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Move-in nearly set to
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Strung Up Bluegrass Band is the featured act at the 3rd Annual Bluegrass & BBQ, set
for Oct. 27 in the Della Selsor Building at the Madison County Fairgrounds in London.
Bluegrass & BBQ returns
By Kristy Zurbrick
The Madison County Historical Society
and the London Visual Arts Guild are making
a habit of putting on an entertaining
and delicious evening of music and food.
For the third year in a row, the two organizations
are hosting Bluegrass & BBQ.
This year’s event takes place on Oct. 27 in
the Della Selsor Building at the Madison
County Fairgrounds, 205 Elm St., London.
Doors open at 5 p.m. The opening act,
singer-songwriter Michael Boyle, will perform
old country music and some bluegrass
from 6 to 7 p.m. The headliner,
Strung Up Bluegrass Band, takes the
spotlight from 7 to 9 p.m.
Admission is $10 in advance or $12 at
the door. Tickets can be purchased at Phat
Daddy’s Pizza, 15 E. First St., London, or
Gallery On High, 5 E. High St., London, or
from any Historical Society or Arts Guild
member. Meals are $5 and include a barbecue
sandwich, chips and a cookie.
“We had a full house the past two
years. We have Strung Up Bluegrass
Band back again this year. They have
been well received. They play all around
here,” said Jim Donohoe, a member of both
the Historical Society and the Arts Guild.
Proceeds from the event benefit both
The Arts Guild operates Gallery On
High and Studio 7 on High Street in London.
The organization promotes art and
art education through exhibits, classes,
workshops, outreach programs and social
activities. Area artists are welcome to
work on their craft during open studio
hours. Through Oct. 28, the photography
of local resident Bob Rea is on exhibit at
The guild relies on membership dues,
donations and fundraisers to cover facility
maintenance costs, utility bills, equipment
and supply purchases, college scholarships,
and scholarships that allow area
children to take classes at the studio. For
more information, go to londonvisualartsguild.org.
The Madison County Historical Society,
260 E. High St., London, offers the public
a chance to take a trip through the
county’s past with museum tours, pioneer
camps, school visits and special events. In
addition to the museum, the grounds feature
a caboose, one-room school house,
early settler Jonathan Alder’s log cabin,
and a two-story log house.
Like the Arts Guild, the Historical Society
relies on memberships, donations
and fundraisers to operate and maintain
its facilities and programs. The museum is
open from 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdays. For more information, call
By Kristy Zurbrick
The city of London is nearly ready to
start the first phase of its move into the new
city hall building at 20 S. Walnut St.
Crews have been renovating the first
floor of the former primary school building
that sits at the corner of South Walnut and
East High Street to allow the city to consolidate
all but the police, fire and street departments
under one roof.
“We look to move the offices in three
phases,” said Mayor Patrick Closser. “We
hope to get my office and the parks and
recreation department in there by the end
of the month.”
Those two departments will test how the
building functions, making sure all systems
are working before more departments make
The second phase will see the law office,
tax department, and building and zoning
department move into the building, followed
in the third phase by the auditor’s office
and board of public utilities.
Closser said he does not have a firm
timeline for the second and third phases but
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London resident Debbie Reed, a subcontractor
on the London city hall renovation,
puts her years of experience as a painter
Messenger photos by Kristy Zurbrick
The city of London plans to consolidate most of its departments under one roof, on the
first floor of the former school building at 20 S. Walnut St. Renovations are nearly complete.
The first phase of the move-in process is slated for later this month.
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does plan to hold a public open house once all departments are settled.
In the meantime, the public is invited to attend the next city
properties meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 at the building to see the
The city had hoped to move into the new building earlier this
year but ran into delays with the discovery of asbestos in and under
“That kind of held us up a little bit. We wanted to make sure it
was safe for everyone—the citizens and our employees—and didn’t
want to rush it,” Closser said.
Even with the asbestos abatement, the project as originally
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Tim Russell of All State Exteriors installs a drop box for utility
payments at what will be the new London city hall at 20 S. Walnut
St. Russell has served as foreman on renovations at the former
school building. Over the past year, his crew has installed new
lighting, new heating and cooling systems, flooring, and drop
ceilings. The entire interior is getting a new coat of paint, as well.
planned has stayed under bid. City council
approved $1.64 million for the project. The
bid came in under $1.6 million. The city is
financing the project through J.P. Morgan
Chase with an annual payment of $107,876.
The city has since added some improvement
projects outside the original bid package,
including installation of Wi-Fi and a
parking lot for employees at 20 S. Walnut.
The parking lot likely will be located behind
Bicentennial Park next to Dr. Mark Lima’s
dentist office. The estimated cost for the additional
projects at 20 S. Walnut St. is
$300,000. Closser said the city will use
money from its general fund and 2019 capital
funds to cover the work done outside the
original bid package.
The city decided to bring its departments
under one roof for two main reasons, Closser
said. One, the buildings the departments
now occupy are aging and with that comes
the need for repairs. The Walnut Street
property, built in the 1960s, is block construction.
“This building will last forever. It has
sturdy bones...I feel this will be city hall for
a very, very long time,” Closser said.
The second reason is convenience. Instead
of traveling to several locations to take
care of city-related business, citizens will be
able to make one stop.
“If you have to pay taxes, pick up registration
for volleyball and pay your water
bill, for example, you can do that all in a couple
of minutes at one place,” Closser said.
The city also will see efficiencies in utilities
with one building to heat and cool instead of
several. Supplies could be bought in bulk for
all departments, instead of individually per
department, Closser added.
The consolidation means the city will vacate
three locations—6 E. Second St., 102 S. Main St., and 100 S.
Main St. Closser said the city will put the properties up for sale
through the government bidding process. The properties will go to
the highest, best bidders, as approved by city council.
The police and fire departments will remain at their current locations.
The street department recently moved to the former Ohio
Department of Transportation garage at 1460 State Rte. 42. The
fire department is expanding into the vacated street department
The Madison-Champaign Educational Service Center rents the
second floor of the 20 S. Walnut St. building and will continue to
do so when the first floor becomes city hall.
Messenger photo by Kristy Zurbrick
The Madison County Commissioners proclaimed October as
National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month. On hand
for the recognition were: (front row, from left) London resident
Duncan Gholson and Mount Sterling resident Whitney Shoaf;
Jackie Cutlip, production coordinator in MATCO’s assembly division;
(back row) commissioners Mark Forrest, David Dhume
and David Hunter; and Van Viney, MATCO CEO. Duncan and
Whitney assemble parts for Stanley Electric. MATCO partners
with Stanley and other area companies to provide work opportunities
for people with disabilities.
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Boosters and scholars applauded by JA board
By Sandi Latimer
Jonathan Alder Local Schools’ athletic
and music boosters groups have been busy
this past year. Representatives shared highlights
at the Oct. 8 school board meeting.
“We got a new concession sign,” said Athletic
Booster President Michelle Farley-
Mancini. “It is so huge, I wondered who
would put it up.”
The sign covers the back of the concession
stand and has white print on a black
background. Interspersed with the white
writing of menu items and prices are colorful
drawings of snack items. Local artist Hilary
Frambes designed and made the sign;
contractor G.O. Justus installed it.
Through concession stand sales and the
annual Booster Bash, the athletic boosters
raised $62,000 this past year. The money
* state championship banners for the
* chartering a bus to take the softball
team to the state tournament;
* a new rack in the weight room;
* wall mats;
* a football tackling dummy;
* range balls for the boys’ golf team;
* team shirts for boys’ basketball;
* team bags for boys’ soccer;
* uniforms for girls’ tennis;
* three $500 scholarships; and
* the Boosters’ second $10,000 commitment
to the proposed Alder Field Turf.
The group’s biggest fundraiser, the
Booster Bash, will celebrate its 10th year on
March 9 at the Bridgewater Conference
Fundraising is big for the JA Music
Boosters (JAMB), too, said President Lucas
Gutirrez. Over the past five years, those efforts
* $15,600 in scholarships;
* the purchase of 36 uniforms;
* a trip to Philadelphia and New York;
* a music trailer to haul equipment;
* risers for the junior high choral pro-
Jonathan Alder High School Principal Mike
Aurin (right) recognizes senior Sandy
Moser who has been named a Semifinalist
in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
* a marimba; and
* four rehearsal mirrors.
The music boosters raise money through
visitor-side concession stand sales and an
annual Sugar Plum Lane event at the winter
holidays. Additionally, a mattress sale
brought in more money than expected.
Participation in band and choir has
grown over the past five years, from 249 students
to 414 students in band and from 178
students to 201 students in choir.
