McARTHUR — If you were to stop into Michele Royster’s kindergarten classroom at Central Elementary on a Friday afternoon, you’ll likely be greeted by curious children wanting hugs, high fives and the opportunity to show off their new shoes or jackets. Read more
McARTHUR — If you were to stop into Michele Royster’s kindergarten classroom at Central Elementary on a Friday afternoon, you’ll likely be greeted by curious children wanting hugs, high fives and the opportunity to show off their new shoes or jackets.
LIBERTY TWP. — The Jackson Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a single-vehicle crash that took place on Nov. 18.
HAMDEN — After a recent community meeting to gather public opinion about Hamden’s water system, Hamden Village Council members voted they would make the switch over to the Jackson County Water Company once their current contract with Wellston City Water expires in February of 2020.
RAY — A popular Boy Scouts retreat destination will be suspending its operations next year.
Note: This story appears in the Wednesday, Nov. 20 newspaper on Page B2.
After winning just two games last season, Jackson is hoping for more on-the-court success this year.
With talent up and down the roster, along with experienced players, Oak Hill wants to uphold its standard and add some hardware this season.
Vinton County girls basketball over the past two seasons have won over 40 games. This year, it wants to add a district championship.
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