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Bridal expo raises money for Ro-Na

Bridal expo raises money for Ro-Na

  A bridal and prom expo was at the Ro-Na Theater Saturday from noon to 5 p.m., where people could come get a look at ... Read more | Add your comment

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Protest against housing complex continues

ROME TOWNSHIP — A proposed project for senior citizens in Rome Township that neighbors there are fighting brought the protest once again before the Lawrence ... Read more | Add your comment

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Farmers market gearing up

Temperatures may be below freezing, but farmers market organizers are already gearing up for their third season. The regulars are scheduled to be back along ... Read more | Add your comment

Blue Vine performs at OUS

  The couple and musical duet of Michael Garvin and Janet Thompson that make up Blue Vine, out of Ashland, were this week’s Brown Bag ... Read more | Add your comment

County jail lease OK’d

Move will be made in steps   The lease was approved. Now comes the transition of the county jail down to Scioto County and it ... Read more | Add your comment

Storm water fee hike possible

EPA mandates for city cause   Ironton’s storm water fees could double to help fund an ongoing EPA mandate. That was the topic of the ... Read more | Add your comment

EMA, state focused on Lawrence Water

Today starts Day 6 for customers of Lawrence Water Corporation to be without water. And for the second time in a week those customers came ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Promoting recycling on campus  | Add your comment
  2. Burlington park remains at crux of impasse  | Add your comment
  3. Juried art show opens tonight  | Add your comment
  4. Grant to create pocket parks  | Add your comment
  5. Alleged murderer indicted  | Add your comment
  6. Brother makes plea in trafficking case  | Add your comment
  7. City budget main point for Ironton Council meeting  | Add your comment
  8. Water available for Windsor Township residents  | Add your comment
  9. A ‘Day of Elegance’  | Add your comment
  10. Jail lease on commission agenda  | Add your comment
  11. Community Mission Outreach celebrating 30 years  | Add your comment
  12. Kasich: Tax cuts, innovation can continue Ohio’s success  | Add your comment
  13. Free healthy heart screening is March 5 in South Point  | Add your comment
  14. Bill would expand access to drug overdose antidote  | Add your comment

Sports

Ironton cuts down Oaks in order to cut down nets

Fighting Tigers win D3 sectional title, 52-35 JACKSON — A living room recliner or a front porch swing are places to get comfortable, not the ... Read more | Add your comment

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  2. Panthers shake off rust to claim sectional title  | Add your comment
  3. Hornets beat Dragons for D3 sectional title  | Add your comment

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Museum volunteer lauded

Colleagues recall Deer’s contributions to county   A leading light in the county’s historical society is being remembered for her contributions to the community. Naomi ... Read more | Add your comment

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Weather taking toll on us all

Many times, we do not think about certain things in life until they are not available. That could include electric, gas, food or even water. ... Read more | Add your comment

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Since when is clothing news?

Somehow I managed to miss the first day of DressGate, and for that, I am truly ... Read more | Add your comment

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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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Protest against housing complex continues

ROME TOWNSHIP — A proposed project for senior citizens in Rome Township that neighbors there are fighting brought the protest once again before the Lawrence ... Read more | Add your comment