At the start of the board meeting, high
school Principal Mike Aurin recognized two
seniors for outstanding achievement in the
National Merit Scholarship Program. Clair
Grywalski was named a Commended
Scholar and Sandy Moser was named a National
Commended Scholars placed among the
top 50,000 scores of more than 1.6 million
students who entered 2019 competition by
taking the 2017 PSAT/NMSQT. Moser is one
of the approximately 16,000 semifinalists
who have the opportunity to continue in
competition for National Merit Scholarships.
Board members approved a shared service
agreement with Fairbanks Local School
Principal Mike Aurin (right) recognizes
senior Clair Grywalski who has been
named a Commended Scholar in the National
Merit Scholarship Program.
Local artist Hilary Frambes designed and
made the new sign for Jonathan Alder
High School’s home-side concession
stand, sales at which benefit the Jonathan
Alder Athletic Boosters.
District so that Aaron Johnson can continue
his part-time work as treasurer at the two
districts. The board also voted to renew the
lease with YMCA of Union County for the
The next Jonathan Alder school board
meeting is set for Nov. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at
Plain City Elementary.
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• Tuesday, October 16th - Toddler Time - 10:00 am
Preschool Story Time - 11:00 am
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• Wednesday, October 17th - Body Basics by COSI -11:00 am
Cookbook Club - 7:00 pm
• Thursday, October 18th - Play Date - 10:30 am
• Monday, October 22nd - Zombies in American Culture - 6:00 pm
Friends of the Library Meeting - 6:00 pm
Tuesday, October 23rd - Toddler Time - 10:00 am
Preschool Story Time - 11:00 am
Levi at the Library - 4:00 pm
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Sat. Oct 20 - 10am
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• Thursday, October 25th - Play Date - 10:30 am
ABC’s of Movement - 6:30 pm
• Saturday, October 27th - Rockin’ Pirate Magic Show - 11:00 am
Check out the library’s website for a list of all our Programs.
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Painting for a good cause
Members of Sterling Chapter 74 of Order of the Eastern Star (OES) enjoyed a painting
party Sept. 9 at the Mount Sterling American Legion. The event raised $340 for charities
the chapter supports. To learn more about membership in OES, contact Carol
Musselman, Chapter 74 secretary, at (740) 277-9241.
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Organizers of an annual cruise-in presented a $4,000 donation
to the London Academic Achievement Boosters at the Oct. 9 London
school board meeting.
The donation is earmarked for scholarships in memory of Dr.
Martha Geib, a London graduate who worked as a pediatrician in
the community and served on the London school board. Marshall
Geib, Martha’s husband and Boosters president, accepted the donation.
“Our cruise-in would not be possible without all the people who
bring their cars, donations, and sponsors from our community,”
said Stephanie Huddleston, a member of the organizing committee.
Other committee members included Marci Bogenrife, Melissa
Canney, Connie Dwyer, Christina Finney, Bonnie Hamilton and
This year marked the third year for the
Martha Geib Memorial cruise-in, which
takes place the last Sunday in July.
Also at the meeting, the school board accepted
a $250 donation to London Elementary
from Vietnam Veterans Chapter 746,
an $835 donation for an LED digital down
marker from Richard and Sue Minner, and
two science microscopes valued at $3,000
for London Middle School from the Ohio
Bureau of Identification and Investigation.
Michael Browning, principal at the high
school, recognized senior Johnny Ren,
named a Commended Student by the National
Merit Scholarship Program. Ren
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and Advanced Placement chemistry
and U.S. History.
“Add in Art IV and mechanical principles
and you have a very well-rounded young
man,” Browning said.
London’s color guard is headed to the
Color Guard National Competition in Indianapolis.
The school board approved the
overnight trip, set for Feb. 15-17. The squad
has won several competitions.
“The success you have achieved over the last few years has been
incredible,” said Darryl Brown, school board president, to members
of the color guard in the meeting audience.
Superintendent Dr. Lou Kramer announced
that district leadership has a plan
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to fix the “wood gym” at London Elementary.
Earlier this year, staff found water in
the in-floor sleeve into which supports for
the volleyball net are inserted. The discovery
was an indication of a water problem
under the gym floor.
Kramer said the plan is to install extra
It is time again to fill out applications for
the Tri-County Joint Fire Fighters’ Toy
Drive. Applicants must provide identification
and proof of residence, such as an electric
bill or phone bill, and must reside
within the Tri-County Fire running district.
The application period is Nov. 1-Dec. 7.
Messenger photo by Kristy Zurbrick
Organizers of the Martha Geib Memorial Cruise-In present a
$4,000 donation to Martha’s husband, Marshall Geib, president of
the London Academic Achievement Boosters. The committee
members are: (front row, from left) Stephanie Huddleston, Connie
Dwyer, Bonnie Hamilton; (back row) Marci Bogenrife and
Christina Finney. The money will be used for scholarships for London
students. (Not pictured Melissa Canney and Kelly Snyder.)
London school board president Donovan Cooper (left) and high
school Principal Michael Browning (right) congratulate senior
Johnny Ren for being named a Commended Student by the National
Merit Scholarship Program.
drainage around the building and replace
the wood floor. He does not yet have a final
estimate on the cost for the drainage work.
A $136,000 insurance claim will cover the
The “wood gym,” named for the look of its
floor, has been out of commission since the
start of the school year. Physical education
teachers are making do by splitting the
“blue gym,” named for its floor color, in half
to double up on classes.
Kramer said he does not know yet when
the project will be completed.
Sign up for Mt. Sterling toy drive
Forms can be picked up at the fire house, 7
W. Columbus St.: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5
Toy and monetary donations will be accepted
at the fire house until Dec. 7. The
drive will benefit ages 0-12 years old.
For details, call (740) 869-2643.
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How to safely use slow cookers
Work, school, and parenting
obligations can make weekdays
and even weekends hectic.
Many of us do not feel we have
enough time to make a good dinner
for our family. Slow cookers to the rescue!
Slow cookers, also known as crock pots, are great
tools. No more standing in front of the refrigerator trying
to make decisions about what to have for dinner
after a long day at work. No more trying to balance food
prep and homework. Just throw the ingredients in the
slow cooker before leaving for work or daily activities
and turn it on.
Slow cookers come with so many advantages. They
can save time and money. They use less electricity than
a conventional oven. They cook foods slowly and at a low
temperature–between 170°F and 280°F—and the low
heat helps less expensive, leaner cuts of meat become
tender and shrink less. The direct heat from the pot and
lengthy cooking time combine to destroy bacteria, making
the slow cooker a good choice for safely cooking
When using a slow cooker, follow these important
food safety tips:
1. Make sure your slow cooker, utensils and work
area are clean.
2. Keep perishable foods refrigerated until it is time
to add them to the slow cooker. Bacteria multiplies rapidly
when food is left at room temperature.
3. Always defrost meat or poultry before putting it in
the slow cooker. If you place frozen meat or poultry in a
Minimum food temperatures
Give it a rest
for your health
Category Food Temperature (°F)
Ground Meat & Meat Mixtures Beef, pork, veal, lamb 160
Turkey, chicken 165
Fresh Beef, Veal, Lamb Steaks, roasts, chops 145
Poultry Chicken & turkey, duck, goose 165
Pork and Ham Fresh pork, fresh ham (raw) 145
Precooked ham (to reheat) 140
Leftovers & Casseroles Casseroles and leftovers 165
slow cooker, it can spend too
much time thawing, allowing
bacteria to multiply and make
you sick. Using defrosted foods
also will ensure your meal cooks
evenly and all the way through. Vegetables cook slower
than meat and poultry in a slow cooker, so if using
them, put them in first.
4. Cut large pieces of meat into smaller pieces before
adding them to the slow cooker, and make sure your
slow cooker is half to two-thirds full to ensure foods cook
Before you serve a meal from the slow cooker, make
sure to use a food thermometer the food has reached the
minimum temperature (see chart). Place the thermometer
probe in the center of the cooker with soups, sauces
and stews. If cooking meats, probe a thicker piece of
meat with the thermometer. Don’t let the thermometer
touch the side of the cooker as this will be hotter than
the food in it and give you a false reading. If your cooker
has a temperature display, you still want to check to be
sure the food has reached the minimum temperature to
inhibit pathogenic bacteria from growing and causing
the potential for a foodborne illness.
Use recipes written with instructions for using a
slow cooker for better success on your planned food. Refrigerate
any leftovers within two hours after your meal.
Prompt storage can prevent bacteria from growing in
leftovers. These bacteria have no odor and can’t be
tasted or seen.
