The public often believes that landfills and dumps are the same. This is not the case. A dump can be described as an open hole where trash is buried irresponsibly with virtually no monitoring or cover, while a landfill is a carefully constructed and monitored structure which acts as a final disposal option for waste. Landfills…

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Steven “TROY” Hall, son of Jeff and Janice Hall was selected by the Logan County Educational Foundation to be the 2012 recipient of the $500 Keep Logan County Beautiful Committee Scholarship.  Troy is graduating from Benjamin Logan High School and plans to attend West Virginia University in the fall to study petroleum and natural gas…

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Bradley Moffett of Riverside High School was awarded the 2010 KLCB Scholarship at a presentation May 11.   Bradley was accompanied by his parents, Rick and Betsy Moffett of DeGraff, as he received the $500 scholarship award.  He will attend Defiance College in the fall with a planned major in Restoration Ecology.    To complement his…

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Each May the Keep Logan County Beautiful (KLCB) Committee hosts an award evening celebration to honor and reward two Logan County students headed for college.  In 2009 the $500 KLCB scholarship was awarded to James Patrick, son of Robert and Bonna Patrick.  James attended Bellefontaine High School and his academic record, his interest in the environment…

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