The Telegram News
January 22, 2019
  • ‘Cooper Connection’ reaches Canal Winchester

    As the 2018-2019 high school basketball season heats up, there is a notable Jackson County Connection with the Canal Winchester High School boys’ basketball team. For the geographically unfamiliar, Canal Winchester is a rapidly growing small city which straddles Franklin and Fairfield counties southeast of Columbus.

  • It could all be a part of 2019 and beyond in Vinton County.
  • A wonderful life...
    Phyllis Handley lived her life on her terms and it could also be said she left it on her own terms. Mrs. Handley died on Monday, Dec. 31 at the age of 91 after a productive and giving life which greatly benefited the Jackson area and its citizens and will continue to do so for many years to come. Friends and family members said their final farewells to Phyllis last Saturday, Jan. 5 when she was laid to rest at Jackson’s Fairmount Cemetery alongside her beloved late husband, Jack Handley.
     

     
  • 4 billion miles…
    A NASA space craft has delivered an incredibly long-distance gift for us humans bound here on Earth. On Jan. 1 at 12:33 a.m., the New Horizons space craft passed Ultima Thule (TOO-LEE). This comes 3-½ years after passing by Pluto. At a distance of 4 billion miles, this becomes the most distant object ever observed by a man-made space craft.
  • I’m writing as a concerned citizen of Jackson County and as a personal friend of Dr. Jill Neff.
  • I am writing to thank Jackson and Vinton County residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this holiday season. The generosity of area residents enabled us to collect more than 2,180 shoebox gifts. 
  • The Jackson Firefighters would like to recognize the following sponsors for their participation in bringing the Christmas spirit with the Santa House and Santa Float for 2018. 
  • The Community Connection will start the New Year the same way it finished the Old Year -- by saluting community good-deed doers and achievers with the editor’s annual Good Guys/Good Girls/Good Groups awards.
  • Boxing Day…A day-after-Christmas tradition
    It is almost unbelievable that another year is nearly gone.  January 11th will make our three-year anniversary of moving to Florida.  I was thinking about our friends from Canada, they were the first ones I ever heard of that actually celebrated Boxing Day. At that point in my life I had never heard of it.
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