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Group led by Schoolcraft bringing Christmas to multiple families.

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Christmas will be brighter for two area families thanks to the effort of a group, organized by handyman Frank Schoolcraft, that gifted each family a new cooktop range and refrigerator on Friday, Dec. 12.

Wenstrup visits Greenfield HCCAO

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U.S. Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) visited the Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. (HCCAO) in Greenfield this Tuesday. He had the opportunity to meet with staff and tour the facility, learning how it serves local residents and helps transition people to a healthy life of independence.

HILLSBORO P.D. REPORTS

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The Hillsboro Police Department has released the following information:

HIGHLAND COUNTY S.O. REPORTS

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Greenfield man gets community control

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A Greenfield man was sentenced to three years of community control on drug charges recently in Highland County Common Pleas Court.

Marijuana laws put officers in gray area

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With the enactment of Ohio’s recreational marijuana law, approved by voters in the Nov. 7 general election, area law enforcement officials have more questions than answers about what the new law will actually look like.

Author visits Rainsboro Elementary

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Recently in the reading classrooms at Rainsboro Elementary children listened intently to stories of swimming holes, fishing spots and hiking the hollers during childhood summers in Kentucky.

HILLSBORO P.D. REPORTS

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Adena makes Greenfield mother’s births special

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While the birth of a child always feels special, Greenfield resident Linzey Gallion believes Adena Health’s midwife program took that feeling to another level.

Stuff the Bus helps explosion victims

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Max Sprague of the Ohio Car Shows and Cruise Ins Facebook page, and Kit Loch and family and staff at Leap of Faith Bridal, coordinated the Cruisers Helping Kids Christmas Stuff the Bus event Dec. 16 at former Hillsboro High School parking lot to benefit the children and families who lost their lives in an apparent explosion and resulting fire Nov. 28 at Jimbos’s Auto Repair in Hillsboro and the family of Desiree Pleasure, who died after apparently going into cardiac arrest at the same time as the fire. Croswell VIP Motorcoach lent one of its busses to the event to be used to hold presents donated to the children. “We actually did very well,” said Sprague. “Each family is going to get roughly $465 in Kroger cards, and each child is going to get a $50 Master Card plus a ton of presents.”