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Community builder honored in West Liberty

Wilfred “Willy” Yoder was presented the Community Builder Award by the Mad River Lodge 161 F&AM in a ceremony conducted Saturday in conjunction with the West Liberty Force travel softball organization’s softball tournament in the village.

Last Updated on Monday, 30 June 2014

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CARS, TRACTORS CONVERGE IN LAKEVIEW

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Altruistic art

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Students win trip to Washington, D.C., area sites.

Brooke Zarnosky of Bellefontaine and Jasmine Bryant of DeGraff were among 40 high school students from Ohio and West Virginia who visited Washington, D.C., and other points of interest June 13-19 as part of Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc.’s Youth Tour.

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1 transported after Belle Center crash

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Cortney Skaggs, 21, of Raymond, was transported by Rushcreek squad to Mary Rutan Hospital for injuries sustained in a crash about 6:10 p.m. Saturday in the village of Belle Center.

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Marijuana cultivation charge issued after loud music complaint

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John W. Baker Sr., 45, of 10991 State Route 366, Lakeview, was charged with cultivating marijuana, falsification and obstructing official business following an incident at his residence about 3:30 a.m. Friday.

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Additional charges filed in DeGraff off-roading incident

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Deputies have charged Robert Anthony L. Crawford, 41, of 304 Race St., DeGraff, with criminal trespass and criminal damaging following their follow-up investigation of a previously reported off-roading incident in DeGraff Thursday morning.

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Boil alert issued for Belle Center

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Belle Center officials issued a boil alert for all village residents Monday morning as a result of lost water pressure earlier in the morning.

The boil alert is expected to last for one to two days, pending the receipt of test results, officials said.

Last Updated on Monday, 30 June 2014

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