Pictured above is a 3D rendering of a potential power project that would be located at the former Ormet site near Hannibal.

A potential natural gas fueled power plant was described as a “natural anchor” to attract other businesses to the area Monday, March 27 during a public information meeting at Monroe Central High School.

Pictured above are the Monroe Central BPA students at the Ohio BPA State Leadership Conference March 17 in Columbus. Front, at left: Gracie Gardner. Second row, from left to right: Eric Kemp, Mackenzie Allen, Sydney Schuerman, Leslie Lohr, Cheyenne Wagner and Morgan Dick. Third row: Kendall Lydick, Mattie Vinskovich, Kylie Rohal, Keslie Bable, Joni Betts. Back row: Kristen Wilson, Ashley Langsdorf, Lakelyn Monahan, Kait Matz, Madison Gates and Teresa Schuerman, advisor. Not pictured: Olivia Gauding and Juli

Our small town kids came up big in the Ohio Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference March 16-17 in Columbus.

Audrey Lohrey, along with Dixie Doodlebug and Bean, invite Monroe County’s pet owners to try her new venture Audie’s Angels. Lohrey’s full-service grooming and obedience training business will open full-time in April in Woodsfield.

How’s your favorite furry friend doing these days?

If he seems down, maybe he’s upset about his appearance.

A new business in Woodsfield can help lift Fido’s spirits and get him looking his best.

Pictured above is a 3D rendering of a potential power project that would be located at the former Ormet site near Hannibal.
Pictured above are the Monroe Central BPA students at the Ohio BPA State Leadership Conference March 17 in Columbus. Front, at left: Gracie Gardner. Second row, from left to right: Eric Kemp, Mackenzie Allen, Sydney Schuerman, Leslie Lohr, Cheyenne Wagner and Morgan Dick. Third row: Kendall Lydick, Mattie Vinskovich, Kylie Rohal, Keslie Bable, Joni Betts. Back row: Kristen Wilson, Ashley Langsdorf, Lakelyn Monahan, Kait Matz, Madison Gates and Teresa Schuerman, advisor. Not pictured: Olivia Gauding and Juli
Audrey Lohrey, along with Dixie Doodlebug and Bean, invite Monroe County’s pet owners to try her new venture Audie’s Angels. Lohrey’s full-service grooming and obedience training business will open full-time in April in Woodsfield.

Our Readers Write ... 3/30/17

Dear Editor:

The weekend of March 18, there was a benefit for a local family at the Midway Community Center. Isn’t this what a community center is all about? It is a place for members of the community to come together for benefits, reunions, wedding parties, and meals after funeral services for family members, as well as other fund raising events.

Rinard Mills 3/30/17

March 1 came in like a lion. Rain, thunder storms, and wind. The Little Muskingum River was higher than the usual flood. The water went over Route 26 at Dye Dip and Adams north of town, south at county line, Route 138 was flooded. We drove through the water to get to Matamoras--a no no!

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