Archive for April, 2015


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Egg hunt a big success

Five-year old Riley Kirker is the epitome of Easter Egg hunters, dressed in her Sunday finest jelly bean dress and filling her basket at the 23rd annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Wilson Children’s Home in West Union. A bright spring day on the Easter weekend greeted bunny watchers young and old to the Wilson Children’s Home in West Union on Saturday, April 4 for the annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by Adams County Children’s Services.

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All lives matter

The Adams County Commissioners proclaimed April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

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Seas hired as new ACOVSD superintendent

At last week’s ACOVSD board meeting, Richard Seas was hired as the district’s new superintendent, replacing the retiring Rodney Wallace. Shown are, from left, board member Tom Reed, board member Charalena Bess, Superintendent Seas, ACOVSD Treasurer Tina Hageman, board member Kent Bauman, board member Judy Campbell, and board member John Lewis.

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Hope Van has served Adams County for 20 years

The Hope Van is well known throughout this county since it has traveled many miles over the roads and stopped in the towns and villages to offer medical and social services. Carolyn Work RN-C PNP-C and Nancy Darby of Adams Brown Counties Economic Opportunities, Inc. wrote a grant to assist in fulfilling this dream.

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Serpent Mound hearing coming up

I would like to call your readers’ attention to an announcement in the People’s Defender about Serpent Mound setting a date for public comment about the Serpent Mound Management Plan. The article refers to a draft management plan put forward by the Ohio History Connection .

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April is Fair Housing Month

April is Fair Housing Month. Southeastern Ohio Legal Services, the legal aid law office for Adams County joins with the Adams County Commissioners and the Adams County Economic Development Office in celebrating the anniversary of the passage of the landmark 1968 Federal Fair Housing Act.

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