Physicist, president take Chautauqua weekend stage
Chautauqua stage preps for gorilla advocacy
Frankenstein author next in Chautauqua lineup
Chief Cornstalk speaks
Chief Cornstalk first-up for Chautauqua
- Primatologist portrayal - 9:52 pm
- Police check out abandoned car - 7:01 pm
- News from around the Mountain State - 6:20 pm
- Chautauqua performance moves to Ariel tonight - 4:36 pm updated: 4:41 pm.
- Gallipolis vapor shop wants to ‘Respect the Journey’ - 9:28 pm
- City continues debate on veterans posters - 6:35 pm
- 70 years of “hometown service” - 6:21 pm
- Marshall offers online master’s degree in math - 2:51 pm
- Japanese culture, cuisine subject of Marshall course - 2:48 pm
- Sheriff encourages boating safety this summer - 9:44 pm
- Undergrads work on biomedical research at Marshall - 2:42 pm
- Body found in Portland gravel pit - 8:45 pm updated: 10:39 am.
- PVH honors its own at annual luncheon - 5:17 pm
- Queen hopeful donates to ‘Pennies’ - 6:21 pm
- Mid-Ohio Valley Amateur Radio Club Field Day set - 5:56 pm
- Gillies named ‘Volunteer of the Year’ - 4:57 pm
- Prosecutor supports address confidentiality law - 3:21 pm
- Main Street ‘Market Days’ - 6:32 pm
- Rutland man robbed, assaulted in Meigs - 6:01 pm
- Gallia ponders using GDC cottages - 5:55 pm
- Gallia receives $181K one-time rebate - 5:47 pm
- URG reveals ‘Spotlight on Success’ winners - 5:32 pm
- Court house to fly flag half-staff - 4:53 pm
- Ariel features international talent - 4:53 pm
- Gallia plans aerial marketing project - 5:46 pm
- French Art Colony hosts garden, tasting tour - 5:32 pm updated: 5:34 pm.
- Elder Abuse Awareness Day is June 15 - 6:38 pm
- EMS assault suspect arrested for failure to appear - 6:31 pm
- Dogs of the Week - 5:27 pm
- Gallia ramps up full summer schedule - 6:46 pm updated: 10:30 pm.
- Area students honored at 33rd Science Awards - 6:28 pm
- Knife-stabbing turns into police pursuit - 6:11 pm
- Milling through the market - 6:48 pm
- ‘Hot Summer Nights’ begins - 4:56 pm
- Ferrell becomes Eagle Scout - 12:38 pm
- Grant provides ‘Small Town-Big Dreams’ program - 12:10 pm
- Gallipolis to see new traffic lights soon - 6:37 pm
- Gallia man found dead in golf course pond - 5:57 pm
- BCI investigates alleged URG sexual assault - 5:54 pm
- City directs poster initiative to park, planning board - 6:50 pm
- City police save two from overdose - 5:55 pm
- Annual Gallipolis Rotary Mile set for July 4 - 5:22 pm
- Smith Chevrolet goes to bat for Mason County Little League - 1:34 pm
- Wolfe named circulation manager of OVP - 1:30 pm
- City police investigate armed robbery - 6:10 pm
- News from around the Mountain State - 5:38 pm
- Appeals court upholds Plymale murder case decision - 5:26 pm
- ‘Failure to yield’ causes 49K crashes in 2015 - 4:54 pm
- AAA7 presents free diabetes program to Gallia - 4:37 pm
- Ariel uses capital funds for restoration - 7:27 pm
Sheriff encourages boating safety this summer
GALLIPOLIS — Gallia County Sheriff Joe Browning asks the public to remember safety this boating season as fishing tournaments and water enthusia...
Undergrads work on biomedical research at Marshall
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Seventeen undergraduate students from 10 institutions are spending part of their summer conducting biomedical research in Ma...
Body found in Portland gravel pit
PORTLAND, Ohio — The body of a West Virginia man was discovered Sunday in a gravel pit of a Meigs County business. The body of Brandon M. Lupardu...
PVH honors its own at annual luncheon
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — At Pleasant Valley Hospital’s 2016 Employee Awards Luncheon, nearly 70 employees were honored for five or more yea...
Queen hopeful donates to ‘Pennies’
Alexis Wothe, Gallipolis River Recreation Scholarship Pageant contestant, donates $250 to the Pennies for Protection cause working on its third bullet...
Mid-Ohio Valley Amateur Radio Club Field Day set
GALLIPOLIS — Residents are invited to try their hand at operating a ham radio and enjoying a cookout, when members of the Mid-Ohio Valley Amateu...
Dave Gray named OHSAA Interim Commissioner
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Former OHSAA Board of Directors President Dave Gray has been named Interim Commissioner of the Ohio High School Athletic Associ...
Public encouraged to help Monarch butterflies
This fall your local soil and water conservation districts will be doing their part to help monarch butterflies and other pollinator species, and your...
Wahama’s Rachel Roque signs with OU-C softball
MASON, W.Va. — A taste of success only makes the hunger for it that much greater.After leading the Wahama softball team to the regional tourname...
Cochran, Roque help victorious South in all-star game
BUFFALO, W.Va. — Two out of three ain’t bad, especially when you don’t even lose the third.The South All-Star Team — which fea...
OHSAA sets football playoff regions for 2016
To make it easy, whatever region your school competed in last year, just add two.That’s because, per the Ohio High School Athletic Association...
Elks present cerebral palsy grants
Richard Borton, Exalted Ruler of Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107, and Nelson Dray, cerebral palsy chairman for the Gallipolis Elks, presented cerebral palsy...
Wahama High School holds 56th Alumni Banquet
MASON, W.Va. — Over 175 alumni and guests gathered at Wahama High School for the 56th annual alumni banquet.Classes graduating in years ending i...
Bank awards Gallia grad $1K scholarship
PATRIOT — Peoples Bancorp Foundation, a nonprofit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, awarded recent Gallia Acade...
GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia County Gun Club conducted its annual Officer of the Year dinner June 2. There were 94 Gallia County officers, judges and...
Neff Pediatric Fund supporters
The Earl Neff Pediatric Fund at Holzer is supported by area businesses and organizations. The pediatric fund, in existence for more than 45 years, has...
Let me tell you about my grandpaw
One of our daughters-in-law, Jessica, led her two oldest children, Kinsley and Zaven, into sending to me a grandpaw recognition for Father’s Day...
Summer break shouldn’t mean going hungry
For children across Ohio, summer break is beginning, and for many families that means vacations and summer camps and barbeques.But for too many, it al...
The beautiful, deadly ocean
It’s Monday, the first full day of a weeklong vacation at Myrtle Beach, and the ocean is sparkling and inviting. Children laugh as they bob in t...
Getting comfortable at 35,000 feet
Editor’s Note: Listen to the podcast of this column.I’m high on a plane — 35,000 feet high that is, and cozy with my coffee and my b...
Social Security benefits citizens outside U.S.
Over half a million people who live outside the United States receive some kind of Social Security benefit, including retired and disabled workers, as...
Words have great power for good, bad
When we are kids, we are told that sticks and stones may break bones, but words can never hurt us.As we get older, we realize just how wrong this is.W...