Students namedto the Dean's ListShawnee State University Provost Alan Walker, Ph.D., has released the Dean's List for the Summer Semester 2014.
If the yard isn't big enough to set out a garden plot, another option for would be gardeners is container gardening.
The change in leadership of the Madison-Plains marching band program has kept in step with previous years' standard of excellence.
Sept. 16-23Warranty DeedsWednesday, Sept. 17
Note from West Jefferson Police Chief Terry Ward: In July the Village of West Jefferson fell victim to theft of checks. Detective McNeal was able to track down the six suspects in Columbus and with the assistance of the Franklin...
The Madison County Republican Women's Club held its Sept. 23 meeting at the EMA building in London.
“When is Trick-or-Treat?”
A perfect storm of conditions led to a water issue in Plain City beginning early Friday morning.
Starting Tuesday, Sept. 30 the London Water Department will begin flushing dead end fire hydrants. The city should complete the project by Wednesday, Oct. 8.For more information, call 740-852-9656.
COLUMBUS — Call it speed dating for food producers and school districts.
Hello to everyone, both near and far.After spending the past four weeks with family in Ohio it feels good to be home again. The weather has been perfect since we're back.
My daughter Heather once said, “It's a good thing everybody doesn't like the same things, or we'd all live in houses that looked just alike. Everybody would have the same painting hanging over the same sofa covered with a...
This year we have an overabundance of green beans from our garden. If we eat them with rice, will they make a complete protein like other beans do?
Football schedules, crisp air and turning leaves are a sign of the season's change.And the season's change is a sign of an upcoming election.
Madison-Plains Homecoming will be Friday, Sept. 26 and the Golden Eagles will host neighbor London at their stadium on Linson Road. Candidates for homecoming queen are: from left, Bailey Phillips, McKayla Wilson and Brooke West. Junior attendant is...
Summer is over and winter is beginning to give us her cold shoulder. The only way I can really handle winter is the hope of summer coming again in all her warm embraces. I can only take the shivers for so long.
The recently completed 52nd Farm Science Review at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center offers visitors a multitude of lectures. Some of the information a visitor may be able to use right away; some may have to be “stored” until the next...
The following is a list of programs offered by the London Public Library:
• On Sunday, Sept. 28 Don and Betty Seymour will be at the morning worship service at 10:30 a.m. at the Church of Christ in Christian Union in Sedalia. They spent 50 years on the mission field and will be sharing details of their 50th...
Someone has said, “Change is inevitable, growth is optional.” Think about that for a minute. Let that roll around in your mind and see if you agree. “Change is inevitable, growth is optional.”
If you want a good reputation, you must habitually act with virtue. Virtues are learned habits to do good. At a young age we are encouraged to act in particular ways. Our parents remind us of how important our reputations are. We will be judged by our...
The neighboring city of Urbana, just 30 miles northwest of London, will host a lot of hoopla and chili eating Saturday, Sept. 27. It's the eighth annual Simon Kenton Chili Festival with Hoopla Parade and Chili Cook off and will be held downtown...
Less than two weeks remain to register to vote in the Nov. 4 general election.The deadline to register is Monday, Oct. 6 at 9 p.m. Those submitting voter registration forms by mail must be postmarked by Oct. 6.
A Chillicothe man's 21-month prison sentence was extended a year after he pled guilty to forgery and theft charges Thursday in Madison County Common Pleas Court.
COLUMBUS — The photograph of an eastern bluebird perched on a redbud tree was selected as the winning image of the 2015 Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp contest, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).