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5:32 pm
Fri June 24, 2011

Clark County Officials Urge Residents to Adopt New Water System

Clark County officials have notified 17 residents in the Lawrenceville area that they have until August 23rd to switch to the county's water system or rick having their water supply cut off. 

Last June, the county installed a water system in the Lawrenceville area.  It cost about $767,000.  But 17 residents have not connected to the new system yet, according to Clark County Utility Director Alice Godsey.  She says the old water system will be shut down in August and unless residents want to dig a well, they need to be connected to the new system. 

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Books
1:27 pm
Fri June 24, 2011

Book Nook: The Poacher's Son and Trespasser, by Paul Doiron

Paul Doiron has published the first two books in a murder mystery series that features the Maine game warden Mike Bowditch. The first book, "The Poacher's Son" (Minotaur Books) recently came out in paperback. The second novel, "Trespasser" (Minotaur Books) was released in hardcover last week.

While it isn't crucial to read these books in chronological order it might be more fun. I read them out of order so I was excited about going back and reading "The Poacher's Son" so that I could gain some added insights into
the latest book.

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Wed June 22, 2011

Conrad's Corner: June 22, 2011

Julie Moore reads Robert Paschell's poem, "Art & Science."

Business & Technology
4:32 pm
Wed June 22, 2011

New Business Coming to the Upper Valley Mall

Springfield's Upper Valley Mall has struggled to survive in the past decade, but a new mega shoe store may give the shopping center a much needed boost and bring more jobs and tax revenue to the local economy.

"The store is called Encore, and the space itself is 31,500 square feet.  So it's going to be the largest shoe store in the state of Ohio," says Brenda LaBonte, manager of the Upper Valley Mall.  She says the store will bring thousands of shoppers and employ between 20 and 100 people.

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Music
2:17 pm
Wed June 22, 2011

Live on Kaleidoscope: We Were Animals

We Were Animals performing live at South Park Tavern

When Ed. Vs. Radio disbanded, Jason Gilmore and Nigel Verboon decided that they wanted to continue playing together, but they wanted to do something different from the pop-punk style they had been playing together for years.  This experimentation led to the creation of We Were Animals and the addition of I Died Trying's Mark on drums.  The band has released a two song demo with plans for a full album release in July.

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