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Clark County courts system gets new records system
 The Clark County Common Pleas Clerk of Courts Office and other departments recently launched a new customized computerized system that will manage case information for county justice departments. The new TAG Case Process Manager will process case information between the clerk of courts, law enforcement, probation officials, jury management...

4:00 PM Monday, May. 30, 2016

The Clark County Common Pleas Clerk of Courts Office and other departments recently launched a new customized computerized system that will manage case information for county justice departments. The new TAG Case Process Manager will process case information between the clerk of courts, law enforcement, probation officials, jury management...
New Carlisle to finally sell defunct development for $189K

12:00 AM Saturday, May. 21, 2016

The city of New Carlisle has agreed to sell the defunct Twin Creeks Subdivision — finally ending a nine-year ordeal and recouping some of a roughly $1 million bond it co-signed. Residents applauded after New Carlisle city council members agreed this week to sell 27 Twin Creeks lots for $189,000. The proprieties will be sold to Don Gilliam...
Greenon students memorialize teacher
 Greenon students honored a popular longtime teacher who died earlier this week with a memorial and portrait of him on the school track. Jeffrey Whitt died on Monday. He was 55. Austin Webb, a senior at Greenon High School, drew the chalk art memorial of Whitt to say thanks to Whitt, who he described as a special teacher who had a positive...

11:36 PM Friday, May. 20, 2016

Greenon students honored a popular longtime teacher who died earlier this week with a memorial and portrait of him on the school track. Jeffrey Whitt died on Monday. He was 55. Austin Webb, a senior at Greenon High School, drew the chalk art memorial of Whitt to say thanks to Whitt, who he described as a special teacher who had a positive...
Youth sports targeted to draw more visitors to Springfield
 The Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau wants to establish a youth sports complex and target amateur athletics to increase tourism. That could include a swimming pool and the other amenities that go around that,” said Daren Cotter, the group’s new chairman. “Fitness facilities, athletic fields, restaurants...

10:00 AM Wednesday, May. 18, 2016

The Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau wants to establish a youth sports complex and target amateur athletics to increase tourism. That could include a swimming pool and the other amenities that go around that,” said Daren Cotter, the group’s new chairman. “Fitness facilities, athletic fields, restaurants...
Clark County clerk loses lawsuit over direct deposit
 A judge ruled Monday that Clark County Auditor John Federer didn’t withhold the paycheck of the county common pleas court clerk and committed “no wrongful” acts against him. Clark County Common Pleas Clerk of Courts Ron Vincent filed a lawsuit in August against Federer, demanding his paychecks that had been withheld since...

8:46 PM Monday, May. 16, 2016

A judge ruled Monday that Clark County Auditor John Federer didn’t withhold the paycheck of the county common pleas court clerk and committed “no wrongful” acts against him. Clark County Common Pleas Clerk of Courts Ron Vincent filed a lawsuit in August against Federer, demanding his paychecks that had been withheld since...
Clark County Fairgrounds makes safety, health upgrades
 The Clark County Fairgrounds recently obtained a campgrounds license after operating for several years without one outside fair week and also had been operating without Environmental Protection Agency approved sanitary hydrants. The fairgrounds obtained a campgrounds license in April after being told it wouldn’t be allowed to operate...

11:30 PM Sunday, May. 15, 2016

The Clark County Fairgrounds recently obtained a campgrounds license after operating for several years without one outside fair week and also had been operating without Environmental Protection Agency approved sanitary hydrants. The fairgrounds obtained a campgrounds license in April after being told it wouldn’t be allowed to operate...
Clark County could set aside $500K annually for economic development
 Clark County commissioners might approve a new policy requiring them to transfer a minimum of $500,000 per year into a fund for economic development, community development and capital projects. “We (would) have the flexibility now to handle a project ourselves … or we also (would) have the option to have the group that we pay...

