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Stolen SUV recovered from Ohio River

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POINT PLEASANT — The SUV which was spotted floating in the Ohio River early Tuesday morning was recovered Thursday afternoon.Turns out the recovered SUV has been confirmed as being the stolen 2008 GMC Arcadia stolen Tuesday morning from a residence on South Park Dr., according to Point Pleasant Police Chief Joe Veith.Veith said his department has four suspects in the case of the stolen vehicle, two juveniles and two adults. Charges should be filed in the next couple of days as investigators wrap up this case. Veith said since the investigation began, it appears the Arcadia was deliberately placed in the water north or Riverfront Park, near the area behind the central office of Mason County Schools. The vehicle then drifted to its resting place.

 

Point Pleasant sweeps titles at Mason County meet

POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The hosts were the most.Both the Big Blacks and Lady Knights came away with top honors Wednesday night at the 2014 Mason County track and field meet held at Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field on the campus of Point Pleasant High School.Point Pleasant won both the girls and boys team titles by a minimum of 17 points each, with Wahama serving as the runner-up in both divisions while Hannan twice finished third in the three-team competitions. Onl...

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U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson visits Gallia, Meigs

POMEROY —U.S. Congressman Bill Johnson, R-Marietta, visited Pomeroy and Gallipolis on Thursday to meet with the county commissioners, village officials and community leaders for a round-table discussion about legislation in Washington.An emphasis of the discussions was on Federal Emergency Management Agency and legislation that delays implementation of new regulations for large increases in the cost of flood insurance, and the work that remains for a more permanent solution....

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River Valley stings Lady Hornets, 7-4

COAL GROVE, Ohio — The River Valley softball team picked up its second consecutive win — both in league and overall — Wednesday night following a 7-4 decision over host Coal Grove in an Ohio Valley Conference matchup in Lawrence County.The Lady Raiders (4-6, 2-1 OVC) never trailed in the contest as the guests stormed out to a 3-1 lead after one inning and never looked back. The Lady Hornets (1-4 OVC) answered with a run in the fourth to pull to within 3-2, but ult...

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Tigers claw past Point Pleasant, 13-7

POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — Too many extra chances.The Point Pleasant baseball team committed seven errors and were outhit by a 13-9 overall margin Wednesday night following a 13-7 setback to visiting Chapmanville in a non-conference matchup in Mason County.The host Big Blacks (9-5) jumped out to an early 2-1 lead through two complete, but the Tigers (12-2) responded with 10 consecutive runs over the next three innings to secure a 11-2 edge through four and a half fram...

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Tornadoes storm past Meigs, 9-4

RACINE, Ohio — An excellent start leads SHS past the visiting Marauders.The Southern baseball team outscored Meigs 6-0 over the first four innings of the Tornadoes’ 9-4 non-conference victory, Wednesday night at Star Mill Park.The Tornadoes (4-4) marked two runs in the first inning and three in the third to jump out to the early advantage. Southern added another run in the fourth and Meigs (6-2) broke through for the first time in the top of the fifth. The Pu...

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Sponsorship woes put Swan Racing future in doubt

Swan Racing is reviewing its ability to compete in NASCAR because of difficulty securing corporate sponsorship for the two-car operation.Swan Racing owner Brandon Davis, the CEO of independent oil and gas company Swan Energy, bought the organization in late 2012. Cole Whitt drives the No. 26 Toyota Camry and Parker Kligerman drives the No. 30 Toyota Camry for Swan in the Sprint Cup series.“The team has been unable to secure the kind of sponsorship required to effec...

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Raiders fall at Coal Grove, 2-0

COAL GROVE, Ohio — The River Valley baseball team produced just one hit Wednesday night during a 2-0 loss to host Coal Grove in an Ohio Valley Conference matchup in Lawrence County.The visiting Raiders got a single from Jordan Gilliland in the top of the fourth, which served as one of only two baserunners that RVHS had in the setback.The Hornets produced just three hits in the triumph, but the hosts also benefited from three River Valley errors in the wire-to-wire ...

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