One of my most important jobs is to advocate for working families in Ohio. Middle-class families have felt squeezed by the number of jobs going overseas, especially in the manufacturing sector. A report released last week from the Economic Policy...
We can't complain about the recent warm “snap” that we have been enjoying the past few days. If you were outside trying to finish up your garden punch list you might have noticed some Woolly-bears out enjoying the sun.
COLUMBUS - David Pepper of Cincinnati was chosen to serve as the next Chair of the Ohio Democratic Party. The ODP Executive Committee selected Pepper by acclimation to succeed Chairman Chris Redfern, who has served in the role since...
With approval from the Arc of Appalachia and the Ohio History Connection, the Adams County Travel and Visitors Bureau was able to construct a new visitor information kiosk at Serpent Mound. The kiosk will feature information about Adams County events...
Emergency personnel were dispatched 12:23 p.m.Wednesday, Dec. 17, to the 14000 block of state Route 125 for a single vehicle accident.
Auditor of State Dave Yost's office is responsible for auditing all public entities in Ohio.
Those who have driven through West Union are aware that following the price of gasoline has been like riding a roller coaster, with periods of relative level prices punctuated by gradual major drops followed by a sudden increase to normal prices.
The Adams County Grand Jury met on Thursday, Dec. 11 in West Union and handed down the following indictments.
The intersection of state Route 136 and Old Cincinnati Pike was closed on Sunday, Dec. 14 for a two-vehicle accident in the early afternoon.
ManchesterMrs. Baldwin, second gradeDear Santa,
Chief Master Sergeant Richard A. Penny, son of William and Patricia Penny of Peebles, retired from the U.S. Air Force on Dec. 5, 2014. Chief Penny grew up in Peebles, before enlisting in the Air Force in 1985, as a engineering assistant...
Anne Shirley, Lindsey Taylor, smacks Gilbert Blythe, Jordan Ozeta, on the head with her slate after he teases her about her hair in “Anne of Green Gables” presented at the Oliver School by the Adams County Arts Council from Dec. 11 to Dec.
Peebles ElementaryMrs. Workman, 2nd gradeDear Santa,
Mrs. Reid, KindergartenDear Santa, I want a choo-choo train and a monster truck.From, Hunter—Dear Santa, I want a Monopoly game and a scooter and Ninja Turtle Legos.
West Union ElementaryMs. Blythe, K-3 ClassDear Santa,I wat a roller skas for Krestms.Love, Makayla B.—Dear Santa,
The Brief History of Bentonville books have finally arrived. The new revised and updated edition includes the past history of the town with more pictures, pictures of the grand marshals, were you there or do you remember, and a special section...
West Union Village Council met in regular session at 7 p.m. on Nov. 11 at the Municipal Building with Mayor Ted grooms presiding. Cal to order, pledge to the flag, and roll call: John Lafferty - present, Mark Brewer - present, Benny...
The Council of the Village of Manchester met in regular session at the Community Building on Oct. 16.
The Fantastic 4-H'ers held their Christmas Party on Dec. 13 at 4 p.m. at the Sunset Bowling Alley. Members present were Maria Fox, Jacob Fox, Chris Fox, Jacob Miley, Ashley Hayslip, Krisheana Pitre, Joseph Kimmerly and Samuel Michael Kimmerly.
WEST UNION —The Leadership Adams Class of 2015 presented checks totaling $5,000 to five charitable organizations in Adams County. The class presented a $1,000 check to the Community Care Center in Manchester, The Peebles Community Food Pantry in...
The Seaman Village Council held a regular meeting on Nov. 3 with Mayor Hughes presiding. Present were Leigh Ann Sims, Robert Wright, Trina Sparks, William Shelby, David Hancock, and David Merfert. Also present were Chief Phillips,...
The Adams County Senior Citizens Council and Senior Center would like to wish everyone a very wonderful and Merry Christmas! May your Christmas be filled with joy, laughter and love! Remember the real “Reason for the Season” and share that...
The Cherry Fork Presbyterian women met on Wednesday, Dec. 3, for their
Poinsettias can be found everywhere in stores this year. Red, pink, white, brown, are just a few of the colors I have observed this year. Some even had a heavy dose of glitter added for some extra “bling.”
The Southern Ohio Agricultural and Community Development Foundation will be accepting applications Jan. 1 – 31, 2015 for the Educational Excellence Competitive Grant Program for the 2015 – 2016 school year.
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