Operand type clash: text is incompatible with int
Featured Story

Silver Bridge and U.S. 35 reopen

22 hours ago | | | Email

HENDERSON - The northbound lanes of the Silver Memorial Bridge and U.S. 35 have reopened.Early reports are a piece of equipment hit a steel beam on the structure, causing the accident and closure. More on this story as information becomes available.


Belpre avenges Defenders, 2-1

GALLIPOLIS, Ohio — The numbers just weren’t in their favor.The Ohio Valley Christian soccer team started with 11 healthy players and played a majority of regulation with only 10 Tuesday night following a tough-luck 2-1 setback to visiting Belpre in a non-conference match in the Old French City.The host Defenders (3-6-1) lost Eric Blevins to injury early in the contest, leaving them a man down against the Golden Eagles. But, despite the disadvantage, both team...

22 hours ago | | | Email

OVCS tames Lady Wildcats

ASHTON, W.Va. — The Ohio Valley Christian volleyball team improved its season record to 6-3 overall Tuesday night following a 25-16, 25-14, 25-11 victory over host Hannan in a non-conference matchup in Mason County.The Lady Defenders had little trouble with the Lady Wildcats (3-2) as the guests rolled to three consecutive wins by nine or more points, which included a wire-to-wire decision in Game 2. HHS led 1-0 in the opener and was ahead 2-0 in the finale, but OVCS rallied b...

22 hours ago | | | Email

A starch with stark features

POMEROY — As Wes Herrick, 92, pulled his volunteer Kennebec Potato plant from his garden, he noticed something odd about one particular specimen.It looked just like an animal.“Some said a cow, some said a camel and some said a pig,” he said.Initially, Wes and his wife, June, weren’t sure what to do with the odd vegetable, but decided to share it with others.“We brought it to church and everybody was amazed,” June ...

22 hours ago | | | Email

AP Ohio High School Football Poll List

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the first weekly Associated Press poll of 2014, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):DIVISION I1, Cincinnati Moeller (11)3-01832, Lakewood St. Edward (7)3-01513, Mentor (2)3-0...

22 hours ago | | | Email

Port Clinton turns the tables on Genoa

What a difference one year makes.Genoa walloped Port Clinton 84-13 a year ago. On Friday night, Port Clinton reversed things with a 27-19 win over the Comets.Entering the season on a 19-game losing streak, Port Clinton has opened 3-0 overall. Meanwhile, Genoa (2-1) had won 70 of its previous 72 regular-season games dating to 2007.The Comets, who outgained Port Clinton 357-194 in total offense, had taken a 19-7 lead by halftime but were blanked after the break....

22 hours ago | | | Email

Lady Rebels knock off Belpre

BELPRE, Ohio — The South Gallia volleyball team notched its first road win of the 2014 season Monday night following a 25-20, 25-16, 25-18 victory over Belpre in a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup in Washington County.The Lady Rebels (2-7, 2-4 TVC Hocking) snapped a two-match losing skid while picking up their second triumph in the last calendar week. SGHS knocked off visiting Wahama in straight games last Tuesday for its first win of the year.Sara Ba...

22 hours ago | | | Email

Lady Warriors hand GAHS first league loss

VINCENT, Ohio — Revenge at its worst.The Warren volleyball team earned revenge for its August 21st loss at Gallia Academy, Wednesday night when the Lady Warriors upset the Blue Angels in four games.The Southeastern Ohio Athletic League leading Blue Angels (10-3, 4-1 SEOAL) won the first game by a 25-21 count, but Warren claimed the next three games 25-18, 25-23 and 25-18.The Gallia Academy service attack was led by Jenna Meadows with 18 points and six ac...

22 hours ago | | | Email

Lady Tornadoes topple Eastern

TUPPERS PLAINS, Ohio — It’s been a long time coming.The Southern volleyball team snapped an 18-match losing skid to host Eastern Monday night during a 25-9, 25-10, 25-11 victory in a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup at the Eagle’s Nest in Meigs County.The visiting Lady Tornadoes (5-3, 3-3 TVC Hocking) picked up their third consecutive triumph while also ending the Lady Eagles three-match winning streak in a near wire-to-wire fashion. EHS (...

22 hours ago | | | Email

Silver Bridge and U.S. 35 closed due to accident

HENDERSON —The Silver Bridge and U.S. 35 are closed until further notice due to a traffic accident, according to the Mason County Office of Emergency Management.Emergency crews are currently on the scene. More on this developing story as information becomes available.

