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Voter registration deadline for August primary nears

COLUMBUS — The deadline for Ohioans to register to vote for the Aug. 2 primary is July 5, and early voting begins July 6.

Ohio voters will find the following races on their Aug. 2 primary ballot:

  • Ohio House of Representatives
  • Ohio Senate
  • Democratic State Central Committee
  • Republican State Central Committee
  • Local issues and measures impacting their communities

All necessary voting information is available online at the Ohio Secretary of State’s voter toolkit, VoteOhio.gov. Once there, Ohio voters can download the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA), check their voter registration status, find their voting location, view their sample ballot, and track the status of their absentee ballot.

Stand by your veteran’s banner on July 2

Supporters of the Marion Military Banner Campaign are asking family members and friends of veterans who are featured in the banners hung at Marion to participate in a special tribute on Independence Day weekend. Family and friends are invited to stand by the banners representing their loved ones from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 2. Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1117 and other local volunteers worked to have the banners placed around Marion. The banners feature Marion County veterans who resided in Marion when they entered active duty or currently reside in Marion County.

Take steps to minimize contact with ticks

COLUMBUS — Outdoor enthusiasts are encouraged to be cautious and take steps to minimize contact with Ohio’s tick species this summer, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Division (ODNR). ). Ticks are found throughout Ohio and sometimes carry potentially dangerous diseases.

When spending time outdoors, take precautions to prevent a tick from attaching itself to the skin. Treat outdoor clothing with permethrin-based repellents according to label instructions. Tuck pants into socks or boots and shirts into pants to keep ticks off clothing. It may help to wear light-colored clothing, which will make it easier to spot ticks. Check clothing and skin carefully for any attached ticks after any outdoor excursion, and don’t forget to check pets and equipment as well.