At the April 22 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the commissioners awarded the Pile Driving Contract for the Lower Valley Construction Project to Jutte Excavating for $62,683.

Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich attended the Young Republicans meeting held Saturday, April 25 at the Methodist Church in New Carlisle.

Bethel School students, faculty, administrators, community leaders, parents, and community supporters stood in 50-degree temperatures with wind gusts at 30 mph to celebrate the ground breaking for the new school addition at 1:00 p.

After allowing their differences of opinion to come between them at Monday night’s council meeting, New Carlisle City Councilman Ethan Reynolds and Police Levy Chairman Bill Lindsey met Wednesday evening to discuss the issues facing the city as well as sorting out the tensions that arose between them earlier in the week.

At a special meeting on Monday evening, the New Carlisle City Council met and approved an ordinance that will abolish the positions of Secretary/Clerk/Assistant Tax Administrator and the position of Finance Clerk both of which are currently vacant.

At the February 11, 2015 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the commissioners authorized a contract with the City of New Carlisle for $164,579.

The Bethel Township Board of Trustees (Clark County) met Tuesday, February 10 for a regular bi-monthly meeting.

At the February 10, 2015 meeting of the Bethel Township Trustees, the trustees approved a payment to Access Engineering for the design work on the Phoneton Water System.

Ohio has not seen a case of measles in 2015, but did have 382 confirmed cases in 2014, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

At the February 11, 2015 Community Forum hosted by the Bethel Board of Education, Joe Solch, Board President opened the meeting by providing an overview of the building project and an agenda for the evening.

At the February 9, 2015 meeting of the Bethel Board of Education (BOE), the board approved the creation of a middle school that will include grades 6 - 8.