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Sirens sound unexpectedly in Pataskala

Pataskala is working with the Licking County 911 Center to determine why the tornado siren in western Licking County near Taylor and Havens Corner roads sounded at 8 a.m. July 9 and 10.

Testimony concludes in case against Fire Chief David Fulmer

The West Licking Joint Fire District Board is expected to make a decision on District Fire Chief David Fulmer’s fate Thursday, July 10.

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JEDZ lawsuits have Etna in 'holding pattern'

The Etna Township trustees on July 1 agreed unanimously to settle lawsuits filed against the township regarding its recent joint economic-development zone proposal with Reynoldsburg.

Sagar's recall election slated Aug. 19

Pataskala City Council voted 6-0 on June 30 to schedule a recall election Aug. 19 for Councilwoman Pat Sagar.
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Test results 'pleased' districts

Southwest Licking and Licking Heights school district officials said they are pleased with their third-graders' results on the Ohio Achievement Assessments.
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Pataskala: Officers make two burglary arrests

Pataskala police officers arrested two men last week in conjunction with two separate burglaries.

Glow kickball tournament scheduled for July 11

The Southwest Licking Leo Club will host its first glow-in-the-dark kickball tournament from 9 p.m. Friday, July, 11, to 3 a.m. Saturday, July 12, at Thomas J. Evans Foundation Park, 10255 Mcintosh Road.

Recall election for Sagar will be Aug. 19

Pataskala City Council on June 30 voted 6-0 to set a recall election Aug. 19 for Councilwoman Pat Sagar.

Petition to recall Sagar certified

Pataskala City Council plans to discuss a recall election for Councilwoman Pat Sagar during a June 30 meeting, according to Mayor Mike Compton.

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City to celebrate the Fourth on July 5

Pataskala's first fireworks display in several years has turned into a community celebration that will begin in the early afternoon Saturday, July 5, and conclude with a bang that evening.

King, Schaumleffel named city administrator finalists

Former Pataskala service director Benjamin King and Robert Schaumleffel of Westerville are the two finalists in Pataskala's search for a city administrator.

Cooperative members like idea of their own CIC

The first official meeting of the West Licking County Cooperative on June 23 at Pataskala City Hall generated plenty of talk of camaraderie and even the idea for a new community improvement corporation.
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Pataskala: Drug crimes, thefts keep police busy

Pataskala police officers found drugs at a residence and cited three people for drug-related offenses within the past several days.

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