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November 8, 2020 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXV No. 49

Olde Fashioned Christmas, page 4

Madison County voter turnout tops 75 percent

All issues pass; Adkins

wins prosecutor’s race

The following are the unofficial results of

the Nov. 3 general election as released by

the Madison County Board of Elections

after the polls closed on election night.

In the only contested local race, Nicholas

Adkins emerged the winner over Marla Farbacher

for the county prosecutor’s seat. Adkins

took 66.1 percent of the vote to

Farbacher’s 33.9 percent.

All local tax issues and questions passed.

Of the county’s 25,827 registered voters,

19,442 cast ballots for a voter turnout of

75.28 percent. A total of 7,078 ballots were

cast on election day, 6,371 were cast absentee

by mail, and 5,993 were cast absentee

in-person (early voting) at the Board of

Elections office.

The Board of Elections will run the official

canvass of the election results by no

later than Nov. 24.

For more information and a full list of

results, visit www.boe.ohio.gov/madison/ or

call (740) 852-9424.

maintaining and operating cemeteries. The

levy generates $39,809 per year and costs

the taxpayer $24.50 per year per $100,000

of property valuation.

For the levy ..................................354

Against the levy ..............................97

• Stokes Township—Renewal of a 0.4-

mill tax levy for the purpose of providing

fire protection and providing and maintaining

fire apparatus, appliances, buildings,

water supply sources, and materials. The

levy generates $15,350 per year and costs

the taxpayer $14 per year per $100,000 of

property valuation.

For the levy ..................................186

Against the levy ..............................68

• Hammertime Pub LLC—Request for a

D3 liquor permit to sell spiritous liquor at

their establishment in Mount Sterling.

Yes ................................................523

No ................................................199

• Hammertime Pub LLC—Request for a

D6 liquor permit to sell beer, wine, mixed

beverages and spiritous liquor between 11

a.m. and midnight on Sundays at their establishment

in Mount Sterling.

Yes................................................485

No ................................................235

LOCAL CANDIDATES

Madison County Prosecuting Attorney

(One to be elected)

Nicholas Adkins (R) ......................11,651

Marla H. Farbacher ........................5,975

Madison County Commissioner

(Term starting 1-2-21)

Mark A. Forrest (R)........................14,185

Madison County Commissioner

(Term starting 1-3-21)

Chris Wallace (R) ..........................13,503

Madison County Judge of the Court

of Common Pleas

Christopher J. Brown ....................13,530

Madison County Clerk of Courts

of Common Pleas

Renae Zabloudil (R)......................14,639

Madison County Sheriff

John R. Swaney (R) ......................15,198

Madison County Recorder

Charles E. Reed (R)......................14,813

Madison County Treasurer

Stacey L. McKenzie (R) ................14,676

Madison County Engineer

Bryan D. Dhume (R)......................14,733

Madison County Coroner

James W. Kaehr (R) ......................14,860

See ELECTION page 2

Free drive-thru COVID-19 testing

LOCAL ISSUES

Madison County Senior Citizens Center—Renewal

of a 0.8 mill tax levy for five

years for the purpose of providing and

maintaining services, equipment and facilities.

The levy generates $713,993 per year

and costs the taxpayer $16.84 per year per

$100,000 of property valuation.

For the levy ..............................12,484

Against the levy ........................5,883

• Darby Township—Renewal of a 0.7-mill

tax levy for five years for the purpose of

maintaining and operating Forest Grove

Cemetery. The levy generates $76,660 per

year and costs the taxpayers $22.40 per

year per $100,000 of property valuation.

For the levy ................................1,377

Against the levy ............................721

• Paint Township—Renewal of a 1.5-mill

tax levy for five years for current expenses.

The levy generates $24.056 per year and

costs the taxpayer $18.38 per year per

$100,000 of property valuation.

For the levy..................................209

Against the levy ............................84

• Range Township—Renewal of a 0.7-mill

tax levy for five years for the purpose of

Madison County Public Health and

Rocking Horse Community Health Center

are offering free, drive-thru COVID-19

testing in partnership with the Ohio National

Guard and Mako Medical.

Hours and dates are 10 a.m. to noon on

Nov. 13 and Nov. 20. The testing site is located

at the Molly Caren Agricultural

Center (home of the Farm Science Review),

135 State Rte. 38, London.

Anyone can get a free test at this location.

No doctor’s order or appointment is

needed, but pre-registration is encouraged.

To pre-register, call (740) 845-1756;

it only takes five minutes. There is no cost

for a test and no insurance information is

collected.

“We want to ensure that any Madison

County resident can get tested when

needed,” said Madison County Health

Commissioner Chris Cook. “Our goal is

that anyone with symptoms of COVID-19

or those who think they may have been exposed

to a case or someone with symptoms

will get tested. There is not a more convenient

option than from your own vehicle, especially

for those who are elderly or

parents of children.”

Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever

or chills, cough, shortness of breath or dif-

ficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body

aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore

throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea,

vomiting, or diarrhea.

Test results are expected to be received

within two to three days. Anyone who is

tested can view their results online using

information provided at the testing clinic.

Anyone visiting the testing clinic is

asked to enter the grounds from U.S. Route

40, drive slowly, remain in their car and

stay in their lane. Everyone in the car is required

to wear a mask until a healthcare

professional asks them to lower it for testing.

For updates and information about the

pandemic, visit covid.madisonph.org and

coronavirus.ohio.gov


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Airport plans runway rehabilitation

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Funding changes are allowing the Madison County Airport to

start two major improvement projects ahead of schedule.

The first is rehabilitation of the runway, a project estimated to

cost $1.5 million. Traditionally, the Federal Aviation Administration

covers 90 percent of the cost of such improvements. The local

airport authority then picks up either 5 percent or 10 percent, depending

on state contributions.

