City manager Randy Bridge lifted this ban on Sunday, June 5 at 10:00amCity Manager Randy Bridge cancelled the boil advisory around 10am on Sunday June 5. No details were given but the City Manager did say that residents would be notified that the water is safe through Clark County's Hyper-reach system.
When Bethel Local School (BLS) students graduate or head home for summer break in June, some of them will be saying a sad goodbye to one of the school’s most popular teachers, Mr. Danny Elam, who will be retiring at the end of the current school year
It’s springtime in Ohio and warmer weather means motorcyclists and farmers driving farm equipment are once again sharing the road with passenger vehicles, sometimes with fatal results. Local firefighter and avid motorcyclist, Michael Pacey, and Ohio State Highway Patrol Officer, Lt. Brian Aller, have seen firsthand how bad decisions can have terrible consequences for drivers of all vehicles, and both have tips to help drivers safely share the road.
While all the lives of the men and women taken in battle will be remembered this Memorial Day weekend, a special ceremony will be held in New Carlisle to honor a Revolutionary War soldier whose gravestone was obliterated through the years.
Area families of adults living with disabilities or dementia and the professionals who work with them made their way to H.A.R.D. Acre Farm near New Carlisle for an open house on May 11. The event provided a glimpse into the preparations the farm is making before opening the unique day program it will soon be offering to disabled adults and seniors suffering with dementia.
After being publicly antagonized and even more passionately defended, with its fate hanging precariously in the balance at one point in time, the New Carlisle Swimming Pool has survived the rough waters of the past year to open once again for another season.
Tecumseh High School Senior, Jason Holbrook, was honored by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) at the BBB Eclipse Integrity Awards held at the David H. Ponitz Sinclair Center on May 10, 2016. Holbrook was named one of the Miami Valley’s BBB Students of Integrity and awarded with a $1000 scholarship. The award is given to Miami Valley high school seniors who exemplify strong ethics, integrity, and who have an accumulated grade point average of at least 3.0.
The New Carlisle Bethel Churches United (BCU) Food Pantry’s shelves are a little fuller, thanks to Tecumseh High School Senior, Sean Collins, who recently completed an ambitious Boy Scout Eagle project as a way to conduct a food drive for the Pantry.
What a resume for the Tecumseh tennis team this season. They won the Clark County Championship earlier in the season, they won the CBC Tournament, won the CBC title for the second consecutive year, and for the first time in over a decade, the Arrows are sending someone to the district tournament tomorrow at Centerville High School.