Open Door students sing, ring in Christmas

Open Door students sing, ring in Christmas

The seats were full and the gym walls lined with standing spectators as students at Open Door School on Friday helped spread the spirit of ... Read more | Add your comment

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Child Welfare Club donates to bike giveaway

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Church hosts first ‘A Very Special Christmas’ program

Church hosts first ‘A Very Special Christmas’ program

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Open Door students sing, ring in Christmas

Open Door students sing, ring in Christmas

The seats were full and the gym walls lined with standing spectators as students at Open Door School on Friday helped spread the spirit of ... Read more | Add your comment

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World’s Mrs. Ohio Tourism 2015 overcame rough past

World’s Mrs. Ohio Tourism 2015 overcame rough past

CHESAPEAKE— Latoria Potter, of Chesapeake, may have won World’s Mrs. Ohio Tourism 2015 in the World’s Miss Tourism Pageant, but life has not always been ... Read more | Add your comment

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Commissioners pass special funds budget

Without any discussion or comment the Lawrence County Commissioners passed at its Thursday meeting the special funds budget that finances such agencies as 911, the ... Read more | Add your comment