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South Point issues boil water advisory

Dogs take center stage

Dogs take center stage

  ROME TOWNSHIP — Wendy Whitted of Proctorville showed up at Bark For Life at the county fairgrounds on Saturday with one of her best ... Read more | Add your comment

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South Point issues boil water advisory

SOUTH POINT — Due to a water line break today in South Point, the South Point Water Department is advising residents on the following streets ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Campus preview tours begin  | Add your comment
  2. Students take home honors at EMPixx day  | Add your comment
  3. $250K still in limbo  | Add your comment

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Max to retire

Max may have lost his master last week, but he still has his home. That decision came following an opinion by prosecuting attorney Brigham Anderson ... Read more | Add your comment

Sub sandwich sale planned to help fund Tools4School

For 10 years St. Paul Lutheran Church has provided school supplies and backpacks for students in the Tri-State each fall in a four-hour giveaway. Last ... Read more | Add your comment

Feast of ramps

Feast of ramps

ROME TOWNSHIP — Only 90 minutes into the VFW 6878 ramp dinner 80 pounds of fried potatoes and bags and bags of the leafty bulb ... Read more | Add your comment

Special week focuses on educating young children

Special week focuses on educating young children

Lawrence County Early Childhood Academy joined the community, state and nation celebrating the Week of the Young Child, April 12-18. Lawrence County Early Childhood Academy’s ... Read more | Add your comment

Drug take back April 25

Next Saturday, the Lawrence-Scioto Solid Waste Management District will host its eighth annual Lawrence County Drug Take Back Day. The event will be from 10 ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Gateway at Year 1 lauded as winner  | Add your comment
  2. Hooked on making a difference  | Add your comment
  3. IIB plans events  | Add your comment
  4. Positive choices theme of assembly  | Add your comment
  5. Kentucky author holding book signing Saturday  | Add your comment
  6. Helping those most in need  | Add your comment
  7. Court stays busy with probation, theft cases  | Add your comment
  8. Crews working on Park Drive landslip  | Add your comment
  9. Ramp dinner set for Saturday  | Add your comment
  10. IHS students show off interests  | Add your comment
  11. Ticket sales not going as organizers would like  | Add your comment
  12. Porter named interim director  | Add your comment
  13. Traffic-stopping rock now history  | Add your comment
  14. Come on down!  | Add your comment

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Lady Vikings split games

Lady Vikings split games

AID — Symmes Valley coach Jeff “Odie” Estep was looking to challenge his Lady Vikings. Not only were they challenge, they were up to the challenge. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Cardinals nip Reds, Leake  | Add your comment
  2. Redwomen go to 14-0  | Add your comment
  3. St. Joseph tops Rams  | Add your comment

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Helping those most in need

Myers reflects on career changes   When Gene Myers came to work at the department of job and family services, it was definitely a paper ... Read more | Add your comment

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Focus on county business

Lawrence County’s commissioners have been pretty busy lately: Trying to get Pete Rose reinstated into baseball, offering to sell tickets for the Great River Raffle ... Read more | Add your comment

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Remembering Mr. Cartoon

I know for many, the thought of the 24-hour stations dedicated to cartoons wasn’t something that ... Read more | Add your comment

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Remembering

Remembering

The beginnings of a bridge that’s been around for four decades; a long-gone taxi service in Proctorville and onetime high school court stars make up ... Read more | Add your comment

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Fee increase passes

After several weeks of discussion on a storm water fee increase, the Ironton City Council passed the one dollar increase on its first reading Thursday ... Read more | Add your comment