Full-Time & Part-Time Bakery Staff Wanted

Full-Time & Part-Time Bakery Staff
Der Dutchman Bellville
Bellville, OH · Full-time
Der Dutchman Restaurant in Bellville, Ohio currently has openings for Restaurant Staff. Current openings include Full time and Part time Bakers. If you enjoy working in a family friendly atmosphere with like-minded individuals, we offer beautiful surroundings, friendly, personable staff, and company discounts for all our facilities.
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Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Aug 15, 2018


Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Aug 15, 2018
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

A victim, of the 16000 block of Lower Gambier Road in Gambier, advised that sometime between 8:45 AM Monday, August 13, 2018, and 8:30 AM Tuesday, August 14, 2018, unknown person(s) entered a residence that is under construction and many items were removed.… Read full story

Senator’s Legislation Encourages Customers to Buy American-Made Cars, End Tax Cuts for Auto Companies That Ship Jobs out of the U.S.

CLEVELAND, OH – Today, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joined northeast Ohio steelworkers and autoworkers at USW Local 979 as he leads legislation to support Ohio’s auto industry and keep auto jobs in the U.S. Brown introduced legislation after General Motors recently announced plans to build the new Chevy Blazer in Mexico on the same day the company ended the second shift at a plant in Lordstown, Ohio.… Read full story

Help Keep Wildlife Safe

A great horned owl that had become tangled in a soccer goal net was rescued by ODNR Division of Wildlife staff in Summit County last week. It was transferred to a local certified wildlife rehabilitator for evaluation.

Please help keep wildlife safe by storing things like soccer, volleyball, and lacrosse nets away until you are ready to use them.

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Attorney General DeWine Announces New Ohio Law Enforcement Body Armor Program With the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a plan to create a new program to help Ohio’s local law enforcement agencies purchase body armor vests. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has agreed to support funding the effort through a recent expansion of its safety grant program.Read full story