Archive for January, 2011


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Larger classes vs. new levy

The Adams County/Ohio Valley School Board faced some stiff questioning from the public during their January meeting Monday night concerning proposed cuts of elementary teachers, which would result in larger class sizes.

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Inmate walks away from work detail LOUIS RAYMOND BLYTHE WEST UNION – A man, incarcerated in the Adams County Jail as a non-violent offender, walked away from a work detail early Thursday morning and drove away in a car used by the jail.

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Cheap Hotels Near Seaman Ohio

Seaman is a village in southern Ohio. Part of Adams County, Seaman has over 20 historical attractions.

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Adams Co. Inmate Walks Away From Work Detail

Sheriff’s deputies said an inmate walked away from the Adams County Detention Center.

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Contest could get heated

In a year when a controversial reassessment has focused more attention than usual on the Adams County, six candidates have already announced their intention to run for county commissioner.

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You don’t need to be a doctor to help

Following in step with other counties in the tri-state area, Adams County is forming a Medical Reserve Corps.

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Supervisor who filed suit throws hat in ring

The Freedom Township supervisor who filed a lawsuit against Adams County has announced he is running for county commissioner.

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Ivan Chavira Ivan Chavira, 26, of Donna, Texas, passed away Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010, at Knapp Medical Center in Weslaco, Texas.

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Lakota looks at solar energy; change to kindergarten schedule

Although the financial future of the Lakota Local Schools looks cloudy, it may soon be able to cash in on some sunshine.

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Group calls for better training to report child abuse

The director of the state’s leading child-advocacy group says it’s rare to see those who are required to report child abuse prosecuted when they fail to do so.

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