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* Madison Krstich of Johnstown was named to Wittenberg University's dean's list for the spring 2016 semester.

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On the move

* Columbus firefighter Harold "Jay" Chambers was selected by his officers and peers as the June 2016 Firefighter of the Month.

Stocking the pantry

No crooners, only crashes and crushings this year

Monster trucks named OverKill Evolution, Higher Education, Black Stallion and Iron Warrior will roll into the Hartford Fair with action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 8.
Johnstown Village Council

Resident feedback sought concerning income-tax hike

Johnstown leaders want to know if residents would support an income-tax increase on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Succulent sales

Johnstown's farmers market offers a variety of vendors every Saturday in the town square from 9 a.m. to noon. Robyn Moran and Thelma Tinon of 62 Produce brought fresh sweet corn and berries to the July 16 market.
Police beat

Johnstown: Pokemon Go leads to trespassing headache

Johnstown police received a call at 8:50 a.m. July 14 about persons trespassing on private property to play the reality mobile game Pokemon Go.

Johnstown schedules town meeting on tax-hike measure

Johnstown Village Council has announced a town meeting for 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, at council chambers to discuss an income-tax increase that could be on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Parading for a cause

The Johnstown American Legion Post 254 Color Guard and Johnstown-Monroe High School's Big Red Band lead the 41st annual Fireman's Festival parade July 9.

Coming up

Events and programs

Anti-fracking group coming to town

Johnstown residents will have an opportunity July 18 to learn their rights in regard to fracking.
J-M school board

Auction set; nickel lunch increase approved

Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools leaders want to get residents cooking.
Police beat

Johnstown: Window takes brunt of tattooed man's anger

Johnstown police recently arrested a man for criminal damaging for a broken window at the Johnstown Historical Society building at Main and Coshocton streets.

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