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The Salem High School Class of 1968 plans to meet for dinner at 6 p.m. Sept. 18 at Ricky's English Pub.
By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Dow Chemical Co., which is closing its Findlay plant in December, is meeting with its 70 employees about their futures, the company said Friday.
Sherry Groom has a thing for beady eyes and impish grins. Thousands of thousands of them, in fact.
More entries have been received by The Review in the "Take Your Hometown Newspaper on Vacation" contest. You can enter by snapping a picture at your destination of choice with a copy of The Alliance Review.
Football has always been a part of Randy Hunt's life. He was a standout player at Alliance High School and then-Mount Union College, and for many years has served as general counsel to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's board of trustees.
Deb Hatherill purchases fresh green beans from Russell Taub of Grassy Treeland Farm during the Farmer's Market in downtown Alliance last month.
Alliance Mayor Alan Andreani announced to city department heads Friday afternoon that W. John Gross would be stepping down from his duties as city safety-service director effective at month's end. Gross will precede over this week's Planning Commission meeting and some of his other obligations.
The 117th annual Andrew and Mary Zentz Whiteleather family reunion was held Aug. 17 at the West Community Center in East Rochester.
Kathryn Dobbins and Kelvin Masters Jr. were united in marriage during an Aug. 23 ceremony in Alliance by the Rev. Jerry Hart.
Another entry has been received by The Review in the "Take Your Hometown Newspaper on Vacation" contest. Pictured above are Jan, Jerry, Rich, Gerri, Cindy and Gene Valentine visiting "The Pickers" in LeClaire, Iowa.
Zachary Baker, 24, James Creek, Pa., was northbound on Depot Road in Center Township at 10:10 p.m. Friday and went off the side of the road into a ditch, a utility pole and a fence and then overturned. He was cited for failure to control and taken to the Salem hospital with minor injuries.
For the first Ladies Night Out of the season, members and guests of the Alliance Woman's Club were treated to a glimpse inside the White House and its traditions by speaker Janet Weir Creighton.
Rudolph said on a couple of occasions about $35 has been missing each time from an accountant's desk. Then on another occasion someone cut the padlock off the cash drawer inside a locked office and took two cash bags with about $100 in each bag.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 01:47 am
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