McDERMOTT — Both Oak Hill’s boys and girls track teams finished in the middle of the pack during the Southern Ohio Conference Championships at…
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Forty-eight local health departments and municipalities in 42 counties are sharing $813,610 in grant funding from Ohio EPA for mosquito control activities, including $143,000 to remove scrap tires, which can become breeding grounds for mosquito larvae.
COLUMBUS — Ohio High School Athletic Association member schools passed 12 of 14 proposed revisions to the OHSAA Constitution and Bylaws, Executive Director Doug Ute has announced. The OHSAA’s annual referendum voting period ended at 4 p.m. Monday.
Atomic Credit Union would like to congratulate all the 2022 high school graduates.
Many people today are struggling with the stress of everyday living and many feel lonely, depressed, and sad, but whatever you are going through today, be encouraged to know that God is able to take care of you. When we research the Hebrew name El Shaddai, we discover that it means, the all-sufficient one with all wisdom and authority and is commonly referred to as Omnipotent.
This is one of the more challenging columns I’ve written. I almost aborted it at the last minute. I still struggle with knowing when to try harder and when to accept and surrender. I’m more comfortable with working than sitting. Phyllis, a 55-year-old hospice patient, taught me that trying harder isn’t always what’s needed, or even wanted.
CHILLICOTHE — When Adena Health System’s Graduate Medical Education (GME) program began in 2012, there were only six physicians in the entire residency program.