of Kin, Assigns, the Unknown Guardians of Minor and/or Incompetent Heirs, and Unknown Creditors of Paul E. Hill, aka Paul Eddie Hill, deceased, AND the Unknown Successor Trustee of the Paul Eddie Hill Revocable Trust dated July 15, 2008, whose last known addresses are unknown, and who cannot by reasonable diligence be ascertained, will take notice that on March 16, 2018, Farm Credit MidAmerica, FLCA, formerly known as Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, FLCA, filed its Complaint in the Court of Common Pleas of Harrison County, Ohio, in Case No. CVE-2018-0023, on the docket of the Court, and the object and demand for relief of which pleading is to foreclose the lien of Plaintiff’s mortgage recorded upon the following described real estate to wit:

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The Village of Jewett encourages all Jewett water system customers to attend a public meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on April 17 at the Jewett Wildcat Community Center gymnasium. This meeting will provide a summary of the proposed water system improvement project, existing water system conditions, estimated project costs, a project timeline and potential funding sources for the project. There will be an opportunity for open discussion of the project. Please mark this public meeting on your calendar and plan to attend the meeting. Jewett Water System Public Meeting

When: 6:30 p.m. on April 17, 2018

Where: Jewett Wildcat Community Center Gymnasium

PUBLISHED IN THE HARRISON NEWS-HERALD ON APRIL 14, 2018

All of the above-named defendants are required to answer within twenty-eight (28) days after the last publication of this Notice, which shall be published once a week for six (6) consecutive weeks, the answer date being June 11, 2018, or judgment may be rendered against them as demanded by Plaintiff.

Gregory F. Locke, #0003096 Nordstrom & Locke LLP 34 W. Second Street, P.O. Box 366 Ashland, Ohio 44805 Telephone: (419) 281-0171 Fax: (419) 281-2191 E-Mail: glocke@nllaw.net Attorney for Plaintiff (4:7, 14, 21, 28, 5:5, 12) ---------NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals will be received at the:

DIVISION OF MINERAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 2045 MORSE ROAD BUILDING H COLUMBUS, OHIO 43229-6693

until MAY 08, 2018 AT 1:30 PM and opened thereafter for furnishing the materials and performing the labor for the execution and construction of:

SALLY BUFFALO PARK PHASE II HARRISON COUNTY, OHIO PROJECT NUMBER HR-Cd-28

in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by the DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF MINERAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, COLUMBUS, OHIO. PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED IN THE SECOND FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM OF 2045 (BUILDING H-2) OF THE FOUNTAIN SQUARE OFFICES OF THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. The United States Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement is

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Property Address: 29860 Milarcik Road, Tippecanoe, Ohio 44699, Harrison County Parcel No.: 300000095.000, and being more particularly described in Plaintiff’s mortgage recorded in O.R. Book 171, Pages 246-250, of the Harrison County, Ohio Recorder’s Office.

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Two burial Plots at Holly Memorial Gardens, located at the tower section. Make Offer. 330481-4486. (4:14, 21) ------------------------------

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This notice is published in accordance with Rural Development regulations contained in RUS Instruction 1780.18(a). The proposed project will replace aged water lines serving Village of Jewett water customers.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at the North Township Garage meeting room at 38170 Crimm Road, Scio. The normal Regular meeting time of the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. will resume in May. Sue Myers, Fiscal Officer North

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Village of Jewett hereby gives notice ot its intent to file an application for financial assistance through the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Development for the construction of water distribution system lines and appurtenances. The project area includes all water distribution lines except for the new water lines installed during the water storage tank project, which was completed in 2017.

LEGAL NOTICE The North Township Trustees will hold April's Regular meeting on

remodeled, HUD accepted. First month rent free. 330-627-0322. (3:24, 31, 4:7, 14) ----------------------------For rent – Immediate availability of 2 an 3 units at Bedroom Bingham Terrace in Cadiz. Currently no waiting list for 2 and 3 bedroom units. Income qualifications must be met. Rent is based on income and some utilities are included. Call today! 740-942-2215 or 740942-8372. Equal Housing Opportunity. (4:7, 14) ------------------------------

LOCATED AT JONES AUCTION CENTER AT 397 HIGH STREET, FLUSHING, OHIO FROM THE EAST TAKE EXIT 213 GO 8 MILES NORTH ON RT. 331. FROM THE WEST TAKE EXIT 208 NORTH 8 MILES TO RT. 147.

