Bellefontaine


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Bellefontaine

(bĕlfoun`tĭn, –fŏn`tĭn), city (1990 pop. 12,142), seat of Logan co., W central Ohio; settled 1818, inc. 1835. It is a trade and rail center for a farm area. Manufactures include electrical equipment, small motors, and tools. East of the city is Campbell Hill, the highest point in Ohio (1,550 ft/472 km).
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Sally Sullivan of Bellefontaine Neighbors, Missouri, is back at the camp this year as dean of girls ...
United Sporting Companies (USC) has announced a plan to consolidate its Pittston, Pa, distribution facility into its existing Chapin, S.C and Bellefontaine, Ohio facilities.
Headquartered in Ada, Ohio, the bank provides a full range of banking and financial services through six branch locations in the communities of Ada, Bellefontaine, Kenton, Marysville, and Westerville, Ohio.
Court documents obtained by the news station read that the 16-year-old tattoo artist - identified by the Bellefontaine Examiner as Kyle Richardson of Lakeview - often gives tattoos at his home.
Detectives are investigating the apparent murder-suicide in Bellefontaine Neighbors after they received the 911 call.
America's oldest concrete, created experimentally in 1891 to build Court Avenue in Bellefontaine, Ohio, was controversial at the time.
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After Niall's death, authorities in Bellefontaine - a small town about 180 miles from Cleveland - had removed Gavin and his three-yearold sister from the home.
Pilkington, of Bellefontaine, Ohio, has been charged with the murders of Noah this week, Gavin, 4, in April and Niall, aged three months, in July 2014.
"This month's System Report on AcuSport's Bellefontaine, Ohio, facility is a perfect example of where we're seeing goods-to-person automation filtering down to the mid-market and supporting that Top 20 growth," says executive editor BobTrebilcock.
Poems that unravel the complexity of place are particularly striking, most notably "Bricks," "Stopping for Lunch Near Goshen, Indiana," and the award-winning "Bellefontaine Cemetery." From the way "September rain in streetlight / silvers the cypress needles" to the Amish couple eating enchiritos in the Taco Bell parking lot, there is much to see in Newman's poems, and much to evoke the ache with which the poet crafts many of his lines.
Geiser, 88, of Auburn, died Thursday September 18, 2014 in Golden Living Center after a period of declining health.She leaves a great niece Michele Tatro of Worcester, and her children; Amie, Justin, Nathan, and great niece Rachel Hilton, of Medford, and nieces Eileen, Tamara, and Wenona, and nephews; King Tim and Jerry, and her beloved friend and caretaker Jessica Torres, and many cousins.She was born in Bellefontaine, Ohio.