Work on County Road 316 - Lower Valley Pike continues between N.

Clark County Commissioner Rick Lohnes considered Monday to be “a happy day” as three new deputies were sworn-in to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, and several current deputies were awarded for their exceptional performance.

Effective May 2, 2016 the Clark County Jail will be changing its visitation schedule for incarcerated individuals.

Seventy-nine residents of Mad River Township and Enon attended the public hearing to rezone 70.

The Clark County Utilities Department has issued a water boil advisory to almost 1300 homes in Park Layne after a tempory loss of water pressure in the lines.

At the April 13, 2016 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the commissioners approved two grant submission requests for the Department of Job and Family Services (DJFS).

In preparation for Prom, Graduation, and the summer driving seasons, over 600 juniors and seniors from area high schools traveled to Springfield High School (SHS) on Friday, April 15 to take part in an innovative experience aimed at eliminating teen deaths due to making bad decisions while driving.

Clark County Commissioners amended two contracts for the Department of Job and Family Services (DJFS) at their April 6 meeting.

Clark County Commissioners authorized two contracts with Opportunities for Individual Change (OIC) of Clark County at their March 30 meeting.

More than two dozen tourniquets donated by the Bethel Township Fire Department were recently put into commission, being used by the men and women of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office to stop bleeding and potentially save lives when no other first responders are present.

The Bethel Township Trustees of Clark County met last Tuesday, March 22 to address township issues.

At the March 23, 2016 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the commissioners passed a resolution in support of applications for the Agricultural Easement Purchasing Program (AEPP).