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HILLSBORO P.D. REPORTS

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The Hillsboro Police Department has released the following information:

Deer gun harvest increases

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COLUMBUS — Hunters across Ohio harvested 15,469 white-tailed deer during the extra weekend of deer gun hunting on Dec. 16-17, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. During the two-day gun weekend over the last three years, hunters checked an average of 13,329 deer. In 2022, the weekend total was 15,164.

Ohio minimum wage to increase Jan. 1

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Ohio’s minimum wage is scheduled to increase on Jan. 1, 2024, to $10.45 per hour for non-tipped employees and $5.25 per hour for tipped employees. The minimum wage will apply to employees of businesses with annual gross receipts of more than $385,000 per year.

Fauber joins MNB Board of Directors

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Merchants National Bank (MNB) announced Thursday that Denise Fauber, current MNB chief operating officer, was added to the MNB Board of Directors.

Wilkin endorses Trump

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Hillsboro resident Shane Wilkin, a conservative Republican running for Ohio’s Second Congressional District, released the following statement Thursday announcing his endorsement of Donald J. Trump for president of the United States:

HIGHLAND COUNTY S.O. REPORTS

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

County unemployment rate falls

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The unemployment rate in Highland County fell in November to 3.6 percent, according to figures released by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS).

New articulation agreements for WC

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Wilmington College signed articulation agreements this year with a number of higher education institutions in Ohio. The partnerships will provide students with a seamless transfer process to various WC programs.

‘Dangerous dogs’ returned to owner

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WASHINGTON C.H. — The owner of the two pit bulls cited for having dogs-at-large was back in court Dec. 14 to settle the case.

A special Christmas

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Gliding over the river and through the woods will be a much easier thing to do for an antique sleigh that, thanks to the efforts of McClain high school students, has been completely refurbished.