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$75,000 takes it all SOLD. The auctioneer cried out and Tiffany Corbin threw her arms around her father’s neck. The Tower House was hers. In ... Read more | Add your comment

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Tax lien sales gaining popularity

Thirty-three of Ohio’s 88 counties offer tax lien sales as a way to recoup back property taxes, according to county treasurer Stephen Burcham, who introduced ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Court gives Proctorville man second chance  | Add your comment
  2. Driver crashes into mobile home  | Add your comment
  3. Day of the Sun will rock Ro-Na tonight  | Add your comment

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‘Bobcat Invasion’ will be at Ashland Town Center Mall

Event highlights OUS’ academic offerings Ohio University Southern Campus will host its fourth annual “Bobcat Invasion” event at the Ashland Town Center Mall from 5-9 ... Read more | Add your comment

Thanksgiving trash collection schedule

— The city of Ironton will not collect trash on Thursday (Thanksgiving Day). Residents who normally have trash collected on Thursday will be picked up ... Read more | Add your comment

Area churches come together for 1 cause

Area churches come together for 1 cause

CHESAPEAKE — The annual Thanksgiving service for the area churches took place at the newly built Big Branch Church on Sunday evening. “All of the ... Read more | Add your comment

Parcels being assessed

Re-evaluation process continues Photographers are currently in Perry, Rome and Windsor townships, as well of the city of Ironton, recording some of the 55,000 parcels in ... Read more | Add your comment

‘Jango’ introduced to  Dawson-Bryant BOE

‘Jango’ introduced to Dawson-Bryant BOE

School district paid $3,000 toward drug dog COAL GROVE — In a little more than a week on the job, the Coal Grove Police Department’s new ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. FOI will soon be sole owners of Ro-Na  | Add your comment
  2. Mayor: Public meeting ‘overall very positive’  | Add your comment
  3. Christmas tea well attended  | Add your comment
  4. Students help build Habitat houses  | Add your comment
  5. Kiwanis Club to host ‘Breakfast with Santa’  | Add your comment
  6. Thoman remembered by loved ones, teachers  | Add your comment
  7. Community in mourning  | Add your comment
  8. Grand jury to hear burglary case  | Add your comment
  9. County roads focus of safety study  | Add your comment
  10. Cattlemen’s group adds upgrade to fair barn  | Add your comment
  11. Courts conduct food drive  | Add your comment
  12. Free dinner well attended  | Add your comment
  13. Going global: Model UN students argue for, against resolutions  | Add your comment
  14. Couple pleads not guilty  | Add your comment


Buckeyes have bigger game after Michigan

Buckeyes have bigger game after Michigan

COLUMBUS (AP) — The Ohio State Buckeyes have talked all season about playing for championships in November. Now that they really are, can it be a ... Read more | Add your comment

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  2. OSU’s Spence ineligible after drug appeal fails  | Add your comment
  3. Bengals Smith on IRL  | Add your comment


UPS driver delivers good-byes

UPS driver delivers good-byes

  Co-workers, family and friends all gathered for a breakfast at the UPS center in Ashland Friday morning to celebrate Dave Damron’s retirement. Damron has ... Read more | Add your comment

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Just $5 can impact community

At face value, $5 may not seem like that much money, like its impact would be very small. That just simply isn’t true — especially ... Read more | Add your comment


Maybe I’m a tad bit Grinch

Is it possible to dread the holidays just as much as you love them? I’d say ... Read more | Add your comment


Defendants answer charges in CP court

The dockets of Lawrence County’s common pleas court were filled Wednesday as defendants answered charges for a variety of crimes. James Adams, 34, of 2439 ... Read more | Add your comment

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Wife gets probation in All Seasons scam case

Four years probation and the expectation to pay back thousands of dollars to duped homeowners was the punishment for one half of the couple charged ... Read more | Add your comment

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