Leftovers should be stored in shallow pans or containers
so that they cool down quickly. The
quicker your leftovers cool, the less time they
spend in the “danger zone” (40—140°F). Most
leftovers will keep for about four days in the
You are now set with your food safety tips
to make one daily chore less of a hassle. Enjoy
Jennifer Michaelson is the environmental
health director at Madison County Public Health.
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As a thank-you for allowing the Darby Creek Chapter of the Archaeology
Society of Ohio to use the Oak Run Township Hall
for meetings, chapter president John Stroman (far right) presents
a copy of “The Archaeology of Ohio” to township trustees
(from left) Wayne Holland, Chuck Farmer, and Kelly Manns and
township fiscal officer Shelly Kimbler.
like meeting place
Home at last!
The Oak Run Township trustees recently voted unanimously
to allow the Darby Creek Chapter of the Archaeological Society
of Ohio to use the township
hall for their monthly meetings.
The club meets at 5:30
p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month for a light supper and
meeting. The public is welcome to attend. Individuals with archaeological
finds are invited to bring them in for an expert opinion.
Most meetings include guest speakers, presentations, and
On Oct. 1, John Stroman, vice president of the Darby Creek
Chapter, presented a copy of “The Archaeology of Ohio,” written
by Robert N. Converse, a Plain City native with a nationwide
reputation as an expert in Native American artifacts, to the Oak
Run Township trustees as an act of appreciation.
Vickie L. Finchum
Darby Creek Chapter
Archaeological Society of Ohio
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Delinquent Real Estate Taxes
Ohio Law requires the publication of unpaid real estate taxes twice a year. Taxes on the parcels listed below are unpaid as of September 28, 2018. They are subject to penalties, interest and costs
of collections. In addition, the County Treasurer and Prosecuting Attorney will commence foreclosure and forfeiture proceedings if taxes on these parcels remain unpaid.
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30 UNION TWP - LONDON SD
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02 DARBY TWP - JONATHAN ALDER SD
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04 PLAIN CITY CORP. - JONATHAN ALDER SD
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06 DEERCREEK TWP - JONATHAN ALDER SD
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13 OAK RUN TWP - MADISON PLAINS SD
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08 JEFFERSON TWP - JEFFERSON SD
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33 PLEASANT TWP ANNEX - MADISON PLAINS SD
09 JEFFERSON TWP - JONATHAN ALDER SD
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TILTON CHRIS/NICOLE 09-00029.000 67.34 JZA REALTY INV LLC 18-00384.000 198.65 SCHARF RAY S & WANDA 29-00725.001 398.46
WADE MARLENE J 09-00045.000 837.03 KEMP RANDY J & JANETTE 18-00906.000 1,174.72 SHAW WILLIAM E 29-00405.000 89.67
10 JEFFERSON CORP - JEFFERSON SD
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ATER KATHERINE J 10-00402.000 1,562.75 KITCHEN LARRY 18-00541.000 742.96 SHAW WILLIAM E 29-00408.000 89.67
ATWAY SCOTT 10-00865.001 1,404.48 KITCHEN LARRY 18-00786.000 1,488.63 SHUNK DAVID P & JENNY 29-00101.000 112.62
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Delinquent Manufactured Home Taxes
Ohio Law requires the publication of unpaid manufactured home taxes twice a year. Taxes on parcels listed below are unpaid as of September 28, 2018. Total shown may not reflect
entire delinquency. They are subject to penalties, interest and costs of collections. In addition, the County Treasurer and County Prosecuting Attorney will commence foreclosure and
forfeiture proceedings if taxes on these parcels remain unpaid.
Owner Name Reg # Amt Owner Name Reg # Amt Owner Name Reg # Amt Owner Name Reg # Amt
01 CANAAN TWP - JONATHAN ALDER SD
MULKEY LESLIE 0100445 275.73 CASE ASHLEY 0800080 51.72 EDWARDS CLARENCE G 1100475 129.73
ANDREWS JOE 0100670 497.84 MYTTEN PAMELA 0100423 303.97 CHADWICK FRANKIE 0800012 188.53 ENSINGER HOLLY 1100471 48.85
BEACH FRANCIS A 0100039 201.78 NARAIZP ANA YELI OSORIO 0100469 385.97 CHAPMAN DANIELLE 0800014 176.70 FERRELL DAVID & JEFFREY 1100790 157.16
BENNETT CONNIE D 0100141 104.64 NARCIZO MARIELO OSORIO 0100484 99.17 COBURN JAMES 0800312 50.52 FREY MARIAN A 1100553 505.20
BERTRAM BRETT E 0100440 838.94 NICHOLS LISA & BOBBY 0100385 933.90 CORDLE GARY 0800120 31.83 GAERTTNER KATHLEEN F 1100674 723.64
BOGGS JAMES & MELISA 0100034 78.30 NICHOLSON PHILIP & BRENNA 0100460 860.92 CORDLE IRANDA 0800412 750.79 GALUPPO GEORGE & CHRISTINA 1100180 1,155.94
BOYD RONALD E 0100177 166.50 OMMERT TAMMI 0100561 198.07 COTTON LISA 0800066 32.78 GORDON HAROLD 1100009 48.65
BREWER MAREDA J 0100785 89.74 PATTERSON SEAN & NATISHA 0100367 524.66 DUFFEY JOHN W 0800158 596.16 HALL WILLIAM 1100688 118.94
BURNS TRAVIS 0100600 576.33 PEREZ ANA LUCIA GARCIA 0100142 34.67 EARLES JEREMY L 0800272 28.09 HARRELL DAVID 1100110 179.86
CAIN-MCFARLAND JAMES/MANDY 0100253 164.88 PEREZ MELLISSA S 0100612 94.55 FULTZ DAVE & BEV 0800403 585.74 HARRELL ELIZABETH & DAVID 1100784 353.61
CANTRELL LARRY D & DONNA J 0100535 44.03 PERFECTO ERIK G & GOMEZ 0100048 431.51 GEORGE MICHAEL 0800105 28.09 HARSH NICHOLAS 1100789 41.29
CARROLL TERRY F 0100664 44.08 PHIPPS STACY M 0100198 45.89 HALL KEITH A & WENDY J 0802900 450.30 HERNANDEZ ALMA ROSA ZARAZUA 1101400 40.74
CARSEY LISA 0100481 173.36 POLLOCK DALE E JR 0100236 125.31 HANCOCK JOHN 0800109 122.72 HICKMAN REBECCA 1100556 81.01
CARSON TYLER A 0100656 27.03 RAPP ROGER 0100007 366.76 GRUGG-HAWKES CYNTHIA A 0800285 38.25 HICKS MARTHA & MCCOY LARRY 1100036 98.32
CHURCH JAMES & AMANDA 0100511 446.65 REED PAMELA 0100112 317.50 HESS VICKIE 0800397 142.07 INGLES DONOVAN & TREISA 1100333 31.22
CONWAY WILLIAM & GINA 0100754 321.00 REEDER JAMES 0100295 2,261.32 HOWARD CHRISTOPHER 0800182 691.87 J MOORE SALES 1100138 238.36
CRABTREE KAREN D 0100153 175.95 REEDER JOHN & ELISABETH 0100106 171.60 JEFFERSON LODGE MH PARK 0800103 69.30 JOHNSON TERRY 1100332 121.71
CRAWFORD MELISSA A 0100197 88.86 RODRIQUEZ MARIA M 0100062 82.74 JONES RYAN & FLINT CHEYANNE 0800004 239.61 JOSHUA JONES 1100066 25.17
CRUZ JANE MARTINEZ 0100702 722.03 ROSS AMY MICHELE 0100521 904.41 KENDRICKS DEBRA 0802600 967.92 KING IMOGENE 1100125 31.22
CRUZ NOEL M 0100231 458.63 ROSS WILLIAM & AIME 0100621 4,331.80 LITCHFIELD NICOLE 0800262 53.23 KIRTS KENNETH D & SAMUEL L 1100050 41.58
CRUZ PABLO & NATIVDAD JUDITH 0100085 217.97 ROWE REBECCA J & DWANE 0100150 194.85 LOESER JOSH 0800134 129.87 KIRTS KIRK & ANGELA 1100142 34.72
CRUZ ZOILA R 0100244 2,176.04 ROWLAND ANDY 0100604 1,194.83 MEEKER JAMES & VICKI 0800401 443.77 KNIGHT JOHN D 1100515 32.41
