Rio Grande moves to tobacco-free campuses
Rescued Gallia dogs moved to shelters
Middleport celebrates $3.2M investment in Imperial Electric
Tribute to the River returns
Lip Sync sequel draws hundreds
- MCCF accepting applications for fall round - 8:38 pm
- Point talks recreation, trash truck and more - 6:43 pm updated: 8:43 pm.
- Mothman Pageants return Saturday - 5:34 pm
- New psychologist joins Valley Health - 3:29 pm
- Ohlinger earns PVH Employee of the Month - 3:29 pm
- Emancipation donation - 3:28 pm
- Point featured in statewide campaign ad - 8:34 pm
- New Haven talks placing water project on ballot - 5:18 pm updated: 5:20 pm.
- For the record - 3:52 pm
- Marshall rolls out active shooter training - 3:07 pm
- Child dies in fire outside Point Pleasant - 8:06 pm
- Town of Mason adopts social media policy - 8:03 pm
- Area veterans discuss issues with congressmen - 6:48 pm
- ‘Kickin’ cancer’ kickball tournament to return - 5:49 pm
- This week in West Virginia history - 5:40 pm
- Hurt to return to Ohio - 6:42 pm
- Town hall meeting for Ohio, W.Va. veterans - 3:51 pm updated: 5:07 pm.
- Inaugural Mothman GeoTrail event - 7:35 pm
- ‘Takin’ it to the streets’ - 7:32 pm
- Point discusses eyesore property - 7:31 pm updated: 7:34 pm.
- Delores N. Simmons - 2:42 pm
- Point cleaning flood wall murals - 11:44 am
- Huntington police respond to 26 overdoses in 4 hours - 6:25 pm
- Tomblin appoints Cromley as family court judge - 6:09 pm updated: 6:11 pm.
- Wahama/New Haven Elementary and Hannan/Ashton Elementary bus routes - 5:58 pm
- Preparing for a new school year in Mason County - 5:55 pm
- Crash kills Pomeroy man - 6:35 pm
- Glenwood man accused of stabbing brother - 6:33 pm
- That’s a wrap … until next year - 6:32 pm
- Mason County Schools releases bus route information - 6:03 pm
- Kevin E. Gillman - 6:02 pm
- Two assaulted in knife attack - 5:06 pm
- Fair scenes - 3:23 pm
- Fair Awards presented - 3:11 pm
- Make your stitches count - 12:19 am
- ‘Carryover’ funds appropriated by commission - 9:53 pm
- Recognized for a job well done - 6:12 pm
- Bison statue to greet returning students - 4:10 pm
- MU receives $2.4M grant to study nutrition - 4:10 pm
- For the record - 3:02 pm
- Mason County Fair Awards - 2:50 pm
- State Fire Marshal probes Pomeroy blaze - 9:17 pm
- Preparing to do ‘Battle’ - 7:42 pm updated: 9:49 am.
- Continuum of Care slates 9th fundraiser - 6:34 pm updated: 8:05 pm.
- New Haven back-to-school event set - 6:27 pm
- Capturing that winning moment… - 6:03 pm
- Champion replacement heifers - 5:02 pm
- Commercial feeder calf show - 4:57 pm
- Historic buildings burn in Pomeroy - 10:02 pm
- New Haven at odds over water project - 6:17 pm
Marshall rolls out active shooter training
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University has developed a training module for faculty, staff and students to learn how to best handle an active sh...
Child dies in fire outside Point Pleasant
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — A house fire claimed the life of a child early Sunday morning at a home just outside Point Pleasant.Point Pleasant Fire ...
Town of Mason adopts social media policy
MASON — A new social media policy that affects both town-sanctioned sites as well as employees’ private sites was adopted by the Mason tow...
Area veterans discuss issues with congressmen
OHIO VALLEY — More than 100 veterans converged Monday morning for a town hall meeting in Mason to hear congressional updates from both West Virg...
‘Kickin’ cancer’ kickball tournament to return
NEW HAVEN — A benefit tournament with a unique name is quickly becoming a major county event in the fight against cancer.The third annual “...
This week in West Virginia history
CHARLESTON — The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at ...
Lady Tornadoes top Meigs in season opener
RACINE, Ohio — A sweep to start the year.The Southern volleyball team claimed a non-conference victory in straight games on Tuesday night, as th...
Tornadoes topple Belpre
BELPRE, Ohio — Still perfect.The Southern golf team improved to 3-0 in league matches this fall following a solid effort of 188 at Oxbow Country...
Lady Marauders win 1st match
JACKSON, Ohio — Simply put, the Lady Marauders came out in droves — and came out swinging.That’s because the Meigs High School girls...
Black Knights win tri-match with White Falcons, Raiders
GALLIPOLIS, Ohio — Buoyed by four scores of 43 or better, the Point Pleasant High School golf team captured a triangular match on Tuesday —...
“Rumble at Rio” to benefit RedStorm softball
RIO GRANDE, Ohio - The University of Rio Grande softball program will host a fundraiser featuring Bluegrass Championship Wrestling on Saturday, Sept. ...
WoHeLo CEOS Club news
For Community Educational Outreach Service (CEOS) Clubs all over the county and the state, July was Reorganization Month.Election of officers and appo...
Editor’s Note: The Point Pleasant Register appreciates your input to the community calendar. To make sure items can receive proper attention, al...
Pictured are members of The Kitchen Table, members of the Pleasant Valley Hospital Auxiliary who head up the auxiliary’s community outreach comm...
Mountaineers 4-H Club news
The Mountaineers 4-H Club wanted to help those affected by the flood in West Virginia. Many members purchased and sent cleaning supplies to aid in the...
Final Pre-K registration set for Aug. 5
Mason County Schools will have a final registration for preschool on Aug. 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Mason County Board of Education Central O...
As a whole, Olympics were a success
With all the clamor about how unfit and unready Rio de Janeiro’s was in its role as host of the Olympic Games, many folks read or watched the ne...
Hobo habits that keep me grounded
Editor’s Note: Listen to the podcast of this column.Hobo’s have always fascinated me — ever since I pranced out the door one trick-o...
Men on the march for same cause
Both men were on grueling military marches. John marched 130 miles due north to Gettysburg with the 140th Pennsylvania Volunteers. Leigh marched 250 m...
There is good news in today’s violent world
In a world as ravaged as is ours by the bitter winds of hate and hate’s awful offspring, cruelty, we long for the sweetly perfumed airs of good ...
Dear God, what have we done?
Our youngest son, Jamin, started law school at Liberty University, in Lynchburg, Va., this week. Terry and I helped him move things for his apartment....
The Olympics of life with God as coach
I was working on the sermon for church this past week, and Hebrews 12: 1-2 was part of the Scripture.It made me think of the Olympics that have been o...