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Holzer holds science awards banquet  Pike County News Watchman

Holzer Health System recently honored outstanding local high school science graduates at its 36th Annual High School Science Awards Banquet. The scholars ...



Students excel at district science fair - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

RIO GRANDE — Several students from Lawrence County earned honors in the 2019 Southern Ohio District 14 Science Day on March 23. The event took place ...



Making the grade - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

By Heath Harrison, Dustin Melchior and Mark Shaffer. COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Education has released its report cards for school performance ...



Food drive taking place throughout county - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

The Avenge Hunger Food Drive, conducted by Armstrong, is currently taking place throughout Lawrence County to benefit the Backpack Buddies organization of ...



BREAKING: Lawson sentenced to death in quadruple murder case  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON — You could hear a pin drop inside a Lawrence County courtroom Thursday as Arron Lawson was sentenced to death for the slaying of four family ...



Lawrence County Commission candidate: Bob McCollister (D) | Oh  Huntington Herald Dispatch

NAME: Bob McCollister. CANDIDATE FOR: Lawrence County Commissioner. PARTY: Democrat. CAMPAIGN WEBSITE: bobmccollister.com. HOME CITY: ...



New Rock Hill football coach Lutz is his own man  Huntington Herald Dispatch

PEDRO, Ohio - The mannerisms are similar, as is the inflection in his voice.People watching Mark Lutz talk to his Rock Hill High School football team after ...



Rock Hill schools have new superintendent - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Rock Hill High School Principal David Hopper has a new job. On Thursday night, the Rock Hill Board of Education hired him as the school system's ...



Kick up your heels for St. Paddy's Day around the Tri-State  Huntington Herald Dispatch

With St. Patrick's Day on a Sunday, it is going to be a long, winding and rowdy road, a fiddlin' your way to the pot o' gold.



Bands to compete Saturday at Rock Hill - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

The Rock Hill High School band will host the first Ohio Music Education Association band competition of the season in southern Ohio on Saturday at the Rock ...



Ring in the New Year in style  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Christmas is cashed and we've got the torn paper in the living room to prove it.We've got a nice long holiday weekend brewing with New Year's Eve on Monday ...



Man uses chainsaw to create art - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Travis Williams, of Wurtland, Kentucky, said he was on a trip to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, when he saw an artist creating pieces from wood with a chainsaw.



OU Southern nursing programs awarded funding  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON — Ohio University Southern and Collins Career Center have been awarded more than $100000 for their nursing programs as part of a collaborative ...



Holzer science awards banquet honors students  Gallipolis Daily Tribune

Holzer Health System recently honored outstanding local high school science graduates at its 36th annual High School Science Awards Banquet.The scholars ...



Fruth Pharmacy philanthrophy benefits OUS scholarship - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Pharmacy owners Jack and Frances Fruth wanted to use their family-owned company to impact the quality of life in the Ohio and West Virginia communities ...



Garbage spill snarls I-64 traffic in Barboursville  Huntington Herald Dispatch

BARBOURSVILLE — A garbage truck that spilled its load Monday afternoon across Interstate 64's westbound lanes snarled tracked for more than an hour in ...



Former Marshall president Roland Nelson dies  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Former Marshall University President Roland Hill Nelson Jr. died March 21 in Greensboro, North Carolina, at the age of 90.



Finding Bobby Brice - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

I pressed the side of my forehead to the passenger seat window of my grandfather's pickup truck, watching the wooden posts on the guardrail fly by as we drove ...



ACTC will host Young Men's Conference featuring singer Gerardo Mejia  Huntington Herald Dispatch

ASHLAND — Area leaders will share their advice for success at the Young Men's Conference on Tuesday, March 12, at Ashland Community and Technical ...



Schools, state offices to be closed Wednesday for day of mourning  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Gov. Jim Justice has announced Wednesday will be a state holiday in observance of a National Day of Mourning for President George H.W. ...



Huntington St. Joe wins Class A state championship  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHARLESTON — Huntington St. Joe's Paige Shy came into Saturday's game wanting to leave a lasting impression in her final game with the Irish.As it turned ...



Photos: WSAZ Invitational, Middle School Wrestling | Multimedia  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Middle school wrestling at the WSAZ Invitational tournament takes place on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in Huntington.



Lost Huntington: Becker Music Store | Lost Huntington  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Over the years, the Becker Music Store, operated by a father and his two sons, played a huge role in the musical life of Huntington, tutoring ...



Clyde Beal: A senior who still enjoys his life at work  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Here's an uplifting story about Ronald Maynard, a prostate cancer survivor who refuses to retire from the job he loves; a 77 year-old senior who scheduled 38 ...



Expansion, more jobs coming to Toyota's plant in Putnam County  Huntington Herald Dispatch

BUFFALO, W.Va. — A doubling of one production line and the addition of 123 jobs were announced Thursday by officials at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing ...



