The numbers don’t add up for Woodsfield residents Audrey Lohrey and Cheryl Rubel.
For Monroe County salon owners, stylists and shaggy-haired clients (or at least those feeling that way), Friday, May 15 promises to be a day to celebrate.
“We are hopeful that kids with 4-H projects will still be able to show their projects in some fashion,” said Monroe County 4-H Educator Cheryl Goodrich. “Doing these projects and completing the projects is beneficial to kids regardless of whether (they) get to attend the fair or not.”
In less than a week, Monroe County found out even rural communities aren’t safe from the coronavirus.
For people who are experiencing domestic violence, social distancing, quarantine, and mandatory lockdowns with the spread of COVID-19 have trapped them in their homes where they may feel unsafe isolated from the people and the resources that could help them. The National Domestic Violence Hotline reports that a growing number of callers say that their abusers are using COVID-19 as a means of further isolating them from their friends and family and continue to control them by withholding financial and medical resources or threatening to throw them on the street.
County officials continue to plan for an eventual return to normalcy at the Monroe County Courthouse.
Woodsfield Village Council revisited a December 2019 proposal to establish a job creation incentive program, Monday, May 4 during their regular meeting.
The regular Beallsville Mobile Market distribution would have been two weeks earlier. The Thursday, April 30 weather was chilly and overcast, threatening rain. Still, cars were lined up past the football field, up into the cemetery, and even west along State Route 145.
There were several times over the past few weeks when Citizens National Bank President Lance LaFollette wondered what it was going to take.
“We wanted to be the first and the last,” the family of Myrna Minder told her as they drove up in their white truck Saturday, May 2.
Monroe County Beacon
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