RIO GRANDE — Each spring the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College honors three of its faculty for their exemplary work and dedication to the students of Rio.
COLUMBUS— State Sen. Bob Peterson, R-Sabina, announced Tuesday that Speyside Bourbon Cooperage Inc. plans to create 35 new jobs following the approval of state funds to support a roadwork project in Jackson.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warned small businesses to watch for signs of a scam, including callers who claim the business's power will be shut off and invoices for products the business never ordered.
NELSONVILLE — The Wayne National Forest's Ironton Ranger District is seeking public comments by May 26 on a proposal that is intended to create diverse wildlife habitats within the project area, while supporting local...
BIDWELL — Janelle L. McClelland has been awarded a $500 educational award in a national competition with other students who are members of Modern Woodmen of America.
GALLIPOLIS – A Gallia County woman was sentenced to prison Friday for violating the terms and conditions of her community control.
POMEROY — A trial date has been set for the case of Ernest Roach, who has been indicted for the Aug. 10, 2014, death of Ericka Brown, 16, of Kanawha County, W.Va.
Jena Shrivers, 10, daughter of Eric and Angie Shrivers, took her first turkey during the youth hunting season April 18. The bird weighed 20 pounds and had an 11-inch beard. Shrivers shot the bird with a 12-gauge shotgun at her family's farm in...
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — More than 1,600 Marshall University students will graduate May 9, in a pair of commencement ceremonies at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in downtown Huntington.
GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia County Commission approved the Meigs-Gallia 2015 CHIP application, a grant meant to aid residents in the area with dilapidated housing, rehabilitation, and the possible construction of some new homes in the...
MIDDLEPORT — Visitors from across southeast Ohio made their way this week into the new headquarters of Digital Works in Middleport.
RACINE — Another feather in the cap.
REEDSVILLE, Ohio — The 10th annual Boots, Fiddles and Blue Suede Shoes Spring Music Festival will take place Saturday at Eastern High School in Reedsville.
COLUMBUS — Gallia County Sheriff Joseph R. Browning was a bit surprised Friday when he learned he was the recipient of the 2015 Crisis Intervention Team Law Enforcement Administrator of the Year Award.
RIO GRANDE — Each year the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio honors senior students in Fine Arts with the Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts.
GALLIPOLIS — The April session of the Gallia County Grand Jury recently handed down eight indictments involving drug-related and other felony offenses.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine reminds people that they should file claims before May 4 to be considered for reimbursement under an Ohio-led multistate settlement with Sirius XM Radio Inc. of New York.
GALLIPOLIS — “Volunteering is a way to contribute to society, to make it a better place. Never under-estimate the value of volunteering for something you love.”
GREENFIELD TOWNSHIP — A 73-year-old Scioto County man died Saturday while he was raccoon hunting in Gallia County's Greenfield Township.
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — A Gallia County man accused of attempting to operate a shake-and-bake meth lab in a cemetery has been sentenced in Mason County Circuit Court after pleading guilty to manufacturing of a controlled substance and...
VINTON — The birth of a child is regarded by many as the most joyous occasion to be marked in the expanse of human life.
EAST LETART — A warm spring weekend brought area gardeners to Norris Greenhouses last Saturday.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine rejected the petition for the proposed Legalize Marijuana in Ohio amendment because the summary of the petition was not “fair and truthful.”
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COLUMBUS — State Rep. Ryan Smith, R-Bidwell, applauded the House passage of Amended Substitute House Bill 64.