DAPORE DIANA 0100136 107.48 SALIZZONI SHEILA 0100448 104.93 MULLINS KIMBERLY L 0800308 97.19 KRONK KAYLAN 1100162 105.57
DUCKWILER DALE & LINDSEY 0100351 260.06 SANCHEZ CANDACE 0100019 249.90 MUSIC KIMBERLY 0800006 39.34 LOVE JOHN JR 1100700 94.50
EZCOBAR JUANA SANCHEZ 0100247 140.18 SCHUMACHER LUCINDA 0100144 2,403.89 NEAL LISA 0800364 204.09 MCDONALD BRANDY L 1100661 35.91
EVANS JACK & NADINE 0100700 258.07 SHRIVER JOHN W 0100221 405.83 NEELY APRIL 0800113 26.21 MILLER JOEL DEAN & BRENDA LYNN 1100450 537.31
FIFE JOHN 0100756 531.45 SNIDER CRAIG 0100256 129.77 OAKWOOD ACRES 0800017 29.43 MULLINS PAMELA L 1100049 1,611.07
FINKE MICHAEL & ANDREA 0100586 262.26 SNYDER PEGGY S 0100116 345.98 PAXTON BARBARA A 0800215 400.17 MURRAY MARA & DUANE 1101500 674.43
TINAJERO-FRANCO BLANCA IDALIA 0100330 187.81 SOWARDS TINA 0100254 48.54 PLOTTS JEREMIAH 0800048 500.02 NARAMORE MICHALEA 1100267 196.38
GAVIN MICHAEL 0100652 656.91 STOVER BEN 0100191 173.36 PRATT GARTH D 0800415 187.13 PARK JAJIETTA 1100275 61.50
GILLIAN MELISSA S 0100783 630.44 TACKETT GREGORY & TAMMY 0100377 1,378.29 QUEEN CRISTINA 0800470 99.16 PHILLIPS GRACE M 1100082 947.05
GOURLEY JESSICA 0100131 563.73 TAYLOR KIMBERLY J 0100261 365.90 RAMEY BRYON L & JENNIFER L 0800058 312.04 REED BRANDON/SKEENS HARLEY 1100681 48.65
GRIFFITHS LANDON/BRITTANY 0100199 697.90 TAYLOR THOMAS E & DEBORAH M 0100074 831.40 REYNOLDS TIMOTHY 0801300 257.69 REYNOLDSBURG MH SALES 1100212 28.39
SOLANO-ALDERETE JOSE G 0100013 152.72 THE NICOL KEYSTONE 0100444 308.59 ROUSH JOSEPH 0800010 826.80 SALYER RAYMOND S 1100476 178.24
HAMNER TONI 0100117 1,406.92 THOMAS JEFF 0101620 364.19 RUSH CATHY J 0800777 961.31 SCARBERRY JOHNATHON/ASHLEY 1100363 315.40
HAWK JOHN M 0100015 304.34 THOMPSON RANDALL 0101450 433.44 SALYERS BETTY 0800303 83.34 SCOTT DAWN 1100704 299.28
HAYDEN BRAD W 0100070 775.17 TRENTER CAROLYN 0100645 591.27 SCHULTZE TIMOTHY 0800300 86.92 SEAGRAVES JAMES II 1100136 256.95
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JM FAMILY PROPERTY TRUST 0100544 30.60 YOUNG KIM 0100222 1,278.21 STANLEY AMBER 0800089 149.66 THOMAS TAMARA LYNN 1100403 233.07
KARASAK SHANE & JENNIFER 0101250 184.29 04 PLAIN CITY CORP. - JONATHAN ALDER SD
TAYLOR TIMOTHY 0800013 344.20 TRAVIS MICHELE 1100205 1,224.34
KELLER RICHARD L & LINDA S 0100555 102.32 FORTUNE PAUL D 0400001 41.58 WEST JEFFERSON MH PARK 0800035 327.15 WALSH LISA 1100054 96.35
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WEST JEFFERSON MH PARK 0800148 327.15 WAUGH KERRI 1100019 782.41
LANE JOSHUA 0100075 33.22 BOGENRIFE PAUL 0500012 583.25 WILES BARBARA A 0800043 111.35 WAUGH KERRI 1100243 411.45
LANE PEGGY SUE & ALFREDA 0100282 94.55 BOGENRIFE PAUL 0500056 29.09 WILLIAMS COURTNEY & JAROD 0800051 28.09 WILLIAMS ANGEL 1112900 162.05
LARSON CHRIS & FITCH REBECCA 0100364 163.71 BUMGARNER THOMAS 0500065 2,311.02 WRIGHT MARY A 0800368 53.53
17 PLEASANT TWP - MADISON PLAINS SD
LEACH PERVA 0100357 44.08 CAIN BRYAN 0500095 115.16 11 MONROE TWP - JONATHAN ALDER SD
CARTER HEIDI 1700020 1,199.23
LOPEZ MARISOL DUARTE 0100252 635.97 HOLTON DIANA 0500007 3,474.51 ANDERSON JACOB & DEBBIE 1100002 40.94 HOLCOMB RAY L 1700065 645.99
MALONE BROCK & ANGELA 0100259 165.43 HUTCHINS JUSTIN A & BRANDY J 0500204 46.13 BAISDEN TERRY 1100570 963.52 LANTZ JANET 1700016 216.81
MANN RICHARD T 0100575 43.62 JONES RALPH & DEBBIE 0500071 357.49 BARKER LARRY S & PATRICIA 1100280 3,102.58 LANTZ JANET S 1700059 133.37
MARTIN JAMES B 0100206 54.06 KEAN DIANE I 0500063 190.05 BARLOW MICHAEL B & JUDITH 1100272 416.68 POTTER DONALD J 1700033 41.16
MARTINEZ ERMINIO & IRAICLES 0100450 1,061.86 SMITH CECIL & DAY JANE E 0500026 224.93 BOWEN RANDY & MADDOLIN 1100342 180.16 SWAGGERTY CHARLES J 1700090 757.89
MARTINEZ JESUS 0100701 1,539.59 WHITE DARCEY 0500022 58.84 BURGESS ROY 1100634 63.12
28 SOUTH SOLON CORP - MADISON PLAINS SD
MASON SHARON B 0100446 374.71 08 JEFFERSON TWP - JEFFERSON SD
CHIN PATTY & PRYOR JOHN 1100039 120.68 HUNT KELLEY S 2800007 2,294.74
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MCDUFFEE JOHN C JR 0100277 61.82 BAESMAN GEORGE R & BETTY L 0800021 185.54 CLARK TERRY W 1100427 310.32
29 UNION TWP - MADISON PLAINS SD
MITCHELL MATTHEW 0100644 107.24 BINKLEY DORIS 0800241 3,906.69 CRAWFORD DAVID & ROBBI 1100018 553.09 COX THOMAS LEROY 2900006 156.45
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MOORE WILLIAM E 0100047 76.52 BROWN BERNARD & LOUISE G 0800071 213.09 EDWARDS CLARENCE 1100026 129.73
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Some Mount Sterling village council members have
changed their minds regarding proposed increases in
the debt fees residents and commercial businesses pay
for water and waste water.
The proposed increases were introduced at council’s
Sept. 24 meeting. The purpose is to help pay back loans
for renovation of the wastewater plant and construction
of the new water plant. The village owes $3.8 million on
the wastewater loan and $9.5 million on the water plant
loan. Without new revenue, the village will not have
enough money to pay the loan payment due in the
On Sept. 24, council voted 3-3 with Mayor Billy Martin
breaking the tie with a “yes” vote to move the resolution
forward. On the second reading, held Oct. 8,
council’s vote was 4-2 in favor of the increases. The final
reading and potential adoption of the increases is set for
Oct. 22. If passed, the increases would go into effect on
Jan. 1, 2019.
Council members David Timmons and Tom Ward
cast the two “no” votes on Oct. 8. Previously, Timmons
“This is a very tough decision and I have to go with
my heart,” Timmons said. “I have talked to so many
people on fixed incomes that this will significantly impact.
I just can’t ask people to pick between medicine,
food and water.”
Mayor Martin responded, “Voting with your heart
isn’t going to pay the millions of dollars we are in debt.
This is a suggestion by the (state auditor), and they
have said we cannot default on this loan. We have
looked at every other option, but this is the only way.”
Originally, council members Rebecca Burns and
Tammy VanSickle voted “no” on the increases. Both
voted “yes” on Oct. 8, joining Lowell Anderson and
“Before the last council meeting, we thought we
might be able to use capital improvement funds to
lessen this burden on residents and wanted to explore
that option,” Burns said. “However, after meeting with
the auditor and seeing the finances after we make the
December (loan) payment, I saw we won’t have enough
funds to fix other issues that could arise. We need to
have additional money in case emergencies arise, so we
can address other issues in the village.”
Some council members said that in addition to the
debt fee increases, they want to look at other ways to
generate revenue so they could potentially reduce this
burden in the future.
