In the Tuesday, March 24, 2020 issue
Pandemic changes way of life
Although school has been cance …
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Iron Timbers based on faith and family
Iron Timbers has an impressive …
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Teenagers help Safe Passage
Students from both South Ripley and Jac-Cen-Del were able to work together and raise $1170 for Safe Passage, a domestic shelter. The students are pictured as they counted the money, and realized a friendly little “Pennies War” raised $64 alone and was won by South Ripley. Jane Yorn, with Safe Passage, noted they are very appreciative of this and it couldn’t of come at a better time.
MMH officials confirm a case of COVID-19 in ER
Last Thursday, March 19, Margaret Mary Health received confirmation from a hospital in Cincinnati that a Franklin County resident who was transferred from MMH’s emergency services department has been tested for confirmed positive for COVID-19.
Local business concerned about response time of police
Michel Norman, owner of the laundromat in Milan, attended the board meeting to discuss the lack of follow-up he received regarding an ongoing trespassing issue he has. Norman stated he called the police on January 22, January 27, and again on March 6 with no response.