Commissioners recognize County Government Month
MHS play draws standing ovation
SHS Prom set for Saturday
Federal disaster declaration approved
Eastern hosts Math Fair
- MCHD releases annual report - 8:51 pm
- Commissioners recognize County Government Month - 7:23 pm
- ‘Guild’ learns everyone is a writer - 7:28 pm
- Syracuse discusses grants - 6:13 pm
- Southeast Ohio fishing forecasts — Top Inland Lakes for 2018 - 6:12 pm
- MHS play draws standing ovation - 6:10 pm
- 14th annual Meigs SWCD Watershed Camp slated for June 5-6 - 6:09 pm
- SHS Prom set for Saturday - 10:18 am updated: 10:26 am.
- Meigs Board hears administrator reports - 6:50 pm
- CSHA banquet set for Friday - 6:47 pm
- April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month - 6:32 pm
- Federal disaster declaration approved - 6:30 pm
- Hitting the century mark - 6:27 pm
- English attends business conference - 6:26 pm
- Motion for new trial denied - 6:23 pm
- Two arrested on drug charges - 6:42 pm
- Syracuse police grant revoked - 6:31 pm
- Eastern hosts Math Fair - 6:28 pm
- Officer treated after allegedly coming into contact with suspected fentanyl - 5:57 pm
- A musical twist - 9:50 am
- Meet the Candidate: Linda Warner - 4:30 pm
- Grand Jury returns indictments - 4:28 pm
- Meigs No. 2 in latest jobless numbers - 4:22 pm
- Legionnaires honored - 4:21 pm
- Training for an emergency - 8:33 pm
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
POMEROY — Each year the entire month of April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.During a recent meeting, the Meigs County Commissi...
Federal disaster declaration approved
OHIO VALLEY — Two months after the worst flooding in a decade in Meigs and surrounding counties, a federal disaster declaration has been approve...
Hitting the century mark
Bernice Riffle, a resident of Overbrook, turned 100 years old on April 16. Riffle, of Meigs County, is the mother of Charles and Ronald Riffle. Her mi...
English attends business conference
ATHENS — Middleport resident and Ohio University sophomore Haiden N. English recently attended the KeyBank Conference for Women in Corporate and...
Motion for new trial denied
POMEROY — A Meigs County man serving a 14 year prison sentence for aggravated vehicle homicide will not get a new trail after a ruling by Meigs ...
Blue Angels sweep Eastern Brown
CENTENARY, Ohio — Break out the brooms.The Gallia Academy softball team earned a pair of victories on Saturday, defeating visiting Eastern Brown...
Lady Knights drop two at SV
WILLOW WOOD, Ohio — Some tough terrain in this valley.The Point Pleasant softball team had its eight-game winning streak snapped and dropped 2-o...
Lady Vikings sweep Meigs in doubleheader
ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — A pair of eights wasn’t enough.The Meigs softball team dropped both games of a doubleheader on its home field Saturday...
Lady Eagles top Coal Grove, fall to Western Brown
WILLOW WOOD, Ohio — Good times as well as bad.The Eastern softball team defeated Coal Grove by a 11-2 count, but fell to Western Brown by 12-0 t...
Warriors slip past Southern, 2-1
RACINE, Ohio — One for the guests.For the first time this season, the Southern baseball team failed to defend its home field, as non-league gues...
Patriots blank Meigs, 10-0
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — The opportunities were there, but the Marauders came up empty.The Meigs baseball team left runners in scoring position in t...
4-H news and notes
RACINE — Classic 4-H’ers met on March 26 at the Racine Library with 10 member and two advisors preset.The meeting included the election of...
Racine Grange announces baking contest winners
RACINE — Racine Grange held its annual baking contests at a recent meeting.The winners of the Texas sheet cake were Emma Ashley, first place, an...
Local TOPS participants attend state recognition
COLUMBUS — TOPS OH#2013 had eight members attend the Ohio State Recognition Day in Columbus at the Crown Plaza Columbus North Conference Center....
PHS Alumni Association Scholarship Applications
POMEROY — The Pomeroy Alumni Association is again this year offering scholarships to deserving students who are either grandchildren or great-gr...
Food pantry receives donation
POMEROY — Through the efforts of the Methodist men’s group of the North United Methodist Church of Ravenswood, West Virginia, the Parish F...
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 ...
Teen testimony: Making the most of interruptions
Let’s examine Luke 8:41-56.A ruler of the synagogue is struggling. Jairus is his name. His daughter occupies her death bed. His only child. Desp...
I started planning my retirement in the ninth grade when I was in high school. My dad’s first cousin was a pharmacist and he owned several pharm...