“I still want to look at other creative ways we can
generate revenue, including selling water,” said council
member Becky Martin. The water plant is capable of
producing 900,000 gallons of water per month.
“I understand the burden this puts on residents and
know this is painful to pay,” Martin said of the proposed
The proposed legislation calls for raising the monthly
debt fee for water and sewer by between $49.40 and
$50.85 for residential properties. For commercial businesses,
the rate would increase by $50.25. The volume
rate paid by industrial businesses would go up by $5.95.
Currently, residents pay a monthly debt fee of between
$20.40 and $21.85, commercial businesses pay $21.25, and
industrial businesses pay a volume rate of $8.35.
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Robert Jones Jr., 82, of London, formerly of Circleville, died on
Oct. 1, 2018, in his residence. Born on Jan. 9, 1936, in Circleville,
he was a son of Florence (Hill) and Robert Jones, Sr. and was a U.S.
Air Force veteran. Survivors include: his wife, Carmen (Freeman)
Jones; sons, Jermaine Jones, Jamie Jones and Jeremy Jones;
daughter, Traci Jones; grandchildren, Auria Jones, Jasmyn Jones,
Xavier Jones, Denzel Jones, Damien Gibson, Kellen Bolin, Jalyssa
Bolin, Jayla Bolin and Whitney Grundy; brothers, John Jones and
Granville (Vera) Jones; sisters, Edith Jones, Florence (Thomas)
Fisher, Harriet Brown and Theresa Byrd; a multitude of nieces,
nephews and family friends; in-laws, Wyatt Freeman, Ella (James)
Dunson, Goldie Freeman, Tina Freeman and Deborah Freeman. He
was preceded in death by: his parents; brother, Ralph Jones; sisterin-law,
Angela Freeman; and mother -in-law, Barbara Freeman.
Per Robert’s wishes, there will be no funeral. The family is being
served by Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory, London.
Larry Gene Holcomb “Chief,” 67, of London died on Sept. 25,
2018, in London. Born on Dec. 11, 1950, in Franklin County, he was
a son of Berneice Luella (Mullins) and Wilbur Lewis Holcomb. Chief
Holcomb spent the first part of his military career during the Vietnam
War. Most of his career was in the Marines, serving all over
the world. He retired from the U.S. Navy. He was preceded in death
by his parents, seven sisters and four brothers. He is survived by
numerous nieces and nephews, including nephew, Moose Van
Hoose, and his beloved cat, Rascal. Per Chief Holcomb’s wishes, a
service was not held. His remains will be buried at sea by the U.S.
Navy, via Camp Pendleton, San Diego, Calif., his last duty assignment
port. The family was served locally by Eberle-Fisher Funeral
Home and Crematory, London.
Gary Haag, 82, of Harrisburg died on Oct. 5, 2018. He was born
on Oct. 26, 1935, in Columbus, Ohio. Gary graduated from Jackson
High School. He retired from Signal Delivery as a truck driver and
from Southwest Public Library. Gary enjoyed working at stockyards
when he was young. He also enjoyed working and attending auctions
and, most of all, spending time with the grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his parents, Frank and Minnie (Stroud) Haag; sister,
Doris Willison; and brothers, Frank Haag and Harley Haag. He
is survived by his loving wife, Doris A. Haag; daughter, Kim Love-
Smith (Chris); sons, Gary Bradlee Haag and Rick Haag (Michele);
five grandchildren, Angela Wilson (Ben), Sarah Smith (Richard),
Gary (Buddy) Smith,
Sean Casto (Cierra)
and Lyndsi Aneal;
Jace Casto, Josie
Smith, and Hunter
Grace Stage, and
Jerry Emrick; numerous
friends, Ed and
Glenda Sheets, Ray
Holland and family,
members and neighbors.
A funeral service
was held Oct. 10
at Porter-Tidd Funeral
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Chester Lee “Chad” “Captain” Napper, 62, of London died at
home with his family by his side on Oct. 4, 2018. Born on Sept. 6,
1956, in Columbus, Ohio, he was a son of Eddie and Clara (Herman)
Napper. Chester attended Temple of Compassion in Columbus for
14 years, under Evangelist Patricia Turner. Chester retired from Armaly
after 40 years and was also a referee for girls’ softball, boys’
baseball and boys’ football for 19 years. He was married to the love
of his life Mary E. (McClendon) Napper for 39 years. He loved to cook
and was a baker and loved a good book which is the Bible. He enjoyed
yard work, fishing with family and friends. He loved his family
and dog, Ginger, and friends of the neighborhood he loved to tease,
along with special friend, Ron Carlos. He is survived by his children,
Chester Lee A., Mary Lyn and Lelyn A.; grandchildren, Derrick
Wampler, Jazmine Rutherford, Shatayah Minor, Sienna Napper,
Jerell Guisinger and Josiah Napper; great-granddaughter, Olivia
Rutherford; brothers and sisters, Gloria Fuller, Leota Hudson, Ivy
Dolby, Lowrenal Banks, Maggie Patterson, Larry Napper, Becky
Napper and Raymond Napper; a host of nieces and nephews.
Chester was the 24th child in his family. He was preceded in death
by his parents, many brothers and sisters, and special aunt, Florence
Herman. Services were set for 9 a.m. Oct. 13 at Fountain of Truth
Ministries, 135 Maple St., London, with interment to follow at Washington
Cemetery in Washington Court House. The family is being
served by Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home & Crematory, London.
Sandra L. Roberts, 72, of London died on Oct. 6, 2018, at The Ohio
State University hospital. Born on July 4, 1946, in London, she was
a daughter of Mary (Tomilison) and Orville Cummins. Sandra is survived
by her husband of 52 years, Carl Roberts; children, Michelle
Lynn Roberts of London, Morgan (Rob) Toops of South Charleston,
Brian K. Roberts and Crystal Marie (Adam) Noble of London; grandchildren,
Jared (Tissa) Toops of Urbana, Justin (Cassie) Roberts of
London, Brianna (Kyle) VanHoose of Springfield, Brandon Roberts
of Columbus, Ryan Toops (fiancée Rebecca) of Springfield, and
Mitchell Toops of South Charleston; and great-grandchildren, Mason
Toops, Gannon Roberts and Liam Toops. She was preceded in death
by her parents, Orville and Mary. Funeral services were held Oct.
11 at Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory, London, with interment
following in Somerford Township Cemetery.
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Patricia Harrison Colvin, 91,
of Plain City, Ohio passed away on October 8th. She was
born to George Scott Harrison and Lenora Driscoll on
December 15, 1926 in Guernsey County, and was raised
in North Canton, Ohio. She attended the Ohio State
University, and raised her family in St. Clairsville, Ohio.
She had a long career as a public-school teacher in Neffs
and Bellaire, Ohio. She actively served her local
community as a member of the St. Clairsville Red Devils
Moms, The First Presbyterian Church, the Memorial Park
board, and as a volunteer with the Belmont Country
Animal Shelter. She was generous and kind, loved dogs,
and was passionately devoted to the welfare of animals.
She had a great sense of humor, and she will be greatly
missed. In addition to her parents she is preceded in
death by her siblings William Harrison, Kenna Basford,
and Norma Freday; her husband Claude R. Colvin; and
the many dogs and animals who she lovingly cared for
throughout her long life. She is survived by her sons John
and George Colvin of Plain City, and Andrew Colvin of
Slippery Rock, Pa; her daughter-in-laws Tsui Ling and
Lynette; her beloved grandchildren Caleb Harrison Colvin
of Lancedale PA; Nathanial Flint Colvin of Columbus; and
Alana and Kai Colvin of Slippery Rock, PA. She also leaves
behind her adored nephews and nieces; and her grand
dogs Bunky, Little Boy, Boone, Addy, and Floyd.
No public services will be held. Condolences and
memories may be expressed at
Friends and family who wish to make donation in her
memory are encouraged to donate to the
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals (www.aspca.org) PO Box 96929, Washington
DC 20090-6920 or Juvenile Diabetes Research
26 Broadway, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10004
YUTZY, age 81,
of Plain City, passed away
peacefully at his home in
Plain City, surrounded by
family on October 8, 2018.
He was born on November 8,
1936 in Plain City. He was the
founder of Yutzy Bros., Inc. where he worked for 46
years. Wally was an active member of Shiloh
Mennonite Church and also served with the
Gideons International doing prison ministry. He
loved his wife and spending time with his family.
Golf was a passion and he played frequently. Wally
will be remembered for his work ethic, the love he
showed to everyone he met, his strong
relationship with the Lord, fun loving personality,
integrity and his wisdom. Preceded in death by his
parents: Eli N. and Lizzie Ann (Miller) Yutzy and
sister: Viola E. Yoder; brothers: infant Enos Yutzy,
Marvin E. Yutzy and Ammon E. Yutzy; sister-in-law:
Fannie Yutzy; brother-in-law: Abe Farmwald.
