The National Weather Service in Wilmington (NWS) has confirmed a tornado touched down last evening, May 24 2017, near Park Layne in Clark County.
Very strong winds, possibly a tornado, struck several Park Layne businesses shortly after 9:00 Wednesday evening.
The roof was torn off of the FamilyREAD MORE
The weather man had done a pretty good job in recent days of keeping temperatures to the max for May and the skies clear, but the grand opening of theREAD MORE
This was the 22nd year that the Clark County Coonhunters held their annual kid’s day at the Coonhunter Club in Huber Heights. The event ran from noonREAD MORE
A five-year-old business celebrated their second relocation with a Grand Opening on Friday.
Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate.
Abe’s HiddenREAD MORE
Cub Scout Pack 220 was at the New Carlisle Cemetery on Saturday morning helping to clean up brush and trash.
“We needed to look at a religiousREAD MORE
When First Responders go to work, they never know whether they might assist an elderly person in medical distress, provide emergency services at theREAD MORE
Pictured is Leonard Kouse at last week’s New Carlisle Historical Society meeting. Mr. Kouse is the only surviving member of the 1940 New Carlisle HighREAD MORE
The North Hampton Lions Club is again sponsoring their annual Memorial Day Pancake and Sausage Breakfast on Saturday, May 27 from 7:00 to 11:00 a.m.READ MORE
The Cattle Zone Restaurant and Bar located at 6001 Lower Valley Pike just north of the Village of Enon has quickly become popular for their new lookREAD MORE
If you are currently or have ever been the parent of a seventh grader, you know that getting them to move away from things that are most familiar toREAD MORE
The students at Guiding Shepherd Christian School have begun a “Little Library” on Pike St. next to the food pantry.
“You take a book that you want toREAD MORE
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