The Horse Whisperers 4-H club has continued its popular therapeutic riding program this year, overseeing its second event on June 26 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds. The program focuses on helping those with physical or mental disabilities through exercises on horseback. “I think it’s a lot of fun.

Last year the Beacon arrived at the home of John and Nira (Reed) Howell in Shadyside with an article and a picture of Eleanor (Mooney) Forrer and her grandmother Elizabeth (Davenport) Mooney’s 1879 wedding dress.

The financial woes of the Switzerland of Ohio Local School District (SOLSD) are widely known. Those woes could worsen if a tax levy, authorized by the Board of Education during its June 18 regular session meeting at Woodsfield Elementary, fails when brought before voters this November. 

Therapeutic riding program continues

The Horse Whisperers 4-H club has continued its popular therapeutic riding program this year, overseeing its second event on June 26 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds. The program focuses on helping those with physical or mental disabilities through exercises on horseback. “I think it’s a lot of fun. It’s nice to help these people out.

OUE Announces Spring 2015 Dean's List

 The following students have been named to the Ohio University Dean’s List while attending classes at the Eastern Campus for the winter semester ending May 1, 2015.  Students earn their place on the Dean’s List by completing at least 15 credit hours during the semester, 12 of which must be hours attempted for letter grades, with a minimum grade point average 3.5 on

Jorris Graduates From OSU With Doctorate

The family of Nicholas Scott Jorris would like to announce his recent graduation from The Ohio State University.  Nicholas earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree on May 9, 2015 and was the recipient of the Benjamin Balshone Student Award.  He is also a 2010 graduate of Ohio University, Athens, OH and a 2006 graduate of Monroe Central High School.  He is employed with Ta

Youth Can Apply For Royalty Contest

The opportunity of a lifetime awaits local youth who apply to serve as Junior Fair Royalty. Applications to be the 2015 Monroe County Junior Fair King, Queen, Prince, or Princess are now available. Contestants must be a member of 4-H, FFA, FHA, Grange, Farm Bureau, Boy Scouts, or Girl Scouts. Youth between the ages of 14 and 19 (as of Jan.

Pages

News

,

The Horse Whisperers 4-H club has continued its popular therapeutic riding program this year, overseeing its second event on June 26 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds.

Local Columnists

I’ve had conversations with people before about “first-world problems.” I’m not pretending to have coined that term, but I haven’t heard it a lot.