This year, however, due to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic

Security (CARES) Act, the FAA is fully funding all projects

already in the works. The Madison County Airport Authority began

the design and engineering phase for the runway overhaul last year.

Without the local share obligation, the airport is retaining $75,000

to $150,000 in funding for other projects.

With full funding in place, the runway job can go out to bid this

coming spring. Work should begin mid-summer, said Bill Laney,

airport authority board president. Once work starts, the airport will

be closed for 25 to 45 days.

As for the need for rehabilitation of the runway, Laney said, “Age

is the main thing. There gets a point in asphalt’s life where it needs

to be redone.”

The Ohio Department of Transportation inspected the runway

ELECTION

Continued from page 1

PRESIDENTIAL RACE

Local Tallies

Here is how Madison County voted in the

presidential race:

Joseph Biden/Kamala Harris (D) ....5,558

Howie Hawkins/Angela Walker ............46

Jo Jorgensen/Spike Cohen (L) ..........260

Donald Trump/Michael Pence (R) ..13,445

and deemed it in need of replacement. Laney said the runway has

been in service for at least 15 years. He noted there are no plans to

lengthen it.

The airport authority had planned to use some of the entitlement

funds it receives from the FAA each year to pay the local share of

the runway project. While that is not necessary now, the airport

must use some of those entitlement funds for another project in

2021. Otherwise, the money goes back to the FAA for redistribution.

So, with input from the FAA and consultants, the airport authority

is moving forward with a runway lighting project that was

originally scheduled to be done three to four years from now.

The airport has started the design phase. The estimated cost of

the project is $500,000 to $600,000. Laney expects the work to be

done next fall. The FAA will fund at least 90 percent of the project.

The rest of the funding structure is not yet set.

Using local funds, the airport authority has started to replace or

add doors to various hangars at the airport to make them more desirable

to potential renters.

On Nov. 3, the Madison County commissioners approved the appointment

of Eric Dust, a tenant at the airport and a Madison

County resident, to the airport authority board.

The Madison County Airport is located at 1281 U.S. Route 40,

London. For more information, call (740) 852-5040.

U.S. CONGRESSIONAL/STATE SENATE RACES - Local Tallies

Here is how Madison County voted in the U.S. congressional and

state senate races:

U.S. Representative - 15th District

Joel Newby (D) ................................4,434

Steve Stivers (R)............................14,409

State Senator 74th District

Bill Dean (R) ..................................14,748

State Senator 10th District

Charles Ballard (D) ..........................4,625

Robert Hackett (R) ........................13,963

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Alternative arrangements for Veterans Day

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Veterans Day observances in Madison

County will look different this year due to

COVID-19 safety concerns. Some organizations

are taking alternative approaches to

their ceremonies; others are foregoing them

altogether.

Plain City

In Plain City, Veterans Day ceremonies

normally take place at Plain City Elementary.

Because the school is not allowing outside

guests due to the pandemic, village officials

have organized a ceremony that will take

place at 10:45 a.m. Nov. 11 at Pastime Park.

“We just wanted to make sure Veterans

Day wasn’t passed by,” said Mayor Jody

Carney.

About the outdoor ceremony, which will

take place rain or shine, she added, “This is

the kind of stuff we can do safely.”

Charles E. Stenner Jr. is the guest

speaker. Stenner served in the U.S. Air Force,

retiring after 40 years as a three-star lieutenant

general, chief of the Air Force Reserve

with a desk at the Pentagon, and commander

of the Air Force Reserve Command with duties

at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia.

Representatives from Plain City American

Legion Post 248 and Veterans of Foreign

Wars Darby Post 3268 will take part in

the ceremony. Kyle Russell, a band student

at Jonathan Alder High School, will play

“The Star Spangled Banner” and “Taps.”

Mount Sterling

As they did for their Memorial Day ceremony

in May, members of Mount Sterling

American Legion Post 417 will live stream

a Veterans Day ceremony on the “I grew up

in Mt. Sterling, Ohio’ Facebook page. A

small group of post members will hold a

brief ceremony at 11 a.m. Nov. 11 at Veterans

Park, located across from town hall, 1

S. London St. The video will be available for

viewing after the fact, as well.

“It seemed to work pretty well when we

did it for Memorial Day,” said Wesley

Pierce, Post 417 commander.

Post 417’s Auxiliary Unit will not serve its

traditional dinner for veterans and guests.

West Jefferson

Norwood Elementary, 899 Norwood Dr.,

West Jefferson, will honor veterans with a

ceremony at 9:45 a.m. Nov. 11. Due to the

school’s COVID-19 safety protocols, the public

is not permitted to attend.

Fifth-graders will share their essays on

“What America Means To Me.” The guest

speakers are Brig. Gen. Maria Kelly and Lt.

Col. Mitchell Gargac. Representatives from

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7005 and

American Legion Post 201 will participate

in the ceremony. The West Jefferson color

guard will perform a 21-gun salute. Clara

Drummond, a West Jefferson High School

student, will play “Taps” to bring the ceremony

to a close.

London

Traditionally, the United Veterans Organization

(UVO) hosts a Veterans Day program

at London High School, open to

students and the public. That is not happening

this year. Neither is the dinner that

American Legion Post 105 puts on for veterans,

family members and guests.

“There are too many older people and too

many chances,” said Phil Robinette, UVO

president and Legion Post 105 finance officer

and color guard captain.

Organizers made the cancellations with

the health and safety of participants in

mind.

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TOMATO BASIL SOUP

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OVEN BAKED

CHICKEN

SCALLOPED POTATOES

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VETERANS DAY

BEEF & NOODLES

WHIPPED POTATOES

SALAD & DESSERT

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“We’ll all be thinking about our veterans,

and we’re hoping this all gets figured out by

next year,” Robinette said, referring to the

pandemic.

