Gardening ‘essentials’… Spring planting despite virus
Holzer identifies positive COVID-19 case
Mason County has first confirmed COVID-19 case
Towns ‘going on a bear hunt’
Officials remind of ‘Stay-at-home’ message
- DeWine: Ohio 2 weeks away from being slammed by virus surge - 4:48 pm
- MCHD explains testing process for residents - 4:40 pm
- State panel approves Meigs County project financing - 4:54 pm
- Prosecutor’s office reducing hours - 4:52 pm
- Health director: Ohio making progress flattening the curve - 4:41 pm
- Neighboring counties confirm positive COVID-19 cases - 3:38 pm
- Behavioral health hotline - 1:58 pm
- PVH activates teleHealth telephone health visits - 6:35 pm
- Officials remind of ‘Stay-at-home’ message - 5:07 pm updated: 7:04 pm.
- Lawmakers approve bill addressing coronavirus Ohio impact - 4:48 pm
- Nursing home is now West Virginia’s ‘ground zero’ for virus - 4:46 pm
- OU president provides coronavirus update - 4:38 pm
- Yost, other AGs urge online marketplaces address price gouging - 3:44 pm
- Racine to apply for Neighborhood Revitalization Grant - 3:24 pm
- OVB announces loan payment options amid COVID-19 concerns - 3:18 pm updated: 3:22 pm.
- OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital announces opening of medical supply donation site - 9:26 am updated: 9:33 am.
- Two arrested for burglary, other charges - 8:41 am
- Locals prepare for COVID-19 - 5:14 pm
- Governor utilizes sports celebrities to plug stay-home order - 4:54 pm
- Food distribution changes announced - 2:00 pm
- OhioHealth expanding COVID-19 ambulatory testing sites - 10:39 am
- Gallia confirms first COVID-19 death - 9:20 am updated: 4:17 pm.
- DeWine provides COVID-19 update - 5:06 pm
- ODNR closing additional facilities - 4:48 pm
- Changes announced to food programs - 3:49 pm
Lawmakers approve bill addressing coronavirus Ohio impact
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Mandatory state testing for schools would be ditched this year and Ohioans who didn’t vote in the March 17 primary w...
Nursing home is now West Virginia’s ‘ground zero’ for virus
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia nursing home with at least 20 coronavirus cases has become “ground zero” for the state̵...
OU president provides coronavirus update
ATHENS, Ohio — In a letter from university President M. Duane Nellis, confirmed a member of the university community has tested positive for COV...
Yost, other AGs urge online marketplaces address price gouging
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost this week joined 32 other attorneys general in urging Amazon, Facebook, eBay, Walmart and Craig...
Racine to apply for Neighborhood Revitalization Grant
POMEROY — The Village of Racine will have the opportunity for the 2020 Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Program following a decision by the Mei...
OVB announces loan payment options amid COVID-19 concerns
GALLIPOLIS, Ohio— In line with its Community First mission, Ohio Valley Bank has announced that it is now offering Skip-a-Pay payment deferral a...
OHSAA winter tournaments move from postponed to cancelled
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Thursday that the winter sports tournaments of wrestling, basketball and ic...
Rio represented on RSC Scholar-Athlete lists
RSC Women’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete team includes five from Rio GrandeMIDDLETOWN, Ohio — The University of Rio Grande has placed five p...
Rio Grande’s Holden named honorable mention All-American
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – University of Rio Grande senior guard Sydney Holden has been named an Honorable Mention selection to the 2020 National Associ...
2 Blue Devils named All-OVC
A pair of Blue Devils were chosen to the 2019-20 All-Ohio Valley Conference boys basketball teams, as selected by the coaches from within the 8-team l...
Schweer to head new Rio Grande wrestling program
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — Jason Schweer has been tabbed as the head coach of the University of Rio Grande’s new men’s wrestling program.Ath...
Angie Zimmerman Realty Group welcomed
The Angie Zimmerman Realty Group recently celebrated its official business ribbon cutting on Main Street with staff and City of Point Pleasant officia...
SAR presents Flag Certificate to business
The Sons of the American Revolution present Flag Certificates to businesses and individuals who properly display the nation’s colors. Pictured i...
Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation appointees
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation recently added one new board member and elected 2020 officers of the board, which oversees the char...
Warnings of telephone scams
OHIO VALLEY — A potential scam targeting recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Medicaid has been reported.The O...
Fruth Pharmacy’s 5th annual Baby Face Event
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — Fruth Pharmacy will soon begin its 5th annual Baby Face Event. Fruth Pharmacy’s Baby Face Event helps provide supp...
Ask good questions
I tend to think that if I had the privilege of attending presidential news briefings, I would prepare myself to ask meaningful questions. But, from wh...
A Hunger for More: God will take care of you
You may feel powerless right now in the face of the pandemic and impact that it has had socially and economically upon you and our society. You may fe...
God’s Kids Korner: Jesus and His friend Lazarus
Do you have a best friend? When I was young, I had a best friend named Cindy. She later moved away, but we had lots of fun together before that. Today...
Living in interesting times
There is an old curse which is, ironically, attributed to the Chinese. “ May you live in interesting times.” It can also be used as a posi...
Protecting Your Wallet in the World of COVID-19
Over the last month, our office has assessed all of its responsibilities so that it can work with consumers and our partners in state government to en...
Natural food is naturally suspect
Given the amount of preservatives most baby boomers have eaten over the course of our lives, we are not going to require embalming. We’re going ...