“That’s Sam Straub. He lived over here,” said Glen Stalder as he pointed out one of the 11 pictures of the Hannibal High School graduating class of 1940.
Take one street urchin turned minstrel and sometime thief, a baker’s youngest son who longs for adventure, and a pie-loving king.
County and Ohio and Lee Township Water and Sewer officials have looked for a way to address the need for a sewer system in Ohio River communities for close to 20 years.
Area bowlers were anxious to get back to the lanes when Ohio Governor Mike DeWine permitted the reopening of bowling centers a few weeks ago.
The last few months didn’t go as Shaylei Giesey expected.
She didn’t get the chance to enjoy her senior softball season at Monroe Central High School.
At the age of seven Hayden Kress, of Jerusalem, was well on his way toward his goal of completing four bowling tournaments in Ohio in March 2020.
Monroe County can rejoice and be very proud. We have no COVID-19 virus cases, at least until/or someone brings the virus back with them from vacationing or being out of town.
By Teresa Cook
65 Years Ago (1955)
Back-to-school season is here. It’s a time for parents to gather school supplies and backpacks. It’s also the perfect time to make sure your kids are up-to-date on their vaccines.