22 hours ago | | | Email

Southeastern stops Lady Raiders

BIDWELL, Ohio — All good things must come to an end.The River Valley volleyball team won all three of its matches last week but the Lady Raiders couldn’t keep the streak going, and RVHS dropped three straight games to non-conference guest Southeastern, Monday night in Gallia County.The Lady Panthers (7-3) jumped out to a seven point lead early in the opening game, but River Valley (7-5) rallied back to within two at 13-15. A pair of four-point rallies allowed...

22 hours ago | | | Email

GAHS golfers finish 3rd in SEOAL

JACKSON, Ohio — The Logan Chieftains claimed their second consecutive Southeastern Ohio Athletic League golf championship following a seven stroke victory over the field at the fifth and final league match of the season Monday night at Franklin Valley Golf Course in Jackson County.The Chieftains posted a winning tally of 149, which was seven shots better than runner-up Warren and its final score of 156. LHS and the Warriors also finished 1-2 in the final standings with respec...

1 days 22 hours ago | | | Email

Racine pays tribute to 9/11 victims

RACINE — Racine may be a small town, but it is a small town with a big heart.More than 50 firefighters from 10 different departments joined police, EMS, military and veterans in a tribute to those who perished during the 9-11 attacks. Additionally, an estimated 100 people joined the civil servants in what proved to be a inspirational, first-class ceremony. The event was held in conjunction with Racine’s Party in the Park.The idea of planning the ceremony bega...

1 days 22 hours ago | | | Email

Southern sweeps tri-match at Meigs

ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — A perfect storm.The Southern volleyball team won all four of its games against both Belpre and host Meigs this past Saturday afternoon during a non-conference tri-match at Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium in Meigs County.The Lady Tornadoes (4-3) had little trouble with visiting Belpre in the opening match after claiming a 25-12, 25-13 decision over BHS, then SHS held on for a 25-20, 25-22 victory over Meigs in the finale. The Lady Marauders (7-5) def...

1 days 22 hours ago | | | Email

Belpre wins 2014 Riverside Invitational

MASON, W.Va. — The Golden Eagles soared past the 13-team field to win the 21st annual Riverside Invitational, Saturday in Mason County.Match medalist Sam Petty led Belpre to a 323 total, while Warren was second at 340. Roane County was third with a 346, Point Pleasant took fourth with a 355, while Southern was fifth at 356. Ravenswood (357) took sixth, Ripley (381) was seventh, Meigs (383) was eighth, Wahama (406) was ninth, while River Valley (415) rounded out the top-10. Th...

1 days 22 hours ago | | | Email

GAHS runners compete at Southeastern

LONDONDERRY, Ohio — The Gallia Academy girls finished sixth and the boys placed seventh overall Saturday afternoon at the 2014 Aaron Reed Cross Country Invitational held at Southeastern High School in Ross County.The Blue Angels had a pair of top-15 finishes individually en route to a final team score of 152, which placed them in the top half of the 15-team field. The Blue Devils, conversely, managed three top-40 efforts on their way to a team tally of 182 points for seventh ...

1 days 22 hours ago | | | Email

Lady Eagles win Colt Carnival

BYESVILLE, Ohio — The Eastern girls cross country team earned first place Saturday at the Colt Carnival, hosted by Meadowbrook High School.The Lady Eagles finished with a total of 41, defeating second place Caldwell by 15. A total of 10 teams and 93 runners took part in the race and it was won by Brittney Roth of Newcomerstown with a time of 18:57.Eastern was led by fifth place finisher Laura Pullins with a time of 19:45, while Asia Michael was seventh with a time ...

1 days 22 hours ago | | | Email

Raiders win Tigertown Cross Country Palooza

IRONTON, Ohio — The River Valley boys cross country team took home top prize in Saturday’s Tigertown Cross Country Palooza, hosted by Ironton High School.The Radiers had a team total of 54, edging second place Rock Hill by five points. A total of 11 teams posted scores in the boys competition and the race, which featured 105 runners, was won by Seth Miller of Rock Hill (16:54).

1 days 22 hours ago | | | Email


Sponsored By:

Local Gas Prices

Lowest Gas Prices in Pomeroy
Pomeroy Gas Prices provided by

Featured Business

Community Directory