Local Briefs: Roads to be closed for improvement project

Roads to be closed for project

Work on an Antioch Road improvement project will begin Monday, July 22, weather permitting, according to the Clinton County Engineer’s Office.

The closure is between Tilton Road in Green Township, Clinton County and State Route 28 (in Fairfield Township, Highland County).

As part of this project, Scissorville Road (Careytown Road) and Moore Road will also be closed at their intersections with Antioch Road.

The last address accessible from the northwest (Tilton Road) will be 8713 Antioch Road, and the last address accessible from the southeast (SR 28) is 12841 Antioch Road.

Emergency access and ingress/egress will be provided at all times to addresses within the closure.

The project is scheduled for completion in 90 days.

Relay sets wrap-up meeting

Clinton County’s Relay for Life Council members are requested to arrive at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 23 and all teams involved with Clinton County’s 2019 Relay for Life event meet at 6 p.m. at Fiesta Veracruz, 37 W. Locust St., Wilmington for a final wrap-up meeting.

Teams will receive recognition for Best Booth, Best Spirit Stick, Best Banner, and the team that won the most Spirit Points.

Discussions will be held on best practices and changes for next year’s event. Each team will be responsible for their own purchases.

Three earn ONU honors

Three local students earned spring semester dean’s list honors at Ohio Northern University with a GPA of 3.5 or higher. They are: Seth Gundlach and Megan Halloran of Wilmington and Angela Miller of Clarksville.

Opsahl on GC dean’s list

Marris Opsahl of Clarksville was named to the spring semester dean’s list at Goshen College for a GPA of at least 3.75.