Mason County V.F.W. Post 9926 recognized
Doeffinger to perform at Mayor’s Night Out
Regatta music line up
WHS nationally recognized
4-H summer camp
- Collected history from James Sands - 4:15 pm
- 4-H camp fun - 2:43 pm
- A walk in memory - 2:21 pm
- Mason Council discusses July 4 plans - 11:18 am
- Williams to visit Mason County - 5:36 pm
- Mason coalition hears from Putnam coalition - 5:04 pm
- Rio Bunce School of Education earns CAEP accreditation - 4:56 pm
- Lip sync battle Saturday at the Regatta - 3:52 pm
- Mason County V.F.W. Post 9926 recognized - 3:45 pm
- ‘Breaking Chains’ this weekend - 8:17 pm updated: 9:47 pm.
- FRN discusses recent and upcoming changes, events - 4:52 pm
- Doeffinger to perform at Mayor’s Night Out - 4:47 pm
- OHIO Innovation Center reports unprecedented job growth, new economic impact for 2017 - 3:38 pm
- Hot Summer Nights welcomes New Jasper Station - 8:38 pm
- Former Mason County deputy pleads guilty to federal gun charge - 8:23 pm
- MCARG to visit Krodel Park - 7:45 pm
- Regatta music line up - 7:20 pm
- OVB development moves forward - 6:01 pm
- No concerns regarding Hepatitis A outbreak locally - 8:18 pm
- WHS nationally recognized - 5:41 pm
- A night of music, a night of fun - 5:39 pm
- Pomeroy man arrested in Mason County - 5:36 pm
- Bass tourney returns on Ohio - 5:31 pm
- Group remembers local military families - 3:29 pm
- Bikes & BBQ a success - 2:15 pm
‘Breaking Chains’ this weekend
POINT PLEASANT — An educational, spiritual music festival will be held this weekend at the Mason County Fairgrounds.Breaking Chains is set for S...
FRN discusses recent and upcoming changes, events
POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Family Resource Network (FRN) met this week for its regularly scheduled meeting, discussing changes within org...
Doeffinger to perform at Mayor’s Night Out
POINT PLEASANT — Fridays in Point Pleasant during the summer will be full of fun activities from morning into the evening.In the evenings, Mayor...
OHIO Innovation Center reports unprecedented job growth, new economic impact for 2017
ATHENS — Ohio University’s Innovation Center supported 269 jobs that generated an estimated $9.9 million in employee compensation in Athen...
Hot Summer Nights welcomes New Jasper Station
GALLIPOLIS — Appearing third in the series of the Hot Summer Nights concert series this Thursday evening in the pavilion at the French Art Colon...
Former Mason County deputy pleads guilty to federal gun charge
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A former Mason County Deputy Sheriff pled guilty today to a federal gun charge, announced United States Attorney Mike Stuart...
Rio softball finishes 26th in final NAIA coaches’ poll
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The University of Rio Grande softball team finished 26th in the final NAIA coaches’ poll of the 2018 season.The RedStor...
Rio’s Gerlach earns second straight Trainer of the Year honor
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — University of Rio Grande (Ohio) head athletic trainer Tara Gerlach has been selected as the River States Conference Athletic ...
Rio athletics finishes 3rd in Commissioner’s Cup standings
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — The University of Rio Grande finished third in the race for the River States Conference Commissioner’s All-Sports Cup a...
Rio Grande places 29 on RSC Scholar-Athlete list for Spring ‘18
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio – The River States Conference has announced that 266 student-athletes at its 13 member institutions - including 29 from the Uni...
Ohio wins BACF football classic, 47-13
ST. MARYS, W. Va. — Despite a team setback, a final game under the lights proved huge for one Big Blacks player.Recent Point Pleasant graduate A...
Mason County students graduate Mountwest
Students, from all over the Tri-State area, have successfully completed the requirements to receive either a degree or certificate from Mountwest Comm...
Busy 4’s 4-H club meets
The main activity at the May meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H Club was members giving their project talks and demos.The members who spoke about their...
Locals Matura and Patterson receive national award
Two locals, Meagan Matura and Brian Patterson, received a national award for the inland marine industry.The 40 Under 40 award was conceived for the 5t...
Mason County student graduates from GSC
GLENVILLE — Samuel J. Gordon of West Columbia received a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resource Management with a concentration in Fores...
Mason County student graduates from Shepard University
SHEPHERDSTOWN — Six hundred and forty-two students received baccalaureate degrees during Shepherd University’s 145th commencement on Satur...
Teen testimony: Made to really know God
“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them” (Gen. 1:27 KJV).God is a trinit...
Search the Scriptures: A World of Neighbors
“Who is My Neighbor?”The question comes to us from Luke 10:29. A lawyer of the Jews, approaching Jesus, had asked the Lord what he needed ...
‘History of Mason County’
MASON — Members of the Wahama Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society left a legacy at the end of the school year that will not only benefit stud...
#55UNITED must remember
On May 2, I attended the first PEIA Hearing from the newly appointed task force. “We are here to listen, take your concerns back, quantify the p...
A man should manifest a steady, spiritual leadership in the family
So, here we go, men. The Father’s Day recognition approaches. As far as being a father goes, the Word of God indicates that much is expected of ...
Search the Scriptures: The prayer of Jonah
In the Bible, the second chapter of Jonah is worthy of study and consideration. It is entirely given to a recording of Jonah’s heartfelt prayer,...