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Poultry facilities new income for farmers

Setting up a commercial poultry operation can be a part-time job or full-time addition to a farm.
Joe Costa, with Case Farms, spoke on poultry farming Tuesday at the monthly Farmer’s Breakfast, sponsored by Farm Services Agency at the Farm Service Agency offices on Harcourt Road.

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July 19, 2017

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Project will plug water issues

The village of Danville is about ready to begin work on the wastewater treatment facility after additional infiltration issues within the system will be addressed.
Bids on the trenchless sewer repair project were awarded recently and there may be some residual money left over from a $140,000 Ohio Environmental Protection Agency grant to apply to other storm sewer issues, according to Danville Mayor Bob Dile.

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July 19, 2017

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New supplier for Fredericktown electric

Fredericktown will have a new electrical supplier starting in October.

Fredericktown council voted Monday to enter into a three-year contract with energy broker Palmer Energy Co. The contract is for Palmer Energy to broker for the lowest fixed rate for electricity to village residents and eligible small commercial accounts.

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July 18, 2017

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Northridge names new superintendent

The Northridge Board of Education on Monday hired Scott Schmidt as the district’s new superintendent, effective Aug. 1.
Schmidt is currently the assistant superintendent of Gahanna-Jefferson City School District in Gahanna and was interim superintendent for the district prior to that for a year and a half.

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Renacci hears from workers

The biggest problem in Washington, U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci told about 100 people gathered for a family open house at Heating and Cooling Products on Commerce Drive, is career politicians.

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July 18, 2017

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Joshua Morrison/News Members of the Mount Vernon Community Band rehearse in preparation of a concert on Aug. 6 at 3 p.m. in the Mount Vernon Developmental Center Great Room.

Young musicians stay in tune

The Mount Vernon Community Band is sponsoring a summer youth band for instrumentalists in grades six through eight, and if the rehearsal the News recently observed is any indication, the young musicians are having a lot of fun honing their skills.

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July 17, 2017

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