Neighborhood News

Washington State Community College president’s and dean’s lists

Washington State Community College recognizes students who have earned a place on the president’s and dean’s lists for the 2017 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 ...

Free child ID cards available

WMOA Radio and The Washington County Sheriff Department have teamed up to provide free child ID cards. This is part of a local effort to provide parents with personal safety ID's of their children in the event their child is ever missing. This is the 17th straight year that WMOA has teamed up ...

Births

Douglas Dakota and Erica Douglass of Little Hocking announce the birth of their son, Dax Paul Douglass. He was born at 10:27 a.m. June 13, 2017 at Marietta Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 7.5 ounces, and was 20 3/4 inches long Grandparents are Jim and Sherri Starr of Caldwell, Brian ...

CAMPUS NEWS

Ohio Christian University CIRCLEVILLE — Local students graduate from Ohio Christian University. Eric Hughey of Caldwell graduated from Ohio Christian University with a(an) Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries. Shawntell Parsons of Belpre graduated from Ohio Christian University with ...

MoCo Arts in the Park, July 29 and 30 at McConnelsville

The Howard Chandler Art Guild and the Morgan County Community of the Arts present MoCo Arts in the Park, July 29 and 30. The event will take place in the Grove and on the Commons at the corner of 10th and Main Street McConnelsville. MoCo Arts in the Park Youth Arts Camp will kick of the ...

Addlesburger, Brown, Hendricks reunion

The 40th annual Addlesburger, Brown, Hendricks Family Reunion was held June 11, 2017 at the Marietta Township Recreation Center in Reno. Approximately 70 family and friends attended. Diane Brown opened with greetings and announcements and asked the blessing on the food and fellowship. Prizes ...

Strahler earns doctorate from dentistry college

This spring, Cody Strahler, son of Tracy and Lindsey Strahler of Waterford, OH, earned his doctorate degree from The Ohio State College of Dentistry. Cody was a three-sport athlete at Waterford High School, where he graduated Valedictorian. He went on to attend Marietta College; running ...

2017 group

Frontier High Alumni Association class reunion (Classes 1969-1990)

Frontier High School Alumni Association for classes 1969-1990 held their 7th annual class reunion on June 9 and 10, 2017. For both nights the festivities were held at the Quality Inn in Marietta, on Pike Street, inside the Grand Ballroom. For the Friday night mixer type evening, approximately ...

Belpre Elementary School honor roll

Belpre Elementary School Honor Roll Fourth Nine-week Grading Period Master: 4.0 Scholar: 3.5-3.99 First Grade: Master: Monica Bailey, Violet Bevins, Acacia Bledsoe, Owen Bucy, Bryleigh Burton, Anderson Copen, Warren Davis, Keytree Dillon-Fountaine, Preston Foss, Colten Gibbs, Alexis ...

Lowell Elementary School honor roll

Lowell Elementary School honor roll for the fourth quarter: Principal’s Roll (All A’s): 1st grade –MaKayla Carpenter, Hayden Hall, Evan Honchul, Alyssa Lang, Emma Lockhart, Kavant Marshall-Matthews, Tyler O’Brien, Fischer Whittekind 2nd grade – Ella Dowler, Steven Lenhart, ...

Monroe Central High School honor roll

Monroe Central High School students named to the honor roll: Principal’s list Freshman: Bettinger, Amy; Chambers, Michael; Grubb, Darrien; Landefeld, Madison; Zwick, Allee. Sophomores: Bach, Haley; Evans, Elsa; Friday, Kirsten; Huck, Katelyn; Huck, Madison; Knowlton, Logan; LeMasters, ...

St. Mary Catholic School honor roll

St. Mary Catholic School students named to the honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2016-2017 school year: Principal, 4.0 Fourth grade: Ava Bartlett, Max Frye, Tyler Frye. Fifth grade: Ezra Minard, Mary Ruth, Kenzley Urban. Sixth grade: Rowen Baker. Seventh grade: Abby Anderson, ...

BIRTHS

Schwaben Kiara Schwaben of Marietta announces the birth of her daughter, Azaeyleigh Emmerrie-Lynn Schwaben. She was born at 7:38 p.m. April 4, 2017 at Marietta Memorial Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Teddi Schwaben (Gregg Wheeler) of ...

Frontier seniors earn more than $926,000 in awards

NEW MATAMORAS — Several Frontier High School graduates were recognized at the 13th annual senior awards program May 21 or during graduation on May 26 with more than $265,000 annually in grants and scholarships. The combined cumulative value of academic scholarships from colleges and ...

Waterford High School honor rolls

Waterford High School students named to the honor roll for the fourth grading period: 4.0 Grade 9: Mary Huffman, Aliyah Lada. Grade 10: Ana-Sophia Beardsley, Allex Teters, Denise Young. Grade 11: McKenzie Dietz, Jordan Taylor. Grade 12: Madison Ohse. 3.5 to 3.99 Grade 9: Hayley ...

2017 Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) completes training

The third annual Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training was held from May 1 to 5 for Washington County law enforcement personnel. The culminating activity was participating in role plays to test officer’s abilities to de-escalate potential community situations. For example, Officers are ...

WCCC honor roll

Washington County Career Center names students to its honor roll for the fourth nine weeks of the 2016-2017 school year: Principal list (GPA 4.0): Dylan Arnold, Charlotte Bailey, Sydney Benson, Brittany Berry, Hannah Blevins, Chantel Brown, Alexis Burks, Malika Campbell, Richard Canterbury, ...

Warren high School honor roll

Warren High School honor roll for the fourth term: Principal’s roll Grade 9: Makayla Aiken, Emelia Bowe, Steven Carpenter, Caspen Ford, Brett Gandee, Molly Grayson, Pearl Herriott, Bethany Holstein, Lindsey James, Jayden McAtee, Thomas Miller, Sommer Saboley, Breanna Tonkery, Hannah ...

Club news

Washington County Republican Women The Washington County Republican Women met Monday, May 8, noon, First Baptist Church, Marietta. President Judy Drake led us the Pledge of Allegiance and the Lord’s Prayer, thanked Nadine Kasick for our lunch, and invited everyone to enjoy. President Drake ...

Bowl For Kids Sake

Bowl for Kids Sake

Participants in the annual Bowl for Kids Sake pose for a photo at North Hills Lanes in Marietta on April 30. There were 10 teams and approximately $2,000 raised for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County. Coordinator Willa O’Neill would like to thank donors and community support once ...