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New Noble County Chamber Director Hired

Courtnee Norman will hold the title of Director of Noble County Business Development in Noble County. She will serve as Director of the Noble County Chamber of Commerce and Director of the Community Improvement Corporation. Norman is a native of Gnadenhutten, Ohio, and a graduate of Indian Valley High School. She received her bachelor’s degree…

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Noble County Historical Society Fundraiser

Noble County Historical Society has started signing up participants for their 200 club fundraiser for 2024 . Funds are used for general maintenance insurance and part of the utilities for the museum and Ball-Caldwell Homestead. To play send $50 to Noble County Historical Society P.O. Box 128 Caldwell, Ohio 43724 .Drawings begin April 1st $100…

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Robert Pickenpaugh Withdraws from Noble County Sheriff’s Race

Former Noble County Sheriff and candidate for the office of sheriff, Robert Pickenpaugh, slated to run for re-election in the March primary against Noble County Sheriff Jason Mackie, has announced his withdrawal from the race. He did so in a public letter on his candidate Facebook page Friday. Below is the letter he posted: To…

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Zeps Score at Muskingum University’s February HS Invite

By Tara Estadt The SHS boys and girls indoor track teams were back at New Concord, for a 2nd time, on February 4th. There were over 1,000 meet entries of athletes representing nearly 70 different schools. “I enjoy getting a head start on the outdoor season. And my favorite part about indoor track is competing…

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Local Girls Basketball Teams Set for Sectional Play

By Julie LaFollette The East District Division IV girls basketball tournament draw was held last week. The Caldwell Lady Redskins were the sixth seed. They will host the ninth seed Conotton Valley on Wednesday, February 21. The winner of this game will face the winner of the third seed Monroe Central and the 16 seed…

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Court House Elevator Still Down; Commissioners Looking Into New Public Transportation Service

The commissioners met on Wednesday, January 24, 2024 and Monday January 29. Present were President Allen Fraley, Vice President Ty Moore, and Commissioner Gary Saling. Looking into Transportation Service The commissioners are reportedly looking into a transportation program for the county. They visited Morgan County who has its own system, transporting passengers within a 50…

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Thriller in the Hangar!

By Gene Davis This game was advertised to be ‘the game’ of the year and to expect a large crowd at the Hangar. Caldwell and Shenandoah fans lined up in the hall two hours before the JV tip off time. By tip off, nearly 1,000 crammed into the Hangar in anticipation of some extreme basketball.…

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