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Meetings ¯ Liberty Township will hold their monthly meeting on Friday, May 6th at 5:00pm. ¯ The Belpre Township Trustees will hold regular scheduled meetings the first Monday of every month at 335 Baker Road, Little Hocking. These meetings are open to the public. For more information, contact the Trustees at the township office, 740-423-6366. … Read more

Local Events | News, Sports, Jobs

Meetings ¯ The Washington Co. Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will meet at 10:30 am Saturday at the Washington Co. Library lower-level meeting room. David Baker will present “James Backus, His Fascinating Life in Early Marietta”. For more information or changes, visit washogs.org. ¯ Liberty Township will hold their monthly meeting on Friday, May … Read more

Tama Library News April 13 | News, Sports, Jobs

Plans for the 2022 Summer Reading program are coming along. This year’s theme is “Read Beyond the Beaten Path”. We have received cash donations from these great local businesses: We like to call them our Super Sponsors: Kruse-Phillips Funeral Home; Williams Manufacturing; OK Tire; The State Bank of Toledo; El Gallito; FOE Ladies Auxiliary and … Read more

The free Montclair Local app

Open up the app store on your smartphone — it’s time to download the newly launched Montclair Local app. We quietly soft-launched the app at the start of April, alongside our newly redesigned website at MontclairLocal.news. We’ve been testing it for the last few weeks, and we’re happy to report it’s working wonderfully — making … Read more

New York Theme Park Guide: Prices, Opening Dates, Travel Info & Rides

Image by Maitane Romagosa One of the summer’s most revered traditions is queuing up for a theme park ride. Whether you’re inhaling the salt air at Coney Island or tackling some of the world’s biggest coasters at Six Flags Great Adventure, the New York area is full of roller coasters, Ferris wheels, bumper cars, and … Read more

Texas book banning efforts are inspiring readers to form banned book clubs

When Joslyn Diffenbaugh learned about efforts in Texas to remove certain books from school libraries and classrooms, she was surprised by the titles that were being challenged. An avid reader, the 8th grader from Kutztown, Pennsylvania, said she had read several of the books in question. Among the titles that had come under attack in … Read more

Community Calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

TUE/4-12 Alliance Rodman Public Library teen movie night, 5:30 pm, main auditorium; 2021 film (PG-13) of popular superhero who must seek help; information at 330-821-2665, ext. 217 Columbiana MCTA Executive Council, 8:30 am, Das Dutch Haus Drive thru ham dinner, 4 pm until sold out, Methodist Church; reserve dinners at 330-831-1112 or 330-482-2382 School board … Read more

Former ND resident pens book about UFOs | News, Sports, Jobs

Martin Keller, who grew up in Dickinson, has written a memoir on the topic of UFOs. Nearly 52 years ago on Oct. 24, 1968, military members from Minot Air Force Base in the missile field and a B-52 bomber reported sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Martin Keller, who grew up in Dickinson in the … Read more

Sea to Summit: King Peak | Get Out

I left the house at 6 am to pick up Natalie and drive south for the tenth and final Sea-to-Summit Challenge. She is a great adventure partner, always up for anything. If you’ve been following this series, you might remember she was my companion for the 90-mile Grasshopper Peak challenge (“Sea to Summit: Grasshopper Peak,” … Read more