12:00 AM Saturday, May. 14, 2016

Clark County commissioners might approve a new policy requiring them to transfer a minimum of $500,000 per year into a fund for economic development, community development and capital projects. “We (would) have the flexibility now to handle a project ourselves … or we also (would) have the option to have the group that we pay...
Clark County elections official quits, says he was ‘disrespected’
 Clark County Board of Elections Deputy Director Tom Wilson has resigned after just two months on the job, saying he was “greatly disrespected” by a board member. Wilson, a Democrat and a former Clark County assistant prosecutor, submitted a two-page resignation letter dated April 29 outlining multiple occasions when he felt mistreated...

11:01 PM Friday, May. 13, 2016

Clark County Board of Elections Deputy Director Tom Wilson has resigned after just two months on the job, saying he was “greatly disrespected” by a board member. Wilson, a Democrat and a former Clark County assistant prosecutor, submitted a two-page resignation letter dated April 29 outlining multiple occasions when he felt mistreated...
New Clark County Fair director to consider beer sales, partnerships
 The new director of the Clark County Fairgrounds said he would consider selling alcohol at the fair and plans to seek corporate contracts with beverage companies and other businesses. Dean Blair, whose first day was May 2, said he’s currently learning as much as he can about the fair, but at some point he will research the pros and...

9:03 PM Thursday, May. 12, 2016

The new director of the Clark County Fairgrounds said he would consider selling alcohol at the fair and plans to seek corporate contracts with beverage companies and other businesses. Dean Blair, whose first day was May 2, said he’s currently learning as much as he can about the fair, but at some point he will research the pros and...
Clark County leaders concerned summer youth jobs program may end
 A $512,000 summer employment program that provides jobs to about 100 youth could end after this year. The state has replaced it with a year-round program, but some Clark County leaders are concerned that not as many people will qualify under the new rules. The Opportunities for Individual Change Summer Youth Employment Program received a...

10:00 AM Thursday, May. 12, 2016

A $512,000 summer employment program that provides jobs to about 100 youth could end after this year. The state has replaced it with a year-round program, but some Clark County leaders are concerned that not as many people will qualify under the new rules. The Opportunities for Individual Change Summer Youth Employment Program received a...
New Carlisle unable to download body cam footage
 New Carlisle recently cancelled its internet upgrade because the higher speed was not fast enough for deputies to download and remotely transfer footage from their body cameras to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. “We are back to our previous speed and our previous price,” City Manager Randy Bridge said. A deputy will put...

3:00 PM Saturday, May. 07, 2016

New Carlisle recently cancelled its internet upgrade because the higher speed was not fast enough for deputies to download and remotely transfer footage from their body cameras to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. “We are back to our previous speed and our previous price,” City Manager Randy Bridge said. A deputy will put...
Clark County marks National Day of Prayer
 At least 200 people gathered in downtown Springfield on Thursday for the Clark County National Day of Prayer annual breakfast. The breakfast included prayers for the government, businesses, media, military, families, churches, schools and health care. Lt. Col. Bernard Willis of the Springfield Air National Guard Base was the speaker. &ldquo...

2:42 PM Thursday, May. 05, 2016

At least 200 people gathered in downtown Springfield on Thursday for the Clark County National Day of Prayer annual breakfast. The breakfast included prayers for the government, businesses, media, military, families, churches, schools and health care. Lt. Col. Bernard Willis of the Springfield Air National Guard Base was the speaker. &ldquo...
$1.5M Clark County waterline falls short of connection goal
 Clark County borrowed more than $1.1 million dollars to build the Limecrest Water System with the hope 150 residents would tap into it by this year to repay the loan. But only 70 customers out of the more than 280 in the area have connected to the waterline since it was built nearly three years ago, Clark County Utilities & Solid Waste District...

10:00 AM Thursday, May. 05, 2016

Clark County borrowed more than $1.1 million dollars to build the Limecrest Water System with the hope 150 residents would tap into it by this year to repay the loan. But only 70 customers out of the more than 280 in the area have connected to the waterline since it was built nearly three years ago, Clark County Utilities & Solid Waste District...
New Carlisle 1st in Clark County to create smoke-free zones in parks
 New Carlisle is the first jurisdiction in Clark County to establish tobacco free zones in all city parks and facilities. Council members unanimously approved a resolution this week that requires smokers to be 20 feet from playground equipment, restrooms, athletic fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, swimming pools, special event venues...

