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Craig McDonald
Award-winning journalist, novelist and graphic novel author. Editor of The Granville Sentinel, Pataskala Standard.
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West Licking Joint Fire District seeks 2.5 mill replacement levy via
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Granville painter Hamilton has large Columbus exhibition of nearly 50 new works via
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Craig McDonald Oct 19
Granville manager: 3 'viable' pitches vying for downtown fire station site development via
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NewarkAdvocate.com Oct 13
New Columbus-based thriller shot in many central Ohio locations, including Pataskala.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Oct 13
Granville Council talks Trick-or-Treat logistics and changes required by Columbia Gas project along Granger Street.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Oct 12
Granville Recreation District seeks voter support for a 0.75-mill, five-year operating levy on the Nov. 3 ballot.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Oct 9
Ray Rays' Hog Pit BBQ location coming to Columbus Road in Granville next year.
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GROW Licking County Oct 9
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NewarkAdvocate.com Oct 7
Pataskala to monitor wastewater for COVID-19 infection evidence.
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LCHS Pets Oct 4
Karan was just adopted today from LCHS and has gotten loose. She was last seen in the Staddens Bridge Rd area in Heath. We are headed out to look for her. She is VERY timid, so please DO NOT CHASE. Message the shelter immediately with a location if you see her. Please SHARE!
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NewarkAdvocate.com Oct 1
Pataskala officials begin tricky process of shaping coming year's budget against backdrop of global pandemic.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Oct 1
Granville High School cases are no longer active; about 50 students no longer in quarantine. However, two cases confirmed at middle school.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Sep 30
Granville area suffers another rash of political sign thefts over weekend.
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Craig McDonald Sep 22
50 GHS students are now in quarantine with two COVID-19 student cases identified at high school.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Sep 21
School superintendents react to latest round of annual report cards whose data has been greatly limited as a result of pandemic and canceled tests.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Sep 20
Bryn Du Drive residents report excessive speed, recklessness on part of drivers through neighborhood.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Sep 19
No other students have been quarantined related to the case.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Sep 18
Sixteen Watkins High School students are quarantining after one student tested positive for COVID-19.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Sep 17
Some family farms plan to open for traditional fall fun, but with pandemic concessions to ensure safety.
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NewarkAdvocate.com Sep 16
“We will do our best to honor students from the same household with different last names. Students will engage in virtual learning through SchoolsPLP on the days they are not in the building.” - Superintendent Dr. Philip Wagner
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