John Rosemond: The changes from a pre-parenting era  Huntington Herald Dispatch

There is child raising and there is "parenting." America replaced the former with the latter in the 1970s and it's been downhill ever since.



UPDATE: Cabell Midland to reopen Friday following oven fire  Huntington Herald Dispatch

ONA — Cabell Midland High School students will be on a regular schedule Friday, Nov. 2, after they were dismissed early Thursday after an oven in the school's ...



Social Security tax exemption passes Senate  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Social Security beneficiaries are one step closer to having more money in their pockets following the state Senate's Thursday ...



Police ID man who died in Hurricane officer-involved shooting  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — West Virginia State Police has released the name of the victim of a suspect who was shot and killed during a shootout that occurred with ...



Sources say WVU, Troy's Neal Brown close to deal  Huntington Herald Dispatch

West Virginia and Troy's Neal Brown are completing a deal to make him the next coach of the Mountaineers, two people familiar with the situation told The ...



Rock Hill graduates excited for future - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

The Rock Hill class of 2017 took the final step of their high school careers Saturday, receiving their diplomas at the school's 67th annual commencement.



Two jailed on felony charges  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The Herald-Dispatch. BARBOURSVILLE – Two people have been jailed on felony charges since Wednesday afternoon, according to booking records kept at ...



Another hotel in Ironton, part of revitalization project  The Independent

0802hotel1 -- The site where the new hotel will be built.



High School Basketball Roundup: Fairview gets even with Greenup Co.  The Independent

WESTWOOD Three Eagles score 14 or more points as Fairview eked out a win over Greenup County on Saturday night at George Cooke Memorial Gymnasium.



Milton preps for massive WV Pumpkin Fest  Huntington Herald Dispatch

We've turned the calendar into October and that means from costume contests and haunted houses to celebrations of The Great Pumpkin, Halloween is just ...



Huntington's Pearl Harbor ceremony to honor the fallen  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — In 1987, the first year wreaths were placed into the Ohio River at Huntington in remembrance of the Pearl Harbor attack on Dec. 7, 1941, 26 ...



John Rosemond: Child's dislike of school concerns parents  Huntington Herald Dispatch

QUESTION: Our 9-year-old daughter recently announced to us that she doesn't like school, doesn't want to go and doesn't want to do the work. We've been ...



Marshall seeking end to losing streak  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Marshall's Thundering Herd skids into an I-64 men's basketball rivalry game against Morehead State University on a three-game losing streak.



Derby dishes and drinks to celebrate a Kentucky legacy  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Off to the races! One doesn't have to be in the crowd of nearly 160000 fans gathering at Churchill Downs to enjoy the festivities of the Kentucky Derby on ...



Marching Thunder to host Marching Band Competition Saturday at Joan C. Edwards Stadium  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON – Marshall University's marching band, The Marching Thunder, will host 23 high school bands for its annual marching band competition Saturday ...



Holzer Health Systems recognizes students at Science Awards Banquet  Huntington Herald Dispatch

GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Health System recently honored outstanding local high school science graduates at its 36th annual High School Science Awards ...



Rock Hill senior league baseball team headed to state tournament  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON - With a little help from their friends, members of the Rock Hill 16 and under Little League baseball team will be headed to the state tournament in ...



Lost Huntington: Frederick Hotel | Lost Huntington  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — It's been nearly a half century since the Frederick Hotel checked out its last guest, but Huntingtonians still talk about it today. In its heyday, the ...



Council members seek more info on hospital board deal  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Several Huntington City Council members say they want more information before supporting an ordinance that would see them give up the ...



Thousands line the streets in Ironton for Memorial Day parade  The Independent

Boyd Hiser, 86, is a living witness to the horrors of war.



MIKE JAMES: Memorial Day on my street | Featured  The Independent

They call it Memorial Day, but on my street it starts a week ahead.



Police: 2 killed at Kentucky grocery store  Huntington Herald Dispatch

JEFFERSONTOWN, Ky. — A male suspect fatally shot a man and a woman at a Kroger grocery store on the outskirts of Louisville, Kentucky, and then ...



Lost Huntington: Schiff's Shoes | Lost Huntington  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Born in Russian Lithuania, Robert W. Schiff received a Talmudic education before coming to the United States in 1905. He recalled in 1951 ...



Historic Camden Park kicks off its 20th year of its Halloween-themed Spooktacular  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The family-owned Camden Park is prepped for the landing of the 20th annual Spooktacular, the Halloween-themed event that kicks off Friday, Oct. 5 and rolls ...



