Blue Devils take Boston at ‘Heritage Festival’
Federal disaster declaration approved
Unity, leadership, school students asked to show way
Cakes for a cause
Suspected heroin, cash found during traffic stop
- Rathburn places second in bodybuilding competition - 9:35 pm
- Hannan Trace Beta Convention awards - 7:45 pm
- Heading to nationals - 7:44 pm
- Heading to nationals - 7:41 pm
- Carnival cultivates anti-drug message - 7:30 pm
- Carnival of Hope scenes - 7:02 pm
- Democrats unite at Kennedy Day Dinner - 9:40 pm
- Regional Job Fair to be held Wednesday - 5:51 pm
- Local students compete at Beta - 4:51 pm
- Blue Devils take Boston at ‘Heritage Festival’ - 4:48 pm
- Election letters policy - 1:23 pm updated: 1:39 pm.
- PALS Gallia partners with Southern Ohio Krav Maga - 9:10 pm
- Beta member selected as regional leader - 12:21 pm
- City commission discusses concerns with code reports - 10:51 pm
- Gallia dog warden warns of pet thefts - 9:35 pm
- ‘Ivy Leagues’ show up in Bidwell - 8:01 pm
- For the record - 7:54 pm
- ‘Guild’ learns everyone is a writer - 7:28 pm
- Rathburn heads to bodybuilding competition - 9:16 pm
- Federal disaster declaration approved - 6:30 pm
- Reaching the world through Beta - 6:28 pm
- Rio professors hosts Welsh studies presentation - 6:23 pm
- Senior services showcase - 6:18 pm
- The Wolf: Myth from fact - 5:26 pm
- Honoring City Park Santa’s memory, family - 10:25 pm
Blue Devils take Boston at ‘Heritage Festival’
BOSTON, Mass. — Gallia Academy High School music students traveled east over the weekend to compete against other schools in Boston, Mass. for t...
Election letters policy
Letters to the Editor regarding the upcoming Primary Election on Tuesday, May 8 are welcome. However, a few rules for submission apply. Letters must b...
PALS Gallia partners with Southern Ohio Krav Maga
GALLIPOLIS — PALS Gallia County and Southern Ohio Krav Maga held a self-protection and awareness demonstration Friday afternoon in order to intr...
Beta member selected as regional leader
BIDWELL — One River Valley student is setting the course for future students to serve in the community and at the national level.Through Beta Cl...
City commission discusses concerns with code reports
GALLIPOLIS — After honoring the City Park Santa Claus Tuesday evening during a meeting with the Gallipolis City Commission, commissioners and of...
Gallia dog warden warns of pet thefts
GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia County dog warden warns county residents to be wary of people looking to take pets from yards.“The most common (th...
Rio rallies late, earns split with Eagles
VERSAILLES, Ky. — Over the course of better than seven hours of baseball on Saturday, the University of Rio Grande coughed up a six-run lead in ...
RedStorm blanks Point Park in sweep
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — The entire 2018 season has been an offensive struggle for the Point Park University softball team.It was a case of “sec...
RedStorm rolls to sweep of Carlow
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — Friday’s sweep of a River States Conference softball doubleheader against Carlow University found the University of Rio...
Rio baseball outslugs Eagles
VERSAILLES, Ky. — The University of Rio Grande built a six-run fourth inning lead and then used a four-run seventh inning uprising to pull away ...
Waterford outlasts White Falcons, 11-9
MASON, W.Va. — An early deficit proved to be too much to overcome for the White Falcons.The Wahama baseball team fell short of a comeback victor...
Wahama winless at SV tourney
WILLOW WOOD, Ohio — Not much lightning in this Valley of Thunder.The Wahama softball team produced more than two runs in only one of its three l...
Dispatcher of the Year
Gallia Commissioner Harold Montgomery, left, and Gallia EMA and 911 Center Director Sherry Daines, center, recognize Ron Parcell, right, as Gallia Cou...
Holzer April Pediatric Fund Sponsors
GALLIPOLIS — The Earl Neff Pediatric Fund at Holzer continues to be supported by area businesses and organizations.The Pediatric Fund, in existe...
OVCS honor roll
GALLIPOLIS — Ohio Valley Christian School recently released its honor rolls for the second nine weeks.The following students made the A Honor Ro...
Gallia Charitable Foundation donations
The Gallia Charitable Foundation recently made a donation to the Gallia Emancipation Committee to support the 2018 Emancipation Celebration in Gallia....
Gallia proclamations announced
Gallia Commissioners Proclaimed April 9-13 Week of Appreciation for first responders, health professionals, mental health professionals and others for...
Mental Health Awareness Month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and throughout this month, many are working to bring increased awareness of mental health issues, reduce stigma, ...
Helping you age better: Random acts of kindness
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are starting to mail new Medicare cards to all people with Medicare.The new cards will have a new...
God can remake you
People of a certain age, we won’t say which age, will remember the tag line of the TV show, The Six Million Dollar Man. It was repeated at the o...
Jesus’ blood is the permanent ink
Many years ago, when my family and I had an opportunity for a little bit of vacation one late spring, we elected to spend a few days in Chincoteague, ...
God might be trying to get your attention
A mother eagle prepares for nesting. She first finds a place she thinks is suitable. The next step is the preparation for building the nest. She finds...
God’s Kids Korner: The good shepard
I know many of you have pets such as dogs, cats, fish, birds, hamsters, or maybe if you have lots of room even a horse, goat, or sheep. Pets are lots ...