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Crash claims Fayetteville man

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A Fayetteville man was killed Tuesday in a two-vehicle crash on S.R. 68 in Clinton County.

HIGHLAND COUNTY S.O. REPORTS

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The Highland County Sheriff’s Office has released the following information:

Smart devices help with heart health

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February is American Heart Month, a time when people are encouraged to focus on their cardiovascular health, and many people are using smartwatches and other portable electronic devices to monitor their heart health.

COVID still high following Christmas spikes

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A recent brief decrease in Covid-19 in Highland County was still significantly higher than the lowest moments of only a couple of months ago, according to The New York Times COVID-19 Tracker.

Abernathy authors new book

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CINCINNATI — Former Washington Post contributing columnist Gary Abernathy’s new book, “MAGA Republicans Are Already Normal – And Other Shocking Notions,” is now available in hardcover, paperback and eBook on Amazon.

HILLSBORO P.D. REPORTS

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The Hillsboro Police Department has released the following information:

Tickets still available for ag event

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Tickets are still available for the 12th annual Ag is Everyone’s Business event scheduled for Friday, March 1 at Boeckmann Farms, owned and operated by Jason and Amy Boeckmann, located north of Hillsboro. This event is presented annually by the Highland County Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by many local businesses.

Boil alert in Hillsboro

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The city of Hillsboro has announced a boil advisory for residents on Mary’s Lane and Elizabeth Drive until further notice.

Chamber on the move

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The Highland County Chamber of Commerce and the Visitors Bureau of Highland County have moved their offices from the historic Scott House in Hillsboro to a space within the Hillsboro Business Complex at 129 N. High St. in Hillsboro.

Ohio’s final 2023-24 deer harvest report

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COLUMBUS – Ohio’s hunters checked 213,928 white-tailed deer during the 2023-24 deer hunting season that concluded on Feb. 4, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.