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.

Tecumseh Senior Cole Bentley is the Rotary Student of the Month for March.

All expectations Clark County Commissioner and Vietnam Veteran Lowell McGlothin had about going on an Honor Flight were blown out of the water from the moment he arrived at Dayton International Airport in the wee hours of April Fool’s Day.

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.

The Northwestern Rotary Student of the Month for March is Emily Day.

New Carlisle’s Lena Picek is the first person to complete “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten” at the New Carlisle Pulbic Library.

For Hannah Peck, her senior year could not have ended any better.

For the seventh year in a row, students in Tecumseh High School’s Honors Physics class competed in the Paper Roller Coaster Building Contest.

The Clark County Park District (CCPD) says its mission is, “To seek to preserve the natural beauty of our parks, as well as our history through active stewardship efforts from our local Springfield community and beyond.

Now is the time to come in from the cold and warm up to the music of The Wright State University Collegiate Chorale.

Cub Scout Pack 338 is collecting aluminum cans and can top tabs to support two causes in the community.

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