9:55 PM Tuesday, May. 03, 2016

New Carlisle is the first jurisdiction in Clark County to establish tobacco free zones in all city parks and facilities. Council members unanimously approved a resolution this week that requires smokers to be 20 feet from playground equipment, restrooms, athletic fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, swimming pools, special event venues...
Former base commander urges Springfielders to honor military
 A former Wright-Patterson commander urged Springfield residents Monday to stop and appreciate the sacrifices those in the military make to keep this country safe. “The sun never sets on our Department of Defense. So we can sleep well. Your Department of defense is definitely awake thanks to the many people we honor today on Armed Forces...

12:00 AM Tuesday, May. 03, 2016

A former Wright-Patterson commander urged Springfield residents Monday to stop and appreciate the sacrifices those in the military make to keep this country safe. “The sun never sets on our Department of Defense. So we can sleep well. Your Department of defense is definitely awake thanks to the many people we honor today on Armed Forces...
Longtime Clark County Fair director to retire, businessman takes helm
 A former co-owner of a car dealership will take the helm of the Clark County Fairgrounds after the fair’s longest-serving director retires later this year. Dean Blair, former co-owner of Foreman-Blair Buick/GMC/Cadillac, was recently hired to replace Allan Hess when he retires on Aug. 31 after 21 years as the fair director, Fair Board...

12:00 AM Saturday, Apr. 30, 2016

A former co-owner of a car dealership will take the helm of the Clark County Fairgrounds after the fair’s longest-serving director retires later this year. Dean Blair, former co-owner of Foreman-Blair Buick/GMC/Cadillac, was recently hired to replace Allan Hess when he retires on Aug. 31 after 21 years as the fair director, Fair Board...
$40M high-volt utility line project proposed in Clark County
 First Energy wants to build a $40 million, high-voltage transmission line in Moorefield Twp. that may cause some area residents to sell part of their property. The transmission lines are needed to increase electrical capacity and allow for future growth or economic development in in Clark County, said Doug Colafella, a spokesman for First...

10:00 AM Friday, Apr. 29, 2016

First Energy wants to build a $40 million, high-voltage transmission line in Moorefield Twp. that may cause some area residents to sell part of their property. The transmission lines are needed to increase electrical capacity and allow for future growth or economic development in in Clark County, said Doug Colafella, a spokesman for First...
Clark County hires 3 new deputies
 Three new Clark County sheriff’s deputies were recently sworn in to duty, bringing the number of full-time deputies to the highest number in the office’s history. Sheriff Gene Kelly said his office now has 136 deputies and has hired more deputies because of the increased emergency calls for service from area schools and the county&rsquo...

12:00 AM Thursday, Apr. 28, 2016

Three new Clark County sheriff’s deputies were recently sworn in to duty, bringing the number of full-time deputies to the highest number in the office’s history. Sheriff Gene Kelly said his office now has 136 deputies and has hired more deputies because of the increased emergency calls for service from area schools and the county&rsquo...
Graham to invest $600K on new transportation, maintenance facility

8:37 PM Monday, Apr. 25, 2016

Graham Local School officials plan to invest more than $600,000 in a new transportation and maintenance facility. The district purchased the Faulkner Lumberyard at 9915 U.S. Route 36 last year for about $336,000 and are in the process of selling its current transportation facility to the village of St. Paris. Officials purchased the property...
Clark County Coalition cuts return offender rate, saves tax dollars
 Clark County Re-entry Coalition has received about $3 million in state and federal grants and more than $200,000 from county commissioners in recent years to reduce recidivism among ex-offenders. The investment is needed, county officials say, to slow the drain on tax dollars spent on the criminal justice system as well as the cost of feeding...

4:00 AM Sunday, Apr. 24, 2016

Clark County Re-entry Coalition has received about $3 million in state and federal grants and more than $200,000 from county commissioners in recent years to reduce recidivism among ex-offenders. The investment is needed, county officials say, to slow the drain on tax dollars spent on the criminal justice system as well as the cost of feeding...
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