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Washington County Junior Fair Board The meeting of the Washington County Junior Fair Board was called to order by Tyler Hartline. The team building activity was lead by Leann Trippett and Caleb Smith. The activity consisted of getting into groups and stacking cups with tools that you were ...

WSCC Summer Food Program

The Washington State Community College TRIO Upward Bound Summer Academy is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all eligible children free of charge. Children who are part of households that receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits, or ...

Local students receive oil, gas scholarships

GRANVILLE, Ohio — More than 60 students, including four from Washington County, have been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) and Foundation. OOGEEP awarded the scholarships to students pursuing degrees in the oil and gas industry. This ...

Safety Council scholarship

The Mid-Ohio Valley Safety Council announced last week the first recipient of the MOVSC Scholarship Program. Caleigh Doan, a recent graduate of Marietta High School, was presented a $500 check to apply towards her continuing education. “We are pleased to announce our very first scholarship ...

Washington State Community College Dean’s List

Washington State Community College recognizes students who have earned a place on the president’s and dean’s lists for the 2018 spring semester. These outstanding scholastic achievements are earned by students who carry a minimum of 12 credit hours and attain a 4.0 grade point average ...

Local 4-H camps still avilable for summer fun, activities

Each summer, thousands of kids from across the state attend one of many camps coordinated by Ohio State University Extension, which are offered to all youth, not just 4-H members. Most Ohio 4-H Camping programs focus on developing knowledge and skills related to: outdoor education, creative ...

4-H News

May 20, 2018 Lowell Lively Lassies & Lads 4-H Club met on May 20, 2018. The members met at Lowell Elementary School to plant flowers around the bell for their Community Service Project. After planting the flowers they proceeded to St. John's Evangelical Church for the business ...

Campus News

Ohio Northern University Students from Washington County were named to the dean’s list for spring semester 2017-18 at Ohio Northern University. To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and be enrolled full time. ¯ Jacob ...

Reunions

Marietta High School Class of 1958 Marietta High School Class of 1958 celebrated its 60th anniversary on June 8, 9 and 10. On Friday, June 8, a Sip and Chat was held at the Quality Inn in their Tasting Room from 6 to 9 p.m. On Saturday, June 9, a luncheon was held at Spagna’s Restaurant ...

WSCC Scholarships

Washington State Community College recognizes 42 area high school seniors who were awarded an institutional scholarship to attend WSCC this fall. Recipients of these scholarships represent more than 20 different high schools from both Ohio and West Virginia. The scholarship awards are worth ...

Warren High School honor roll

Warren High School academic honor rolls for the fourth term of the 2017-2018 school year: Principal roll Grade 9: Matthew Belcher, Shallyn Bradford, Reed Collins, Karlee Duffey, Hallie Northrop, Justin Pate, Haylee Prather, Haley Sloter, Victoria Smith, McCaylee Southall, Kurt Taylor, ...

Farewell tribute held at former Woman’s Home

On Sunday, June 24, The Pink Museum hosted “A Farewell Tribute – Keeping the Memory Alive” for the Woman’s Home. It has been one year since the board of the home announced it was closing after 132 years of service. The Woman’s Home officially opened with its first resident in1885. ...

Belpre honor roll

Belpre High School honor roll for the fourth nine-week grading period: All ‘A’ honor roll Seventh grade: Dowell, Jayden; Dowell, EmmiJenn; Schoelkopf, Jaron; Terry, Derrick; Whitehouse, Wyatt; Wolfe, Arionna. Eighth grade: Bailey, Carson; Caldwell, Paige; Church, Claudia; DeMent, ...

Washington Elementary honor roll

Washington Elementary School honor roll: All A’s Third grade: Lindsay Evans, Griffin Erb, Eli Vessels, Josie Jeffery, Kipplyn McNeal. Fourth grade: Ranger Adair, Haley Bennett, Molly Graham, Riley Harman, Loraine Sorilla, Zoelin Spencer, Kalis Bigley, Trey Hawkins, Drennan Threatt, Jack ...

Noble County Community Foundation

The 2018 Noble County Community Foundation (NCCF) and Interim Health Scholarships were announced at the annual awards assemblies held at Caldwell and Shenandoah high schools this spring. ¯ Olivia King, a 2017 Caldwell graduate received a $1000 NCCF Scholarship. Olivia is attending Muskingum ...

Newport Elementary honor roll

Newport Elementary honor roll: Merit roll (3.0-3.49) Fourth grade: Laney Brookover, Wyatt Fickiesen, Braxton Powell. Fifth grade: Jayden Little. Sixth grade: Drake McCutcheon, Maddox West. Honor roll (3.5-3.99) Fourth grade: Keeley Barrows, Braylee Buck, Rachel Carpenter, London ...

Summer reading continues at the Beverly Library

On July 5 at 1 p.m., the Beverly Library will be hosting a program on Foxes in Folklore at the Waterford Township Community Building in Beverly. This event is part of the library’s Summer Reading Program. Foxes in Folklore will be presented by Iron Wolves of Gallaway, Ohio. Rachel Lauren ...

Belpre Homecoming Buddy Bass Tournament and Kid’s Fishing Derby

Presented by Frontier Bassmasters along with Belpre Area Chamber of Commerce during the 86th Belpre Homecoming and sponsored by Polymer Services of Ohio, LLC, Buddy bass Tournament will be held on Aug. 4, offering $2,500 in guaranteed cash prizes. “Big Bass 1” prize is provided by ...

Applications are now being accepted for Head Start

Washington-Morgan Community Action is accepting application for their Head Start program for 2018-2019 school year. Head Start, a federally funded free preschool program, is a comprehensive development program that focuses on education, nutrition, health, and social development of young ...

Muskingum River Sweep collects 25 bags of trash

Friends of Lower Muskingum River (FLMR) hosted a Muskingum River Sweep on June 16 on its land trust property at Devol’s Dam. Twelve volunteers gathered 25 large garbage bags of trash from three major piles of debris along the Muskingum River from 9 a.m. to noon. Afterwards, volunteers ...