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College notes

* Local students who were named to Columbus State Community College's dean's list for the spring 2016 semester include Allison Adelsberger, Alfath Ahmed, Carmen Allen, Jonathan Allotey, Zachary Alves, Alicia Archibald, Lauren Ashe, Annabel Askew, Devon Ault, Benjamin Baker, Habiba Baouali, David Basye, Thomas Beachy, Cary Bedinghaus, Adam Beeler, Kayla Beggrow, Tanya Berns, Jennifer Berry, Suhina Bhaduri, Charles Braithwaite, Tyler Brock, Matthew Brower-Wyngaard, Theresa Bruskin, Corey Capelle, Brandon Carrier, Daniel Cathcart, Xuanyi Chen, Ting Chen, Wenfan Chen, William Chernesky, Cara Chojnowski, Muhammed Chowdhury, Benjamin Clark, Steven Clark, Alexandria Crist, Courtney Cunningham, Robert Daniel, Murray Davenport, Cristin Day, Haley Doerr, Carla Dotters, Jennifer Eagle; Ashley Edwards, Safaa El Bayed, Raybecca Elder, Brendon Erdman, Eric Estepp, Lauren Ferensen, Brittany Fischer, Nathan Fletcher, Meredith Fletcher, Silas Flugum, Rachel Frye, Brent Funderburk, Taylor Gephart, Samantha Gerken, Sarwar Ghani, Dilara Gingerich, Yasmin Gingerich, Timothy Glover, Sarah Golding, Cody Goshorn, Jennifer Gravenfox, Timothy Greene, Papa Gueye, Alicia Gunawan, Wyatt Guthrie, Jonathan Hague, Justine Harding, Keri Hastings, Xinrui He, Max Henkaline, Daniel Hermance, John Herwig III, Renton Hinderer, Hannah Hinger, Jeff Hodge, Jayna Holehouse, Tianxiang Hou, Mitchell Hughes, Katrina Jackson, Hailey Jaquier, Nawei Jiang, Yizhi Jiang, Emily Jimmerson, James Johnson, Adam Jones, Nathaniel Jump, Christina Kampel, Hyejin Kim, Caitlyn Kinnaman, Chandler Klass;

Clintonville Quest runs in family

Little Hattie Walker has taken on the Clintonville Quest two and a half times so far.

Those with new names, genders find help in clinic

More than a dozen attorneys already had volunteered as of last week to participate in what's being called Ohio's first Name and Gender Change Legal Clinic.

Rescheduled tour hopes to learn from neighbors

A tour to allow Clintonville residents to take in development in other parts of central Ohio, initially planned for June 11, has been rescheduled for Aug. 6.

Utility work means tree trimming, better service

Major utility work is scheduled to get underway early next month along Indianola Avenue from Cliffside Drive to Torrence Road.
Police beat

Clintonville: Bike worth $1,200 snatched from library

A woman told Columbus police July 18 that her son had just "learned the hard way" about leaving his bike and helmet unlocked at the Whetstone branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library, 3909 N. High St.
Substantial achievement

CRC accepts, sorts, doles out 2 millionth pound of produce

Mid-Ohio Foodbank personnel last week delivered the 2 millionth pound of fresh produce to the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center.

Operation Buckeye returns to Worthington

Operation Buckeye is going home.

Message to empty nesters: Don't fear the purge

Stuff. Most of us have a lot of it -- far more than we need.

Wolves' bad rep unearned

Wolves aren't so big, and they're not so bad, either.

Coming up

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Weber Road trains horn in on homes, businesses

The trains that barrel through Clintonville every day carry goods from across the country, but the racket they make can spur frustration for those who live near rail crossings.

CCS board considers ballot options for fall

The Columbus school board is expected to decide Thursday, July 21, which of four levy options will be placed before voters on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Message to empty-nesters: Don't fear the purge

Stuff. Most of us have a lot of it -- far more than we need.

Concert takes 'grim' out of 'Grim Reaper'

Well-known Clintonville folksinger Bill Cohen will turn his attention during his next performance to an unusual subject: death.
Police beat

Clintonville: Tennis courts hit by vandals

An employee with a firm that is refinishing the tennis courts at Whetstone High School, 4405 Scenic Drive, summoned Columbus police at 8:24 a.m. July 17 after discovering $3,000 worth of paint had been poured over the courts and some rental equipment.

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