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Showing 12 articles from February 11, 2016.

Local News

Voters must register by Feb. 16 for March primary
Voters must register by Feb. 16 for March primary

Local residents who plan to vote in the March 15 primary have less than a week to register with the Pickaway County Board of Elections.

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Opinion

OPINION: PCFB represents local farmers at recent AgDay event
OPINION: PCFB represents local farmers at recent AgDay event

The lynchpin of a representative democracy is the communication between the elected official and the constituent.

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Police & Court Records

Circleville Police Reports
Circleville Police Reports

Call records from Feb. 5 to 8

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Circleville Police Reports
Circleville Police Reports

Call records from Feb. 9 and 10

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Common Pleas Court News

Felony cases recently heard by Judge P. Randall Knece in Pickaway County Common Pleas Court.

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Pickaway County Sheriff Reports
Pickaway County Sheriff Reports

Reports from Feb. 9 and 10

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Passings

Bruce E. Adams
Bruce E. Adams

Bruce Emerson Adams, 62, of Circleville, lovingly known to many as Super Bruce and Gunny, passed away on Feb. 9, 2016.

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Clarence Junior Thurston
Clarence Junior Thurston

Clarence Junior Thurston, 65, of Cincinnati, passed away on Feb. 9, 2016.

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Melodee K. Cuevas
Melodee K. Cuevas

Melodee Kay Cuevas, 62, of Circleville, passed away on Feb. 8, 2016.

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Around Town

Adena hosts grand opening at new Circleville center
Adena hosts grand opening at new Circleville center

Adena leaders, patients and members of the community took part in a celebration and ribbon cutting on Wednesday to officially launch the opening of the new, expanded Adena Health Center-Circleville.

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Democrats handle litter detail on U.S. 23
Democrats handle litter detail on U.S. 23

Members of the Pickaway County Democratic Party recently volunteered their time to clean up litter along a section of U.S. Route 23.

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News Releases

DeWine announces settlement with MoneyGram over scam victim payments
DeWine announces settlement with MoneyGram over scam victim payments

The settlement, which includes Ohio, requires MoneyGram to establish and maintain anti-fraud procedures and to pay a total of $13 million, of which up to $9 million will be used to reimburse consumers.

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