UVO member organizations include

Amvets Chapter 19, Disabled American

Veterans Chapter 93, American Legion Post

105 and Vietnam Veterans Chapter 746.

Madison County Senior Center

While the Madison County Senior Center

won’t hold its annual Veterans Day program

this year, it will offer free lunches to

veterans on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. The center’s

drive-through pickup hours are 11:30

a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Veterans who plan to pick

up meals are asked to place their orders on

Nov. 10 by calling (740) 852-3001. The center

is located at 280 W. High St., London.

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SALAD & DESSERT

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SANDWICH

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CHIPS

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GREEN BEANS

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Christmas basket project underway

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Plain City area churches are making

plans for the annual Christmas Basket project.

In 2019, baskets and gifts were distributed

to 150 families which included more

than 750 individuals, approximately 500 of

whom were children.

At this time, the Plain City Church Fellowship

is asking for names, addresses and

phone numbers of families or individuals in

the Jonathan Alder School District who

might need assistance over the holidays.

Names can be turned in by calling Plain City

Presbyterian Church at (614) 873-5011 or

Dave McCray at (614) 408-1617 as soon as

possible. All information is kept confidential.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, organizers

are not accepting food donations this year

and will not hold a packing day. Anyone interested

in helping with the project can donate

money. Checks made out to “Christmas

Basket Fund” can be mailed to: Plain

City Presbyterian Church, 231 E. Main St.,

Plain City, OH 43064.

Another way to participate is to “adopt”

a family and buy their Christmas presents.

Families may be adopted through local

churches or by calling the Presbyterian

Church or McCray. Guidelines will be provided

for purchasing gifts for appropriate

age levels. Organizers ask those who adopt

families to deliver the gifts between Dec. 14

and Dec. 21.

For more information about the Plain

City Church Fellowship Christmas Basket

Drive, contact Jim Kaufman, co-chairman,

at (937) 243-1653.

Season comes to an end

West Jefferson’s season came to an end with a 42-7 loss in their Div. 6 Region 24 semi-final

game against Coldwater on Oct. 31.

West Jefferson running back

Hayden Salyer finds an opening.

Salyer rushed for 72 yards

on 16 carries for the game.

Messenger photos by Jeff Pfeil

West Jefferson receiver Kyle Scott and a Coldwater

defender go up for a pass which was incomplete.

Coldwater held the passing game for West

Jefferson to 132 yards on seven completions.

West Jefferson

Head

Coach

Shawn

Buescher

addresses

his

Roughrider

team after

the loss

against

Coldwater.

West Jefferson

ended

the season

with a 7-2

record.

Annexation in West Jeff

By Josephine Birdsell

Staff Writer

On Nov. 2, West Jefferson village council

members approved the annexation of approximately

5.6 acres of land at 4950 W.

Broad St. into the village.

Due Fratelli LLC, a construction company,

owns the land. The company, whose

headquarters are located on the site, plans

to renovate its building and add office space

that can be rented out to other companies.

Due Fratelli has yet to confirm specific

design plans for the site.

In other news, council approved raises

for the positions of council president and

vice president.

Prior to the raise, the council president

earned $225 per village council meeting.

The council vice president earned $200 per

meeting. Those pay rates are now $250 and

$225, respectively.

The raises will take effect beginning on

Jan. 1, 2021, after a new president and vice

president are elected.

The sitting council president and vice

president will not benefit from the approved

raises unless they are reelected in January,

said Mayor Ray Martin.


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Jeffersonian Senior Center

Open House

The Jeffersonian Senior Center will hold

an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov.

16 at their new location, 174 E. Main St.,

West Jefferson.

Thanksgiving Giveaway

H.E.L.P. House is preparing for its

Thanksgiving giveaway, set for Nov. 21, and

is seeking donations of food items such as

turkeys, hams, green beans, corn, biscuits,

boxed mashed potatoes, gravy, cake mixes,

frosting and pumpkin pies. Also appreciated

are monetary donations to purchase

meat.

Donations can be dropped off as follows:

Mondays, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Tuesdays, 8 a.m.-

noon; Wednesdays, 8 a.m.-noon; and Saturdays,

8-11 a.m. HELP House is located at

122 E. Center St., London. Donations will be

accepted through Nov. 18.

Anyone who wishes to sign up to receive

food in the Thanksgiving giveaway can do so

by stopping by or calling HELP House, (740)

852-1980, during the hours listed above.

Anyone who can’t sign up ahead of time is

still welcome to participate by driving in on

the giveaway day, Nov. 21 at 11:30 a.m.

Women & Wine

Junior Achievement Mad River Region is

hosting its annual Women & Wine event

virtually on Nov. 19 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Prior to the event, guests will receive a

beverage of their choice, a hand-painted

wine glass, and a code to join the party. The

week before the event, a silent auction will

open. New items will be added daily.

Periodically throughout the live event,

raffle items and door prizes will be drawn.

Participants must be logged into the party

to claim prizes.

Tickets are $35 plus an unwrapped item

for the auction. Items will be picked up

when the gift bags are dropped off. Go to

https://madriver.ja.org/events/index to purchase

tickets.

Proceeds from the event will help to fund

financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and

workforce readiness programs for local students.

For details, contact Crystal Steiner

at (937) 323-4725 or csteiner@jrachieve.net.

London Government Meetings

The following meetings are scheduled to

take place at London’s city hall, 20 S. Walnut

St. Dates, times, locations, communication

methods, and cancellations are subject

to change. If meeting changes occur, a 24-

hour notice will be posted to the city’s Facebook

page and website,

londonohio.gov/city-meeting-schedule. As

for COVID-19 safety procedures, the city

will comply with the rules in place at the

time of each meeting.

