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Long story short, a good time had by all

Jeff Rothweiler had to wait his turn to read on the Story Trail, just like everyone else.

Leaders want data breach to be the last

At this point, Southwest Licking leaders are being "overly cautious" after a recent data breach perpetrated a student, Superintendent Robert Jennell said.

Theater board will run farmers market

Pataskala's farmers market will be organized this year by the Sterling Theater board as a fundraiser for the historic building at 430 S. Main St.
Police beat

Pataskala: Man arrested on felony charges after stabbings

The Pataskala Division of Police arrested a 20-year-old man for allegedly stabbing two people in his home May 15.

ThisWeek earns 18 national journalism awards

ThisWeek Community News has received 18 awards for journalistic excellence in a contest that spans the United States and Canada.

Coming up

Friday Night Frenzy, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. the second Friday of each month at Christian Endeavor UMC, 1415 Londondale Parkway in Newark. Outdoor and indoor games, music and a potluck are included for all ages, free of charge. A euchre competition also will be offered. Call 740-344-2351.
Click It or Ticket campaign

Authorities to step up seat-belt enforcement

Relying on an airbag or anything else in an automobile accident is no substitute for wearing a seat belt, according to Licking County authorities.
Southwest Licking

Levy win means preschool stays with ESC for time being

Southwest Licking's Flying Colors preschool program will remain in the kindergarten center and contracted through the Licking County Educational Service Center -- at least for now.
Police beat

Pataskala: Four teenagers arrested the first week of May

Incidents involving teenagers at or near local school buildings resulted in Pataskala Division of Police officers making four arrests the first week of May.

Fire district plugs free CPR classes to save lives

West Licking Joint Fire District officials want to train as many people as possible in CPR and similar lifesaving actions.

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