The contested race for three seats on the Bethel Local Schools Board of Education drew eight candidates, the most for any race in Miami County this

The New Carlisle News submitted a series of questions to the three candidates who will appear on the November 7, 2017 ballot for the two seats on the

The Tecumseh Education Association  will host a Meet the Candidates Night at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, October 31, in the auditorium at Tecumseh High

On September 26, 2017 The Tecumseh Local Board of Education held its regular meeting in the Arrow Conference Room at Tecumseh High School. All members

The upcoming November 7, 2017 ballot will soon be seen by the citizens of New Carlisle, and it will contain the initiative petition number 4 that will

Last Tuesday, the Bethel trustees met to discuss developments from the Bethel contract deputy and fire departments, as well as community concerns. News

Residents of the Village of Donnelsville may be getting a municipal water supply, with water supplied by Clark County. Mayor Bob Cornwell informed the

New Carlisle City Council held a special meeting on Tuesday (October 3) to pass an ordinance allowing the City to spend tax dollars for political

At the September 13, 2017 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, County Administrator Jennifer Hutchinson reported that the county and city

At the September 12, 2017 meeting of the Bethel Township (Miami) Trustees, the Bethel Township Trustees voted against a request to re-zone 8.13 acres

Clark County’s zoning department sent two representatives to the Bethel Township Trustees meeting last Tuesday to give a special presentation at the

City Manager Randy Bridge presented New Carlisle City Council with his proposed cuts to the City’s budget at the council’s meeting on Monday. “The

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