Pickaway News Journal

Tue, May 23, 2017

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Recent bed bug incidents spark concern at Circleville High School
Recent bed bug incidents spark concern at Circleville High School

Parents are advised to be alert to signs of bed bugs after several were recently discovered at Circleville High School.

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Driver charged, teacher reprimanded after preschoolers left on bus
Driver charged, teacher reprimanded after preschoolers left on bus

A bus driver for the Circleville City School district has been charged with child endangerment and a teacher has been disciplined after two preschool students were left alone on a bus last week.

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Bus driver on leave after leaving preschoolers on bus
Bus driver on leave after leaving preschoolers on bus

A bus driver for Circleville City Schools has been placed on paid administrative leave after reportedly leaving two preschool students on a bus in the parking lot for about an hour.

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Pickaway deputies assist with Pike County drug arrest
Pickaway deputies assist with Pike County drug arrest

Pickaway County Sheriff deputies assisted Thursday in an operation in Pike County that led to the arrest of a Rhoden family member on drug trafficking charges.

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Stoutsville man killed in Hocking County crash
Stoutsville man killed in Hocking County crash

A Stoutsville man was killed in a two-vehicle crash Saturday in Hocking County, according to the Athens Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

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Teens injured in crash on St. Paul Rd.
Teens injured in crash on St. Paul Rd.

Six of seven teenagers were injured Saturday night in a one-vehicle crash on St. Paul Road just east of Walnut Creek Pike.

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Bus mishap causes minor problem near Tarlton
Bus mishap causes minor problem near Tarlton

No injuries were reported following a mishap with a Logan Elm Local School bus Friday morning on Tarlton Road near the village.

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Officials tracking whooping cough in Westfall area
Officials tracking whooping cough in Westfall area

Officials in the Westfall Local School District are urging parents to be alert to signs of Pertussis, also known as Whooping Cough, after cases of the disease have been identified in the area.

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Man killed in crash following pursuit
Man killed in crash following pursuit

An Amanda man died in a crash just after midnight Friday while being pursued as a suspect following reports of shots fired on East Main Street in the city.

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Suspect charged in Huston St. shooting
Suspect charged in Huston St. shooting

A local man has been arrested in connection with a shooting incident Wednesday on Huston Street.

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Visitor's Bureau seeks new executive director
Visitor's Bureau seeks new executive director

The Pickaway County Visitor's Bureau is seeking a new executive director following the recent resignation of Charlie Jackson, who has spent more than a decade in the role.

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Two detained after shots fired on Huston Street
Two detained after shots fired on Huston Street

Two people were detained by the Circleville Police Department Wednesday following reports of shots fired on Huston Street.

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Scherer sworn in for third full House term
Scherer sworn in for third full House term

State Representative Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) was sworn in Tuesday as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 132nd General Assembly.

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Arrest made in Huston Street murder
Arrest made in Huston Street murder

A local man is charged with murder after the discovery of a body in a Huston Street home on Monday.

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Police investigating after body found in Huston St. home
Police investigating after body found in Huston St. home

A body discovered in a Huston Street home is being considered a suspicious death, according to a preliminary press release from the Circleville Police Department.

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Annual march shines light on domestic violence
Annual march shines light on domestic violence

A cloud of purple balloons drifted through the city Monday morning to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.

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Trial begins for former veterans service director
Trial begins for former veterans service director

Monday marked the first day of testimony in the trial of the former director of the Pickaway County Veterans Service Office who stands accused of theft in office.

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Juvenile faces felonious assault charge in mother's stabbing
Juvenile faces felonious assault charge in mother's stabbing

A 16-year-old male will be charged with felonious assault after allegedly stabbing his mother early Monday morning in Commercial Point.

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Candidates address issues at Tuesday forum
Candidates address issues at Tuesday forum

Communication was a recurring theme at the Meet the Candidates forum Tuesday at Circleville High School hosted by the Pickaway County Chamber of Commerce.

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Two suffer minor injuries in truck crash
Two suffer minor injuries in truck crash

Two men escaped with minor injuries Saturday after rolling a large straight truck off the embankment along U.S. Route 23.

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Brake failure suspected in fiery crash
Brake failure suspected in fiery crash

A local woman escaped without serious injury after a fiery crash Monday on U.S. Route 23.

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Two arrested on drug charges at local gas station
Two arrested on drug charges at local gas station

Two people were arrested on drug charges Friday after Circleville Police responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle at the Classic Carryout Sunoco station on East Main Street.

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Drugs, cash seized in DUI stop
Drugs, cash seized in DUI stop

A Columbus man was arrested on DUI and drug charges after a traffic stop Thursday evening on U.S. Route 23.

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2 injured in morning crash
2 injured in morning crash

Two people were injured in a head-on collision early Thursday on state Route 56 East.

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Need finds solution through community partnership
Need finds solution through community partnership

Where there is a need, there is a solution, and Box65 recently found one through a community partnership with Ohio Christian University.

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