• Finance—Nov. 9 at 6 p.m.;

• Civil service—Nov. 10 at 4 p.m.;

• Historic review board—Nov. 10 at 4 p.m.

• Historic downtown revitalization—Nov.

10 at 5 p.m.;

• Public safety—Nov. 10 at 6 p.m.;

• Zoning appeals—Nov. 10 at 7 p.m.;

• Public service—Nov. 12 at 1 p.m.;

• City council—Nov. 19 at 6:30 p.m.;

• Public utilities—Nov. 24 at 6:30 p.m.;

• City properties—Nov. 25 at 7 p.m.

This month’s planning commission and

tree commission meetings are cancelled.

London Public Library

London Public Library, is located at 20 E.

First St. Call (740) 852-9543 or visit

www.mylondonlibrary.org for details.

• Virtual Story Times. Toddler story

times are held at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and

are for children ages 0 to 3 years old. Story

times are held at 11 a.m. on Tuesdays and

are for children ages 3 to 6 years old. E-mail

Mary Anne at mwood@mylondonlibrary.org

for a link to participate.

• Curbside Pickup Hours. Monday,

Wednesday and Friday, 12-4 p.m.; Tuesday

and Thursday, 4-8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-

2 p.m.; closed Sunday.

Mt. Sterling Community Center

The Mount Sterling Community Center,

164 E. Main St., is slowly opening some activities.

Measures of social distancing, 10-

person maximum attendance ,and frequent

sanitizing and hand washing continue to be

a part of the center’s guidelines. For details,

call (740) 869-2453.

Nov. 9-14—10 a.m.-3 p.m. daily, walking

in the gym

Nov. 9—10-11 a.m., chair exercises

Nov. 10—4-7 p.m., food pantry for incomeeligible

households. Pre-packed food boxes

will be delivered to your vehicle. Remain in

your vehicle, and you will be assisted in numerical

order. If you are a new household,

bring a picture ID and proof of residence.

Call (740) 869-2453 for details.

8-9 p.m.—Alcoholics Anonymous

Nov. 11—10 a.m.-3 p.m., sewing for adults

Nov. 12—10 a.m.-noon, food pantry for income-eligible

households. Pre-packed food

boxes will be delivered to your vehicle. Remain

in your vehicle, and you will be assisted

in numerical order. If you are a new

household, bring a picture ID and proof of

residence. Call (740) 869-2453 for details.

Nov. 13—10 a.m.-3 p.m., sewing for adults

Looking ahead—No produce markets are

scheduled in November.

Blood Drives

The American Red Cross is holding the

following blood drives in Madison County.

To sign up, go to www.redcrossblood.org and

enter 43140.

• Nov. 10, 1-7 p.m., at Sts. Simon and

Jude Catholic Church, 9350 High Free West

Pike, West Jefferson; and

• Dec. 11, 2:30-7:30 p.m., at St. Patrick

Catholic Church, 61 S. Union St., London.

HBMLibrary

Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library, 270

Lilly Chapel Rd., West Jefferson, offers the

following activities and services. For details,

call (614) 879-8448.

• Storytimes. Nov. 13 on Facebook and

at hbmlibrary.org.

• Curbside Service and Limited In-Library

Services Available. Call the library

for more information.

• Library Board Meeting. Nov. 10 at 6

p.m. in the community room.

• Library Closed. Nov. 11, Veterans Day.

Mount Sterling Library

Mt. Sterling Public Library would like to

remind everyone that while the doors are

open to the public now (with new procedures

in place), the library still offers curbside

service to anyone that requests it. For more

information, call (740) 869-2430 or visit

www.mtsterlingpubliclibrary.org. The library

is located at 60 W. Columbus St.

• Mount Sterling Community Museum.

Located on the library’s lower level, the museum

is open. A limit of six people are allowed

in the space at a time. Face masks are

encouraged except for those who cannot

wear them due to medical issues. Call Steve

Chambers, director, at (740) 869-9305 to

make arrangements for visits outside of

open hours. Regular hours are 10 a.m.-2

p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Plain City Library

For up-to-date information about library

services, visit plaincitylib.org/covid-19 or

call (614) 873-4912. The library is located at

305 W. Main St.

• Kids’ Food Pickup. On Thursdays from

2 to 3 p.m., volunteers will be at the front

entrance of Journey Community Church,

11100 Lafayette-Plain City Rd., Plain City,

handing out shelf-stable meals. Any child or

student will receive five meals. The child

need not be present, but federal regulations

require organizers to collect the names of recipients.

The library thanks program partners

Children’s Hunger Alliance and

Journey Community Church.

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• NaNoWriMo. Ready to write your pants

off? National Novel Writing Month

(NaNoWriMo) occurs each year in November.

The challenge: to write 50,000 words of

a novel in one month. Sounds rough, right?

Not when you have a whole team cheering

you on. At 7 p.m. each Wednesdays in November,

join other participants online via

Zoom to talk out plans, characters, settings

and more. Visit plaincitylib.org and click on

Events for more information.

• Brunch Book Club. The club meets on

the second Tuesday of each month for great

books and discussion. For a while, the group

will meet online. When it’s possible to meet

safely in-person, meetings will take place at

local restaurants. At the next session, set for

Nov. 10 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., the club

will discuss “Writers & Lovers” by Lily

King. Brunch Book Club selections can be

checked out and picked up curbside or

downloaded using the Hoopla or Libby app.

E-mail hharlan@plaincitylib.org or call

(614) 873-4912, ext. 130, for details.

• Online Storytime. Mondays at 10:30

a.m., visit the library’s Facebook, Youtube,

and Twitter channels for a live online storytime,

complete with songs, rhymes, books

and more for all ages.

