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SWL contingency cuts
Southwest Licking's coaches and athletics director told board of education members last week they stand behind the athletics council's decision to cancel district-sponsored sports this fall should an operating-levy request be rejected May 5.
Suzanne Bressoud, The Works' director of marketing and communications, hopes the museum's temporary World War I exhibit not only will educate visitors about the conflict, but also about Licking County's large number of contributions to the war effort.
Melissa Gibson exercised her authority as the newly elected Pataskala City Council president to change council members' seating and committee assignments prior to the Jan. 19 meeting.
Pataskala City Council on Jan. 20 heard the first reading of an ordinance that would allow Pataskala Mayor's Court to suspend the license of a driver who travels through the city at excessive speeds.
Pataskala leaders want to study several potential changes for 2015, including the feasibility of relocating Pataskala Division of Police headquarters.
The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating several thefts of tools and various small machinery, most of which were taken from sheds in the past two weeks.
The central Ohio community is being asked to nominate people who make a difference.
Pataskala leaders want to alert residents to opportunities for free preparation of city income-tax returns with agents from the Regional Income Tax Agency.
The Southwest Licking school board on Jan. 15 voted 4-1 to implement a little more than $2 million in budget cuts should its May operating levy request be rejected.
Pataskala police officers encountered a "scary scenario" in the early morning hours of Jan. 8 when a teenage boy was spotted carrying an airsoft gun while walking on railroad tracks near High Street, south of Front Street.