Second Gallia COVID-19 case confirmed
Justice admits travel order may be unconstitutional
Feed the soul: In chaotic times, gardening becomes therapy
Positivity through the pandemic
Gardening ‘essentials’… Spring planting despite virus
- Suicide Prevention Walk goes digital - 8:28 pm
- Election ‘letters to editor’ policy - 6:15 pm updated: 6:20 pm.
- Absentee ballots available, encouraged - 5:43 pm
- DHHR: 17 new COVID-19 cases in W.Va. - 5:40 pm
- Health dept. policies, procedures for COVID-19 cases - 4:57 pm
- Justice admits travel order may be unconstitutional - 4:51 pm
- Feed the soul: In chaotic times, gardening becomes therapy - 4:42 pm
- W.Va. reports first COVID-19 death… Latest Mason cases ‘community acquired’ - 10:01 pm
- Schools to continue feeding after spring break - 7:09 pm
- Schools donate PPE to local hospital - 7:06 pm updated: 8:44 pm.
- Positivity through the pandemic - 6:51 pm
- Holzer requests homemade masks - 6:37 pm updated: 1:56 am.
- King Kat tournament still slated for May 9 - 5:25 pm
- Banks helping customers during COVID-19 pandemic - 10:19 am
- Mason County now at three confirmed coronavirus cases - 9:53 pm updated: 1:02 am.
- Local organizations to feed students… Providing meals during spring break - 5:43 pm
- Bikes, BBQ & Bluegrass canceled - 5:08 pm
- Outside hard-hit nursing home, staffers find nervous public - 4:57 pm
- Absentee ballot applications to be mailed to all WVa voters - 4:53 pm
- Livestock report - 4:29 pm
- This Week in West Virginia History - 4:26 pm
- Wash your ‘claws’ Mason County - 6:13 pm
- FRN updates on programs - 5:36 pm
- Nursing home with 28 virus cases a ‘horror story’ - 5:33 pm
- Residents warned of site outages amid claims - 5:31 pm
Schools donate PPE to local hospital
POINT PLEASANT — Several Mason County Schools recently donated supplies to Pleasant Valley Hospital to help combat personal protective equipment...
Positivity through the pandemic
MIDDLEPORT — Though times right now may feel dark and unanswered questions of the future may linger, several people and organizations have been ...
Holzer requests homemade masks
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Health System would like to ask for community assistance with handmade masks to be utilized by non-patient facing staff.R...
King Kat tournament still slated for May 9
GALLIPOLIS — Catfish anglers from several states will travel to Gallipolis to the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers for a King Kat Tournament Trail event ...
Banks helping customers during COVID-19 pandemic
MEIGS COUNTY — Local banks are stepping up to help their customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.Farmers Bank President Paul Reed and Chief Finan...
Mason County now at three confirmed coronavirus cases
OHIO VALLEY — Mason County now has three confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases.On Friday, the Mason County Commission was notified by the West Vi...
Lacy wins Mary Ostrowski Award
George Washington’s Kalissa Lacy revels in the process and finds enjoyment in the effort she puts into improving her game at the gym year-round....
Howell signs with Rio Grande basketball
South Gallia senior Amaya Howell, seated center, will be continuing her basketball career after signing with the University of Rio Grande on Tuesday, ...
Nitro’s Goins leads Class AA girls basketball teams
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. – In a 2019-20 season surrounded by uncertainty and unprecedented circumstances, it was a pair of unstoppable individual star...
Adkins heads Class A girls basketball teams
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — Huntington St. Joe’s 5-foot-7 senior guard Bailee Adkins could have displayed her considerable scoring talent across ...
OHSAA winter tournaments move from postponed to cancelled
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Thursday that the winter sports tournaments of wrestling, basketball and ic...
Rio represented on RSC Scholar-Athlete lists
RSC Women’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete team includes five from Rio GrandeMIDDLETOWN, Ohio — The University of Rio Grande has placed five p...
Mason County Schools representatives recently dropped off leftover meal bags for children of City of Point Pleasant employees. Pictured from left are,...
Mason County CEOS meet
POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Community Educational Outreach Service (CEOS) met at the Courthouse Annex on March 10 with the Pleasant CEOS C...
Gallia Chamber supporting member businesses… Providing website resource for updates
The Gallia County Chamber of Commerce is concerned and saddened by the effects of recent changes required for businesses. In an effort to support its ...
Writers’ Guild members share pet peeves
POINT PLEASANT — At a recent meeting of the Point Pleasant Writers’ Guild, members shared each other’s pet peeves and noted which on...
‘Meet the Candidate’ canceled
POINT PLEASANT — To help prevent the potential spread of illness, the Mason County Democratic Women’s Organization is canceling the Meet t...
Cross Words: Sovereign in the silence, VI
The story of Esther unfolds in a kingdom—the Persian Empire of King Ahasuerus. And as followers of Christ, we exist for a King and His eternal K...
Ask good questions
I tend to think that if I had the privilege of attending presidential news briefings, I would prepare myself to ask meaningful questions. But, from wh...
A Hunger for More: God will take care of you
You may feel powerless right now in the face of the pandemic and impact that it has had socially and economically upon you and our society. You may fe...
God’s Kids Korner: Jesus and His friend Lazarus
Do you have a best friend? When I was young, I had a best friend named Cindy. She later moved away, but we had lots of fun together before that. Today...
Living in interesting times
There is an old curse which is, ironically, attributed to the Chinese. “ May you live in interesting times.” It can also be used as a posi...
Protecting Your Wallet in the World of COVID-19
Over the last month, our office has assessed all of its responsibilities so that it can work with consumers and our partners in state government to en...