Roadways flooded… Ohio River projected to crest Wednesday morning
ODH data change lowers COVID death count … Local vaccinations continue
River on the rise
New COVID cases reported in Meigs, Gallia… Mason reports zero cases
Under construction… Claflin Grant supports River Museum
- Responding to proposed Lakin Hospital closure - 6:49 pm
- Roadways flooded… Ohio River projected to crest Wednesday morning - 5:43 pm updated: 5:54 pm.
- ODH data change lowers COVID death count … Local vaccinations continue - 4:34 pm
- Minimum wage hike all but dead in big COVID relief bill - 12:26 pm
- Ohio to receive nearly 450K coronavirus vaccines this week… Governor announces next vaccination phases - 5:22 pm
- River on the rise - 4:51 pm updated: 5:43 pm.
- Heavy rains lead to rescues, road closures in Appalachia - 4:31 pm
- New COVID cases reported in Meigs, Gallia… Mason reports zero cases - 4:14 pm
- Gallia Local Schools BOE approves agenda items - 2:24 pm
- Emergency HEAP Program ending March 31 - 2:22 pm
- Marshall plans in-person spring commencement - 2:16 pm
- Seminar discusses human trafficking on social media - 2:09 pm
- COVID death reported in Meigs … Latest cases reported across area - 5:25 pm
- Sheriff releases info on ‘Operation Offender Compliance’ - 5:19 pm updated: 5:21 pm.
- The Underground Railroad – Gallia and Meigs counties, Part 1 - 4:59 pm
- School employees receive vaccine across Gallia - 1:52 pm
- Ohio Valley History… Arsenal of democracy - 1:47 pm updated: 1:48 pm.
- COVID-19 bill must drop minimum wage hike, arbiter decides - 1:27 pm
- Governor provides COVID updates - 4:46 pm
- Gallia tops 2,200 overall cases since March - 3:52 pm
- Ohio is first state to sue Census Bureau over delay in data - 3:44 pm
- Ohio’s 2021-22 fishing and hunting licenses on sale now - 2:01 pm
- Nature’s rare gift… Land donation creates first state nature preserve in Meigs - 5:22 pm
- The case for keeping Lakin… Mason Commissioners discuss proposed Lakin Hospital closure - 3:53 pm
- Local author releases first book - 3:51 pm
Emergency HEAP Program ending March 31
OHIO VALLEY — The Gallia-Meigs Community Action Agency (GMCAA) announces it is continuing to assist customers with its main heating source and/o...
Marshall plans in-person spring commencement
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert announced the university’s spring 2021 commencement ceremony will be a...
Seminar discusses human trafficking on social media
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — The University of Rio Grande hosted the second seminar of a three-part series on Human Trafficking in Higher Ed.The second se...
COVID death reported in Meigs … Latest cases reported across area
OHIO VALLEY — The Meigs County Health Department reported one additional COVID-19 related death on Friday, a person in the 80-89 age range.Five ...
The Underground Railroad – Gallia and Meigs counties, Part 1
OHIO VALLEY — The Underground Railroad reached its peak in the 1850’s, and has become synonymous with the battle to end slavery.This vast ...
Late surge lifts RedStorm men to title game
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — There’s an oft-used phrase in life which says, “It’s not how you start, but how you finish.”With the ...
Marauders outlast Vinton County, 56-53
ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — At home for the final time this season, the Marauders got a little revenge.The Meigs boys basketball team — which fell...
Marauders top Wellston, fall at NYHS
A so-so Sunday.The Meigs boys basketball team dropped a 56-53 decision to Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division host Nelsonville-York on Sunday afternoo...
Raiders repeat as sectional champs
ALBANY, Ohio — Even better the second time around.The River Valley wrestling team set program records with eight district qualifiers and four di...
GA advances 9 to D-2 districts
ALBANY, Ohio — About as impressive a fourth place showing that anyone could find.The Gallia Academy wrestling team claimed two weight class titl...
College news and notes
Anderson performing in Marietta College’s production of ‘The Laramie Project’ MARIETTA — Noah Anderson of Pomeroy, Ohio, is a ...
College News and Notes
Fall 2020 Dean’s Honor List CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University recently released the fall 2020 Dean’s List. This recognition require...
Holzer pediatric sponsors recognized
The Earl Neff Pediatric Fund at Holzer Health System continues to be supported by area businesses and organizations.The Pediatric Fund, in existence f...
Supporting the community
GALLIPOLIS – Members of New Life Lutheran Church have been partnering with Poppy’s Coffee, Tea & Remedies for several months to provid...
College news and notes
Bob Jones University students named to President’s List GREENVILLE, SC — The following students are among approximately 600 Bob Jones Univ...
A Hunger for More: In other words, watch your life
We often forget as Christians the degree to which the life we live now as Christians is truly a type of warfare. Our enemy is the devil. He is the one...
Cross Words: Beholding Christ, knowing God
Spurgeon once told a group of pastors, “When a man is upstairs in bed, and cannot do any hurt, you pray for him. When he is downstairs, and can ...
God’s Kids Korner: Second Sunday of Lent… One starry night
There was a man named Abram in the Old Testament, Genesis, Chapter 15. He was a good man who owned many sheep and cattle. He lived with his wife Sarai...
Meigs Health Matters… Acid reflux in children and babies
With our fast paced lives, it’s no wonder that it seems more people suffer from upset stomachs and indigestion. We often eat in a hurry, on the ...
Search the Scriptures: The truth is real
The Bible claims that there is such a thing as Truth.“Buy the truth, and do not sell it; buy wisdom, instruction and understanding (Proverbs 23:...
Cross Words: Kept by God in Christ
Several people are unsure of their salvation. If you ask them about it, they say, “I hope I’m saved. Who am I to say whether I’m goi...