Steve Grismer from the Dayton Police History Foundation, Inc.

The history of transportation in Ohio is marked by three eras: the first, that of the stagecoach and freight wagon; second, the canal; and third the railroad.

Pictured is Leonard Kouse at last week’s New Carlisle Historical Society meeting.

Every so often, a team comes along that captures the hearts, minds, and imagination of fans and the public.

On May 18, 2017, Young’s Jersey Dairy will host a fundraiser for Honor Flight.

25 Years Ago in New Carlisle From the April 15, 1992 edition of the New Carlisle Sun Crystal Lakes residents complained to the Bethel Township Trustees about junk and parked cars in the area.

The roots of Kieffer Market started in a large barn on the outskirts of Donnelsville, where Charles Kieffer owned and operated a wholesale meat business and slaughterhouse with his two sons Odwin and Orth.

B-25 Mitchell bombers from around the country will once again take to the skies before landing at the National Museum of the U.

On Saturday March 18 the exhibits of the Heritage Center of Clark County to magically come to life.

Many of the citizens of New Carlisle will still remember Citizen Dry Cleaner that was located at 104 S.

This is an excerpt from the writings of Bill Berry, New Carlisle, OH Historian It was here that he would meet a man that would strongly influence the rest of his life-Harry “Pete” Pierpont who was from Leipsic, Ohio, along with “Fat Charley” Makley, a forty-four year old bank robber from Ohio, John “Red” Hamilton, a tough, intelligent thirty-four year old bank robber, Russell Clark, a young man who was in jail for a single bank robbery, and later Martin Dietrich who taught Pierpont and his colleagues the “correct” procedures for robbing a bank.

Members of the New Carlisle Chapter No.

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