Pomeroy prepping for 18th annual Big Bend Blues and Brews Bash set for Friday and Saturday  Huntington Herald Dispatch

POMEROY, OHIO — Two nights of explosive live music and a local craft beer festival will highlight the 18th annual Big Bend Blues & Brews Bash, which takes ...



Stephanie Hill: A trip through time in historic Alderson, West Virginia  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Author's note: This is the first of two installations regarding the Greenbrier Valley area. This piece will focus mostly on Alderson, West Virginia. Next week will ...



HHS escapes Belfry, 17-9  Huntington Herald Dispatch

BELFRY, Ky. — For Huntington coach Billy Seals, it wasn't the prettiest game he'd coached with the Highlanders. However, Friday night's 17-9 win over Belfry in ...



2018-19 H.S. Girls Basketball Preview — Ironton: Lady Tigers 'listening, working'  The Independent

Ironton has finally run out of Lexies, at least for the time being.



Lost Huntington: Smoot Advertising Company | Lost Huntington  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Over the years, the Smoot Advertising Company, founded in 1907, put up hundreds, if not thousands, of outdoor billboards in every corner of the ...



Tri-State summer concert series kicking off  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Read it now and believe it later, but Memorial Day Weekend is only a week away. School will be out soon, and summer concert series across ...



Murderer faces second lifetime sentence in incest, sexual assault conviction  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — A convicted murderer faces a second lifetime behind prison bars after a Cabell County jury found him guilty Monday of sexually assaulting a ...



Marshall University honors lives lost with fountain ceremony on Nov. 14  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Wednesday, Nov. 14, is scheduled as a day of remembrance with the 48th Annual Fountain Ceremony starting at noon within the Memorial ...



BREAKING: Herd QB Thomson to start vs. MT  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON – Marshall quarterback Alex Thomson will start in place of injured quarterback Isaiah Green on Friday against Middle Tennessee.



Photos: Marshall vs. Morehead State, baseball | Multimedia  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Marshall takes on Morehead State during NCAA baseball game on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at the YMCA Kennedy Center in Huntington.



Child overdose case goes to grand jury  The Independent

IRONTON What happened when a 2-year-old boy died in an Ironton apartment in January remains unclear after a man charged in the death waived a hearing ...



Lost Huntington: Blue Jay Manufacturing | Lost Huntington  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Charles W. Watts was one of early Huntington's most successful businessmen. He was not only president of the Watts, Ritter & Co., a large ...



Greenup superintendent retiring, will stay active in education  The Independent

LLOYD Retiring Superintendent Sherry Horsley leaves the Greenup County School District a better system than when she took on the job five years ago, ...



Columbus Zoo, Nat Geo team up for new TV show  Huntington Herald Dispatch

POWELL, Ohio - With more than 10000 animals in their care and over 2.4 million guests welcomed a year, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and The Wilds have ...



Clyde Beal: Salvation Army has served for over 150 years  Huntington Herald Dispatch

How often have we driven past the Salvation Army on 3rd Avenue without the slightest notion of the community support going on inside the building? If we do ...



Marshall University Theater presents sister-fueled comedy, drama  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Next week, families and all the personalities that make up those units will find themselves under one roof, stuffed around a Thanksgiving table, ...



Review: 'A Star Is Born' is dizzyingly wonderful  Huntington Herald Dispatch

It's hard not to go into "A Star Is Born " without a lot of prejudgments. Even if you haven't seen the other three versions, the mere fact that they.



West Nile virus confirmed in Cabell County mosquitoes  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — West Nile virus has been confirmed in several groups of mosquitoes under surveillance in Cabell County, the Cabell-Huntington Health ...



Big Sandy Arena to host Wing Fling in celebration of chicken wings  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Game day or any day, there is nothing like a chicken wing. Football tailgate fans and others will be flapping about chicken wings in Huntington ...



September brings more festivals  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Here are some of the big events coming up in September. To add your event to our calendar, visit www.herald-dispatch.com/hdcalendar/ and click Add Event.



Path to success - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

With summer vacation over, the Rock Hill schools are looking to continue to improve their academic programs. At Rock Hill Middle School, they are creating a ...



Library receives $400000 for new building project  Huntington Herald Dispatch

BARBOURSVILLE — The Cabell County Public Library is one step closer to funding a new branch for the village of Barboursville.



Photos: Ironton Prom Grand March | Multimedia  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Ironton High School's prom grand march is held on Saturday, May 7, 2016, in Ironton.



Names released in Thursday shooting in Huntington  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — An Ohio man was arrested Thursday after he was accused of shooting a man during an argument outside of a medical office.



Quadruple murder trial starts with guilty plea  The Independent

IRONTON A horrific picture of four family members ambushed and shot in their own home by a lurking assailant unfolded Thursday on the first day of the trial of ...



Rock Hill wins at Engineering Day - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Rock Hill High School took home the top honor in Engineering Day at Ironton High School on Wednesday. The competition was organized by Collins Career ...