• Bedtime Storytime. Visit Facebook,

Youtube, and Twitter for live Bedtime Storytime

Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. Enjoy stories,

rhymes, songs and more.

Soil and Water Conservation

Due to the Veteran’s Day holiday, the

November monthly board meeting of the

Madison Soil and Water Conservation District

supervisors will be held at 4 p.m. Nov.

18 in the Madison County Engineer’s Office

conference room, 825 U.S. Highway 42 NE,

London. Those who attend in person are

asked to wear a mask and practice social

distancing. In-person attendance will be

limited to 10 people in the room at one time.

The meeting also will be offered online

through Microsoft Teams. To join by phone,

call +1 (937) 249-6810 (toll). Dial in 455 552

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WILLIAM

ALLEN

Army

Sergeant USAR

1957-1959

RANDY

BAKER

Air Force

MSgt

20 yrs,Active

& Reserve

Misawa AB,

Japan

JOHN

BALDERSON

Navy

Hospital Man

1964-1966

CLYDE”BUZZ”

BARKER

Marine Corps

Corporal

1969-1971

Mediterranean

& Puerto Rico

TONY

BARONDA

Army

PFC

1944-1947

Japan

LAWRENCE”ED”

BARTOE

Army

Sergeant

1968-1971

Vietnam

LARRY

BATEMAN

Army

SP/4

2 years

Vietnam

DONALD

BENNETT

Army

Corporal

3 yrs,5 mo.

WWII

SW Pacific

MAX

BENNETT

US Army

Air Corps.

Corporal

1943 Enlisted

WWII

NED

BENNETT

Navy

S1/C

1945

Enlisted

WWII

PAUL

BENNETT

Army

SFC

25 years

Afghanistan

JAMES

BEVENS

Navy/USAF

Staff Sergeant

1959-1969

Greenland

USAF Strategic

Air Command

WAYNE”TONY”

BEVENS

Navy

E3

1990-1994

Persian Gulf,

USS Kittyhawk

GENE

BUSSEY

Army

PFC

1953-1955

RAYMOND

BUSSEY

Army

Specialist

4th Class

1979-1982

ROBERT A.

COLLINS

Army

PFC

1940-1944

Germany

KIA

THOMAS W.

COLLINS

Air Force

Sergeant

1966-1970

Spain

GALEN

COURTRIGHT

Army

Corporal

41 months

JAPAN

KOREA

CHANCY

CUMMINS

Army

PFC, MP

1945-1949

Germany

RICHARD W.

CUNNINGHAM

Army/USAR

E7

25 Years

Desert Storm;

Reforger

Germany

To All of the Veterans Who have Served

Madison County Senior Citizens Center

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ALEX

CWIEKALO

Air Force

CM Sergeant

1966-1995

Italy,Germany,

Belgium,Korea,

Saudi Arabia

ROBERTA“BERT”

CWIEKALO

Air Force

Sergeant

1967-1971

Germany

RUSSELL

DEVER

Army

Anti-aircraft

PFC

1942-1945

Philippines;

Guadalcanal

CHARLES

DUNN

Army

Corporal

1952-1954

Korea

HAROLD

DUNN

Army

Tech 5

Medical

Equipment

1941-1945

New Guinea

STEVE

DUNN

Army National

Guard

SFC E7

1973-1994

TIM

DUNN

Army

Specialist 5

1971-1978

Turkey 1978

DEAN”MONK”

GARRARD

Army

Specialist 5

Germany

IRA

GILL

Army

PVT

WWI

RAY

GILL

Air Force

AZC A1C3

4 years

Korea

WILLIS “RED”

GODDEN

Army

T/4

2 Years

Occupied

Japan

RALPH

GREEN

Army

PFC

1952-1954

Germany

ROBERT T.

GREEN

Army

PFC

1916-1919

Germany

JOSEPH”GENE”

GREGG

Army

PFC

3 Months

Vietnam

KIA

RAYMOND

GREGG

Army

PVT

1941-1942

North Africa

WWII

KIA

WILLIAM

GREGG

Marines

Sergeant

1953-1957

Korea

DANIEL

HAMPP SR.

Army

Specialist

1 Year &

4 Months

PAUL

HASTINGS

Army

PFC

1963-1965

Germany

WAYNE

HASTINGS

Marines

PFC

1951-1953

FRANKLIN

HAY

Army

E4/SP4

1967-1969

Vietnam


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VETERANS DAY

Honoring All Who Served

GARY

HEIMAN

Air Force

Airman

Second Class

4 Years

Guam

1959-1960

RICHARD

HOUT

Army

Major

20 Years

Vietnam

2 Tours;

Germany

PAUL

HOWARD SR.

Army

WWII

Europe;

Normandy

PAUL

HOWARD JR.

Navy

8 Years

Spain;

2 Years

GLENN

HOWARD

Navy

4 Years

RALPH

JONES SR.

Army

CWO

21 Years

Korea

Vietnam

RALPH”BUTCH”

JONES JR.

Air Force

Sergeant

18 Years

Desert Shield

Desert Storm

BRAD

KRONK

Air Force

E-4

8 years

South Korea,

Saudi Arabia

SYLVESTER

LINDSEY

Army Air Corp

PFC, MP

1942-1945

North Africa

RALPH

LININGER

Army/Air Force

TSgt E-6

25 Years

MARC

LONG

Army

Specialist

1998-2007

Korea

MELVIN

LOWERY

Air Force

Sergeant E-4

1964-1968

Phillippines

TERRY

MACKEY

Marine Corp

MSgt

21 years

Okinwa(3tours)

Desert Storm

EDWWARD

MANNS

Army

PVT

2 Years

Vietnam

HERBERT”HERB”

MARKLEY

Navy

1940-1943

WWII

Battleship

USS Texas

EDWARD T.

