Floyd L. Sole, Jr., 88 of Clarington, formerly of Middlebourne, departed this life Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, in the Arbors of Woodsfield.
He was born Feb. 20, 1929, in Wheeling, West Virginia, the son of the late Floyd L. and Claudia Weekley Sole.
The Switzerland of Ohio Local School District is preparing to move from the current class ranking system to a Laude System beginning with the Class of 2019.
“Bittersweet. That’s is what I would call it,” Lance Erlwein said about his resignation as treasurer of the Switzerland of Ohio Local School District (SOLSD).
Jeannine Larrick has offered her unique approach to window fashions to southeastern Ohio residents and companies for the past 25 years, and now she’s looking to bring those services to Monroe County.
Chester Schafer, son of the late Frank and Grace Schafer, will turn 100 years old on Friday, Feb. 24.
On February 13, 2017, Swiss Hills Career Center cosmetology students engaged in a hands-on foiling color class Beyond the Basics.
It seems like every game River has played lately has been its biggest game of the year.
Up first was a battle with county rival Monroe Central Feb. 7. Three days later was a matchup with then 18-1 Martins Ferry.
This week’s Wednesday Night head-to-head match game saw 19 bowlers from throughout the Ohio Valley compete for the $100 first-place check sponsored by Williams Embalming Service.
Local Woodsfield bowler Richard Russell was able to hold off St. Clairsville area bowler Richie Allen by a score of 215-192.
Monroe Central finished off its regular season with a victory Thursday, Feb. 16, dropping Hundred 102-16 at Monroe Central High School.
Allison Kuhn led the Lady Seminoles, outscoring Hundred all by herself by scoring 31 points.
Monroe Central picked up a win in its final regular season game of the year, defeating Clay-Battelle 63-45 Friday, Feb. 17 in an Ohio Valley Athletic Conference consolation game at Monroe Central High School.
The Seminoles (7-15) needed a fourth-quarter surge to fend off the Cee-Bees.
Beallsville struggled against Linsly in an 87-21 loss Wednesday, Feb. 15 at Beallsville High School.
Led by Dylan Harrison, who scored 10 points in the first quarter, Linsly jumped out to a quick 30-3 lead.
River won its final regular season game Thursday, Feb. 16 taking down Shadyside 55-51 in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Class 2A third-place matchup at River High School.
Led by sophomore Lauren Flannery, the Lady Pilots topped the Lady Tigers for the third time this season.