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  1. Pipe bomb case going to Guernsey County Common Pleas CourtRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 21 | Daily-Jeff.com

    The cases against three men accused of detonating pipe bombs at multiple locations in the county earlier this month have been bound over the to Guernsey County Common Pleas Court. Derek Vermillion, 21, Cambridge; Jonathan Secrest, 22, Cambridge; and Donald Marlatt, 37, Byesville, each face one count of unlawful possession of a dangerous ordnance, fifth-degree felonies.

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  2. Mary Marie FarnsworthRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 21 | Marietta Times

    ... two grandchildren, William Corey Farnsworth and Cole Farnsworth all of Marietta; brother-in-law Hal Chamberlain of Cambridge, Ohio; four nieces, Rebecca Garrison of Charlotte, N.C., Christina Coey of Alabama, Allison Shaw of Columbus and Cecilia ...

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  3. Official warns of subject(s) fraudulently claiming to represent City of Cambridge administrationRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 21 | Daily-Jeff.com

    According to City Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Officer Kim Conrath, a subject or subjects claiming to be employed by the City of Cambridge have been knocking on the doors of primarily elderly city residents recently, claiming their yards require mowing to remain compliant with city law. Conrath said the city does contract with individuals to mow some properties in the city.

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  4. Five for Thursday: Five stories to look for in the April 21 issue of The Daily JeffersonianRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 21 | Daily-Jeff.com

    A Cambridge man was arrested by city police Wednesday night following a brief, high-speed pursuit that began on the city's West End and ended on Bloomfield Road. Andrew C. Maust, 25, was arrested on an unrelated warrant for failure to appear in court following the pursuit.

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  5. Cambridge technicians help get mowers ready for summerRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Daily-Jeff.com

    Machines that have sat unused in sheds and garages are being called back into action, bringing an end to their slumber of several months. And that is the root cause of many of the problems folks encounter as they roll out the mowers for the inaugural grass cutting of the season, according to John Pattison, service technician at Orme's Hardware in Cambridge with a quarter decade experience in small engine maintenance.

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  6. Expansion project at Cambridge site would bolster school district's coffersRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Daily-Jeff.com

    The Cambridge City School District's Board of Education learned Tuesday an expansion at a city commercial site would add tax dollars to the district coffers. Lauren International Chief Financial Officer David Gingrich told the school board the $17 million new construction and equipment upgrade project at both LMI Custom Mixing and Quanex, both housed in the East Cambridge facility known by some as the Edgetech building, would provide an additional $24,580 in tax revenues to the district.

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  7. Cambridge administrators seek grant funds to hire school resource officer, create drug task forceRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Daily-Jeff.com

    Should Cambridge administrators be successful in their bid for grant funds, the result would be the hiring of a school resource officer and creation of a drug task force. Meeting Monday, the Finance Committee of Cambridge City Council approved a request from Safety Director Rocky Hill for permission to apply for a Community Oriented Policing Services grant.

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  8. Guernsey County men to face arraignments for alleged theftRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Daily-Jeff.com

    Arraignment hearings for two Guernsey County men accused of stealing more than $500 worth of groceries from a South 23rd Street store have been scheduled for April 21 in the Cambridge Municipal Court. Matthew W. Thompson, 49, Cambridge, faces one count of robbery, a second-degree felony, and Shane R. Johnson, 44, Byesville, faces one count of complicity to commit robbery, a second-degree felony, stemming from the incident on April 16 at the Riesbeck's Food Market.

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  9. Cambridge man in hit-skip pleads guilty to six chargesRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Daily-Jeff.com

    A man accused of fleeing the scene of an accident on Southgate Parkway Sunday evening plead guilty to six traffic offenses during a hearing Monday in the Cambridge Municipal Court. Clinton Thompson, 21, Cambridge, was convicted of failure to stop after an accident, a first-degree misdemeanor; driving while under failure to reinstate and FRA/non-compliance suspensions, reckless operation, illegal passing and failure to maintain assured clear distance for his actions leading up and after the crash at 5:52 p.m. Sunday.

