New K-9 officers Ciki, along with Woodsfield Police Officer Jacob Black, second from left, and Ax, along with Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Ridley, right, show their appreciation for Crossed Paws and Audie’s Angels following the Stuff the Cruiser event Friday, June 15 at Woodsfield True Value.

Instead of loading their backseats with bad guys Friday, June 15, cruisers from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and Woodsfield Police Department were loaded with dog food and toys.

Monroe County Commissioners Carl Davis, right, and Mick Schumacher, next to him, inspect the arched supports under the dome on the Monroe County Courthouse with contractors Michael Rish, second from left, and Roger Gatshall, left, of General Restoration Corporation.

Several steep flights of stairs and ladders, interspersed as a winding network of passages, required a firm handhold and barely permitted four grown men to pass to the roof of the courthouse Monday, June 18.

A vacant 10-acre lot next to Woodsfield Savings Bank on State Route 78 west of Woodsfield is the future home of an expanded Ohio Hills Health Services medical facility.

An expanded medical center will soon break ground in Woodsfield according to Woodsfield Village Council member Tom Kirkland and Ohio Hills Health Services CEO Jeff Britton.

Kirkland announced the upcoming project during the Woodsfield Village Council meeting Monday, June 18.

New K-9 officers Ciki, along with Woodsfield Police Officer Jacob Black, second from left, and Ax, along with Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Ridley, right, show their appreciation for Crossed Paws and Audie’s Angels following the Stuff the Cruiser event Friday, June 15 at Woodsfield True Value.
Monroe County Commissioners Carl Davis, right, and Mick Schumacher, next to him, inspect the arched supports under the dome on the Monroe County Courthouse with contractors Michael Rish, second from left, and Roger Gatshall, left, of General Restoration Corporation.
A vacant 10-acre lot next to Woodsfield Savings Bank on State Route 78 west of Woodsfield is the future home of an expanded Ohio Hills Health Services medical facility.

Small business BOSS class to begin

Thinking of starting a small business but don’t know where to begin? Basis of a Successful Start (BOSS) Class will take place on Thursday, July 12, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Monroe County Chamber of Commerce, 117 North Main Street, Woodsfield. The class is for those interested in starting their own business.

Meeting Dates 6/21/18

The Monroe Theatre Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 25, at the Monroe Arts Center, 118 South Paul St., Woodsfield. All meetings are open to the public.

 

The Monroe County Port Authority will meet at the Monroe County JFS office at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 26.

Your Right to Know 6/21/18

REAL ESTATE

Gayla Saxon, Randy Saxon to Flat Rock Development LLC, Perry Township, 60.21 acres, oil and gas interests, QC deed.

Glenn E. Eyles to Flat Rock Development LLC, Perry Township, 60.21 acres, oil and gas interests, QC deed.

Gary Maze, Gary M. Maze to Flat Rock Development LLC, Perry Township, 60.21 acres, oil and gas interests, QC deed.

New K-9 officers Ciki, along with Woodsfield Police Officer Jacob Black, second from left, and Ax, along with Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Ridley, right, show their appreciation for Crossed Paws and Audie’s Angels following the Stuff the Cruiser event Friday, June 15 at Woodsfield True Value.

Crossed Paws, Audie’s Angels and county residents team up to ‘stuff’ the cruisers

Instead of loading their backseats with bad guys Friday, June 15, cruisers from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and Woodsfield Police Department were loaded with dog food and toys.

The overflowing cruisers were part of the first Stuff the Cruiser event at Woodsfield True Value.

CORRECTION

The times for the Alumni Dinner in the Alumni Tab were incorrect.

Gates will open at Rubel's Park for the dinner at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 16, with dinner starting at 6:30 p.m.

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