The Center City Council met Dec. 15 to review and vote on approval of liquor license applications. Each on-sale, off-sale, and beer-and-wine application was considered separately, with payment of fees required at the time of application.
Ongoing confusion as to parking and direction of travel, as well as blocking of the alley north of the Post Office, led U.S. Postal Service Employee Larry Erhardt and former Center Post Office Officer in Charge Sally Jons to appear before the city council at its December regular meeting.
In a combination between cooking challenge TV show Top Chef and the real-world challenges of creating menu items that appeal to consumers’ taste buds, sophomore level agriculture education students spent Tuesday’s class period preparing for the upcoming judges’ scrutiny of their creations.
Council opposes new EPA rule
Coal mining and coal-fired power generation are big contributors to quality of life in Oliver County, in terms of both employment and the economy.