Performances to be held this week
Summer reading program kicks off June 12
Providing ‘Safe Harbor’: Not all therapy is indoors
Catfish anglers descend on Ohio, Kanawha rivers
Providing ‘Safe Harbor’: Not all therapy is indoors
- The old west in Gallia - 4:36 pm
- Performances to be held this week - 5:00 pm
- Shelter pets of the week - 4:47 pm
- Movie at the point returns - 4:42 pm
- Summer reading program kicks off June 12 - 2:00 pm
- Chief, officers resign - 11:07 am
- Final plans for fishing rodeo - 5:16 pm
- ‘Bikes and BBQ’ event returns - 5:13 pm
- Early voting announced - 5:11 pm
- Point purchases AED machines - 7:07 pm updated: 7:15 pm.
- Class ring found after 57 years - 6:05 pm
- For the record: Fire reported - 5:45 pm
- 19th annual Siege of Fort Randolph - 5:40 pm
- County Prevention Coalition meets, discusses events - 8:31 pm
- Grant provides for more technology at PPPS - 5:50 pm
- Hartley chosen as Tourism Queen - 5:40 pm
- Providing ‘Safe Harbor’: Not all therapy is indoors - 12:36 pm
- ‘Leaving’ a mystery to solve - 8:31 pm
- Bartow Jones Bridge inspection begins - 7:20 pm
- Celebrating CEOS - 7:06 pm updated: 11:02 pm.
- Catfish anglers descend on Ohio, Kanawha rivers - 6:12 pm
- Regional Garden Club event held - 6:04 pm updated: 9:26 am.
- Wayne Forest Sunny Oaks Project concerns - 10:28 am
- For the record - 6:43 pm
- Patrol announces SHIELD Detail results - 6:39 pm
Point purchases AED machines
POINT PLEASANT — Point Pleasant City Council has voted to purchase AED machines to be stored at various city properties.Council voted to purchas...
Class ring found after 57 years
POINT PLEASANT — A Point Pleasant High School (PPHS) 1961 class ring was discovered after being lost for 57 years.Randy Stewart of Point Pleasan...
For the record: Fire reported
Point Pleasant Volunteer Fire DepartmentThe Point Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department responded to a structure fire call at 11:35 p.m., Tuesday, May 15...
19th annual Siege of Fort Randolph
POINT PLEASANT — The 19th annual Siege of Fort Randolph encampment and re-enactment returns this weekend to Krodel Park, with events planned May...
County Prevention Coalition meets, discusses events
POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Prevention Coalition (MCPC) met for its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday discussing events members have rec...
Grant provides for more technology at PPPS
POINT PLEASANT — Point Pleasant Primary School (PPPS) recently received a grant from the Robert and Louise Claflin Foundation.Judith Browning, P...
Eastern’s Kaitlyn Hawk to golf for Marietta College
TUPPERS PLAINS, Ohio — After a busy and successful high school career, it’s time to give it a go at the next level.On May 11 in the Easter...
McCarley signs with GSC basketball
BIDWELL, Ohio — As was the case during his prep career, the best is still yet to come.After four years of constant growth with the River Valley ...
Lady Eagles fall to Valley, 7-5 in 15 innings
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — Two games rolled into one.After seven innings of play in Thursday’s Division IV softball district semifinal in Gallia C...
Hard Work Camp headlines Rio MBB camp slate
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — The University of Rio Grande men’s basketball program has announced its 2018 summer camp schedule.The Little Storm Day ...
Southern-Notre Dame postponed until Friday
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — The Division IV district semifinal softball game between Southern and Portsmouth Notre Dame at the University of Rio Grande o...
Eagles win district title, 13-2 over Clay
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — No. 11 by 11 runs.The Eastern baseball team earned its 11th district title in program history on Wednesday at VA Memorial St...
Tire recycling event this Saturday
The third annual tire recycling event at the Mason County Career Center is Saturday, May 19, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The event is sponsored by the West Virgin...
Crank graduates from Cedarville University
Ashten Crank, of Henderson, graduated from Cedarville University on May 5 with a degree in Social Work.Cedarville University, located between Dayton a...
Farm Bureau to offer Dairy Revenue Protection insurance
COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) – The American Farm Bureau Federation, in cooperation with American Farm Bureau Insurance Services, has developed a new ri...
Farmers Bank opens Teays Valley branch
HURRICANE, W.Va. — Farmers Bancshares, Inc., the parent company of Farmers Bank and Savings Company, headquartered in Pomeroy, Ohio, celebrated ...
‘Yards of the month’ for May
The Tu-Endie-Wei Garden Club “Yards of the Month” for May have been announced for the City of Point Pleasant.The following yards have been...
Teen testimony: Take one step at a time
“We can make our plans, but the LORD determines our steps” (Prov. 16:9 NLT).Take one step at a time. Don’t be so concerned about the...
God’s Kids Korner: The Day of Pentecost
Sunday is a special day that many churches celebrate: Pentecost. Jesus had promised His disciples that He would send someone to help them after He was...
Search the scriptures: Fear kills faith, but faith drives out fear
One of the more amusing passages in the Old Testament is Proverbs 22:13: “The sluggard says, “There is a lion outside! I shall be killed i...
Step with faith
I ran with my eyes closed the other day. Yep! Just for a few feet, but it seemed like a mile. The parking lot I was jogging through was empty — ...
‘Share Your Stories’ launches
The past year and a half was a time of important accomplishments that will help improve the lives of West Virginians. When Congress passed tax reform ...
The green of stress and greed
Money. Cash. Green stuff. Why is U.S. currency green? Who decided on the classic green hue?According to an online article by the History Channel, the ...