Tresa J. Smithhisler, 85, of Mount Vernon, passed away Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 at Country Court Nursing Center.
The Highland Scots only held a three-point lead at the break, but the team poured on 33 points in the second half to cruise to a 59-36 win over the Centerburg Trojans in front of a back-and-forth crowd Friday to further extend their lead in the Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference standings.
The traffic light at the intersection of Parrott Street and South Main Street is now operating, but turn arrows, specific lane signals and pedestrian lights are not yet part of the sequence.
There are those from afar who are doing their nefarious best to scam local people out of thousands of dollars, money they thought was going toward a home rental, says a property manager privy to the tactics used. In fact, he has conversed with a scammer this week, just to see how they operate.
This will be the last summer we get the opportunity to hear Marty Brennaman utter his famous phrase. The longtime announcer for the Cincinnati Reds said he plans to retire after the 2019 season.
An attorney representing Joel Mazza said Thursday he hopes improvements made to a structure that was part of the old Mazza’s building will result in the rescinding of a demolition order.
A funeral service for Rosalind Ann Shipley, 82, of Newark will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 22, at Highwater Congregational UCC, 1213 Dutch Lane Road, NW, Newark, with Rev. Scott Schieber officiating. Burial will follow in Wilson Cemetery.