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CHIP grant received

The Board of Logan County Commissioners has received $800,000 in Federal and State Community Housing Impact and Preservation grant funds to improve the housing stock and help in the provision of affordable housing to Logan County and City of Bellefontaine residents.

Read more about the grant in Wednesday’s Examiner.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 November 2015

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Tower pieces continue to fit with ease

Midstate Contractors Inc.’s planning and prefabrication of the new Logan County Courthouse tower continues to pay off as the various parts are settling into place 100 or more feet above ground.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 November 2015

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Real estate purchase agreement approved for water building

A purchase agreement for the sale of real estate to build a new water building was approved Monday in a regular session of the West Liberty Village Council, in a meeting that also saw the police chief offer an impassioned case for a new police department.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 November 2015

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Family Dollar slated to open this week in DeGraff

A new retail store offering a variety of grocery staples along with many other household items at everyday value prices is scheduled to open this week in the village of DeGraff following its construction during the past year. 

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Agreement yields energy savings for district

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Bellefontaine Schools Board of Education members discussed at their Monday evening meeting an energy cost savings opportunity through an area company, and also were briefed on the district's United Way of Logan County campaign, which wrapped up Friday.

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Man gets max for sex crimes

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A 30-year-old Jackson Center man got the maximum possible prison sentence for sex crimes he committed against a 13-year-old girl.

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BCS operates on huddle day schedule Nov. 11

Bellefontaine Chiefs

Bellefontaine City Schools will operate on a huddle day schedule Wednesday, Nov. 11, with a two-hour delay for students so that teachers can participate in staff development activities.

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Officers deal with unruly patient

Officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department responded to Mary Rutan Hospital twice Monday on a report of a patient who was unwilling to calm down.

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