OHIO VALLEY — Some U.S. soldiers returning from deployment will soon be receiving warm, cozy quilts, thanks to the efforts of 30 Mason County women.
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The Mason County Adult Drug Court conducted its second graduation Feb. 27.
HARMAN, W.Va. — West Virginians wanting “In God We Trust” on a specialty vehicle license plate are running out of time to make that statement a displayable reality.
MEIGS COUNTY — Meigs County residents may be eligible for a free mammogram if they are a Meigs resident, have low to moderate income or are uninsured or under-insured.
MEIGS COUNTY — The Ohio Developmental Services Agency has notified Meigs County of the availability of funding for several federal programs.
RACINE — The Southern Local School Board approved the acceptance of a $15,000 donation from Ruth Wingett, which will be used in the construction of a new press box and named in honor of the late Robert Wingett.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A Gallia County man was sentenced Monday to 15 months in federal prison for selling and distributing heroin to an undercover officer.
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Health System recently hosted the Volunteer Chaplains Association's annual meeting and appreciation luncheon.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Dr. Joe William Trotter, a prominent scholar and native West Virginia, will speak at Marshall University Tuesday, March 10, on the topic “Coal, Class, and Color: The African American History of the Southern American...
POMEROY — The Meigs Local Board earlier this week accepted a bid from Thornhill Ford for a 2015 pickup truck in the amount of $32,912.
BIDWELL — Holzer's third “Go Red for Women Heart Health” luncheon conducted Thursday at The Gathering Place in Bidwell encouraged awareness of heart disease among women of all ages.
OHIO VALLEY — The USDA's Risk Management Agency reminds producers in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio that the final date to purchase or modify crop insurance coverage on most insurable spring-planted crops is March 15.
If Ted Strickland's life and career represent anything, it's a lesson in perseverance.
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Wound Care Center has received the Center of Distinction Award by Healogics Inc., the nation's largest provider of advanced wound care services.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Senate on Friday unanimously passed Senate Bill 411, which creates the Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Claims Transparency Act and the Asbestos and Silica Claims Priorities Act.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Forestry reminds residents that the state's spring forest fire season starts March 1, 2015, and runs through May 31, 2015. During these three months, daytime burning is prohibited from the...
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Dr. Ron Area describes Doug and Sue Ellen Hardman as “loyal and great friends of Marshall University.”
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University's annual Diversity Breakfast, postponed a week ago because of cold, snowy weather, has been rescheduled for April 10, in the Memorial Student Center's Don Morris Room on the Huntington...
GALLIPOLIS — Three people were sentenced Friday in Gallia Common Pleas Court for various drug-related offenses.
POMEROY — The Meigs County Commissioners on Thursday chose the bid of Jim Clifford Construction for the repairs of the Meigs County Health Department roof.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Dr. Jennifer Lawless, the director of the Women and Politics Institute at the American University School of Public Affairs, will give the next Amicus Curiae lecture at 7 p.m. March 3, at Foundation Hall, home of the Erickson...
POINT PLEASANT — Antelope meat loaf, quail and alligator jerky might be among the offerings this year, as the Main Street Baptist Church prepares for its third “Critter Dinner” set for 6 p.m. March 14.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Facing Hunger Foodbank Executive Director Cynthia Kirkhart visited Marshall University's Art Warehouse on Tuesday for a behind-the-scenes view of the food bank's largest fundraiser of the year, Empty...
'Cutest Pets' contest online voting under wayOHIO VALLEY — The Daily Sentinel, in partnership with Riverbend Animal Clinic, has launched its annual Cutest Pets contest and...
POMEROY — Second Street from Butternut to Sycamore is back under a water advisory/boil advisory after a line was struck on 2nd Avenue.No more information is available at this time.