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The project is expected to include: 8-inch C900 PVC Water Line 6-inch C900 PVC Water Line 3/4-inch Service Line 8-inch Gate Valves 6-inch Gate Valves Fire Hydrants Service Line Reconnections Surface Restoration Installation of Water Meter with Radio Read Radio Read Accessories Miscellaneous Items

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supplying 100% of the funds for this project. The construction completion date for this project is NOVEMBER 30, 2018. THE ESTIMATE FOR THIS PROJECT AS DETERMINED BY THE DIVISION OF MINERAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IS $707,843.90. A MANDATORY pre-bid meeting will be held on APRIL 24, 2018 AT 10:00 AM, at the project site. It is the intent of the DMRM to commence the pre-bid meeting at the designated time. Prior to commencement of the meeting, an attendance sign-in form shall be distributed among the contractors present. This form will be collected by DMRM staff when the pre-bid meeting begins. Only those contractors signed in prior to collection of the form who remain in attendance through the discussion of the plans and detailed specifications shall be deemed present for the purpose of determining eligibility for bid submission acceptance. Participation in the site viewing subsequent to the completion of the discussionofthedetailedspecificationswi llnotberequiredinestablishingattendance . NO PLANS OR SPECIFICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE PRE-BID MEETING.

Copies of the plans, specifications, and proposal forms will be available from the Division of Mineral Resources Management, Department of Natural Resources. Instructions on how to access the documents are available by downloading them at http://minerals.ohiodnr.gov/abandonedmine-landreclamation/contractorconstruction-opportunities. A copy of the plans and specifications will be available for public review during normal business hours at Division of Mineral Resources Management, 2045 Morse Road, H-2, Columbus, Ohio 43229. For information regarding the project, the primary contact person is the Project Engineer, Thomas Wiley, P.E., at the New Philadelphia District Office (330) 339-2207. Or in his absence you may contact the Project Officer, Jeffrey Clarke, at the Salem District Office (234) 206-4250.

Each proposal must be accompanied by a BID GUARANTY, meeting the requirements of Section 153.54 of the Ohio Revised Code.

CONTRACTORS ARE ADVISED THAT EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY CONDITIONS ARE APPLICABLE TO THIS PROPOSAL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 153.59 AND 125.111 OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE. THIS PROJECT IS SUBJECT TO A 5% EDGE PARTICIPATION GOAL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF O.R.C. SECTION 123.152 AND O.A.C. 123:2-16-08. WAGE RATES ESTABLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 1513.18 AND 1513.37 OF THE REVISED CODE ARE ALSO APPLICABLE TO THIS PROPOSAL.

CONTRACTORS ARE FURTHER ADVISED THAT, IF AWARDED THE CONTRACT, BOTH THE CONTRACTOR AND ITS SUBCONTRACTOR(S) SHALL PERFORM NO SERVICES REQUESTED UNDER THIS CONTRACT OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH EXECUTIVE ORDER 201112K.

Sealed proposals shall be delivered to the address given at the top of Notice To Bidders. No bidder may withdraw his bid within sixty (60) days after the actual date of the opening thereof.

The Director of Natural Resources reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to accept the bid which embraces such combination alternate proposals as may promote the best interest of the State.

APPROVED FOR PUBLICATION IN Harrison News Herald, 144 S. Main Street, Cadiz, OH- 43901 Legal Notice Dept, on Saturday, April 07, 2018, and Saturday, April 14, 2018. (4:7, 14) ---------LEGAL NOTICE The following matters are the subject of this public notice by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public notice, including any additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information, a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: http://www.epa.ohio.gov/actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-3037 email: HClerk@epa.ohio.gov

Final Issuance of Permit to Install MECD -Tappan Lake Pk. Facility Description: Wastewater ID #: 1207637 Date of Action: 04/03/2018 This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to ERAC. Project: Tappan Lake Park Phase 1 Campground Improvements - New Sanitary Sewers and Manholes to Serve RV Lots Project Location: Deersville & Mellarnee Rd., Franklin Twp.

