Still Projects still popular with 4-H’ers
Chainsaw artist David Crego displays creativity at fair
Music’s aplenty at the fair
Delaware fair ‘always exciting’ for seasoned vendor
Top dogs strut at the fair
- Scioto River Run officials cancel Liberty Twp. event - 4:49 pm
- Powell, developer settle lawsuit for $1.8M - 3:26 pm
- Delaware County Property Transfers - 12:00 pm
- Free car seat checks Saturday at Delaware AAA - 11:00 am
- Marriages are made at Stratford - 9:00 am
- POLICE BLOTTER - 9:00 am
- Rain, rain go away - 7:00 am
- Still Projects still popular with 4-H’ers - 6:00 am
- Chainsaw artist David Crego displays creativity at fair - 6:00 am
- Powell settles lawsuit with developer for $1.8M - 10:52 pm updated: 10:56 pm.
- DCS serves its way to 3-set win - 10:25 pm
- Liberty handles rival Olentangy 3-1 - 9:55 pm
- Ohio News Notebook - 9:00 pm
- Best places to live: Powell, Delaware make the list - 9:00 pm
- Pinecraft Nellie wins $37,600 Standardbred trot - 6:38 pm
- Liberty Twp. trustees delay race approval - 2:31 pm
- Delaware County Property Transfers - 12:00 pm
- Five inducted into Delaware City Schools Alumni Hall of Fame - 10:16 am
- Hispanic film festival opens Thursday at OWU - 9:00 am
- Ostrander branch library plans Scioto Heritage Fest - 9:00 am
- Delaware County Notebook - 8:40 am
- POLICE BLOTTER - 8:00 am
- Delaware County Fair 2017 - 7:00 am
- Music’s aplenty at the fair - 6:01 am
- Delaware fair ‘always exciting’ for seasoned vendor - 6:01 am
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Ohio News Notebook
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Cookie sales benefit Autism Speaks
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