The Mount Sterling Community Thanksgiving service will be held at the United Methodist Church, 110 S. London St., Mount Sterling, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Several area ministers will participate in the service. Rev. Dan Shipley of the United Church will be bringing the message.

Council member and finance committee chair Lowell Anderson read a RITA report stating the village's income tax receipts are $537,000 to date in 2014. The figure is running ahead of the same time period of last year: $436,770.

Like thousands of other young men in the 1940s, Rupert Starr joined the Army, fought overseas and saw his share of hardship, including several weeks as a German prisoner of war.

Retired Army sergeant Ed Medors, who served in Vietnam, holds a photo illustration, which includes a photo taken in the central highlands. The two men to the left, 1st Lt.

With the library levy falling short of passing by 50 votes, what does the future hold for the Mt. Sterling Public Library? "I don't know," said Chris Sisco, as he sat behind the desk of the library's bookmobile, parked in the lot adjacent to the Range Township Fire Department Wednesday afternoon.

A Mount Sterling man led police on a five-county chase before being apprehended in Clinton County over the weekend, according to authorities. Ralph A. Stevens II, 39, was arrested by the Pickaway County Sheriff's Office on charges of felony failure to comply with order or signal of a peace officer, and assault.

A Mount Sterling man wanted by authorities for a domestic assault, has been arrested following a five county chase with law enforcement officers. 39-year-old Ralph A. Stevens was apprehended in Clinton County after his vehicle had hit two different sets of "stop sticks" that flattened his tires.

A victim returned to his residence near Smith Calhoun Road in Plain City to find his wooden gun cabinet open, and his Mossburg Model 500 shotgun missing. The alleged theft took place between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. Oct. 10. The shotgun is estimated to have a $1,000 replacement value, the report said.