• News in brief

    News in brief

    Here are a selection of brief news items from this week's paper edition, and possibly a few news briefs that didn't make it in the paper.

    April 24, 2014 3:15 pm(0)
  • Adopted feline helps family heal after string of tragedies

    Adopted feline helps family heal after string of tragedies

    Of late, Rockland’s Benson family has endured far more than its share of tribulations, but a kitten adopted from a Sparta animal shelter has p…

    April 24, 2014 3:00 pm(0)
  • WSHS seniors to get art spotlight in May

    WSHS seniors to get art spotlight in May

    For West Salem High School students, the last month of the school year is the time when any senior who’s ever taken an art course can have the…

    April 24, 2014 3:00 pm(0)

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Waste panel to collect info from neighbors

Waste panel to collect info from neighbors

West Salem’s newly formed Household Waste Committee made plans earlier this week to “get the dirt” from area municipalities using automated trash services.

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Adopted feline helps family heal after string of tragedies

Adopted feline helps family heal after string of tragedies

Of late, Rockland’s Benson family has endured far more than its share of tribulations, but a kitten adopted from a Sparta animal shelter has proven to be an unexpected godsend, so much so that the cat has won a rare statewide distinction.

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Faga, Thornton power Central over Summit Heights

Faga, Thornton power Central over Summit Heights

ORLANDO, Fla. — It was a a good day to be named Ben -- Faga or Thornton -- as each came through with clutch hits to lift the Central High School baseball team past Summit Heights, Ohio, 9-1 Thursday during the Red Raiders southern swing.

April 17, 2014 11:23 pm

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SKOL: We don’t want a requiem for the crabs

SKOL: We don’t want a requiem for the crabs

One of my favorite songs is the Bill Staines tune, “All God’s Critters Got a Place in the Choir,” a tune I’ve been earnestly trying to get my grandchildren to sing with me ever since they arrived on the scene. It has an appealing, lively tune…

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