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A holiday themed weekend

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The city administration of Hillsboro put on a series of successful Christmas events and activities last Friday and Saturday.

ODNR asks for help with HWA

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COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Forestry is asking for the public’s help to keep invasive pests out of Ohio’s forests. The ODNR is encouraging people to report sightings of hemlock woolly adelgids (HWA), insects that can threaten hemlock forests.

100 Turkey Bingo: The Car Edition coming to SSCC

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Just in time for Thanksgiving, around 100 turkeys will be given away when the Highland County Senior Citizens Center holds 100 Turkey Bingo: The Car Edition on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Southern State Community College parking lot in Hillsboro.

GREENFIELD P.D. REPORTS

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The Greenfield Police Department has released the following information:

2022 Leesburg Luminaria royalty

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Lions Club District Governor John Hibbs (far right) awads the sixth grade royalty Sunday at the 2022 Leesburg Luminaria. Pictured (l-r) are princess Ayla Parker, queen Braylah Wells and king Liam Bender.

Waterhemp and other pigweed problems in crops

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What weeds did you see left in your field during the 2022 harvest? Each year OSU Extension educators ask the same question. Several educators travel their counties to identify which weeds escaped our herbicide applications and in 2022. Educators surveyed 3,810 fields in 37 counties. This helps us evaluate resistance development or application timing issues that need to be addressed for the next growing season.

Meth dealer avoids prison

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A Dublin woman was sentenced to three years of community control for multiple counts of trafficking in methamphetamine.

Official election results

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The certified results of this month’s general election were released by the Highland County Board of Elections last week. The total number of ballots cast in Highland County was 12,911 out of 27,203 registered voters for an overall turnout of 47.46 percent.

L-C band earns highest rating at state finals

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The Lynchburg-Clay Marching Mustangs earned the highest possible rating at the 2022 Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) State Marching Band Finals recently at Alexander Stadium in Piqua. This marked back-to-back state finals in consecutive school years for the Marching Mustangs, with the OMEA giving them a Superior (I) rating for this year’s performance, “Under the Moonlight.”

SSCC Theatre holding auditions

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SSCC Theatre will hold auditions for the spring production of “Moonlight and Magnolias” by Ron Hutchinson.