Lions Host 67th Annual Independence Day Parade

Even amid the pandemic, the spirit of American was on full display Saturday morning in West Union.  The West Union Lions Club, one of the last remaining service organizations in the community...

New Site Highlights Ohio’s Spending, Could Save Taxpayers $900,000 Annually

Todd DeFeo (The Center Square), The state has unveiled a new website that merges data from its interactive budget and another site that details its spending. The...

Grand Marshal’s selected for Independence Day Parade

The West Union Lion’s Club is pleased to announce the selection of Tony and Peggy Staggs as the Grand Marshal’s for the annual Independence Day Parade in West Union.

County Groups Work Together to Rescue Pony

Adams County Humane Agent James McDonald and Adams County Dog Warden Donnie Swayne were called in mid-June to investigate a report of possible animal neglect in the county. Upon arriving at the...

West Union Still Awaits Splash Pad

More than two years has gone by after funding was provided to the Adams County Office of Economic Development office for splash pads in Adams County communities, the project remains incomplete.  The...

Adams County Fair Line-Up Announced

The 129th Adams County Fair will be held July 15th-18th. Like many other events with mass gatherings, the Adams County Agricultural Society has made modifications to align with social...

Baldridge Pushes for $1.5M in Funding for Manchester Schools

Last week, the Ohio General Assembly passed House Bill 164, which would require public schools to give students the same access to school facilities for the purpose of religious expression as they...

AG Yost Compiles Law Enforcement Reform Feedback for Better Transparency

6/17/2020 - Press Release from Ohio AG Dave Yost (COLUMBUS, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has gone to the people to...

Adams County Schools to Receive Budget Cuts

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced last week that he’s cutting $775 million from the state budget in the next two months because of plummeting state revenue due to the pandemic.

Wilson Children’s Home Employee Faces Child Pornography Charges

A Wilson’s Children’s Home employee has been charged with child pornography charges. According to the Adams County Sheriff’s Office, Jermey Kremin, 41, of Rarden, was charged with illegal use...
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