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Garbage rates go up with June billing

The Lenox City Council approved an increase in garbage rates, pool managers, and a lease for a tractor for the golf course at their May 22 meeting. Due to an increase in landfill rates, Tom Christensen has asked for an increase in garbage rates as well as an increase in cost of living. Landfill fees…

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Baseball And Softball Swing into 2023

The Lenox Softball team is off and swinging in 2023 as they started their regular season games this past week. The Tigers went one and two overall, taking down Bedford and falling to Atlantic and East Union. Monday against Atlantic the Tigers fell 1-12 to the Trojans. Senior Cadence Douglas and freshman Delaney Funk combined…

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Lenox School staff recognized for retirements, years of service

Lenox School staff gathered in the gym on Thursday, May 25 to recognize staff for years of service, retirements, and those leaving the district to pursue other opportunities. Staff members who are leaving the Lenox School District are Dave Lyden, Jennifer Gay, Cynda Notz, Barb Gerber, and Sara Dukes. Those who are retiring are Doug…

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New homestead tax exemptions available for claimants 65 and older

On May 4, 2023, Governor Reynolds signed┬áHouse File 718, establishing a homestead tax exemption for claimants 65 years of age or older. In addition to the homestead tax credit, eligible claimants who own the home they live in and are 65 years of age or older on or before January 1 of the assessment year…

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Clearfield City Council approves to spend ARPA funds; adds dumpster fee

Clearfield City Council held a short meeting on May 17 and approved an amendment to the budget, ordinances for dumpster fees and ARPA funds. The council approved a budget amendment to include the purchase of a commercial mower, expending SLFRP funds and donations grant funds for park improvements, along with unexpected sewer repairs. Two ordinances…

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Wind turbine meeting generates pros and cons

A public meeting to discuss wind turbines drew a large crowd on April 25 at the Lenox Community Center. The meeting was hosted by the Taylor County Supervisors. Local residents, as well as residents from Adams, Union, Adair, and Fremont Counties, spoke for and against the turbines. People were given two minutes to voice their…

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