passed peacefully on Oct 12, 2017 at 83 years old.
He was born April 18, 1934 to Ralph Spitler and Margaret Buccholz in Dayton, OH.
Jack was a retiredREAD MORE
New Carlisle Fire crews were called to La Condesa Grocery Store at 119 S. Main St. on Monday afternoon after the staff smelled smoke in the building.
Clark County Sheriff Detectives and Bethel Township Deputy Nick Anderson followed up on leads and on October 14, a 17-year old male from MedwayREAD MORE
Two people were transported to Children’s Medical Center following a crash on Rt. 235 Thursday evening.
According to initial reports, a Chevy TraverseREAD MORE
The Highway Hikers will host their 38th Annual Christmas Toy Run on Sunday, October 15, 2017. The event will start at 1:00 PM at the VFW located atREAD MORE
The New Carlisle News submitted a series of questions to the candidates who will appear on the November 7, 2017 ballot for New Carlisle City Council.READ MORE
Football has held a special place in Nolan Shafer’s heart ever since he was 7 years-old and saw a Wee Arrow walking down the hallway at school. ShaferREAD MORE
Part of the construction on Rt. 235 in Park Layne was to eliminate the intersection of McAdams Dr. (the access road in front of the shopping center)READ MORE
Twenty-six teams gathered at Sugar Isle Golf Course on Sunday, September 10, to tee off for the Tecumseh Education Foundation. The foundation,READ MORE
Fifty walkers participated in the 2017 Crop Walk and raised $8,576 to fight hunger. Of that amount, slightly over $2,000 will stay in New Carlisle.TheREAD MORE
Last Thursday, Meadow View Growers, just south of New Carlisle, released monarch butterflies from their butterfly house. As you may know, Meadow ViewREAD MORE
The 1952 graduating class of Tecumseh H. S. held their 65th reunion with a full week-end of activities on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 8, 9READ MORE
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