On June 22, 2016 Clark County Administrator Nathan Kennedy notified the Board of Clark County Commissioners that he will be resigning this August to accept an employment opportunity in Snohomish County, Washington.

Mad River Township Deputy Jeff Wise is once again putting out the call to action to recruit area law enforcement, fire and EMS as well as medical personnel to participate in the second annual Heroes vs Breast Cancer Softball Tournament.

Recent resignations and terminations at The Humane Society Serving Clark County leave some to wonder what the future holds for this non-profit organization.

At the June 15, 2016 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the commissioners acknowledged receipts of 2016 road construction bids for the County Engineer.

At the June 8, 2016 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners approved contracts for the Department of Job and Family Services (DJFS) totaling almost $1.

The Office of Community Development awarded block grants to three communities in western Clark County.

After nearly 14 years of service to The Humane Society Serving Clark County, Shelter Coordinator Krissi Hawke turned in her resignation last week leaving the shelter without a director, office manager or coordinator.

At the June 1, 2016 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the Commissioners approved the change of the date, time and location of the regularly scheduled July 27, 2016.

If you are over the age of 65 and live alone or are disabled, the Clark County Sheriff has a new program that can help you to stay in your home longer.

The Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) has identified a rabid bat from the Ridgewood Neighborhood (N.

After acquiring the former Clearview Mobile Home Park last year, the Clark County Park District made plans to redevelop the site as a climbing area along the natural limestone cliffs.

The Clark County Park District has some exciting plans for improving the Beatty Station trailhead to the Little Miami Scenic Trail.