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Print/E-paper exclusives for Thursday, March 7

Mar. 07, 2013 @ 08:00 AM

Besides the stories you can read at herald-dispatch.com, there are many more stories and features in today's Herald-Dispatch newspaper and e-paper.

BOND SET AT $500K IN HOMICIDE CASE: Bond was set at $500,000 Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court for an Ironton area man charged with the murder of his brother-in-law. Rodney E. DeLawder, 33, of Ohio 243, pleaded innocent to charges of murder with a gun specification, improperly discharging a firearm into a habitation and felonious assault. Judge Charles “Chuck” Cooper set a pretrial in the case for March 20. Read more in today's Herald-Dispatch.

SUPPORTERS SOUGHT FOR LOCAL FOOD MOVEMENT: Growing the local economy from the inside out while highlighting healthy food choices — those are some of the goals behind a new project designed to promote and create a stronger network for local food. Some organizers behind The Wild Ramp Local Food Market at Heritage Station are behind a new effort to launch the “30 Mile Meal” network in Huntington. Read more on our Region page.

A WELCOME CHANGE OF PACE: Playtime with his soon-to-be stepdaughters illustrates Kyle O’Dell’s love for family. It’s a passion that drives not only the police officer’s life — but also his career. The Milton police corporal is striving to make a difference in his hometown. Read more on our weekly Faces of the Tri-State feature on our Community page.

WEEKEND CONTENT: Read movie reviews, books reviews and see a comprehensive listing of local entertainment events inside today's Weekend section.

BRENDA LUCAS: Get the latest community news, birthday listings and more in Brenda Lucas' column.

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