Survived by his loving wife of 61 years: Sarah
(Farmwald) Yutzy; children: Cindy (Jerry) Miller,
Janice Miller, Janet (Rick) Miller, Clifford (Eva) Yutzy,
Clayton (Cyndee) Yutzy; 14 grandchildren; 15
great-grandchildren; sisters: Florence Farmwald,
Orpha (Henry) Lapp, Mary (David) Hostetler;
brothers: Melvin (Wilma) Yutzy, Freeman (Kathy)
Yutzy, Wayne Yutzy, Ervin (Dorothy) Yutzy, Elton
(Betty) Yutzy, Lee (Elizabeth) Yutzy, Mark (Elisabeth)
Yutzy, sister-in-law: Kathleen Yutzy, Mary Yutzy;
brother-in-law: Perry Yoder. The family will receive
friends 2 – 4 and 6 – 8 PM Wednesday at Shiloh
Mennonite Church, 7521Woods West Avenue,
London, Ohio where services will be held 11:00 AM
Thursday, October 11, 2018 with visitation one
hour prior from 10 -11 AM Thursday. Burial Shiloh
Mennonite Church Cemetery.
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Mark calendars now for Ag Outlook meeting
By Mary Griffith
Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources
The USDA’s Farm Income Forecast report, released in August,
projects that farm income will continue to drop this year.
The U.S. Farm Income in 2018 is forecasted at its lowest dollar
value since 2002, with Ohio farm income mirroring that
Many outside factors influence the farm economy. International
trade agreements, tariffs, the 2018 farm bill, land values
and weather are just a few. While farmers do not have
control over any of these factors, up-to-date information on
these topics can help farmers make better management decisions.
Farmers can get the latest information about these topics
at Ohio State University Extension’s annual Ag Outlook Meeting
on Jan. 17 at Der Dutchman Restaurant in Plain City.
The program begins with breakfast at 8 a.m., followed by
speakers starting at 8:30. The program will conclude by noon.
Topics and presenters include:
• 2018 Farm Bill Policy Update—Ben Brown, program manager,
Ohio Farm Management Program, Department of Agricultural,
Environmental and Development Economics
• International Trade Agreements and Implications for Domestic
Agriculture—Ian Sheldon, Andersons chair in Agricultural
Marketing, Trade and Policy, Department of
Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics
• Examining the 2018 Ohio Farm Economy: Crop Budgets,
Land Values and Cropland Rental Rates—Barry Ward, Extension
farm management and production leader.
• Weather and Climate: Implications for Crop Outlook—
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Dallas Music drives a combine in a bean field on King Pike in Jefferson Township on Oct. 9 with temperatures
in the upper 80s. Music works for Gary Shipley, who said he doesn’t remember ever harvesting crops with
the temperatures so high.
Registration information will be available soon. For
more information about the event, contact Mary Griffith,
Extension educator for agriculture and natural resources
at the Madison County Extension Office, (740)
852-0975 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Extension Office is located at 217 Elm St., London,
adjacent to the Madison County Fairgrounds. The
office is open Monday through Friday.
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Farmers invited to
breakfast series at
By Mary Griffith
Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources
This winter, Ohio State University (OSU) Extension
will host a series of monthly farmers’ breakfasts at Der
Dutchman Restaurant in Plain City. Each meeting includes
hot breakfast served at 8:30 a.m. Guest speakers
begin at 9.
• Friday, Jan. 11: Ohio Water Quality Policy: What
Farmers Need to Know—Senator Bob Hackett, Ohio Senate
Ag Committee chair, and Peggy Hall, OSU Extension
ag law specialist
• Friday, Feb. 8: The Future of Data Management in
Precision Ag—Scott Shearer, OSU Department of Food,
Agricultural and Biological Engineering
• Friday, March 8: U.S. Ag Committee Update from
Washington—Fred Yoder, Madison County farmer and
Trump Agricultural Advisory Committee member.
Provided through a strategic partnership between
Madison County Farm Bureau and Ohio State University
Extension, this educational breakfast series allows
farmers the opportunity to learn more about legislation
and policies that will impact their farming operations.
Cost to attend is free, but registration is required. To register,
contact the Madison County Extension Office at
Searching for new 4-H leader
By Kristy Zurbrick
Madison County’s 4-H program will have a new
leader come January.
Kirsten Holt, local 4-H educator for the past three
years, has resigned to pursue another career. Her last
day is Oct. 15.
The Ohio State University (OSU) Extension plans to
post the job opening at jobs.osu.edu by the end of this
month, hold state-level interviews by the end of November,
and hold county-level interviews and make a selection
“The 4-H educator position can be a big job. We’re excited
to bring someone on board who is really enthusiastic
about 4-H in Madison County and building the
program,” said Mary Griffith, Madison County OSU Extension’s
agriculture and natural resources educator.
A 4-H educator provides leadership and oversight for
the 4-H program in their county. They make sure advisors
have the tools they need from OSU to lead their
clubs, and they coordinate events, like the annual
Tax practitioners, farmers and farmland owners are
encouraged to connect to the Ag and Natural Resources
Income Tax Issues Webinar on Dec. 17 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. The event is sponsored by Ohio State University
Extension and participants can attend the webinar at
host locations around Ohio or connect at home or office.
The webinar focuses on issues specific to farm tax returns
related to agriculture and natural resources, and
county fair, 4-H camp, and awards banquet for 4-H
youth and volunteers.
“Our positions are meant to be about outreach and
education,” Griffith said. “Mine focuses on agriculture.
The 4-H educator position focuses on youth development.
“There are a lot of opportunities to do some different
things with it. For instance, Kirsten started some school
enrichment programs where she went into school classrooms
to teach,” Griffith continued. “It’s up to the 4-H
educator to work with the community to determine
what programs to focus on.”
During the search for a new 4-H educator, Arlene
Duffey, Madison County Extension’s office associate,
will handle all 4-H related communications and details.
“She’s been here for 34 years, so she knows the program
inside and out. We’re lucky to have her here during
the vacancy and during the time when the new
educator will be getting started,” Griffith said.
For more information, call the Madison County OSU
Extension Office at (740) 852-0975.
Webinar will cover agricultural tax issues
will highlight key regulations of the Tax Cuts and Jobs
Act related specifically to those income tax returns.
The program is an intermediate-level course for tax
preparers whose clients include farmers and rural
landowners. Farmers who prepare and file their own
taxes will also benefit from the webinar.
More information on the workshop, including how to
register, can be found at go.osu.edu/agissuesreg
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West Jefferson observes Coffee with a Cop Day
By Sandi Latimer
Pat Miller stops in at The Daily Buzz in
West Jefferson several times a week. On
Tuesdays, she’s with a group of friends who
enjoy a cup of joe and lively conversation.
But on Oct. 3 when she and her husband,
Tom, visited the coffee shop, they had a different
“I wanted to thank them for what they
do,” she said, referring to members of the
West Jefferson Police Department.
National Coffee with a Cop Day took
place on Oct. 3. Locally, West Jefferson Police
Chief Richard Hardy and two of his officers
greeted customers at the Daily Buzz.
Hardy, sitting at one of the tables, talked
about the history of Coffee with a Cop Day,
observed this year for the first time in West
It began in Hawthorne, a town in southern
California, in 2011 as the police department
there sought to better understand the
needs and concerns of community residents.
Since then, more than 10,000 such events
have been held nationwide. They typically
take place in coffee shops or restaurants.
“It’s a great way for police to talk with
residents and learn what they have on their
minds and share with them what we do and
how and why we do it,” Hardy said.
West Jefferson Mayor Ray Martin
stopped by with a friend. Other village employees
took part, too. Public Service Director
John Mitchell stopped by. Finance
Director Becky Arnott munched on a doughnut
while her friend Taylor Patterson from
the Water Department chatted with her father,
police Lt. Randy Sibbalds.
Jeff and Kandice Lowe from the nearby
print shop came over to talk with Hardy
about development on State Route 29 and
Jeff told the chief he knows every time
there is a traffic problem on I-70.
Messenger photo by Sandi Latimer
West Jefferson Police Chief Richard Hardy (left) chats with Kandice and Jeff Lowe during
National Coffee with a Cop Day, observed locally at The Daily Buzz coffee shop on Oct.
3. The Lowes came from their nearby print shop to ask Hardy about development on
State Route 29 and traffic issues.