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  10. Cambridge legislators revisit use of golf carts on roadways within the cityRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Daily-Jeff.com

    The Legislative Committee first considered the request to regulate the use of "under speed vehicles" -- defined as having a top speed as designed by the constructor no greater than 20 miles per hour, and including golf carts -- last summer. Guernsey County resident Matt Koenig brought the issue before the committee then.

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  11. Five for Wednesday: Five stories to look for in the April 20 issue of The Daily JeffersonianRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Daily-Jeff.com

    Meeting Tuesday, the five-member Board of Education unanimously approved Daniel A. Coffman to succeed Dennis C. Dettra as superintendent of the Cambridge City School District. Coffman is currently serving as director of the Buffalo campus of the Mid-East Career and Technology Centers, a position he has occupied since 2008.

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  12. Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the April 19 issue of The Daily JeffersonianRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Daily-Jeff.com

    ... The fire was reported at 8:36 a.m. by a neighbor. 2) Board poised to vote on new superintendent contract The Cambridge City School District's Board of Education is scheduled to vote tonight for a successor to Superintendent Dennis C. Dettra. The ...

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  13. Part 1: Guernsey County woman faces the steps to addictionRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Daily-Jeff.com

    ... able to control the drinking through her high school years, she said. After graduation, however, she moved from Cambridge and that's when things changed. "I moved to Akron because that was where everything was happening," she said. "That's when it ...

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  14. Maple Heights residents 'Rock On' for HospiceRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Daily-Jeff.com

    ... forts. Ford received a $50 gift card to Walmart. Maple Heights Apartment Community is located at 1100 Maple Court, Cambridge. For information, call Lori Marlin, 740-439-0731.

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  15. 5 for Sunday: Five stories to look for in the Sunday, April 10 issue of The Daily JeffersonianRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 9 | Daily-Jeff.com

    1) Cambridge police arrest 17 with drug and alcohol charges While investigating a possible loud party early Saturday at a city residence, Cambridge police reportedly found marijuana and alcohol in a room occupied by several individuals. 2) Prison ...

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  16. Red Cross seeking blood donations this springRead the original story

    Friday Apr 8 | Daily-Jeff.com

    ... Road, Byesville, 12 to 6 p.m. April 26 -- Guernsey County Department of Job & Family Services, 324 Highland Ave., Cambridge, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 25 -- Shenandoah High School, 49346 Route 147, Sarahsville, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. A blood donor card or ...

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  17. Patrol drug case heads to felony court in Guernsey CountyRead the original story

    Friday Apr 8 | Daily-Jeff.com

    The case against a 23-year-old Akron man facing drug-related charges stemming from an Ohio State Highway Patrol traffic stop on Interstate 77 last month has been bound over to the Guernsey County Common Pleas Court following a preliminary hearing Thursday in Cambridge Municipal Court. Ronald D. Roper is facing one count each of possession of heroin, a second-degree felony, and possession of cocaine, a fourth-degree felony.

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  18. Head-on crash in Cambridge injures Byesville manRead the original story

    Friday Apr 8 | Daily-Jeff.com

    A head-on collision on Morton Avenue in Cambridge late Thursday afternoon sent a Byesville man with incapacitating injuries to the hospital. Larry A. Hayes, 67, was transported to Southeastern Med by United Ambulance following the accident at approximately 5:24 p.m. Hayes was reportedly treated in the emergency department at the hospital and later released.

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  19. Oakland Boulevard project progresses in CambridgeRead the original story

    Friday Apr 8 | Daily-Jeff.com

    As part of the Oakland Boulevard project Phase I, the contractor will begin removal of the asphalt and concrete surface from the roadway Monday, April 11. As a result, residents will no longer be able to park in front of their properties. They will need to park at alternate locations.

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  20. 'Praise N Worship' Community Prayer Walk is SaturdayRead the original story

    Friday Apr 8 | Daily-Jeff.com

    Residents of Guernsey co. and surrounding areas are invited to participate in a "Praise N Worship Community Prayer Walk" on Saturday, April 9 at St. Paul CME Church , 410 Wall Ave., Cambridge. This is a concerted effort of current and past residents, local and visiting churches, agency officials and business supporters to let our community know we are all in this together.

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