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Top-seeded Patriots win 3-0

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By Michael Richmrichdelgazette@gmail.comFor most teams, a 1-0 lead is white-knuckling tension.For the Olentangy Liberty Patriots, who have allowed just three goals all season, a 1-0 lead is virtually insurmountable.For most of the second half it looked like senior defender Katie Best’s goal with 36:17 left was going to have to be enough, but junior midfielder Lexy Fisher and freshman defender Olivia Sensky scored late second-half goals to give them some breathing room, and the Patriots advanced with a 3-0 Division I district semifinal victory over the visiting New Albany Eagles on Tuesday night.

 

Right to privacy? Hardly

As if enduring the routine cat calls and doing whatever we must to “protect ourselves” against the possibility of being sexually assaulted isn’t enough, now women must also take care that no one surreptitiously takes a photo of our nether regions. It would seem that if there is any such thing as a right to privacy it would cover our private areas, in particular in cases in which we have elected to cover them with shirts, skirts or dresses.Yet, according to several...

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‘Next generation of citizen leaders’

To the editor:The future of Delaware County is very bright thanks to the hard work and diligent efforts of Jacob Fathbruckner.At age 33, Fathbruckner is leading the next generation of citizen leaders of our community through his exemplary campaign for Delaware County commissioner.I hope my fellow citizens will consider three of this young man’s many outstanding qualities.First, he is a truth-teller. He tells you when he agrees and why. He tell...

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County eyes plan to generate $272M

By Dustin Ensingerdensinger@civitasmedia.comDelaware County officials are considering a drastic change in the way in which they pay for sanitary sewer system improvements.With the county facing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of capital improvement projects in the coming years and lacking the funding necessary to pay for those improvements, Tiffany Jenkins, the county’s director of environmental services, has recommended that a single-capacity fee ...

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Consignment sale starts Thursday

By Gary Budzakgbudzak@civitasmedia.comThe fall edition of Delaware’s “Three Bags Full” children’s consignment sale starts this Thursday and runs through Saturday.“It’s a moms-helping-moms sale,” said Joyce Black, an assistant for the Delaware sale. “I can sell some items and make some money. I can go to the sale and buy from other moms and save some money.”Families can sell their new and gently u...

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Body recovered from missing man’s car

Staff ReportA body has been recovered from the 2004 Honda Civic that belonged to missing Anthony “Tony” Luzio and was pulled from a pond Tuesday afternoon, according to the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office.Luzio has been missing since July 2005.Although confirmation of the identity has yet to be made, Luzio’s driver’s license was found in the car, and the clothing description matches what he was wearing the last night he was seen ...

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BW falls in final seconds

By Eric ClineSports WriterTeams can take losing a lopsided tournament game because it gives them time to prepare for the end. The Big Walnut Golden Eagles had exactly seven and a half seconds.In a physical game in which every goal was scored in the final 10 minutes, the Big Walnut Golden Eagles tied the score at one with 4:20 left in the match, but the visiting Watterson Eagles won the game on a header with 7.5 seconds left for a 2-1 victory in a Division II C...

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Missing man’s car found in pond

By Gary Budzakgbudzak@civitasmedia.comThe vehicle of a man who has been missing since 2005 was pulled out of a retention pond Tuesday afternoon.The 2004 silver Honda Civic matches that of Anthony “Tony” Luzio Jr., who was last seen after a July 4 party around Rutherford Road. Luzio was 25 years old at the time.The car was found submerged in mud and 7 feet of water at a pond at the corner of East Orange and Old State roads in Lewis Center...

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‘Special Needs Registry’ could be a life-saver

First responders understand that in an emergency situation most average adults find themselves stretched to their limits before the situation is under control or has been resolved.First responders are trained to deal with stressed adults and children. They do it almost every day.However, there are few situations more terrifying to a first responder than entering an emergency situation that may call for rarely used knowledge and skills, especially when the patient is a ch...

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Author Rachel Held Evans coming to OWU

Staff ReportAward-winning author and popular blogger Rachel Held Evans will speak at Ohio Wesleyan University at 7 p.m. Nov. 7 in the Benes Rooms of Hamilton-Williams Campus Center, 40 Rowland Ave.Evans is from Dayton, Tenn., home of the Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925. Her first book, “Faith Unraveled: How a Girl Who Knew All the Answers Learned to Ask Questions,” explores the relationship between faith and doubt, and recounts the challenges of asking tough ques...

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Births

Madison Chapin and Kaleb Walker of Delaware; a girl, Saverrah Walker; born Oct. 16 at Grady Memorial Hospital.Rachel Moats and Christian Strine-Shirkey of Delaware; a boy, Ezra Strine; born Oct. 18 at Grady Memorial Hospital.

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BV plan is ‘most affordable option’

To the editor:As a Buckeye Valley graduate, parent and taxpayer, my husband and I are grateful to raise our children in this district. As a young family, we chose to build in Buckeye Valley after relocating from out of state.As a K-12 BV student, I received an excellent education and feel compelled to encourage a “yes” vote for the renovation, modernization, improved safety measures and increased HVAC efficiency in our elementary buildings.As our s...

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‘We can’t afford to re-open North school’

To the editor:Some Buckeye Valley district residents and school board members are saying that we have to do something to address the issues with the elementary school buildings. In reality, the proposed reopening of the North Elementary School, followed by the renovation of the two existing elementary schools, is fiscally irresponsible and potentially quite harmful to the future of the Buckeye Valley budget and our taxes. This is why I have to vote “no” for the upcoming...

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Sisters win high praise

When I first contacted local high school principals about our “Teen of the Week” feature recently, one principal was disappointed to learn that only senior students are eligible to be considered.Tom McDonnell, principal of Olentangy High School, wanted to nominate two inspiring sisters for the honor – Dellie and Quincey Logan — but they’re sophomores. And they’re both confined to wheelchairs.But that’s not the reason McDonnell th...

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Protecting our air, health

In the United States, dirty power plants are responsible for 40 percent of the carbon pollution causing climate change, yet there are currently no federal limits on this pollution that threatens public health. There are federal limits on dangerous pollutants, like mercury, soot, and arsenic, but no federal safeguards against carbon pollution.Ohioans are uniquely aware of these facts, as we disproportionately suffer the effect of air pollution from fossil-fueled power plants. In 201...

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Elections board praised for Powell actions

The Delaware County Board of Elections was lauded by county commissioners Monday for the way in which officials have handled a controversial ballot measure that the Ohio Supreme Court ordered on the ballot just days before early voting began.The ballot measure – which, if approved, would provide city of Powell residents with a greater voice in crafting a comprehensive plan, proponents say – was first deemed unconstitutional by the court before the justices reversed thei...

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Former Showa executive faces price-fixing charges

By Dustin Ensingerdensinger@civitasmedia.comA former top executive of a Japanese-based company with American headquarters in the village of Sunbury faces charges for his role in an alleged price-fixing scheme.Akira Wada, a former director and operating officer at Showa Corp., was indicted last week by a federal grand jury in the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Ohio on a charge of market allocation and price fixing.The charges carries...

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‘Hellbender’ makes a comeback

By Gary Budzakgbudzak@civitasmedia.comThe Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, along with The Wilds, recently released amphibians called “eastern hellbenders” into Ohio streams.“The whole idea is to get them back out into their historic range and reproducing,” said John Navarro, Ohio Department of Natural Resources division of wildlife program administrator. “That’s what we would consider success, 6-to-10 self-sustaining populations o...

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