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Today, November 25, marks the 65th anniversary of the Blizzard of 1950, whichREAD MORE
This Joseph B. Trumbo store was located on the southeast corner of Main Street and Hampton Road in Donnelsville. The store was previously owned byREAD MORE
The school interest of the citizens of the village of New Carlisle were of paramount importance and thus well cared for from its very founding. BeforeREAD MORE
The Donnelsville Town Park containing approximately six acres was once known as Headly Park. The area was named after Mr. and Mrs. ErnestREAD MORE
On Thursday October 22, 2015, over a dozen local residents gathered to hear Scott Suther deliver a presentation on the National Road through Clark andREAD MORE
Silver Lake is referred to as a Kettle Lake, created as the last glaciers left Ohio, more than 10,000 years ago. Since that time on man has visitedREAD MORE
In January 1971 Jerry and Nancy (Sheehan) Neff thought it would be fun to raise flower and vegetable plants at their home to sell at Nancy’s parents’READ MORE
Before 1950 the areas of Medway and Crystal Lakes was protected by the Bethel Township Fire Department, which was located in New Carlisle. Due to theREAD MORE
The 1958 New Carlisle Police force. From left to right: Renie Schmidt, Gordon Henslee, Richard McCarty, Mayor Chuck Keller, Raymond Resselrodt, ChuckREAD MORE
At the northeast corner of the intersection of Route 40 and Route 69 (now 235) was the location of William’s Sohio. Walter and Bertha WilliamsREAD MORE
On March 11, 1886, land was purchased from Silas Trumbo by the trustees of the Church of Brethren in Christ or River Brethren to build aREAD MORE
The above photo is of the dedication ceremony for Henslee Park. The park was dedicated to former police chief Gordon I. Henslee for his service asREAD MORE
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