Former Gallia County Deputy Andrew Holcomb Joins the U.S. Secret Service

Former Gallia County Deputy Sheriff Andrew Holcomb earned a new title Friday with the announcement that he has joined the elite ranks of the Uniform Division of the United States Secret Service.

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Ohio Strong Action Kicks Off 2020 Campaign in Delaware County

Ohio Strong Action kicked off their 2020 campaign this weekend in the city of Delaware. The PAC’s Chair, Mike Gibbons, said, “I am excited for our door to door kickoff. Educating Ohioans on the positive accomplishments Trump has enacted is our main objective. We have a President who is keeping his word and has the guts to fight for the American citizens.”

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Ohio Sportsmen’s Alliance 2019 Rally Features Lt. Gov. Jon Husted

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Hundreds of Ohioans attended the Ohio Sportsmen’s Alliance 2019 Rally Saturday night. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted and Director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Mary Mertz joined the Alliance for their 23rd annual event.

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Portage County Activist Accuses Commissioners of Repeatedly Violating Open Meetings Laws

  Brian Ames of Portage County has been fighting for public meetings to be open for more than 20 years. He has been studying and applying the requirements in the Open Meetings Act. He’s had some success in court and in Brimfield Township, where the trustees are now being transparent…

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Ohio’s Blanchester Local School District Has Staff Trained and Armed to Protect Students

The Blanchester Board of Education in southwestern Ohio voted on Dec. 17, 2018 to allow trained staff to carry concealed firearms in their schools. The discussion occurred over a period of months with public input. The final decision by the board was unanimous. It went into effect this week with the start of the 2019-2020 school year.

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