Area high schools receive NATA’s ‘Safe Sports School Award’
Living History Nights
David Trinko: Why the newspaper keeps reporting numbers
John Grindrod: Some thoughts on clutter, both at work and at home
- View Story - 10:24 am
- WV News buys OVP publications - 9:51 am
- Independence Day celebration planned - 11:28 am
- Mason Council discusses recreation - 4:23 pm
- Mason County Memories… Main Street’s early developers - 4:21 pm
- 3 deaths, 203 new COVID cases reported… Latest stats for Meigs, Gallia, Mason - 2:00 pm
- Roush hits the ground running as the Mountaineer - 3:53 pm
- View Story - 3:54 pm updated: 4:17 pm.
- Praise Along the River set for July 3 - 3:52 pm
- Email scam alert - 3:37 pm
- Local business leaders to start leadership development program - 4:20 pm
- Next Level to headline Mayor’s Night Out - 4:15 pm updated: 4:50 pm.
- Advocating for the Promise - 9:18 pm
- Ohio church hosts grief support group - 3:38 pm
- PACT Act passes the Senate, heads to Congress for final approval - 3:28 pm
- Coplin Health Systems launches food FARMACY program - 12:22 pm
- Learning about bike safety, rules - 11:20 am
- 151 new COVID cases reported… Latest stats for Meigs, Gallia, Mason - 3:49 pm
- The history of Juneteenth - 3:47 pm
- Felman Production donates to vet memorial - 12:43 pm
- Mason County Memories… How the districts got their names: Part II - 12:20 pm
- Cancer survivor assists current patients - 4:18 pm
- Moose Lodge supports pool - 3:48 pm
- Mason 4-H Camp returns - 4:44 pm
- Winners awarded at fishing rodeo - 4:42 pm
Email scam alert
OHIO VALLEY — Ohio Valley Bank advises customers to be mindful of an email scam that has become more prevalent.The email in question is claiming...
Local business leaders to start leadership development program
MASON COUNTY — After a hiatus due to COVID-19, several business leaders in Mason County are announcing their intent to start a leadership develo...
Next Level to headline Mayor’s Night Out
POINT PLEASANT — Next Level, a local band that plays a variety of music, is set to headline this week’s Mayor’s Night Out on Friday,...
Advocating for the Promise
RACINE, Ohio — Andrea Neutzling is a mother, a veteran, and an advocate for The Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act, or the PACT Act.The...
Ohio church hosts grief support group
MIDDLEPORT, Ohio — Middleport Church of Christ has been hosting support groups to help people learn to process grief.The group is led by Teri Ho...
PACT Act passes the Senate, heads to Congress for final approval
OHIO VALLEY — HR3967 SSC/Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2021 was first introduce to Congress in June 2021. T...
Mason County racks up titles
It was probably the closest thing to a normal school year — at least sports-wise — that anyone at the high school level has been part of s...
Rio names Pilkington new Director of Rugby
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — After successfully guiding the University of Rio Grande’s first-year rugby team through a tumultuous Spring period, Adr...
Class AA baseball team released
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Just a scant few hours after winning its second straight Class AA state baseball championship, Logan was back at its basebal...
Minimal changes within OVP area
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Jeffersons were all about moving on up.A couple of Meigs County teams might enjoy the thought of moving on down.The volleyb...
Barnitz named Class A captain
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Wahama’s run to a Class A state title inside Appalachian Power Park was derailed by Charleston Catholic and first-year...
Writers Guild hold June meetings
POINT PLEASANT — Each first and third Wednesday of the month finds members of the Point Pleasant Writers Guild meeting at the Mason County Libra...
Sayre presented with Eleanor B. Roosevelt Award
POINT PLEASANT — Eleanor B. Roosevelt was an American icon. She was a human rights activist, diplomat, and the longest acting First Lady of the ...
Wahama Alumni holds 60th banquet
NEW HAVEN — Alumni and guests gathered at the Bend Area Community Building in New Haven on May 28 for the 60th annual alumni banquet. The Classe...
Writers Guild encourages ‘something different’
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant Writers Guild was happy to welcome back Paula Gregory and Woody Moore who have not been at the meetin...
Shelter Pets of the Week
Homer and Ginger are this week’s Shelter Pets of the Week, available for adoption at the Mason County Animal Shelter.The shelter manager said bo...
Search the Scriptures: A cup of water for the devil
How frequently human wisdom differs from the wisdom God teaches. Yet, so pervasive is the received wisdom of the world that frequently even the people...
God’s Kids Korner: Excuses, excuses, excuses
Have you ever made an excuse for something like why you were late for an appointment, why you didn’t have your homework, or why something wasn...
Search the Scriptures: The sheep’s prayer
Most of us are familiar with the 23rd Psalm, and its comforting opening verse, “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” Many are likew...
The strawberry story
Terry and I recently ate a meal at McClure’s in Pomeroy. As a treat, she ordered for herself a strawberry shake.After some delicious slurps, she...
God’s Kids Korner: Jesus and the library card
Do you have a library card? If you don’t already have one, you should get one. One of the great things about a library card is that it is availa...
Search the Scriptures: The sheep’s test
Imagine, if you will, that a conscientious and honest man were to discover an obviously well-loved and expensive looking dog wandering his yard, and h...