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Neel Awwiller, left, of Fredericktown and Justin Hearn of Pataskala both bagged coyotes on the first drive of the day on Saturday. They said they were giving the pelts to a friend who is making a rug from them.

Traditional hunt targets coyotes

In the past 30 or so years, coyote have moved back into Ohio, settling in and reproducing to the extent that they are found in all 88 counties and have become a nuisance to livestock owners. Owners of cats and small dogs also have to be wary of the smart, adaptable canines that are even being spotted in cities.

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Joshua Morrison/News A bid was submitted for the improvement of the Sandusky Street and High Street intersection. The city will review the bid and make a decision in the coming week.

City gets bids on street, SUVs

The city finally got a bid it can consider for improving the intersection at Sandusky Street and West High Street, Mayor Richard Mavis reported at his press briefing this week.

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Brown: Ruling helped Ohio businesses

In his press conference Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown celebrated what he called two recent victories for Ohio workers and expects a couple trade issues to come up quickly after President-elect Donald Trump is inaugurated.

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City looks into crystal ball

Since August, a select committee appointed by Mayor Richard Mavis has been studying city finances and looking at major projects city officials expect will be needed over the next 10 years.

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Commissioners share accomplishments, budget

Knox County Commissioners Teresa Bemiller and Thom Collier presented a “state of the county” to the local Rotary Club Tuesday. They summarized the state of county finances and went over a few of the things that had been accomplished in the past year.

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Engineer outlines 2017

County Engineer Cameron Keaton met with the county commissioners Thursday to update them on his department’s plans for the coming year.

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COJFD emerges anew

The Central Ohio Joint Fire District is now the owner of its firehouse and a restructured board is in place to govern the district.

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