Final Issuance of Administrative Modification to Permit-To-Install and Operate Chesapeake Exploration LLC - Dodson 28-11-5 Pad Dodson Road, Scio, OH 43988 ID #: P0124181 Date of Action: 04/04/2018 Administrative Modification to modify the Chesapeake Dodson 28-11-5 Pad from a GP 12 to a GP 12.1 and administratively modify from the old

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IN MEMORY

In Loving Memory Of our Mom and Grandma Velma Sproull May 14, 1921 – April 20, 1974 It has been 44 years since you left us. Spring is a time of regrowth. This is the time of year when the beautiful flowers and bushes come into full bloom for our enjoyment. It was a very cold, snowy and icy winter. You wouldn’t have liked it very much! The weather changes and it gets warm, and then it gets cold again. This really confuses the daffodils and hyacinths. They come up thinking it is spring. We miss you on your birthday and especially on Mother’s Day. All holidays are just not the same without you. Our loss is heaven’s gain. Sadly miss and loved by your family. (4:14) -----------------------------

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Final Issuance of Administrative Modification to Permit-To-Install and Operate Chesapeake Exploration LLC - Kidd 21-12-6 Pad Township Highway 219 - Beagle Club Rd, Scio, OH 43988 ID #: P0124105 Date of Action: 04/04/2018 Administrative Modification to modify the Chesapeake Kidd 21-12-6 Pad from a GP 12 to a GP 12.1 and administratively modify from the old GP5.1 to the newest GP 5.1(WPP)

Final Approval of Plans and Specifications Cadiz Village PWS 128 Court St Dept 1, Cadiz, OH 43907 Facility Description: Community Water System ID #: 1219158 Date of Action: 04/04/2018 This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to ERAC. Detail Plans for PWSID:OH3400214 Plan No:1219158 Regarding Water System Improvements-High Priority (Additional Lines). (4:14) ---------LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF SALE OF REAL ESTATE: THE STATE OF OHIO, HARRISON COUNTY Home Opportunity LLC c/o SN Servicing Corporation 323 Fifth Street Eureka, CA 95501 Plaintiff, vs. Robert Locke, ET AL 309 East High Street Jewett, OH 43986 Defendant, Case # 2017-0119-CVE In pursuance of an order of sale received March 22, 2018 in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, on the first floor of the Harrison County Court House, on May 14, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. The second auction shall be held on May 21, 2018 and the property shall be sold to the highest bidder without 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 $32,614.39. Said premises appraised at $18,000.00 A copy of the complete legal description can be found in the Harrison County Recorder’s Office, OR Volume 213, Page 2590. 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: 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. PREMISES COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 309 E. High Street Jewett, OH 43986 PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 24-0000462.000 Bradley P. Toman, Esquire Plaintiff’s attorney Ronald J. Myers, Sheriff (4:14, 21, 28) ----------

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Committee seeks to honor Amsterdam’s Buchanan By ESTHER MCCOY Nh Contributor

AMSTERDAM - He was a high school teacher and principal at Springfield High School, the first white man into certain areas of the Brazilian Amazon/Rio Negro rivers for exploration; founded a chapter of the National Audubon Society; went on safari exploration and big game hunts in Tanganyika, Rhodesia and Northern Kenya, some organized by the Pittsburgh Safari Club International; received an Ohio Conservation Achievement Award from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources; received the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History Award; received the  Liberty Hyde Bailey Award from the American Nature Society; inducted into the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Hall of Fame; received an Honorary Ohio Nature Conservancy and Kent State University award for his discovery and preservation work at the 106 acre Stillfork Swamp Nature Preserve in Carroll County; and after his death, he posthumously received the Mount Union College Forest Buchanan Explorers Trail Award in 2006.  e recipient of these and many more awards was Forest Wendle Buchanan, a resident of Amsterdam through most of these  years and although he had June 2, 1995, declared as Forest Buchanan Day in honor of his 90th birthday by Mayor Michael

Morgan and a highway memorial sign stating it is the home of Buchanan, there is not a tangible reminder to pay homage of the honored citizen. Mike Stone, who only knew Forest in his later years, wanted to correct this absence, and with the help of a committee of interested citizens, he planned a benefit spaghetti dinner with a disc jockey, door prizes and a speaker who knew Buchanan for many years and in many circumstances, Ray Novotny, from the Ford Nature Center at Mill Creek Metro Parks in Mahoning County. He told of speaking at  the teacher, hunter, hunting-skill teacher, preservationist,  collector of bird histories and big time explorer's funeral in 2002, but he had known him for 20 years prior to that. ey spent many hours together doing biology rendezvous,  and despite the fact that he had been in Africa facing large wild animals, he also liked to press plants he collected and soak up hometown histories in cemeteries, it was noted. He could be down to earth but respectful with important people. Novotny told of  Forest meeting Governor Richard Celeste in 1985, when he received the Ohio Conservation Achievement Award and asked if he would mind to be called Dick. In 1999, when he was named to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Hall of Fame in Columbus, he was the only person selected that year. Although

