Helping the hungry

Helping the hungry

  Every Monday and Wednesday from 9 a.m.-noon the Ironton First United Methodist Church’s Harvest for the Hungry food pantry has a food giveaway for ... Read more | Add your comment

Latest news

Coal Grove residents to vote on fire levy

COAL GROVE — The Coal Grove City Council voted Tuesday to place a 2 mil tax levy on the November ballot that would bring in ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Group aims to improve Ironton’s Christmas  | Add your comment
  2. Man killed by escort possibly linked to missing women  | Add your comment
  3. Carrier to perform at farmers market concert  | Add your comment

The Latest

Project to repair flooding woes

CHESAPEAKE — Motorists will have some traffic slowdowns for the next few months as a long-sought drainage project on Rockwood Avenue starts soon. “They will ... Read more | Add your comment

New Ironton firefighter sworn in

Seth Saunders will soon battle fires and help the city as he was sworn in Monday morning as the newest member of the Ironton Fire ... Read more | Add your comment

Grants helping others

When locals need a helping hand, the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) is there to help out. Offered through the Community Action Organization (CAO) the ... Read more | Add your comment

Kasich says he’s not using ‘hot rhetoric’ for support

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio’s governor says he isn’t going to use “hot rhetoric” or campaign promises that won’t be kept as he tries to move ... Read more | Add your comment

1st -time bicyclists taking special flight

1st -time bicyclists taking special flight

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Claire Davidson sat confidently on her bike and rode around the Lose the Training Wheels training course at Huntington High School. Before ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Local high school student wins world championship horse show  | Add your comment
  2. Good Eats  | Add your comment
  3. Former STAR employee files suit  | Add your comment
  4. Drug suspects make court appearance  | Add your comment
  5. Summer reading program ends with dance performance  | Add your comment
  6. Church summer program offers encourages reading, fun  | Add your comment
  7. 4 arrested in drug bust  | Add your comment
  8. Commission, CAO to meet over fund decision  | Add your comment
  9. State looking into DJFS  | Add your comment
  10. Whitwell rezoning ordinance dies at council  | Add your comment
  11. Ohio Supreme Court candidate visits Ironton High School  | Add your comment
  12. Tax collections boost coffers  | Add your comment
  13. Local tumbling team heading to national competition  | Add your comment
  14. Drug bust ends with four arrests  | Add your comment

Sports

Rose bobblehead day Sept. 12

Rose bobblehead day Sept. 12

CINCINNATI — Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose will be the third and final player featured in the Cincinnati Reds “Stars of the Queen City” ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Leake, Votto cool off Cardinals  | Add your comment
  2. Brown changes stance to start Bengals’ HOF  | Add your comment
  3. Goodell upholds Brady’s 4-game suspension  | Add your comment

Feature

Big Brothers Big Sisters makes huge difference

Big Brothers Big Sisters makes huge difference

  Local mentor gets national distinction   Being a sister is something that came naturally to Carrie Stambaugh. After all, growing up with five siblings ... Read more | Add your comment

Special Section


Editorials

Giving kudos to community

If the past week’s headlines have been any indication, there are some people here in Lawrence County doing some pretty amazing things and congratulations are ... Read more | Add your comment

Opinions

Tribune strives to be best

For a century and a half, the Tribune has been a part of the Lawrence County ... 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

Hot Topics

Sheriff: Jail conditions worsening

Ninety-two prisoners were in the Lawrence County Jail on Monday. That is 65 more than the state says should be housed there. On top of ... Read more | Add your comment