Man sought in Greenup County shooting  The Independent

GREENUP -- Authorities are searching for a man they say shot his girlfriend during a domestic dispute early Sunday morning in Greenup County.



PLTW robotics competition held at Marshall - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Lawrence County Project Lead The Way students competed in a robotics competition over the weekend at Marshall University. Funded by Collins Career ...



Three more defendants in heroin ring bust plead guilty  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON – Three men indicted for their roles in a major, multi-state heroin and fentanyl distribution network pleaded guilty Monday to a federal drug ...



A dozen fun events to choose from in downtown Huntington this weekend  Huntington Herald Dispatch

It's one of those weekends where it's all happening in downtown Huntington. It all starts with a Herd Party at Pullman Square on Thursday, a blues fest Friday, ...



Video: Demolition of the Ironton-Russell Bridge | Local Videos  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The demolition happened Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Video courtesy of the Ohio Department of Transportation Southern Ohio District 9.



2018-19 H.S. Boys Basketball Preview — Ironton: Malleable group 'enjoyable to coach'  The Independent

Mark LaFon thought Ironton lived up to its nickname last season, even if the record didn't show it.



'We did not get here overnight': suspect in toddler's drug OD in court  The Independent

IRONTON Two-year-old Bentley Deer was brought to King's Daughters Medical Center hospital in Ashland late on the night of Jan. 27.



Capper to run for common pleas judge - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Lawrence County Municipal Court Judge Donald Capper has announced that he intends to run for the Lawrence County Common Pleas Court judge position ...



OU Southern Community Band concert set  The Independent

The Ohio University Southern Community Band will perform its annual Christmas concert at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Ironton Briggs Library, 321 South Fourth St., ...



Flat Tracker wants to create new event with multi-band concert  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The Huntington-based band Flat Tracker represents the straight rock and roll side of the Tri-State music scene, bringing original music and a three guitar front to ...



UPDATE: Wanted man now facing attempted murder charges after shootout with police  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - A Cabell County man who has evaded police since a shooting incident June 20 is now facing two charges of attempted murder after ...



Lost Huntington: Simms Elementary School  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Simms Elementary School, at 1680 11th Ave., served Huntington's Fairfield West Neighborhood as an elementary school for more than 60 years.



John Gillispie: 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' rekindles the romance  Huntington Herald Dispatch

"Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" is sentimental, charming and cute, but it also has an interesting story to tell. Remember in the movie "Mamma Mia!



A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier moving to fall in 2019  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. – This year's A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier will be the last during the Fourth of July holiday week, according to Habibi ...



Photos: Huntington Community Honors Carwood Lipton | Multimedia  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Local representatives gather to honor the late Huntington native 1st Lt. Carwood Lipton on Saturday, June 30, 2018, at Beverly Hills United Methodist Church in ...



West Virginia Public Broadcasting nominated for regional emmy awards  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Public Broadcasting production team has been nominated for Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards. These nominations are ...



Pennington named Ohio U.'s interim executive dean for regional higher education  The Independent

Ohio University's Executive Vice President and Provost, Dr. Chaden Djalali, announced today that Dr. Nicole Pennington, Dean of the University's Southern ...



Lawrence County, Ohio woman charged with murder  The Independent

A woman accused of fatally shooting the father of their child during a custody exchange in a South Point, Ohio McDonald's parking lot is on the lam.



Members Choice names 2018 scholarship winners  The Independent

Ashland Members Choice Credit Union recently awarded ten scholarships to help student member-owners meet higher education goals.



Holzer honors high school science students  Daily Sentinel

OHIO VALLEY — Holzer Health System recently honored outstanding local high school science graduates at its 35th Annual High School Science Awards Ban.



Waldo sworn in - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

On Friday, attorney Kevin Waldo became Ironton Municipal Court Judge Kevin Waldo. In his 38-year career, Waldo has held a number of positions: attorney, ...



Burlington hosts Meet the Candidates - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

BURLINGTON — Candidates for the May 8 primary election made their pitch to voters and answered questions on Thursday at the Meet the Candidates forum ...



Raceland native makes Sundance cut for second time  The Independent

Filmmaker Martha Stephens lives in Washington; her latest movie is set is in Oklahoma and it may lead her onto the road to fame and fortune in Park City, Utah.



'Full of love and support' — ACTC hosts young women's conference  The Independent

ASHLAND Ashland Community & Technical College hosted the 6th Annual Ashland Young Women Lead Conference this week, offering inspirational messages ...



Full of Feltners: Wife-husband duo helps lead daughter, Lady Bulldogs  The Independent

LOUISA Melinda Feltner needed another assistant coach. The guy she hired half-joked that “rock-bottom desperation” was what caused Feltner to settle on the ...



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