Former Knox County Common Pleas Judge Otho Eyster was tapped as the “Republican of the Year” during Wednesday night’s Knox County Republican Party Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.
The Rotary Club of Knox County has been a strong supporter of the Distinguished Young Women program. This year, the club hosted participants for a lunch at The Living Center.
The sinkhole that opened Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of East Street and Ohio Avenue was caused by a broken storm sewer tile, Street Superintendent Tom Hinkle reported.
City water and sewer customers are looking at a monthly minimum rate increase of $10.83 if City Council goes along with the Water and Wastewater Commission.
Since Jan. 1, 2015, every county in the state has the same rules and regulations for household sewage systems, primarily septic and aeration systems.
A few years ago, Daniel Kueper of Canal Winchester was living in New Jersey when he suffered severe chest pain on his way home. He drove to the emergency room of a nearby hospital, where he was found to have had a heart attack and was rushed into surgery.
Congressional Republicans have a “200 day agenda” for actions, said U.S. Rep. Bob Gibbs, and are busy considering Congressional Review Acts to reverse regulations enacted within the last months of the Obama administration.