OAK HILL — The Oak Hill Festival of Flags has new royalty who will be representing the festival at various events, starting with their own.
Note: This story appears in the Wednesday, May 22 newspaper on Page A7.
McARTHUR — Sheila Turn, known as “Grandma Turn” to the many youth who stayed in Sojourners Care Network’s transitional housing, supervised the building during at night when it first came to Vinton County in 2004.
CREOLA — Capt. John Siverly Witherspoon had many roles during his time living in Swan Twp.: veteran, beekeeper, farmer, educator, preacher and even the town postmaster. He was known for hosting large oyster suppers in celebration of the New Year, with dozens of local residents in attendance.
The Southeast District released its all-district teams Tuesday afternoon.
Meigs was a site for a Division II district meet with Jackson boys and girls punching their tickets to regional action.
ROCKSPRINGS — Ten Vinton County track athletes are moving on.
Oak Hill didn't go down without a fight, but it wasn't enough as Wellston reigned supreme in sectionals for the first time since 2010.
- Tripp resigns as VCHS principal after one year
- Jackson High School announces 8 valedictorians for Class of 2019
- VCHS says goodbye to Class of 2019
- Oak Hill Festival of Flags set for this weekend
- Buck's Tobacco and U-Haul opens in Wellston
- 10 from Vinton County qualify for Regionals
- VCHS Student Honors for 2019
- Montgomery announces run for Ohio House's 93rd District
- Porter crowned Miss Festival of Flags
- Memorial Day ceremony planned for McArthur, Hamden