Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine joined representatives from the Ohio Task Force Commanders' Association (OTFCA), Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services, Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police, and Buckeye State Sheriffs' Association this morning to announce the results of a statewide drug enforcement effort that resulted in several hundred arrests and millions of dollars' worth of drugs seized.
Judge O’Neill said he arrived at his ruling based on Martin’s lack of a prior criminal record as well as his “obvious” inability to re-commit the same crime, given that he will never be employed as a teacher or Superintendent again, as his licenses have been suspended.
New Carlisle’s 11th-annual Heritage of Flight Festival is scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 2, 3, and 4, with familiar attractions such as the airplane parade and chair races set to return, along with two new additions.
“More Fun Than Catching Them Yourself”
Nine veterans joined the Miami Valley Fly Fishers’ Project Healing Waters program this weekend for an afternoon of learning about the art of fly fishing at Silver Lake.
A group of active citizens from throughout Clark County and the surrounding communities have formed a group to support the designation of the 22 mile segment of the Mad River that flows within the county as a Recreational River under the Ohio Scenic Rivers Program.
Gerdes Celebrates 80th Birthday With Ride In Wright B Flyer
Conrad Gerdes turned 80 yesterday, April 21, but celebrated the occasion this past weekend surrounded by family and a couple of surprises that added a full-circle element to his nearly 50-year history in flight.