About 560 potential customers from a six-square-mile total area containing Hannibal, Sardis and Duffy could finally see a centralized sewer solution in the next four years if enough community support is established to obtain funding.
The Beallsville High School homecoming game will take place on Sept. 19 as the Blue Devils host Cameron. The game will start at 7:30 p.m. with the homecoming parade preceding at 6:00 p.m. This year’s homecoming queen will be crowned before the game. Pictured are the 2014 Homecoming Queen candidates.
By Darin Brown. It is not often that a ribbon cutting is completed with the nose of a locomotive instead of a pair of scissors. But that was the sight at Hannibal Industrial Park on Wed., July 16 as the facility celebrated the installation of track eight. Awell-attended ceremony marked the occasion with more than 185 people attending, including Ohio Senator Lou Gentile; Ohio Representative Jack
By Darin Brown. It all started with the dreams of a teenage boy, and it culminated in a law enforcement career of 27 years. Recently retiring from law enforcement was Mike Young of the Woodsfield Police Department, a man who knew he would become a “cop” at the age of 13. “When I was 13 or 14, I saw the city police pull up to a house.
Swazey Road in Franklin Township and Seneca Township is a prime example of the impact of oil and gas traffic on the county’s roads.
This weekend, Beallsville will be the scene of events designed to honor local veterans. The Beallsville Remembers All Who Gave Poker Run will be held Sat., July 26, while fundraising events will also take place on Fri., July 25.
This past December/January, Kaitlin Clark of Lewisville traveled to Orlando, FL to perform as a 2014 All-American Cheerleader during the halftime show of the annual Capital One Bowl college football game.
By John Hall. Recently, my family just returned from our traditional summer vacation. We have been blessed to be able to travel and visit most all of the states in the Continental United States. Our trips generally are good times to renew and reenergize, as well as visit some historic sites. This summer’s trip was no exception.
Shirley Brown is so passionate about helping cancer patients that she got choked up as she relayed why it was so important for her to be standing in the middle of the r