Case IH dealer Evolution Ag announced the opening of its new dealership in Plain City, Ohio, reports the Ohio Country Journal . Three years of planning and 1 year of construction went into the new location.


This is the invitation the churches of Plain City are extending to their congregations and the larger community on Sunday, Aug. 2. The 15 churches of the Plain City Church Fellowship have come together to sponsor the seventh annual "BE the Church Sunday." Participating churches are canceling their usual Sunday morning activities and worship services to focus on serving their community.


Manuel Bartolo Prado, 68, of Plain City, is charged with one count of rape, a first-degree felony, and two counts of gross sexual imposition, third-degree felonies. The alleged offenses took place between Sept.


Cornelius "Corny" Friesen, a former Massey-Harris Ferguson tractor dealer, has been a longtime fan of Massey-Harris Ferguson tractors. It is the featured make at the 66th annual Steam Threshers Association.


SELECT SIRES ADDS DAIRY PROGENY SPECIALIST Jul. 14, 2015 Source: Select Sires news release Select Sires welcomes Marc Bolen as the dairy progeny specialist. In this position, Bolen will travel the country evaluating young sire progeny, organizing daughter and bull photography and conducting tours for international and domestic visitors.


Cierra Russell, 10, of Plain City, competed in the National American Miss pageant held in Columbus on Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June 27. She placed in the top 25 finalists out of 110 girls in the Junior Pre-Teen category.


As an official representative of KIOTI, Evolution Ag, LLC will be part of an increasingly expansive network of dealerships and will be certified to help customers select from KIOTI's line of compact tractors and accessories. "Evolution Ag has a great reputation in the local tractor market and now can offer its customers the level of durability and design associated with KIOTI Tractor products," said Peter Dong Kyun Kim, president and CEO of Daedong-USA, Inc., KIOTI Tractor Division.


Council member and business owner, Kerri Ferguson, far left, and Plain City resident and Planning and Zoning Committee volunteer, Shannon Pine, far right, sign the petition to move the Local Liquor Option to the November ballot. Julie Weaver, middle left, and Mary Brown, middle right, show their support.


The annual Breakfast on the Farm continues to grow as the fourth annual edition, held on the Kramer Farmstead, Plain City, served an estimated 1,700 people. Co-hosted by the Madison County and Franklin county chapters of the Ohio Farm Bureau, members not only fed made-t0-order omelets to the visitors under a tent in a pasture, but also provided their eyes and minds with farm-based demonstrations to give "city folk" a chance to see what life on the farm is all about: how food gets to their tables.


The Union County Multi Agency Drug Enforcement Task Force has announced the deployment of an opiate overdose drug known as Naloxone. As of June 30th, the process of training and equipping eighty law enforcement officers in Union County with this overdose drug was completed.


The festival will be open from 5 to 11 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and from 1 to 11 p.m. Saturday in downtown West Jefferson. The parade in West Jefferson will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday.


Shellie Estep Huff, 43, of Plain City, has a rare cancer called Epitheloid Hemangioendothelioma. Shellie and her husband Mike have three children: Lauren, Ryan, Kenna and just recently met their first grandchild, Camden.


Mark Twain, portrayed by Stephen Hollen, captures the Plain City Historical Society with his tales of life and adventure at the society's annual dinner and meeting held Tuesday evening, June 23 at Der Dutchman in Plain City. Karen Vance, right, was elected president of the Plain City Historical Society, and Rosemary Anderson, was elected vice president for a term of two years.


Megan Shilling, an educator at Jonathan Alder Junior High School in Plain City, has been selected from a pool of more than 300 applicants to participate in the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute for the week of July 6-10.