Boss for the day

Boss for the day

Students take the helm at Dawson-Bryant Elementary The students at Dawson-Bryant Elementary School on Wednesday received five extra minutes of recess, made special projects in ... Read more | Add your comment

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Leaving his mark

Retired Ironton attorney reflects on long career Longtime Ironton attorney John Wolfe, who was instrumental in getting the Ironton City School’s Greyhound Tiger buses, retired ... Read more | Add your comment

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Ashland couple plead not guilty to murder of son

CATLETTSBURG, Ky. — Two Ashland residents charged in connection with the death of their 3-month-old son pleaded not guilty to charges on Friday. Leslie David ... Read more | Add your comment

Students show off scientific findings

Students show off scientific findings

Winners of event hosted at Chesapeake Middle will go to district event CHESAPEAKE — Middle school students from across the county competed in the Lawrence ... Read more | Add your comment

Bill to protect water

Brown hopes to introduce this week WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown is working on legislation this week aimed at protecting community water supplies. Brown’s ... Read more | Add your comment

Drug-price proposal sent to lawmakers

Aimed to fair pricing COLUMBUS (AP) — A proposal aimed at controlling the price Ohio pays for prescription drugs has been sent to state lawmakers ... Read more | Add your comment

Mountwest to host substance abuse prevention lunch and learn

Huntington, W.Va. — Mountwest Community and Technical College will host a free Substance Abuse Prevention Lunch and Learn on Thursday, Feb. 25. The event will ... Read more | Add your comment

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Dragons clinch share of OVC

Dragons clinch share of OVC

PROCTORVILLE — The Fairland Dragons clinched at least a share of the Ohio Valley Conference title on Friday. The Portsmouth Trojans didn’t make it easy for ... Read more | Add your comment

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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

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Be responsible during game

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest days for food consumption in the United States, coming in second behind Thanksgiving. While sales of guacamole ... Read more | Add your comment


Dealing with stress, anxiety

We all see it each day of our lives in some form or another. It doesn’t ... Read more | Add your comment




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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Mayoral runoff prompts questions

Voters aren’t happy. The candidates wish it wouldn’t happen this way. And the board of elections says it is less than thrilled. But voting absentee ... Read more | Add your comment