Officers involved in standoff near Chester CHESTER — Ohio 248 near Chester is closed to traffic as officials with several law enforcement agencies are on the scene of a standoff.
According to Meigs County Sheriff Chief Deputy Charlie Mansfield, a man is barricaded in his home and officials are trying to talk him out.
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Farmers’ Market to open in new location GALLIPOLIS — In its fourth season this year, the fledgling Gallia County Farmers’ Market is seeking continued growth not only through a new market location, but also through the recent hiring of new market manager.
Since its inception in 2010, the farmers’ market has been held annually on Thur...
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Lady Marauders fall at Wheelersburg, 9-1 WHEELERSBURG, Ohio — The Meigs softball team had its 2013 postseason come to an end Saturday afternoon following a 9-1 setback to host Wheelersburg in a Division III sectional final in Scioto County.
The visiting Lady Marauders (14-8) had a four-game winning streak snapped while also suffering...
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Ashley sets Civil War details straight Dear Editor,
I saw the story “Traveling to the Prom” concerning a local high school girl attempting to set herself apart with a historical dress. I certainly appreciate her endeavor to draw attention to the Civil War in view of the Civil War sesquicentennial now going on. However, little about...
Gun control failure reflects widespread attitude Dear Editor,
The NRA is only a group of citizens who have came together to let their government officials be aware of what they want.
As for the NRA (a group of citizens) being stronger than the presidency — NO!! It is the legislative representatives doing what most of their electorates want...
Yesteryear — An inter-generational experience POMEROY — It’s described as an “inter-generational experience” — this program called “Yesteryear” where elementary students are taught pioneer skills by senior citizens who enjoy sharing their tal...
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