Mary Beth Lane The Columbus Dispatch @MaryBethLane1
LANCASTER — Fairfield County voters will be asked in November for a property tax increase to fund protective services for abused or neglected children and the elderly.County commissioners voted Tuesday to place on the ballot a 1-mill renewal, with a 1-mill increase, for 10 years.
Mary Beth Lane The Columbus Dispatch @MaryBethLane1 The body of a kayaker missing since Saturday has been recovered from the Hocking River, an Ohio Department of Natural Resources spokeswoman said.Stephanie Leis said the body of Steve Lippson was found at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday about 200 yards downstream along the shoreline from where his kayak was swept over a waterfall.Lippson, 40, of Racine in Meigs County, was among six kayakers who were swept over the Whites Mill waterfall in the Hocking...
Mary Beth Lane The Columbus Dispatch @MaryBethLane1 CHILLICOTHE — Small log cabins for campers, hunters and others will begin showing up in some state parks late this summer, built by prison inmates with timber logged from state forests.An inmate team at the Chillicothe Correctional Institution has just finished building the first Sherman cabin and is poised to start work on the next.The project is a collaboration between the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, which needs new cabins for...
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Selecting a term
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