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ThisWeek visits Jackson Township Fire Department

What’s it like to be 100 feet above the ground on the platform of a fire department’s ladder truck?
Training for high-schoolers

Legislation would mandate CPR lessons

Local students would be ahead of the curve if a new Ohio House of Representatives bill becomes law.
A special guest

Father makes memorable homecoming

U.S. Army Lt. Col. Chris Butler of the Alabama National Guard wasn't sure what reaction he was going to get from his daughter, Madison, when he surprised her April 20 at J.C. Sommer Elementary School in Grove City.

District treasurer: Stick with Win-Win

South-Western City Schools treasurer Hugh Garside is recommending the district remain a participant in the Win-Win agreement.
Police beat

Grove City: Tools stolen from school construction site

The Grove City Division of Police is investigating the theft of tools and equipment from the Highland Park Elementary construction site, 2600 Cameron St.
Off the shelf

Libraries' services add up to good investment

Libraries offer valuable public resources and services, but a recent study found they offer something more -- they're also a sound financial investment for the community.

Workspace designed to cultivate business ventures

Matt Yerkes knows first-hand the kind of helping hand a startup business can use.

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College note

* Students who received awards during Marietta College's Spring Honors Convocation include Rylie Wahl and Nathan Colborn. Wahl received the Carl L. Broughton Scholarship and the Outstanding First-Year McDonough Scholar and Chapin Prize; Colborn won the Alex Miller Award.

Southwest Public Libraries

The following programs are offered by Southwest Public Libraries. For more information, visit For outreach services, call 614-875-6716, ext. 159.

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Schools brief

Grove City's High School's Price awarded $10K scholarship

College note

* Joshua Colborn of Grove City was given the Miriam S. Allison Award in Education at Muskingum University's Scholarship Recognition Day.

In brief

Hydrants will be flushed next month

Immunizations available May 12 and 19


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