The Clark County Sheriff’s Office, the Ohio State Patrol and the Ohio Investigative Unit worked together the evening of June 10, 2016 as part of the Proactive Enforcement Blitz in Bethel Township. The plan was to combat identified problem areas in an effort to reduce the number of individuals on the street who may have been involved in violations.
Last Friday evening, Clark County Sheriff Deputies, Ohio Highway Patrol Troopers and the Ohio Investigative Unit were out in force to attack the continuing problem of drugs in the area and intoxicated drivers.
This year will mark the fourth consecutive summer that downtown New Carlisle has come alive with nearly two dozen hometown vendors selling homemade and home-grown goods. Beginning June 18, Main Street will be the site of the city's farmers market festivities each Saturday until mid-September, with a special theme most weeks.
Members of the Tecumseh Local Schools’ Elementary Parent/Teacher Organization (PTO) have announced the PTO has been given the green light to go ahead and completely fund a field trip for each of Tecumseh Local School District’s (TSLD) Kindergarten through Fifth grade classes during the 2016-2017 school year.
Over the last several months, the Clark County Sheriff's Office has received multiple reports of subjects obtaining and using drugs in the area of Bethel Township. Because of the high number of complaints, Bethel Township, the Clark County Sheriff s Office and the Ohio State Highway Patrol decided to team up together to battle this problem.