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Antique Floors at Monroe County Courthouse to Have Sheen Restored
Written by Darin Brown, General Manager   
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:59 PM
Pictured is a test section of floor that is cleaned and waxed. The line between clean and dirty can be seen.

Monroe County Commissioners had a light agenda for their July 21 regular session meeting. A motion was passed by commissioners to contract with One Source Cleaning Services of Hopewell, OH to strip, clean and wax the floors in the courthouse. The first, second and third floor atriums will be part of the massive cleaning effort to render clean the now dingy looking antique tile floors. The total cost of the project will be $3,858. The work will be done at night to avoid interruption of county business.

Meeting with commissioners was Monroe County Treasurer Judy Gramlich. Gramlich sought permission to digitize a portion of records at the cost of $6,500. The tax duplicates from 1996 to 2012 will be digitized as part of the upcoming project. The company completing the task has also recently worked with the Recorder’s Office and the Probate Court. 

 
AEP Ohio, Buckeye Power, Washington Electric Reach Agreement For Transmission Improvement
Written by Submitted   
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:58 PM

AEP Ohio, a unit of American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP), Buckeye Power and Washington Electric Cooperative have reached an agreement to improve electric service reliability in the Marietta and surrounding area.

The Marietta Area Transmission Improvement Project will be an approximate $110 million investment by AEP Ohio Transmission Company in southeastern Ohio. The project includes replacing and upgrading aging electrical equipment in Marietta and parts of Washington, Monroe and Noble counties. Construction on the project is expected to begin this fall and continue through 2022.

“This investment demonstrates the long-term commitment of AEP Ohio in southeastern Ohio,” said Pablo Vegas, AEP Ohio President and Chief Operating Officer. “Upgrading our transmission system is essential to ensure that we will continue to provide reliable power to households, businesses and industries in our area – not just tomorrow but far into the future.”

 
Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen to Celebrate 75 Years
Written by Staff   
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:57 PM

The Sons & Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen, (S&D) a nationally known historic preservation and magazine publishing organization will be celebrating its 75th anniversary.  To celebrate the historic organization’s milestone, several events will be held during the September 12 and 13 weekend for its members in Marietta and Clarington, Ohio.

Members and guests of S&D will attend a Friday evening social at the Ohio River Museum and tour the recently returned and renovated W.P. Snyder, Jr. steam towboat – the last of its kind in the United States.  Guests will have a chance to board the vessel during the event and take in the latest exhibit to be installed in the museum featuring an extensive collection of photographs by famed photographer Thornton Barrett.

On Saturday afternoon, the Ohio Valley River Museum in Clarington will host the organization’s members and invited guests at a catered white tent luncheon overlooking the Ohio River at the home of Sonja Taylor and Lou Lemmon. Clarington has deep roots within the organization as the hometown of its main founders, including J. Mack Gamble, Elizabeth Litton, and Robert Thomas.  Guests will be bused by motor coach from the Lafayette Hotel in Marietta to the venue.  Prior to the luncheon, a tour of the river museum and Hannibal Locks and Dam will be enjoyed. 

 
Barnesville Livestock 7/19/14 Results
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:57 PM

July 19  Total Head 171

Cattle 115 hd.; fats 0 hd.;  cows 30 hd; good $95-120; medium $75-94.75; thin $74.75 & down; baby calves 2 hd BH $50; WT $270; cow/calf pairs (1) BH $1150; bred cows (3) BH $ 1075-1470; bulls (6) hd WT $87.50-1365.

Feeders steers/bulls 53 hd.; med. 1 & 2  200-299 (5) $240-290; 300-399 (5) $226-260; 400-499 (7) $235-262.50; 500-599 (8) $175-237.50; 600-699 (7) $175-220; 700-799 (5) $188-200; 800-up (7) $123-152.; Holsteins (9) $67-140

Feeders med 1 & 2 heifers 18 hd; 200-299 (4) $172.50-245; 300-399 (3) $207.50-245;  400-499 (2) $110-155; 500-599 (3) $160-230; 600-699 (2) $142-175; 700-799 (3) $130-175; 800-up (1) $130.

 
Muskingum Livestock 7/16/14
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:56 PM

July 16

Total Head 1000 Fed cattle 204; choice steers $153-168; good steers $152 & down; holstein steers $128.50-136.50; choice heifers $152-169; good heifers $151 & down;  205 commercial cows  $98-140; canners and cutters $97 & down; 38 butcher bulls $110-156; bred cows & C/C pairs: 4 cows & cow/calf pair BH $1410-1675; feeder cattle 306; stocker steer & bull calves $160-300; stocker steer yearlings $115-230; holstein stocker steers $85-164;    stocker heifer calves $120-252; stocker heifer yearlings $105-216; calves 9; baby calves $462 & down; hogs  48; best barrows and gilts $95; heavier and lighter weights $91-93; sows $60-84; boars $73; feeder pigs by weight $80-125.

 
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