“I see the increased truck traffic out department does.
front,” he said, referring to Main Street/U.S. “The police get a lot of negative press, but
Route 40 to which motorists often are diverted
when traffic troubles arise on the in-
Trimmer, owner of the Daily Buzz. “They
they really do a fabulous job,” said Stacy
are the ones that people love to hate, but the
Both Sibbalds and his colleague, Officer first ones they call when they’re in trouble.
Casey Conley, said people also stopped to “We see them a lot,” she continued. “They
express appreciation for the work the police are nice, professional and good people.”
Building on discipline
By Linda Dillman
Focus 3, a discipline building system
used by Ohio State University and the West
Jefferson High School football team, is expanding
across the Jefferson Local School
District to include staff and school board
At their Oct. 8 meeting, board members
approved goals for 2018-19 to include the
Focus 3 process to improve school culture,
in addition to other initiatives.
“This process will be all-inclusive for all
buildings and all personnel,” said board
President David Harper. “The board will
support the continued focus on academic improvement.”
Superintendent William Mullett said
Focus 3 is a self-improvement process already
in use by football players and coaches.
“About two years ago, we had an in-service
and (the program) seemed to resonate
with us and seemed really efficient,” he reported.
“Ohio State is really deep into it.
“It is about concrete advice, and there
are various steps to the program, such as
the first, which tells you to learn to ‘press
pause’ before saying something or taking action.
Administrators went through two inservices,
and we wanted to bring it to the
Athletic Director Matt Adams said Coach
Shaun Buescher implemented the program
for the benefit of the football team.
“It was a perfect fit for core values,” said
Adams. “It was perfect for not only the
coaches, but players as well. Now the teachers
are going to learn it. I am really excited
to see it happen throughout the district as
In addition to improving school culture,
the board set two other goals for the current
They asked the treasurer and superintendent
to provide a comprehensive plan to
address financial stability for the present
year and all those covered in the five-year
“The plan will include strategies for our
current and future levies, as well as a needs
assessment to include a master facilities
plan,” Harper said.
Board members are also starting an initiative
to improve and expand public relations
“This initiative, in particular, will focus
on a more robust relationship with the village
and any other entity including, but not
limited to, our business community and
other public agencies,” Harper said.
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City’s dog park opens
By Kristy Zurbrick
The dog park at the corner of Elm Street
and Keny Boulevard in London is officially
The gates are unlocked, the parking lot
is laid, the rules are posted, and the doggie
bags and trash cans are in place.
“We were hoping to get the water line
run under Elm Street to get the drinking
fountains installed but with how extensive
that project will be, we decided to put the
water line in sometime in the spring,” said
Mayor Patrick Closser at the Oct. 4 city
Progress is being made on another city
parks and recreation project—installation of
a lighted volleyball court at the municipal
swimming pool. The street department has
dug out and leveled the area and the light
poles are up. Installation of the court was
scheduled for Oct. 11 with the fence going
up the week of Oct. 15.
“This will be a great addition to the pool
and our community. I would like to thank
our donor once again for his generosity to
fund this whole project and knowing the importance
of the pool and recreation in London,”
The name of the donor has not yet been
released. The cost of the project is $90,000.
In council action, council members approved
by voice vote a request for a liquor license
for Tony’s Coneys Cafe, which will occupy
the former Cappy’s Pizza building on
Council is considering two changes to the
requirements for individuals appointed to
the city’s Board of Public Utilities (BPU).
Currently, anyone who holds an elective office
or another appointed office of the city is
not eligible for appointment to BPU until at
least one year after the expiration of the
elected or appointed term they are serving.
If the changes are approved, that will no
longer be the case.
The second change under consideration
deals with residency requirements. Currently,
BPU members must be London residents.
The change would open eligibility to
anyone who owns property in the city or
pays taxes to the city.
“It gives us more options,” said Joe
Mosier, safety-service director.
Currently, the three-member BPU board
has two vacancies.
Mosier also reported that the city street
department has officially moved from 103 E.
High St. to the former Ohio Department of
Transportation garage at 1460 State Rte.
42. The fire department is expanding into
the now vacated space on East High.
The next London council meeting is set
for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at 6 E. Second St.
(ABOVE) Jonathan Alder High
School’s 2018 homecoming court included:
(front row, from left) freshmen
J.J. Bay and Reggan Gray;
(second row) seniors Morgan Hess
and Michael Ferrito, junior Lexie
Keaton, sophomore Olivia Catanella,
and seniors Sydney Winslow and
Caleb Howell; (back row) junior
Daniel Heinig, seniors Patrick Madigan
and Mackenley Geitgey, and
sophomore J.T. Keith.
Sydney Winslow and Caleb Howell
were named the 2018 homecoming
queen and king at Jonathan Alder
Photo courtesy of Chris Whitacre
London’s do-everything tailback K.J. Price (#23) blocks a punt on Grandview’s first
series of downs to set up a touchdown and the tone for the night in London’s 42-0
victory on Oct. 5. Also pictured, London’s Gavin Bonn (#7) and Jackson Jones (#15).
Price rushed for 201 yards on 22 carries with four touchdowns, and Brennen Spiess
went 165 yards on 10 carries. Isaiah Jones led the Red with seven tackles and an interception.
Richie Geib followed with six tackles and Jayvion Stevens had four tackles.
Nate Wells and Bricker Thiel had two tackles for losses. With the win, London raised
its season record to 7-0. –Submitted by Jim Smith
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AARP Job Information
The AARP Foundation could be the first
step toward a new job for anyone 55 or older
who is unemployed.
AARP, in partnership with MATCO
Services and the Madison County Chamber
of Commerce, will hold a free, informal
presentation on Oct. 25 from 4:30 to 5:30
p.m. in the MATCO Services community
room, 204 Maple St., London.
Participants will learn about the paid
training to serve as a bridge to employment
program, interview coaching, resume review
and more. AARP representatives will
be on hand to answer questions about income
guidelines and average work times.
Light refreshments will be served.
The Darby Creek Chapter of the Archaeological
Society of Ohio will meet on Oct. 16
at Oak Run Township Hall, five miles south
of London on State Route 56 at the intersection
of Gregg Mill Road. A light meal will be
provided at 5:30 p.m., followed by a slide
show presentation by geologist George
Colvin of Plain City. Anyone who wants to
have an American Indian or pioneer artifact
examined and evaluated by an expert can
bring it to the meeting. Meetings are free
and open to the public. Guests and new
members are welcome.
Deercreek Township Meetings
The Deercreek Township trustees will
meet at 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at the township hall,
75 Middle St., London.
Deputy Sheriffs Fundraiser
On Oct. 15, members of the Madison
County Deputy Sheriffs Association will volunteer
as servers at Der Dutchman Restaurant,
445 S. Jefferson Ave., Plain City. All
tips and a portion of dining checks and bakery
and gift shop purchases will go toward
the association. Hours are 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Dinner will be buffet only; the price is $4.59
for ages 3-5 years old, $7.25 for ages 6-10,
$10.99 for ages 10-12, and $14.99 for 12 and
older. Pie is $2 per slice.
West Jefferson American Legion Post
201, 9701 W. Broad St., is hosting its last
fish fry of the season from 4-7 p.m. Oct. 19.
Free Legal Clinic
Need to speak to an attorney but can’t afford
one? Visit the Madison County Legal
Clinic at Madison County Job & Family
Services, 200 Midway St., London.
Clinics are held from 2 to 4 p.m. the third
Tuesday of the month. Remaining dates for
2018 are Oct. 16, Nov. 20 and Dec. 18.
To receive free advice, a participant must
have a gross household income below 200
percent of the federal poverty level: one-person
household, maximum gross monthly income
of $1,980; two-person, $2,670;
three-person, $3,360; four-person, $4,050.
Harlem Wizards Basketball
The Harlem Wizards are coming to
Madison-Plains High School on Oct. 30. The
Wizards will take on the home team, the
Madison County All Stars. Doors open at 6
p.m. The game starts at 7 p.m. The event is
sponsored by the Golden Eagle Youth
Go to www.harlemwizards.com to purchase
tickets. Student tickets are $10 in advance
or $15 at the door. Adult tickets are
$12 in advance or $15 at the door. Reserved
seating close to the action is $20 and comes
with a poster. Courtside reserved seating is
$30 and includes a 10-minute meet-andgreet
with some of the Wizards athletes, a
team poster, and a $10 discount on a Wizards
Hurt-Battelle Library, 270 Lilly Chapel
Road, West Jefferson, (614) 879-8448.
• Storytimes. Storytimes are on Wednesdays
and Fridays at 10:30 a.m.
• Halloween Costumes. Anyone who
needs a costume can pick one up at the library.
Limit one per person. Children must
be present to pick out a costume.
