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Plain City wrap design to lead U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree

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While this year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas tree, the one chosen to stand before the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., is harvested from Minnesota, it will make the trip to the nation’s capital behind a truck with a Plain City-area connection.Associated Graphics, Inc. (AGI), located at 9021 Heritage Drive off of Industrial Parkway East of the village, created and installed a wrap to completely envelope the truck hauling the tree.

 

Letter: Medication synchronization maintains health regimen

Dear Editor,According to studies, improper use of prescription medication, or non-adherence, costs the healthcare system as much as $290 billion every year in hospitalizations and other costly procedures that could have been prevented through proper medication adherence.As an independent pharmacist, I try to make it as simple as possible for patients to maintain their prescription regimen, and one of the new services we offer at Charleston Pharmacy to ad...

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Learn more about judicial candidates

Election Day is less than two weeks away. Before voting, I encourage you to do two things: educate yourself about judicial candidates and vote all the way to the end of your ballot.Why are these requests important? First, voters know less about judicial candidates than candidates for other offices. Second, judicial races are near the end of the ballot and many voters stop voting before they make it to that point.

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Tours scheduled in Mechanicsburg cemetery

MECHANICSBURG — On Saturday, Oct. 25, Stan Oliver will lead two tours of Maple Grove Cemetery that will highlight the fascinating and historical “residents” of Maple Grove.These tours are meant to be informational and are designed to be respectful and appropriate for the entire family (nothing scary, even though Halloween nears). The tour will highlight key residents and military personnel from Mechanicsburg’s past who have a final resting place in Maple Gro...

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Think about these things

Saint Paul writes in Philippians, chapter 4, verse 8: “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.”I believe this is the most profound wisdom that Saint Paul offers because it opens our hearts to the full knowledge of God’s mercy in Jesus Christ. I have observed on other occasi...

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What we really care about is food

Our community may have ongoing assaults, thefts, drug problems, education challenges, weather catastrophes and political campaigns and debates, but what we really care about is food.That’s right, food.Last week, tucked in between The Press’ coverage of all the other typical news events of the week — the court news, county commission actions, the controversial demolition of Galbreath Hall, benefits to help the needy, high school sports, even the...

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Rape suspect’s case will go to trial

A London man charged with multiple counts of rape will go to jury trial, his attorney said Thursday.Daniel Stanton, 25, attended his formal pretrial in Madison County Common Pleas Court. He was arraigned Aug. 29 on a $25,000 cash surety bond.Stanton was charged for an incident on July 19. He allegedly slammed a woman into a wall by the throat, threw her to the ground and later had sex with her. The victim only had sex with Stanton to avoid getting hit again, she told pol...

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Madison County sheriff’s reports

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Saturday, Oct. 11• A victim returned to his residence near Smith Calhoun Road in Plain City to find his wooden gun cabinet open, and his Mossburg Model 500 shotgun missing. The alleged theft took place between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. Oct. 10. The shotgun is estimate...

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Local Methodist women’s church group publishes fundraiser cookbook

DERBY — The Derby United Methodist Women’s Blissful Circle “127th Anniversary Cookbook” is available for purchase. Proceeds from the sale of the book will be used towards updating the fellowship hall that is more than 50 years old.The Blissful Circle has been active for many years in the church located at 11792 London Road in Derby. They support local missions, help families in need and support church projects. This group also assists its members by serving ...

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‘Haunted in Ohio’

Have you ever walked into a dark room and felt a cold chill down your spine, even in the sweltering heat of summer, or heard mysterious noises like the sound of footsteps in the dead of the night?Some things seems unexplainable, especially those eerie feelings or bumps in the night, but for ghost hunter, Christopher Estep — it’s the unexplainable that drives his paranormal investigations.Investigating the paranormal since 1998, Estep will be a guest presenter...

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Fundraiser nets $28K for hog barn

Thanks to an outpouring of community support, the 2014 fundraiser known as the “Fun”raiser hosted by the Madison County Junior Fair Sale Committee has been deemed a success.The tally of the day’s efforts was $28,000 — all of which will go toward the estimated $400,000 needed for the new hog barn project.More than $8,000 of the total came from the silent and live auctions. By the end of the day, 77 of the 250 needed hog pens were sponsored. For a $...

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Playoff hopefuls running out of time

There’s no more wiggle room for the Madison County high school football teams still entertaining thoughts of postseason play. With just this Friday night and one more in the regular season schedule, teams are clearly in must-win situations.A week after all of them were at home, all four of the area teams will be on the road this week.Madison-Plains (5-3, 2-2) at Grandview (6-2, 3-2), 7 p.m.The county team with the most difficult remainin...

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Time change a “win-win” for JA fans

Jonathan Alder High School sports fans have a chance to make it a district championship doubleheader Saturday, Oct. 25, thanks to a change in start time instituted by the Central District Athletic Board.The Division II volleyball district championship match between No. 4 Jonathan Alder and No. 2 Bloom-Carroll will be played at its regularly scheduled time of 3:30 p.m. at Worthington Christian Middle School. The Alder girls soccer team, which knocked off Bloom-Carroll Wednesday even...

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Alder girls top B-C, advance to final

The Jonathan Alder girls soccer team will get a chance at a little revenge when it squares off with No. 1 seed DeSales in a Division II Central District championship game Saturday, Oct. 25, at Westerville South at 7 p.m.The Lady Pioneers (9-4-2) earned a shot at the team that’s knocked them out of the tournament the last two years by grinding out a 4-1 semifinal victory over host Bloom-Carroll Wednesday, Oct. 22.The fifth-seeded Pioneers got a pair of goals from Al...

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Help available for those struggling to heat homes

Those struggling with winter heating bills may apply for the the Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (E-HEAP), which begins Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014 and will run through March 31, 2015.Income eligibility is 175 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines ($41,737 per year for a family of four). E-HEAP provides financial assistance once per heating season to households that are: threatened with disconnection, already disconnected, or have less than 25 percent supply of bulk fuel, w...

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London Public Library events

The following is a list of programs offered by the London Public Library:Toddler Story Time — Parents are invited to bring their children, ages birth to 3 years old, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 28 to Toddler Story Time to engage them with books, music, puppets, fingerplays, and other enriching activities.Preschool Story Time — Parents are invited to bring their children, ages 3 to 5 years old, at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, ...

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LCS board approves recommendations

The following recommendations were approved at the London City School Board meeting Tuesday night:• An increase in revenue and appropriations for the London Middle School Band, London High School Band and London High School drama department.• The acceptance a donation of $1,000 from the Children’s Hunger Alliance.• The financial five year forecast, presented by treasurer Kristine Blind.• Supplemental contracts for the 2...

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Nobody is as good as their selfie

I must confess I am not up to date with the latest technical gizmos. So much technology is around today that I believe most people have really lost their identity. I do not think they will soon recover.I am not against modern technology; I simply cannot keep up with it. I would vote for anybody who would call a moratorium on all updates for the next five years. As soon as I get a product, it is out of date and I need, desperately need, an update if I am going to benefit from this p...

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