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Sewage next door irks McDonald homeowner

Julie McCroy’s young daughter refuses to venture for very long outside their McDonald home. Although there is plenty of room in the yard to run and play, as well as a pool in which to swim, a …
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Cleveland losing one of its two OB/GYN private practices

Yesterday at 12:12 PM
There’s a built-in contradiction of sorts in the work of a small OB/GYN clinic, and it’s a pernicious one that chips away at the soul: helping expectant mothers start a family while not having …

Meigs ARC operates in 89th annual ARRL exercise

4 days ago
The Meigs County Amateur Radio Club took part in the 89th Annual American Radio Relay League's Field Day Emergency Communications Exercise. The event is held the last full weekend of June and is …

Polk County launches into 4-H

4 days ago
Polk County 4-H members gathered at Camp McCroy June 13-16 for the annual 4-H summer camp.It was the first overnight camp since the start of the COVID era and the largest with more than 75 4-H …

Women of Habitat helping build futures

5 days ago
Don't tell the women of Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland they can't hammer nails, saw boards and pour concrete. Three of them also lead the organization.Executive Director Tammy Johnson is the first …
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