Thursday, April 11

BOND SET FOR NEWARK WOMAN ACCUSED OF HAVING DRUGS

Bond has been set at $100,000 for a 28-year-old Newark woman accused of having drugs. Caitlyn Luckeydoo is being held at the Licking County Justice Center on a single charge of possession of cocaine but other charges could be forthcoming. In 2020, Luckeydoo was sentenced to three years community control after pleading guilty to unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. Her case will next be heard by a grand jury for possible indictment.

STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS

Yesterday Governor DeWine delivered his 2024 State of the State Address where he highlighted some of the work his administration and the general assembly have accomplished, as well as outlined new initiatives intended to help Ohio's children thrive.

 

THE 5TH SUPER LOAD IS COMING TO HEBRON

The 5th Super Load will leave from a dock site in Adams County this morning bound for Chillicothe this afternoon. It is identical to the third super load, a 549,000 pound kiln for a plastics recycling facility. ODOT Press Secretary Matt Bruning…

After an overnight stay north of Chillicothe, the convoy will head to Rickenbacker on Friday. Due to the Ohio State spring game, there will be no move on Saturday through Columbus. Instead, the load will move from Rickenbacker to Hebron on Sunday. The sixth and seventh Super Loads will move next week.

 

THE WELSH HILLS SCHOOL DRAGON'S LAIR FAIR IS THIS SATURDAY

This Saturday The Welsh Hills School In Granville will be holding a Dragon's Lair Fair. Interim Head Of School Shelly Drum...

Drum says it's the first time they have done a family friendly event which will include a silent auction and petting zoo. The Dragon's Lair Fair will be held from 11am- 3pm Saturday at Welsh Hills School. Tickets are free and available at the event's registration tent and on their website welshhills.org.

SPECIAL YOUTH FISHING DAY AT INFIRMARY MOUND PARK

Join The Licking Park District and The Granville Fishing Club for a special youth fishing day event at Infirmary Mound Park this Saturday from 10am- 1pm for youth under 18 years old. This event follows an ODNR rainbow trout release earlier in the day. Only rainbow trout may be harvested from mirror lake. All other species are catch & release. For more details contact the Licking Park District.