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They were married on July 12, 1964, in Delaware, by the Rev. Crawford at his home in Delaware.
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9 hrs ago | The Marion Star
Even in the heat of summer, Karen Herr has snowflakes on her mind. "One of the things I got was 'I don't like the white,'" she said of the downtown Christmas decorations that light up Marion every winter.
13 hrs ago | The Marion Star
One construction worker, who asked to remain anonymous, said there have been several times he would have liked to have thrown tacks in front of vehicles as they zoomed by where he was working along the road.
19 hrs ago | The Marion Star
An addict craves drugs the way most people crave food, water and sex. That's because the parts of the brain that remind you to eat, drink and repopulate the species are the same portions that drugs attack.
A man awaits sentencing following a December car crash that killed two. Robert A. Persinger Jr., 31, of Marion, pleaded no contest to two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide and one count of aggravated vehicular assault Friday afternoon, according to Marion County Prosecutor Brent Yager.
Aqua Ohio Inc.'s request for an 11.75 percent water rate increase company wide -- which would be a 7.3 percent increase for Marion-area customers -- is too much, Marion City Law Director Mark Russell said during a public hearing Wednesday evening.
<![CDATA[A copy of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2013 and the related supporting documents are available for public inspection at the office of Joan M. Kasotis, auditor of Marion County, 222 W. Center St., Suite 1031, Marion, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Police and firefighters are investigating an alleged arson of a stolen vehicle. Police have arrested Tyler Rawlins, 18, of Marion, on felony charges of arson, burglary, theft of a motor vehicle, breaking and entering and tampering with evidence for his involvement with a vehicle fire Wednesday morning.
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I'm still working on getting rid of that extra weight from this winter and returning to our theme of Let's Get Active is much needed.
A Franklin County jury found attorney Javier Armengau guilty Monday on nine of 18 charges, including one count of rape, four counts of sexual battery and two counts of gross sexual imposition.
Better late than never - one of history's weakest American presidents is finally getting the opportunity to stir up a steamy legacy for himself, nearly a century after his death.
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 09:13 pm
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