MCCLASKIE

Army

Sergeant

1 Year

Vietnam

LARRY

MEADOWS

Army

Sergeant

5 Years

Vietnam

MALINDA

MERRILL

Army;

Airforce

MSgt

1981-2018

CHARLIE

MILLER

Army;

Airforce

JSgt

1955-1965

1982-1996

Germany,Spain

Panama,Azores

JACK

MILLER

Army

SP4

2 years

Germany

ASalutetoourVeterans..

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preserving our freedom.

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prepared to make to protect the America we love so much.

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ROBERT

MILLER

82nd Airborne

Division

Corporal

1952-1955

WAYNE A.

ROBERTS

Army

Specialist

5th Class

Artillery

2 years

Vietnam

ROBERT “BOB”

ROGERS

Navy

HM3

1952-1955

Korea

ROBERT”DAVID”

ROUSE JR.

Army

Staff Sgt

2004-2015

Iraq;

2 tours

ROBERT F.

ROUSE

Air Force

Staff Sgt

Intelligence

Specialist

1954-1958

LARRY

SIMMONS

Army

PFC

1961-1963

France,

Germany

DAVID

STUTHARD

Army National

Guard

Specialist

2003-2010

RAY

STUTHARD SR

Army

PFC

1942-1945

WWII

Europe

RAY

STUTHARD JR.

Army

Specialist

1967-1969

FRANKLIN W.

THUM

Navy

Raderman 3CL

3 yrs; 2 mo.

JAMES

TIMMONS

US Army Ranger

Sergeant

1942-1945

South Pacific

MAX

TIMMONS

Marine Corp

PFC

1941-1945

South Pacific

EDDY

WALTERS

Air Force

A1C

1958-1962

Germany

WILLIAM E.

WELSH

Army Air Corp

2d Lt

1942-1945

B29 PILOT

JAPAN - KIA

VANCE

WILSON

Army

E-4/SP4

1984-1988

BRION

WOOD

Army

SFC

1987-2008

Iraq

Afghanistan

Cuba

JEFFERY

WOOD

Air Force

Staff Sgt

Thumrait Oman

JUSTIN

WOOD

Air Force

A1C

LUCINDA

ZEALLEAR

Air Force

A2C

1985-1989

Korea


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Madison-Plains’ Gammell named Player of Year

Aydn Gammell, a senior on the Madison-Plains High

School boys’ golf team, was named Player of the Year

in the Ohio Heritage Conference

(OHC).

Gammell was recognized for

this and other achievements at

the Madison-Plains golf program

awards ceremony on Oct. 19.

In addition to being named the

conference’s top player, Gammell

earned first-team all-conference

status with his score of 81 at the

OHC tournament. He also was

named first-team all-Madison

County and was a district qualifier

in the Ohio High School Athletic

Association post-season

tournament.

Senior Gabe Garrison, a fouryear

varsity letter winner, was

named second-team OHC with a

97 score at the OHC tournament.

Three athletes earn their first

varsity letters in golf—junior

Evan Morehart, sophomore Cole

Music and sophomore Kyler Kimble.

Kimble earned OHC honorable

mention status with a 101

Aydn Gammell, a senior at Madison-

Plains, was named Ohio Heritage

Conference Player of the Year.

Adoptable Pets

score at the OHC tournament. Two athletes earned

their second-year varsity letters, junior Pegasio Xenikis

and senior Jordan Hildebrand.

Hildebrand earned OHC honorable

mention honors with a 104 score at

the OHC tournament.

The boys’ team ended the season

with 11 wins and finished second

in the South division of the Ohio

Heritage Conference. Joanie Boyle

serves as head coach of the boys’

team.

The girls’ team, coached by Jim

Miller, ended the season with nine

wins and finished seventh out of

eight teams at the OHC tournament.

Senior Bryanna Dodds (August

OHC Player of the Month), a fouryear

letter winner, earned OHC

honorable mention status with her

117 score at the OHC tournament.

She shared the team’s most valuable

player honors with fellow senior

Rachel Weis, a four-year letter

winner who earned first-team OHC

status after her 95 score in the

OHC tournament.

Miller told the team’s underclassmen,

“You have big shoes to fill,” referring to Dodds and Weis.

Sophomores Caralyn Fisher and Becca Plympton earned their

second varsity letters. Plympton walked away with an award for

most improved player.

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The following are among the pets up for

adoption at the Humane Society of Madison

County. If you are interested in adopting a

pet, fill out an application online at

www.hsmcohio.org or call (614) 879-8368.

Violet

Violet came to the shelter

on June 14, 2020, along

with her five babies and

went directly into foster

care. Violet was a fantastic

mamma kitty to her babies,

which are now grown

and have been adopted into forever homes.

Now, it is Violet’s turn to find a home.

Shelter staff believe Violet is around 2

years old. She is not a fan of dogs or other

cats and is very shy, so she would do better

in a quiet home by herself. She is a toy

horse, so you may want to stock up on those,

and she loves to hang out on the cat tree by

the window.

The staff hopes that someone with a lot

of patience will adopt Violet and provide her

with her forever home.

Adoption fees for cats are $60 for kittens

and $35 for cats older than 11 months. The

fee includes:a FeLV/FIV test, spay or

neuter, set of shots, de-worming, and a oneyear

rabies shot (if old enough). All fees are

cash only.

Sparky

Sparky was brought to the shelter by a

citizen on Aug. 16, 2020, because he was

running loose in their neighborhood. The

staff believes he is a terrier mix with an estimated

birthdate of Aug. 16, 2018.

This ham is full of personality and loves to

talk to you through barking, but he will stop once

you give him love. He always makes the staff and

volunteers giggle with the crazy things he does

,and that piggy sound he makes is hysterical.

