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April 20, 2018 

Mayor Heath: 'A funding issue, not a spending issue'
Randy Heath
Randy Heath
"We have a funding issue. We do not have a spending issue."

With that assertive declaration, Jackson Mayor Randy Heath made his case with the media -- and by extension, the public -- for the voters' approval of a new 1 percent city income tax in the May 8 primary election with the revenue to be used to support the Jackson Police Department.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Wellston Mayor touts team effort toward affordable housing options
Accolades were bestowed upon a number of state and local groups and individuals, namely the Jackson Metropolitan Housing Authority (JMHA), during a recent meeting of the Wellston City Council for all of the work done in assuring the availability of affordable housing options in the city and county.
Friday, April 20, 2018
Dangers of drug needles, syringes covered in Coalton
A small group of Coalton village officials and residents gathered at the Coalton Municipal Building last Monday evening, April 16 for an education session and discussion on the local drug problem, but the forum would have been relevant for any of the local communities in Jackson and Vinton counties.
Friday, April 20, 2018
Student's gun threat impacts JMS
Jackson City School District officials had to deal with an incident Thursday, April 19 involving a Jackson Middle School (JMS) student who made an alleged threat about bringing a gun to school and using it.
Friday, April 20, 2018
Auditor Clyde Holdren endorses candidate, current Deputy Auditor Tiffany Ridgeway
Jackson County Auditor Clyde Holdren is announcing his personal and professional endorsement of Deputy Auditor Tiffany Ridgeway to be his successor. Auditor Holdren, currently in his fourth term, has decided to retire at the completion of his current term.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Wellston District now soliciting bids for roof project
Another step forward was recently taken by the Wellston City Schools Board of Education in the ongoing effort to remediate the numerous issues that have plagued the district's school facilities.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
House, pickup truck destroyed in separate fires near Oak Hill
Friday the 13th did indeed turn out to be an unlucky day for an Oak Hill area resident who lost his home in a midday fire.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
SWCD administrator resigns after work-hours issue raised
Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District (JSWCD) Administrator Bruce Barkhurst has resigned after issues recently arose over his work schedule and working hours.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Two probationers arrested after hiding in crawl space under house in Jackson
A man and a woman who attempted to avoid arrest by hiding in the crawl space of their house were apprehended this past Wednesday, April 11, by Jackson County Municipal Court probation officers and Jackson Police Department officers.
Sunday, April 15, 2018
Two Republicans seek Jackson County Commissioner's post in May primary election
Two well-known Jackson men who both have experience in the local government/political arena -- Jon Hensler and Randy Evans -- are seeking the Republican nomination for one of the most coveted elected positions in Jackson County government, that of county commissioner.
Sunday, April 15, 2018
Oak Hill Pool opening hinges on fundraising, $30,000 needed for major repair project
Whether the village-owned Margaret Ann Pool in Oak Hill opens for the 2018 season may rest on a $30,000 fundraising effort that village leaders have initiated.
Sunday, April 15, 2018
A final farewell for Jackson's own Pearl Harbor victim, Frank Wood
December 7, 1941 was one of the most horrible and tragic days in American history. A total of 2,335 American military personnel were killed when Japan pulled off a successful sneak attack against the U.S. Navy fleet based at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Forever, it will be known as the nation's "day of infamy."
Friday, April 13, 2018

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