CHIP funds now available e Harrison County CIC Office and the Harrison County Board of Commissioners are pleased to announce that the County’s Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP) application was approved. is $400,000 federal grant – administered by the Ohio Development Services Agency, Office of Community Development will be implemented countywide. e activities are: Private Rehabilitation with five outcomes, Home Repair with 10 outcomes and rental rehabilitation with three outcomes. Funds will be dispersed to eligible Harrison County applicants that meet program guidelines and the low to moderate-income guidelines for the County. For example, the income of a family of four must not exceed $46,100 a year. For

A committee of Amsterdam and surrounding area citizens planned and carried out a benefit dinner to start funds for a memorial marker for Forest Wendle Buchanan, well known through the states for his many works. From left, front, Virginia Glenn, secretary; Paul Bright, a relative; Pat Wilken, treasurer. Back, from left, Tom Stone; Autumn Day, Buchanan's granddaughter; Mike Stone, chairman; and Ray Novotny, speaker.

cautioned to talk only 10 minutes, he spoke for 40. "And no one wanted to interrupt him," Novotny said. "Not many knew that he was a great dancer. He and his wife, Skeet, would dance for hours in their home and were great out on the public dance floor. Forest was also a great musician and played the violin," he said. When scoping out the land at the Stillfork Swamp Nature Preserve in Specht, Ohio, they came across the Stillfork Church, a church that was never locked. Novotny was

hesitant but Forest went in, signed the guest book and sampled some of the food that was available there. "I was hesitant but Forest said that was what it was there for," he said. ere were brochures telling of his many accomplishments for patrons at the dinner. But Ray told that many will not remember him in the coming years so he was happy that the committee was going ahead with a memorial site where he could be visited and remembered as a special but down to earth man.

application information call (740) 942-2027 or by emailing meh@harrisoncountyohio.org. e Home Repair program’s improvements may include roofs, wiring, plumbing, heating and other structural rehabilitation items. Private Rehabilitation brings the homes up to current standards, addressing the items previously mentioned and Rental Rehabilitation brings rental units up to current standards. All programs can fund projects anywhere within the county. Contractors interested in bidding on home repair and rehabilitation projects are encouraged to contact the CHIP office. e 2017-2018 CHIP program is effective through Dec. 31, 2019 – with all work to be completed by Oct. 31, 2019.

Kiko’s Birney earns licensed real estate agent title By ESTHER MCCOY Nh Contributor

CARROLLTON - Wilbur "Bill" Birney, a member of KIKO Company since 2008, and after working as one of the full time auctioneers for 15 years, has attained the title of real estate licensed agent. He is the son of Wilbur and Barbara Birney of Jewett and graduated from Jewett-Scio High School. He specialized in the sale of farm equipment, cattle and livestock during those 15 years but with the real estate license can continue in his work to serve the needs of clients by helping to explore

the best plans for selling their property, it was noted. Birney is a graduate of the Missouri Auction School, a member of the National Auctioneers and Ohio Auctioneers associations and the Farm Bureau organization where he actively promotes agriculture and farming. The new real estate licensed agent is a member of the Cattleman's Association and the Ohio State Extension Advisory Committee. He was a member of the New Rumley 4-H Club and raised championship market animals, such as steers and lambs and came back to occasionally auction the grand

and reserve champion market steers at the Harrison County Junior Fair livestock auction. While servicing sellers in the Harrison County area, he has also been growing his business and territory, extending his geographical footprint to include all of the Northeast, Central and Southeast Ohio, as well as West Virginia and Pennsylvania. He specializes in farm equipment, cattle and livestock. He lives in Carrollton with his wife, Courtney, and son Wyatt, and does farming in both Harrison and Carroll counties.

Bunnies invade Clark Memorial Library Bree Patterson (center) brought bunnies to story time at Clark Memorial Branch Library on April 5. Kids enjoyed the animal experience along with books, music, art, and making friends. Clark Library Manger Mary Howes has had Pre-School Story time each Thursday to introduce young children to the library and to provide the children with fun and enjoy group activities. The last story hour before spring break will be April 19.

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