Sparky loves to go on walks and hang out

with people. He is not a fan of high energy dogs

and prefers to mind his own business instead of

socializing with them. As far as cats go, he isn’t

too sure about them, but the staff suspects he would give chase if

they hissed and ran. Sparky is an all-around loving goofball on the

hunt for a loving home.

Adoption fees for dogs are as follows: shelter dogs, $150; prison

dogs, $200; puppies, $250; popular pure-breeds, $400. The price includes:

a Home Again microchip, shots, deworming, heartworm

testing (if old enough), spay or neuter, and a one-year rabies shot

(if old enough). All dogs that are adopted must leave with a county

license at an additional cost of $17. All fees are cash only.

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New bus camera system at Madison-Plains

The Madison County Prosecutor’s Office partnered with the

Madison-Plains Local School District to upgrade the district’s bus

camera system. The new system allows district administrators to

more effectively and efficiently investigate issues that occur on

buses.

Funding for the project came in the form of money confiscated

during arrests and drug raids made by local and county law enforcement

officers. Through the legal process, the Prosecutor’s Office was

able to release the funds for positive use in the county.

“School safety has been a focus area during my time at the Madison

County Prosecutor’s Office,” said Nick Adkins, assistant prosecuting

attorney. “It’s been a privilege to see these forfeited drug

funds that once served such a negative purpose be directed toward

positively impacting our local schools and their security measures.”

The new system cost $75,665 and includes four internal cameras

on each of 22 buses and one internal camera on each of three passenger

vans. Funding from the Prosecutor’s Office totaled $50,000.

The school district picked up the remainder the cost.

Prior to the upgrade, the cameras on Madison-Plains’ buses were

patched together from three separate systems. Due to age, the systems

had become obsolete and often did not function properly. Now, administrators

access one system from one vendor to view video footage and,

because of the technological advances, do so easily and efficiently.

“The new system allows the district to not only view video

footage from the buses, we can also map the bus location if an incident

occurs, verify the speed of our buses and vans, and verify if

the bus or van driver actuated their turn signal, hazard lights,

amber warning lights, and red stop lights,” said Kim Rogers, Madison-Plains

transportation supervisor.

“Thanks to the Madison County Prosecutor’s Office, and with the

reliability and ease of use of the new equipment, our staff will be

able to investigate incidents in a more timely fashion and resolve

them more quickly,” Rogers continued. “When a request for camera

The Madison County Prosecutor’s Office recently released funds to Madison-Plains Local Schools to assist

with the purchase of a new camera system for the district’s buses: (from left) Chad Eisler, Madison-Plains superintendent;

Kim Rogers, Madison-Plains transportation supervisor; and Nick Adkins, assistant prosecuting

attorney with the Madison County Prosecutor’s Office.

footage of the buses comes in, I no longer have to tell

the requestor there is no footage.”

Adkins added, “School bus safety at Madison-Plains

The Madison County Board of Developmental Disabilities

will meet at 4 p.m. Nov. 19 at the administrative

office, 500 Elm St., London.

is one of my passion projects, and I’m excited that our

teamwork could make this vision become a reality for

my alma mater.”

Board of Developmental Disabilities to meet Nov. 19

The board will hold a public hearing to discuss goals

and objectives for the 2021 Annual Action Plan at 3 p.m.

Dec. 10 at the administration office.


KING

Theodore F. “Teddy” King, 87, of London

passed away on Nov. 1, 2020, in Springfield

Regional Medical Center. Born on Jan. 31,

1933, in London, he was a son of Harley and

Hazel (Archer) King. A U.S. Army veteran

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obituaries

HANNA

Longtime resident of Bryan, Ohio, and current resident of

Choctaw Lake, London, Ohio, Richard “Dick” J. Hanna II passed on

Oct. 20, 2020, at Mount Carmel Hospital, Grove City, at the age of

76. Dick was born on Feb. 28, 1944, in Adrian, Mich., the son of

Richard J. Hanna and Helen (Matthes) Hanna. Dick and Jeannette

(Brown-Fisher) Hanna were married in Bryan, Ohio, in 1983 and

were married for 37 years. Dick worked for Bard Manufacturing for

47 years. He worked in numerous capacities in the organization and

was the director of product management at the time of his retirement

in 2015. In 2014, Dick and Jeannette moved to Choctaw Lake

to be closer to children and grandchildren. Dick was an avid boater

and enjoyed spending his time outdoors. Most of all, he enjoyed his

grandchildren and supporting them in their various activities. Dick

had served on the Choctaw Lake board of trustees and served on

various other committees in the community. Survivors include: his

wife, Jeannette (Brown-Fisher) Hanna; children, Todd (Deb) Hanna

of The Dalles, Ore., Jon Hanna of Columbus, Ohio, Chris (Christi)

Fisher of Delaware, Ohio, Bret (Will Pratt) Hanna of Park City,

Utah, Stacy Fisher (Ian) MacGregor of Dublin, Ohio, and Shelley

Fisher (Mario) Brunicardi of Hilliard, Ohio; grandchildren, Ashli

Hanna Brown, Alyssa Hanna Drake, Madison Hanna, Ariel Fisher,

Ava Stalter, Helene Stalter, Toria Stalter, Olivia Fisher, Julianna

Brunicardi, Sienna Brunicardi, Bailey Fisher, Landon Brunicardi

and Lachlan MacGregor; six great-grandchildren; siblings, Bill

(Rosanne) Hanna of San Diego, Calf., and Kim Hanna (Bill) Edison

of Lake Whales, Fla.; many nieces and nephews. Dick was proceeded

in death by his parents and brother, Mark Hanna. There was no visitation

or funeral service due to COVID-19. Friends and family may

make memorial contributions to The American Heart Association or

a charity of their choice. The family was served by Eberle-Fisher Funeral

Home and Crematory, London. Condolences may be sent to

www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.

