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Saturday, August 23rd, 2014
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Bill Cassler

Bill Cassler

The "old man" in the newsroom... a part of the department for around 10 years.  Covers sports as well, doing play-by-play of Cambridge Bobcat games on TV-2, and on radio.  Lives in Cambridge with his wife Sharon and Dachshund "Star".  Enjoys sports, a fan of Ohio State Football & Basketball, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Pittsburgh Pirates & Cleveland Indians, High School basketball and football, and the NHL.  Spends time with family and friends in church.

Mayor Tom Orr reminded residents of upcoming Spring Clean-Up this weekend

Court records: Adam Burris will stand trial in early February 2015

Sheriff's Deputies executed undercover operation on Monday

Long-awaited noise ordinance discussed, tabled for two weeks

 

Suspects allegedly hid prescription pills in body cavity

 

Saturday, 01 February 2014 11:04

Schools & Counties get less from Ohio Casinos

   COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio counties and schools and getting a little less cash from casino taxes this time around.
   The Ohio Department of Taxation will be distributing $68.6 million, the local cut of the taxes collected from casinos from October through December. That's 2.2 percent less than the last disbursement in October.  The Akron Beacon Journal  reports that counties will get the biggest chunk of the money - about $35 million. Schools will get about $23 million. The remainder goes to state's eight largest cities, the Casino Control Commission, Ohio State Racing Commission, training for law enforcement and efforts to address problem gambling.  Casino revenue was $821 million last year - about $65 million less than the state had anticipated.

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