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Lindsay Kriz

Position: Reporter/Content Producer
E-Mail Address: lkriz@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 740-446-2342


About Lindsay Kriz

Lindsay Kriz is a 2014 graduate of Western Kentucky University and has a bacehlor's degree in news editorial journalism and art history. Her majors took her overseas multiple times, and she hopes to return overseas again soon.
She enjoys all types of news, but feature-writing is her favorite.

Latest Stories by Lindsay Kriz

MIDDLEPORT — Underprivileged and foster children of Meigs County will be receiving gifts-a-plenty this Christmas, thanks to the efforts of Meigs County EMS employees and local businesses and organizations that donated money for gifts.
This is the second Christmas that EMS and fire employees have collected donation money and purchased toys an

A gurney full of gifts

MIDDLEPORT — Underprivileged and foster children of Meigs County will be receiving gifts-a-plenty this Christmas, thanks to the efforts of Meigs County EMS employees and local businesses and organizations that donated money for gifts. This is the second Christmas that EMS and fire employees have collected donation money and purchased toys an

MIDDLEPORT — On Dec. 1 at about 2:30 a.m., the Middleport Police Department responded to a call about a crashed car in the middle of a field off of Bradbury Road.
The car, which was stolen from the local Taylor family, hit two telephone poles and everything inside the vehicle was ejected and destroyed, including Shawn and Hallie Taylor's Chr

A second chance at Christmas

MIDDLEPORT — On Dec. 1 at about 2:30 a.m., the Middleport Police Department responded to a call about a crashed car in the middle of a field off of Bradbury Road. The car, which was stolen from the local Taylor family, hit two telephone poles and everything inside the vehicle was ejected and destroyed, including Shawn and Hallie Taylor's Chr

RACINE — A man known in the community since he was a child, Manuel Gheen, owner of Gheen Painting Company, was one of the biggest employers in Meigs County.
And he's still a prominent figure today.
After receiving news that he had mesothelioma, which would shorten his life, he decided he wanted to continue giving back to a community that me

The Spirit of Giving

RACINE — A man known in the community since he was a child, Manuel Gheen, owner of Gheen Painting Company, was one of the biggest employers in Meigs County. And he's still a prominent figure today. After receiving news that he had mesothelioma, which would shorten his life, he decided he wanted to continue giving back to a community that me

Commission: Courthouse closing early next two weeks

POMEROY —The Meigs County Commissioners want to inform Meigs County residents that the courthouse will close at noon Christmas Eve and will remain closed for the rest of the week. Offices will open again Monday, Dec. 29, during regular hours and will close again at noon New Year's Eve. Offices will open again Friday, Jan. 2 during regular ho

POMEROY — Hemlock Grange has donated $313 to the Meigs Cooperative Pantry. The money collected will help purchase groceries for the organizaton, Hilda Weaver said. Weaver is in charge of the pantry, and has been doing so for eight years as of January 2015.
“It helps keep the doors open,” Weaver said. “This is the first Chri

Hemlock Grange donates to local food pantry

POMEROY — Hemlock Grange has donated $313 to the Meigs Cooperative Pantry. The money collected will help purchase groceries for the organizaton, Hilda Weaver said. Weaver is in charge of the pantry, and has been doing so for eight years as of January 2015. “It helps keep the doors open,” Weaver said. “This is the first Chri

Syracuse Village to hear from local group about veterans memorial

SYRACUSE — After an executive session at a recent Syracuse Village Council meeting, the majority of members went on record in favor of letting the Friends of Syracuse group erect a cross as a veterans memorial in the village. At the previous meeting, the Friends of Syracuse group attended the village's meeting and requested that council pass

POMEROY — The 13th annual “Keep Your Fork” 5K Road Race for the Brandi Thomas Memorial Scholarship Fund Inc. was Saturday, Nov. 29.
The fund was established in honor of Thomas, who died in 2002 as the result of injuries she sustained in an automobile accident. The 16-year-old daughter of John and Cheryl Thomas was a member of the

2014 “Keep Your Fork” 5K Run/Walk results

POMEROY — The 13th annual “Keep Your Fork” 5K Road Race for the Brandi Thomas Memorial Scholarship Fund Inc. was Saturday, Nov. 29. The fund was established in honor of Thomas, who died in 2002 as the result of injuries she sustained in an automobile accident. The 16-year-old daughter of John and Cheryl Thomas was a member of the

POMEROY — The Meigs Local Board of Education on Tuesday honored former Pomeroy Daily Sentinel reporter Charlene Hoeflich for her decades of service and work with the board.
Board President Larry Tucker presented Hoeflich with a plaque congratulating her on her retirement and thanking her for her service from 1967-2014. Superintendent Rusty B

Meigs Local Board honors Hoeflich for years of service

POMEROY — The Meigs Local Board of Education on Tuesday honored former Pomeroy Daily Sentinel reporter Charlene Hoeflich for her decades of service and work with the board. Board President Larry Tucker presented Hoeflich with a plaque congratulating her on her retirement and thanking her for her service from 1967-2014. Superintendent Rusty B

GALLIPOLIS — Ray Boone, 96, of Gallipolis, was aboard the USS Blue during the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Although it has been 73 years and much of what he remembers is gone, there are details he knows he will never forget.
On Dec. 6, 1941, Seaman Ray Boone, 23, of the USS Blue (DD-387) remembers eating a late dinner on a Hawaiian

A day he won't forget

GALLIPOLIS — Ray Boone, 96, of Gallipolis, was aboard the USS Blue during the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Although it has been 73 years and much of what he remembers is gone, there are details he knows he will never forget. On Dec. 6, 1941, Seaman Ray Boone, 23, of the USS Blue (DD-387) remembers eating a late dinner on a Hawaiian

Council: Pomeroy AEP customers should expect outages Sunday night

POMEROY — Pomeroy village residents are set to experience an outage between 8-11 p.m. Sunday for AEP repairs, as discussed during this week's village council meeting. Mayor Jackie Welker said the outage will allow AEP employees to replace lines heading into a potentially bad winter, which he said will hopefully prevent any outages during i





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