SMITH

Carolyn D. Smith, 88, of Ashville, Ohio, formerly of

Williamsport, Ohio, went to Heaven on Oct. 24, 2020, at Mount

Carmel Hospital, Grove City. Born at home in Madison County,

Ohio, to the late Charles and Clara Wood, Carolyn was a graduate

of Fairfield High School, Class of 1949. Carolyn worked for many

years at the Deer Creek Resort Gift Shop, a job that she loved! She

was a 65-plus year member of Heber Chapter 62, OES,

Williamsport. Carolyn was preceded in death by: her husband, H.

Donald Smith; her beloved daughter, Deborah Jo Smith; and her

siblings, Jerry Rickert, Elizabeth Oyler, Charles Wood, George

Wood and Margaret Carpenter. She is survived by: her daughters,

Diane Smith and Beth (Dean) Reynolds; her grandchildren, Eddie

Reynolds, Clara (Dana) Mikita, Dee (Tim) Forrest, Donald Smith

and Deidra Jo Teets; her great-grandchildren, Gracie Forrest, Cole

Forrest, Noah Smith, Estella Reynolds and Alex Mikita; and good

family friend, Rod Teets. A private Eastern Star service was held,

and family visitation and a funeral were observed in Carolyn’s

honor. Burial followed the service at Springlawn Cemetery,

Williamsport. Memorial contribution my be made to: American

Heart Association, 5455 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43214. Porter-

Tidd Funeral Home, Mount Sterling, assisted the family. Visit

www.portertiddfuneralhome.com to share favorite memories of Carolyn

or to send condolences to her family.

ELLIOTT

Bruce E. Elliott, 70, of London, Ohio, died peacefully surrounded

by his family on Oct. 29, 2020, at Mount Carmel Hospital in Grove

City. Bruce was born on Oct. 4, 1950, in Washington Court House,

Ohio, a son of Edwin L. and Virginia (Schiller) Elliott. He retired from

Kroger Inc. with more than 35 years of service. He was a member of

the London Jaycees. He spent much time hunting and fishing at his

cabin in the woods. Also you could find him sitting in his backyard

feeding the squirrels, naming them, and identifying the birds by

species. His family was very important to him, and he enjoyed family

celebrations. He is survived by: his mother, Virginia Elliott of Washington

C.H.; wife, Nancy (Blazer) Elliott of London; sons, Ron

(Leenita) Elliott of Westerville, Ohio, and Adam (Kasey) Elliott of Hebron,

Ohio; daughter, Carla Baugess of Springfield, Ohio; step-children,

Chance (Karmyn) Penn and Erin Penn of Oregon; brother, Gary

Elliott Venice, Florida; sisters, Debbie Templin of Moraine, Ohio, and

Pam Morton of Washington C.H.; grandchildren, Lindsey (Andy),

Rachel, Emily, Mallory, Brandon, Brittnie, Heather (Zavier), Dylan,

Rocki and Thorin; great-grandchildren, Ellyott and Andersyn. Bruce

was preceded in death by his father, Edwin Elliott. Memorial contributions

may be given to Disabled Veterans, ASPCA (The American

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) or your favorite

charity. Bruce requested no memorial services and wanted his final

destination to be his favorite fishing lake. The family entrusted

Bruce’s final arrangements to Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home, London.

Condolences may be sent to www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.

BAIRD

Larry R. Baird Jr., 56, of London died on Oct. 31, 2020, in Riverside

Methodist Hospital. Born on May 13, 1964, in Providence, R.I.,

he was the son of Larry R. Sr. and Leah (Gillenwaters) Baird. A

1982 graduate of Madison-Plains High school, Larry had worked in

heating and cooling, as well as hospital maintenance. He was an

avid sports fan and cheered fiercely for the Ohio State Buckeyes

and Dallas Cowboys. Sports were one of his two biggest loves in life.

Larry adored his family and didn’t know a stranger. Everyone he

met became a friend and someone to take care of. Many extra holiday

plates were made and sent with him to various friends, family

and acquaintances who did not have people to celebrate with. Larry

would give the shirt off of his back to anyone in need and made sure

the people around him knew he loved and cared for them. He was

only a phone call away and would drop everything to help his family

and friends. He is survived by his family whom he loved very much,

including: daughter, Jessica “Jessi” Baird (Kevin); mother, Leah

Baird; sister, Toni McDaniel; nephew and niece, Tyler McDaniel

and Kayla McDaniel; great-niece, Erica Mc-

Daniel; several aunts, uncles and cousins;

and his favorite four-legged companion,

Brutus. He was preceded in death by his father.

The family wishes to thank a very special

nurse, Jessica, for her tremendous care

given to Larry during his time at Riverside.

A graveside service was held on Nov. 5 in

Range Township Cemetery. Memorial contributions

may be made to Eberle-Fisher

Funeral Home, London, for the benevolence

of the family.

Westinghouse in Columbus. Ted enjoyed

spending time at the Waffle House and

Henry’s Restaurant and relaxing on the

front porch. Survivors include many nieces,

nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

He was preceded in death by: his parents;

sisters, Jeannette, Inez, Connie, Virginia,

Irene and Helen; and brothers, Harley Jr.

and Garland. Funeral services were held on

Nov. 6 in Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and

Crematory, London, with Pastor Scott Griswold

officiating. Interment followed in Deercreek

Township Cemetery. Memorial

contributions may be made to the Disabled

American Veterans.

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PUBLIC AUCTION OF

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ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21

ST

AT 10:00 AM

LOCATED AT: 2151 LONDON-GROVEPORT RD (RT 665)

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