CIRCLEVILLE - A Circleville man appeared in Circleville Municipal Court yesterday on a summons for a felony theft charge. Joshua Peters is the former treasurer of Circleville Girls Softball League Inc, and he’s being accused of taking $8,882.75 between April 26, 2018 and April 22, 2019 over 45 bank card transactions.
It has been widely reported that Charles Mick was terminated from the Village of New Holland as a police sergeant in July of 2018 in retaliation for filing charges against his superiors; however, the attached documents provide evidence and make assertions that it was in fact Mick who was retaliating against village officials for not making him the next Chief of Police.
Lancaster, Ohio, May 20, 2019 – South Central Power Company today announced plans to consolidate three central Ohio facilities into a single location in the Rock Mill Industrial Park in Lancaster, with a projected opening in 2021.
Staff from the electric cooperative’s existing offices in Lancaster, Canal Winchester and Circleville will relocate to the new facility, creating a combined workforce of around 180.
Pictured: Cara Hogue, Carrie Hogue, Mindi Brown, Mason Brown, Robert Hogue, Heidi Tatman, Harry Frost, Brenda Palm (Circleville Township Fiscal Officer), Ernie Enoch (Circleville Township Trustee), Ryley, Bobbie Lutz-Garrett
CIRCLEVILLE TOWNSHIP - Circleville Township Park (Logan Elm Village Park) was recently reopened after a few weeks of construction. The significant upgrade is a result of a partnership between the citizens of Logan Elm Village and the township that began in early 2018.
NEW HOLLAND - In July of 2018, the Village of New Holland Council was in the process of firing Sgt. Brad Mick when he presented charges against Mayor Clair “Butch” Betzko and acting police chief David Conrad. He alleged that they conspired to forge outgoing Police Chief Jason Lawless’s signature on paperwork bound for the Attorney General’s office.
CIRCLEVILLE - In 1983, incumbent Democratic Circleville Mayor John Jenkins was challenged by Republican Wilton E. (Bud) Christopher. The race was close, very close. At the end of November 8th, Jenkins had received 1721 votes and Christopher took 1720, according to a series of Circleville Herald articles published that year.
5/4/2019 - Press Release
CIRCLEVILLE - According to Pickaway County Sheriff Robert B. Radcliff, on May 4th, 2019, at 1255 hours, Deputy Harger and his K9 partner Joris, stopped a vehicle on Huston Street near the intersection of US 23 for a failing display an Ohio registration and for an improper lane change.
CDL DRIVER CLASS A / SERVICE TECH. FULL TIME Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm EVENINGS & WEEKENDS OFF Rather you have years of experience or just starting out, will train on site Transporting, Set-up and Servicing Mobile Homes Position located in Circleville MOBILE HOME REFURBISHER FULL TIME Monday-Friday 8am-5pm EVENINGS & WEEKENDS OFF Constructs and repairs structural woodwork and equipment in Mobile Homes to renovate the unit to a quality product Position located in Circleville MUST have a valid driver’s license MAINTENANCE TECH.
By Jon Hogue
CIRCLEVILLE - Jon Bialy and Ike Wampler of Bialy Corp want to form a non-profit organization to purchase and rehabilitate the Everts Gym and Industrial Arts wing. They want to work with Dan Coy of Crossroads Church to operate the facility.
Bialy Corp is a local real estate development company which owns over 1100 units in the area.
4/20/2019 By Jon Hogue
CIRCLEVILLE - On Saturday, April 20th, the Pickaway County Family YMCA held its first ever adult dodgeball tournament at its facility at 440 Nicholas Drive. Eight teams signed up to play with about 40 total players. Each team played 3 round robin games, then played in a single elimination tournament.
Picture: Master Sergeant Rob Jackson and Sergeant Major Eric Echavarria line up a shot in shooting competition. Their farthest shot for the day, 927 meters.
FORT BENNING, GA - Army rangers from all over the world are gathering this weekend for a 60 hour competition to find out who is the Best Ranger in the world.
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Tissue 360’s article on Circleville Sofidel plant. CLICK HERE TO READ.
CIRCLEVILLE - A new article published by a toilet paper industry news source tells us 1 important thing about the Circleville Sofidel plant. Not only is the plant significant to Sofidel, or to Circleville, it’s significant to the entire toilet paper industry and to anyone who manufactures throughout the world.
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CIRCLEVILLE - Circleville City plans to buy land to expand Barthelmas Park by 20 acres. We looked at the purchase contract and noticed that it doesn’t list a property description or a timeline, 2 required attributes of all real estate purchase contracts. We were able to pull the parcel number from a grant agreement between the City and the Pickaway Parks District.
Image from www.ci.circleville.oh, a public domain website.
CIRCLEVILLE - Through a public information request, it was discovered that the purchase contract for the Barthelmas Park expansion may not be a valid real estate purchase contract. There is not a specific date on the signatures and the closing date is in the past.
Yesterday, we made a post about some discrepencies in how the funding for the Barthelmas Park expansion was being communicated and how the funding was actually going to work.
Last month, the City announced that it would be purchasing 20 acres to expand Barthelmas Park. In the meantime, the City has also announced that it would be laying off part time fire fighters, not filling a full time fire fighter position to be vacated in June, and unfunding 2 unfilled positions in the police department.
Clean Screen Productions, a locally owned production company in Ohio, is producing the award winning screenplay “The Wager,” in Pickaway County.
What’s the film about? The Wager encompasses the brevity of the life of a man named Bruce, with just about as much hardship that could possibly be encumbered on any one person.
LAURELVILLE - Several sources are reporting that a 17 year old male driving a 2003 BMW sedan collided with a buggy last night around 9:45 PM, just east of Laurelville in Hocking County. The rear buggy then struck a carriage in front of it, causing both to go off the right side of the road.
CIRCLEVILLE - On Sunday, March 10th, Lucas Thompson announced his intent to run for State Representative of the 92nd House District in the 2020 election, which covers Fayette County, eastern Pickaway County, and most of Ross County. Gary Scherer currently holds this position, but he’ll be unable to run again in 2020 due to term limits.