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Like A Brickhouse

Like A Brickhouse

ROME TOWNSHIP — Offering an array of fitness classes geared toward women of all ages, members of Brickhouse Cardio are seeing results that even The ... Read more

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Ramsey gets HOF honor

BURLINGTON — The founder of the grass-roots organization dedicated to helping her community will be honored by the Ohio Department of Aging. On May 20, ... Read more  | 1 comment

  1. RH teacher will spend summer in Belize
  2. Flagpole erected at sheriff’s office
  3. Finally finished

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Guilty plea made in felony

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A South Point woman pleaded guilty Monday to felony embezzlement charges. Connie Lynn Whitley admitted to stealing more than $150,000 while she ... Read more

Kasich signs bill on allergy shots in schools

COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed a bill making it easier for schools, camps and coaches to stock general-use supplies of epinephrine ... Read more

4 ex-W.Va. guards, 4 prisoners charged in inmate death plot

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Four former Western Regional Jail correctional officers and four inmates have been charged in a plot to kill another prisoner. A ... Read more

On a RAMP-age

On a RAMP-age

  PROCTORVILLE — Some call them spring onions, ramsons, wild leeks, wood leeks, wild garlic or even allium tricoccum, but to the Veterans of Foreign ... Read more

CG Lions serve up pancakes

COAL GROVE — The Coal Grove Lions Club Pancake Breakfast on Saturday was such a well-attended event even the Easter Bunny couldn’t stay away. Parents ... Read more

  1. Egg hunters scour Paul Porter Park
  2. News in Brief — 4/20/14
  3. Man gets 8 years for selling pills
  4. Jeremiah 38 will perform ‘Life of Christ’ May 16-17
  5. Adams signs with Alice Lloyd
  6. Cubs break out big to beat Reds
  7. Nearly 400 come out for Wheelin’ Sportsmen event
  8. Hundreds turn out for egg hunt
  9. Residents concerned about neighbor | 4 comments
  10. Man gets 6 years for felonious assault
  11. IIB will celebrate Arbor Day with tree planting | 1 comment
  12. Youth reaps more than pin money for summer work
  13. Garden club summit comes to OUS
  14. GOP dinner speaker snowed in | 2 comments

Sports

Simon, Bruce spark Reds’ win

Simon, Bruce spark Reds’ win

PITTSBURGH (AP) — It looked like Alfredo Simon’s bubble was about to burst. After being one of the biggest surprises of the young season for the ... Read more

  1. Pointers slip past Dragons
  2. Panthers hold on to edge Hornets in OVC thriller, 5-4
  3. Redmen rip Raiders, 15-1

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Hundreds turn out for egg hunt

An estimated 250 children ranging in age from newborn to 12-years-old were in attendance at the annual Easter egg hunt sponsored by the Ironton International ... Read more

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Editorials

Citizens must make voices heard

Last week The Tribune published an article concerning the topic of discussion at a recent Ironton City Council meeting. A local pastor came to the ... Read more

Opinions

Music a lifetime adventure

Saturday might as well have been Christmas because instead of sleeping in, all I could think ... Read more | 3 comments

Life

The Spirit of Christmas

The Spirit of Christmas

Most people start getting into the Christmas spirit when the Thanksgiving meal is finished. But 61-year-old Keith Boggs, of Pedro, feels the spirit of Christmas ... Read more

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KDMC, Paulus named in civil suit

  Complaint alleges negligence, fraud in heart stent surgeries   ASHLAND, Ky. — A Chesapeake man has filed a civil lawsuit against King’s Daughters Medical Center ... Read more

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