The Teays Valley Educational Foundation awarded Teays Valley High School intervention specialist Zach Frank a grant to purchase a shredder to be used by his students. He is creating a simulated work area to give his students work experience and this is the latest addition to it. They are wor…

CIRCLEVILLE — One Book, One Community – Pickaway County announces the 2020 reading theme is the Power of Reading. For this year’s One Book, One Community challenge, the organization wants to celebrate ways that reading lets us explore the world, motivates us to action, provides an escape, an…

Michelle Blanton, a member of the Uptown Circleville board, spoke to Sunrise Rotary Club members this week about the group’s mission to promote Circleville as a destination for living, playing, shopping and investing. Uptown Circleville is an affiliate of the Main Street program. Once the re…

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Every year, I take my first wildflower walk in mid-January. This year I was eager to see how our unseasonably warm winter had affected the dawning of the year’s first wildflower, the humble skunk cabbage (eastern skunk cabbage or symplocarpus foetidus).

Good morning from the Yoders quiet house. Ya, all is quiet for once. Silence is something I rarely get to “hear” these days. Too much of it would undoubtedly be boring, but in this season of life, that is not on my list of worries.

Lobster bisque is one of my all-time favorite soups to eat in the wintertime, and Chef Moe, of Chef Moe on the Go food truck, knows exactly how much I love her seafood bisque and was generous enough to give me her special recipe to share.

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The Circleville Rotary Club recently met with Westfall student guest Ella Selley and Chanston Moll; the program included retired Judge Gary Dumm; new Judge Elisa Peters; Chief Probation Officer Jason McGowen; and Clerk of Courts Craig Stevens. Pictured from left is Bob McCrady, Craig Stevens…

CIRCLEVILLE — On average, drunk driving crashes kill 30 people every day in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). That’s one person every 50 minutes. This New Year’s Eve, AAA encourages partygoers to make safety a top priority by doing th…

CIRCLEVILLE — The Ted Lewis Museum announces that it has received a grant from the Miriam Ruggles Adkins Foundation as a supporting sponsor of our 2020 concert, Sentimental JourneyThrough the 1940s.

CIRCLEVILLE — Ohio employers are reminded that Ohio’s minimum wage increases on Jan. 1, 2020 to $8.70 per hour for non-tipped employees and $4.35 per hour for tipped employees. The minimum wage will apply to employees of businesses with annual gross receipts of more than $319,000 per year.

CIRCLEVILLE — The Presbyterian Women have been busy in the kitchen, mixing, baking and decorating dozens and dozens of cookies and confections as they prepare for the 29th annual Cookie Walk.

At South Bloomfield Elementary School’s Champions of the Month were selected. The students are recognized for knowing their “ABC’s”... good attendance, behavior and character. Pictured left to right: Kindergarten, Dallas Reed; first grade, Jaxon Martin; second grade, Addyson Kelly; third gra…

The Pickaway County Garden Club met for dinner at the Pickaway Country Club on Dec. 3. Following dinner, a gift exchange was held. The officers for 2019/20 are, from left: Jo Ann Bower, historian; Dotty Haney, treasurer; Sue Twining, president; Elaine DeColibus, vice president; and Carol Ann…

Circleville Rotary Club met on Dec. 5 and had Joey Herron and Chovelle Cheadle as the student guests.

The American Association of University Women met at the Pickaway County Library on Nov. 19.

CIRCLEVILLE — This winter, the American Red Cross is urging people to give blood and be the lifeline patients need. The Red Cross urges donors of all blood types to give blood now to help keep the blood supply stable during the holidays.

Teays Valley students Elise Pickett and Mason Koch were the student guests at the Nov. 14 Circleville Rotary Club meeting. Eriech Horvath was the guest speaker, talking about the Rotary Foundation. All the money collected by the Rotary Foundation goes toward all the projects they do, includi…