• Essential Oils. Guest speaker Connie
Lollo will talk about the benefits and uses
of essential oils at 6 p.m. Oct. 18.
• Monster Mash. Enjoy spooky stories,
terrifying treats, ghoulish games and creepy
crafts at 11 a.m. Oct. 20. Costumes are encouraged.
Vineyard, 106 Olive St., is promoting
Kindness Week Oct. 21-27. A kick-off party
is set for 2-5 p.m. Oct. 21, rain or shine.
Free laser tag, deejay, photo booth, snacks,
crafts and games are planned. The event is
open to the public.
Madison County Senior Center
280 W. High St., London, (740) 852-3001.
Oct. 15: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;
9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30 a.m., needle
crafts; 10:30 a.m., sitting exercises and
strengthening; 1 p.m., euchre
Oct. 16: 9 a.m., quilting; 10 a.m., bowling;
1:30 p.m., Rays of Hope support group;
5 p.m., cards and billiards; 5 p.m., beginner
line dancing; 6 p.m., advanced line dancing
Oct. 17: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;
9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30 a.m., woodcarvers;
10:30 a.m., aerobics/strengthening
class; noon, Understanding Dementia class;
12:05 p.m., bridge; 1:15 p.m., yoga; 2 p.m.,
diabetes and weight loss support group
Oct. 18: 9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9 a.m.,
Mystery Lunch trip departs; 9 a.m., fun
Oct. 19: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;
9 a.m., painting class; 10 a.m., chimes;
1 p.m., movie and popcorn.
The Madison-Plains High School class of
1973 will hold their 45th year class reunion
on Oct. 27 in the banquet room at China
Bell Restaurant in Grove City. Social hour
starts at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner at
6:30. The cost is $25 per person. Checks or
money orders made payable to “MP Class of
1973” may be sent to: Robbie Abbott, P.O.
Box 238, Mount Sterling, OH 43143.
Mt. Sterling Community Center
164 E. Main St., (740) 869-2453,
Oct. 15: Chair exercises, 10 a.m.; Zumba,
6-7 p.m.; open gym basketball for high
schoolers and adults
Oct. 16: Food/clothing pantry, 4-7 p.m.;
Take Pounds Off Sensibly, 5-6 p.m.; boot
camp exercises, 6:30-7:30 p.m.; volleyball
for high schoolers and adults, 7:30-9 p.m.;
Alcoholics Anonymous, 8-9 p.m.
Oct. 17: We Joy Sing music and movement
enrichment for parents and their children,
10 a.m. (ages 1-35 months) and 10:40
a.m. (ages 3-5), registration required; adult
sewing, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Oct. 18: Food/clothing pantry, 9 a.m.-1
p.m.; boot camp exercises, 6:30-7:30 p.m.;
volleyball for high-schoolers and adults,
Oct. 20: Sewing for all ages and abilities,
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Nov. 3: Holiday Bazaar featuring local
crafters, artisans and home-based entrepreneurs,
10 a.m.-4 p.m., door prizes, games,
food on site, free admission.
Mount Sterling Library
60 W. Columbus St., (740) 869-2430,
• Storytime. Storytimes are held on Mondays
at 10:30 a.m. For children ages 2-5
• Bookmobile. The library’s bookmobile
alternates visits every other Wednesdays to
South Solon and Midway. Stops are open to
the public. To request items be brought to
these locations, order with your library card
on your account via the library website or
call. The bookmobile will be at South Solon
Grace Church Oct. 24 from 3 to 3:30 p.m.
and at Midway Church of Christ in Christian
Union on Oct. 17 and Oct. 31 from 3 to
• Around Town Book Club. The group
will meet at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the library
then carpool to the Deer Creek State Park
campground for their annual Halloweenthemed
gathering. Participants are encouraged
to wear costumes. Dinner will include
chili and themed snacks, plus hotdogs and
marshmallows roasted over a fire.
Plain City Library
305 W. Main St., (614) 873-4912,
• Wizard of Oz Interactive Movie Event.
Journey beyond the rainbow with Dorothy
and her friends at 1 p.m. Oct. 19. Participate
in the movie with props, hands-on activities
and snacks. Registration is required.
Progressive Euchre Party
A progressive euchre party will take place
Oct. 20 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the parlor of First
Presbyterian Church of London, 211 Garfield
Ave. Admission is a donation to the Relay for
Life of Madison-Union Counties. Uno, dominoes
and other games will be available for
non-euchre players. Participants are encouraged
to bring a snack to share.
Range Township Trustees
The Range Township trustees will meet
at 9 a.m. Oct. 16 at the Sedalia firehouse.
After this, the trustees will return to their
regular meeting schedule of 8 a.m. on the
first and third Mondays of each month.
Victory Baptist Church, 3360 State Rte.
42, London, is hosting a revival meeting at
7 p.m. Oct. 22-26. For details, contact Pastor
Jerry Dye at (614) 975-2748.
MATCO Services, 204 Maple St., London,
is holding a Shred Day from 9 a.m. to
noon Oct. 27. Have your sensitive documents
shredded in a safe, secure and professional
manner. The event is free to
Madison County residents. Donations are
welcome. No need to remove staples or
paper clips. Everything will be shredded on
site. All paper and boxes will be recycled.
Plastic and vinyl will not be accepted.
Somerford Township Trustees
The Somerford Township trustees meet
at 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each
month at 91 State Rte. 56 NW in the former
Somerford school building.
Trick or Treat
• Sedalia. Oct. 27, 6-7:30 p.m.
• Fairfield Township. Oct. 31, 5-7 p.m.
• South Solon. Oct. 31, 5-7 p.m.
• Mount Sterling. Oct. 31, 6-7:30 p.m.
• London. Oct. 31, 6-8 p.m.
• Plain City. Oct. 31, 6-8 p.m.
• West Jefferson. Oct. 31, 5:30-7 p.m.,
followed by the West Jefferson Community
Association’s costume contest at Norwood
Trunk or Treat
• London Metropolitan Housing Authority,
179 S. Main St., is hosting a Trunk or
Treat on Oct. 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. The event
is free and open to the public. Children are
invited to attend and fill a bag with goodies.
A prize will go to the visitor with the best
costume. Hot dogs, chips, and water will be
• First Baptist Church, 250 Toland St.,
London, will host a Trunk or Treat on Oct.
27 from 6 to 8 p.m. Treats, hotdogs, popcorn,
hot chocolate and hay rides.
• West Jefferson Community Center,
221 S. Center St., will host Trunk or Treat
on Oct. 27 from 5 to 7 p.m.
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A public hearing will be held at
7:00 p.m. on Monday, November 5, 2018
at the regularly scheduled
West Jefferson Council Meeting
to discuss recommendations from the Planning &
Zoning Committee to rezone the following properties.
1. 394.338 +/- acres of land located on US 40 and
owned by Sky Ranch Properties LLC from A/1
(Agriculture) and R/1 (Residential) to PMU
(Planned Mixed Use District)
2. 208.455 +/- acres of land located on US 40 and
known as the Maple Project from R (Residential)
to PCD (Planned Commercial District)
MM OCT. 7, 14, 21, 28, 2018
Sale of Real Estate
Madison County Foreclosure Auction
Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC
Lloyd Wallace, et al.
The description of the property to be sold is as follows:
Property Address: 125 Elm Street, London, Madison,
Legal Description: Full Legal Listed on Public
Website; Parcel Number:31-00602.000
Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com
opening on 11/06/2018 at 10:00:00 for a minimum of
Sales subject to cancellation and postpone-ment.The
deposit required is $5000.00 to be paid by wire transfer
within 24 hours of the sale ending.
Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs,
allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are
insufficient to cover.
To view all sale details and terms for this property visit
www.Auction.com and enter the Search Code CV
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MM OCTOBER 14, 21 & 28 2018
Two side-by-side grave
plots in Sunset Cemetery
on West Broad St., Galloway,
OH Call 614-379-
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Wants to purchase minerals
and other oil and gas
interests. Send details to
P.O. Box 13557, Denver,
A public hearing will be held at
7:00 p.m. on
Monday, November 19, 2018
at the regularly scheduled
West Jefferson Council Meeting
to discuss a petition to vacate an
alley located at the Front of 47 W.
Main Street going south 150 feet to
W. Pearl Street.
MM OCT. 7, 14, 21, 28 & NOV. 4, 11, 2018
Resolution 2018-52: A resolution
declaring benefit package for the
non-exempt village employees
Resolution 2018-56: A resolution
adopting an asset management
plan pursuant to Senate Bill 2 and
declaring an emergency
Courtney Bricker, Fiscal Officer
Village of Mt. Sterling
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xFocus on Rentals
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