Trees added to city landscape

Trees added to city landscape

More trees have been planted in downtown Ironton following Ironton In Bloom’s annual Arbor Day celebration. On Thursday two little leaf lindens were planted at ... Read more | Add your comment

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Masons honoring member for 65 years

Member of Lawrence Lodge #198 Free and Accepted Masons Robert Melvin, 90, was recently recognized by the Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio for being ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Police may go to special training  | Add your comment
  2. Count of botulism cases tied to Ohio church meal rises  | Add your comment
  3. Beer fest a success  | Add your comment

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More than 200 pounds of medicine dropped off

The Lawrence-Scioto Solid Waste Management District held its annual drug take back in Lawrence County Saturday at Ironton Hills Plaza in which more drugs were ... Read more | Add your comment

Cabell CFO speaks at chamber luncheon

The possible St. Mary’s Hospital acquisition by Cabell Huntington Hospital was the main point Cabell Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Monte Ward talked about ... Read more | Add your comment

Free Comic Book Day is Saturday, May 2

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Comic World in Huntington is one of thousands of comic book shops around the world celebrating Free Comic Book Day on, Saturday, ... Read more | Add your comment

Macker Mania!

Macker Mania!

  The excitement for the upcoming Gus Macker basketball tournament began at Buffalo Wild Wings Thursday evening, as Ironton Gus Macker held its sponsor dinner ... Read more | Add your comment

Boggs: $250K won’t go to jail

One hurdle down. Now it’s up to the state auditor to see if the county can use the $250,000 given to it following a change ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Streetscape line item on budget passes 4-2  | Add your comment
  2. 2 named to Lawrence County port authority  | Add your comment
  3. Many Symmes Creek Restoration Committee events in store  | Add your comment
  4. Annual Highlands Museum Victorian tea event set for May 9  | Add your comment
  5. Science is focus of Earth Day at OUS  | Add your comment
  6. Detroit woman sentenced to prison  | Add your comment
  7. Will state budget hurt, help county  | Add your comment
  8. Gatsby theme of St. Joe show  | Add your comment
  9. Health fair, yard sale upcoming Lions Club events  | Add your comment
  10. Seconded reading of budget amendment to be given tonight  | Add your comment
  11. OUS to give tours to law enforcement agencies  | Add your comment
  12. Boil water advisory issued  | Add your comment
  13. Dawson-Bryant High School leading the way in technology  | Add your comment
  14. $1.3M road paving is scheduled  | Add your comment

Sports

Reds’ fail in the clutch as they lose 5-2 to Cubs

Reds’ fail in the clutch as they lose 5-2 to Cubs

CINCINNATI (AP) — The latest version of the Reds is looking much like that past few editions. If the bullpen isn’t struggling, the offense is ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Wainwright may be lost for season  | Add your comment
  2. Huntington boys, girls sweep Dragons’ meet  | Add your comment
  3. Fight week arrives for Pacquiao-Mayweather  | 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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Editorials

Gus Macker positive for city, county

In less than a month, several blocks on Second Street in downtown Ironton will transform from a busy thoroughfare filled with motorists to a collection ... Read more | Add your comment

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Lions Club needs your help

One of my favorite things to do in the spring and summer is spend a Saturday ... Read more | Add your comment

Life

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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Boggs: $250K won’t go to jail

One hurdle down. Now it’s up to the state auditor to see if the county can use the $250,000 given to it following a change ... Read more | Add your comment