School board members travel to voters to talk levy
Sheriff’s office investigating two deaths
Wildcats outlast South Gallia, 53-44
A prescription for happiness
Mural to bring the Silver Bridge back to 6th Street
- For the record - 9:20 pm
- Update on man injured in farm equipment accident - 8:30 pm
- Cold snap affects water usage in Point - 10:01 pm
- NAACP honors MLK Day - 9:09 pm
- Walking on water, very carefully - 7:39 pm
- Accessing the past in print: Bossard to offer digital newspapers online - 2:14 pm updated: 5:33 pm.
- Seeking leadership, GIB may not compete - 2:11 pm updated: 5:18 pm.
- Weather delays delivery - 11:24 am
- More candidates file for May primary run - 8:29 pm
- Flu cases on the rise in Mason County - 7:47 pm
- Mason County Memories: Every cemetery, every grave - 7:25 pm
- For the record - 9:15 pm
- Fairs and festivals time - 8:55 pm
- School board talks alternative instructional days - 5:22 pm
- January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month - 7:46 pm
- Filing for New Haven election begins - 7:12 pm
- Middleport woman sentenced in Rothgeb case - 9:12 pm
- Eating pizza for the splash pad - 8:31 pm
- Farm animals case heads to court - 6:54 pm
- For the record - 6:42 pm
- The Easter Parade - 6:26 pm
- Gulls return to the Ohio Valley - 6:03 pm
- Candidates kick off filing season - 10:24 pm
- Commission addresses more shelter rumors - 9:56 pm
- 44 indicted by grand jury this week - 10:36 am
Flu cases on the rise in Mason County
POINT PLEASANT — Influenza (also known as the flu) activity is currently widespread in most of the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Co...
Mason County Memories: Every cemetery, every grave
POINT PLEASANT — To date, with your help, the Mason County Historical and Preservation Society has documented over 120 cemeteries across our cou...
For the record
Point Pleasant Police DepartmentThe Point Pleasant Police Department recently submitted its monthly activity report for December 2017 as follows: 8 mi...
Fairs and festivals time
CHARLESTON — Four young ladies will be representing Mason County at this weekend’s West Virginia Association of Fairs and Festivals Pagean...
School board talks alternative instructional days
NEW HAVEN — Alternative instructional day packets for students and attendance incentives for school employees topped business items at a recent ...
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
POINT PLEASANT — January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and Pleasant Valley Hospital wants residents to know there’s much they can do...
OVP varsity games for Monday, Jan. 15
Due to the inclement weather, a handful of varsity sporting contests were postponed in the Ohio Valley Publishing area for Monday, Jan. 15.Here is loo...
RedStorm women extend win streak
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The University of Rio Grande shook off a slow start, hammering West Virginia University-Tech over the middle two quarters an...
Rio softball tops RSC preseason coaches’ poll
NEW ALBANY, Ind. — The University of Rio Grande is predicted as the favorite in the 2018 River States Conference Softball Preseason Coaches̵...
Snowy owls invading Ohio
Keep your eyes open for snowy owls.Although they are rare visitors to our part of the country, the snowy owl population is in the midst of an irruptio...
Lady Rockets top River Valley, 71-38
BIDWELL, Ohio – Turnovers and a barrage of three-pointers by the opposition pillaged the Lady Raiders.The River Valley girls basketball team com...
Better You, Better Ohio!
POMEROY — A new employee wellness program is spreading across Ohio and making a stop in Meigs County.The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensat...
Locals named to Wesleyan academic lists
Area students from Mason County were named to the President’s Academic Recognition List and Dean’s List at West Virginia Wesleyan College ...
Terry M. Henry II and Leslie A. Nibert, pictured, were united in marriage on November 27, 2017 by Rev. Roger Bonecutter. The couple resides in Letart....
Point Pleasant Writers Guild celebrates Christmas
POINT PLEASANT — As with so many others at this time of year, members of the Point Pleasant Writers Guild recently joined together for fun and f...
Holzer recognizes December Pediatric Sponsors
The Earl Neff Pediatric Fund at Holzer continues to be supported by area businesses and organizations. The Pediatric Fund, in existence for over 45 ye...
God’s Kids Korner : God’s Creation
The first book of the Bible is Genesis. It starts out by saying, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” So who made ev...
Sometimes we need to be assured God is ‘under-girding’ us
We often view our lives in terms of ups and downs. Times are that we are “up” emotionally. Things are going well. We have a bright-minded ...
The word of God
The word of God is living and powerful, for it is communicated from the mind of God and carries the weight of His divine wisdom, foresight and power. ...
Animal totem guidance
My friend met me at the door, holding her grand baby with one hand and a leash in the other, at the end of which was a huge dog. “Come on in. Vo...
Take time when it comes to taxes
A recent request to help pinpoint why some local tax proposals failed at the polls last November prompted some thought about attitudes toward levies o...
Getting involved in your community
The year 2018 has kicked off and everyone is looking forward to what it has in store. In this time of curiosity and wonder of what will be of the next...