The sun sets on summer
Retired K-9 deputy Jeck passes away
‘Mothman’ attracts thousands to Point
Reenactment concludes with Battle of Buffington Island
Downing named ‘Officer of the Year’
- Court ruling affects local candidate: Villars to remain on ballot in race for county assessor - 7:25 pm
- Delivering a ‘Wise’ discussion - 7:14 pm
- Town of New Haven’s Oktoberfest set for Oct. 1. - 6:15 pm updated: 6:27 pm.
- ‘Next Generation 911’ looks to save lives via texting; Mason County 911 utilizing new technology - 6:11 pm updated: 6:31 pm.
- President Gilbert invested at Marshall - 10:41 am
- Blake to retire as EMS director; commission begins search for replacement - 6:49 pm
- Preparing for the worst - 6:46 pm
- ‘Biker Sunday’ to celebrate 10 years - 4:20 pm updated: 5:01 pm.
- Community Foundation grant deadline Sept. 30 - 6:33 pm
- Town of New Haven looking to hire personnel - 6:30 pm
- The art of gardening - 6:16 pm
- Peoples Bank raises $54K for food banks - 1:40 pm
- For the record - 12:38 pm
- Tri-state area McDonald’s offers teacher appreciation programs - 12:04 pm
- Federal Reserve Bank president to speak at MU - 12:04 pm
- Arraignments held following grand jury indictments - 7:11 pm updated: 7:19 pm.
- Preparing for ‘Battle’ - 7:05 pm
- This week in W.Va. history - 2:22 pm
- PVH talks EMS levy support - 8:07 pm updated: 8:13 pm.
- Reenactment concludes with Battle of Buffington Island - 6:51 pm
- Scenes from the 15th annual Mothman Festival - 3:25 pm
- Elected leaders ‘cautiously optimistic’ about Gavin sale - 7:06 pm updated: 7:06 pm.
- ‘Service above self’ — Law enforcement officers honored at annual banquet - 7:04 pm
- Sergent named Register managing editor - 6:59 pm
- Events to ‘shoot’ for funding new basketball court - 5:03 pm
- US Fleet Forces Ensemble to perform at Marshall - 5:01 pm
- Commission gives funds to local festivals - 9:54 pm updated: 9:42 am.
- The Meeting House to welcome Coffee House Series - 9:31 pm
- PPHS Athletic HOF Class of ‘16 - 6:17 pm
- Mason Town Council talks personnel issues - 5:59 pm
- AEP sells Gavin Plant in Cheshire - 8:59 pm
- Naval component added to ‘Raid’ events - 8:54 pm
- A ‘Lil’ bit goes a long way for those in need: Emergency food pantry placed in New Haven - 6:44 pm
- A festival staple: Serving up the history and mystery of the Mothman Festival - 6:31 pm
- Gallipolis Tractor Supply celebrates Pet Appreciation Week - 3:27 pm
- Police investigate Jackson Pike shooting - 8:31 pm
- ‘Happy trails’ to return Saturday: 21st annual St. Jude Saddle Up Trail Ride to welcome hundreds - 8:26 pm updated: 8:50 pm.
- For the record - 3:24 pm
- AARP offers safe driving class in Gallia - 2:58 pm
- Fall festivals are around the ‘Bend’ - 4:54 pm
- News from around the Buckeye State - 3:23 pm
- Marshall plans Mental Health Matters forum - 3:48 pm
- Burgess, Schelhase to visit Marshall - 1:58 pm
- Former governor Wise to speak in Point - 12:28 pm updated: 12:28 pm.
- Rio professor will sign new book at Bossard - 2:50 pm
- Mason County teachers earn REAL certification - 2:41 pm
- ‘Arcadia’ writer, director to speak at Marshall - 2:36 pm
- Topes is a tradition in retail business - 9:08 pm
- Grand jury returns over 30 indictments - 7:27 pm updated: 7:35 pm.
- First responders to be honored on 9/11 with free dinner - 7:26 pm updated: 7:36 pm.
Town of New Haven looking to hire personnel
NEW HAVEN — The Town of New Haven is looking for a few good men (or women) to fill positions in two different departments, it was announced at t...
The art of gardening
MASON, W.Va. — The fourth in a series of free gardening and landscaping workshops will be held Monday evening at Bob’s Market and Greenhou...
Peoples Bank raises $54K for food banks
MARIETTA, Ohio — Peoples Bank customers, vendors and employees recently raised $54,730 for local food banks in Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky....
Tri-state area McDonald’s offers teacher appreciation programs
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Local McDonald’s restaurants are partnering with schools in the community.McDonald’s of the tri-state will be ac...
Federal Reserve Bank president to speak at MU
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Fifth District Federal Reserve Bank, will speak on the topic “Does Federal Reserve Go...
Week 5 OVP Box Scores
Point Pleasant 65, Mount View 22PP 29-14-22-0 — 65MV 0-0-16-6 — 22Scoring SummaryFirst QuarterPP: Grant Safford 1 run (Cason Payne run) 5:...
Week 5 Football Scores
OHIOAda 41, Columbus Grove 14Akr. Coventry 42, Mogadore Field 21Akr. Firestone 41, Akr. North 6Akr. Hoban 24, Akr. SVSM 0Akr. Manchester 14, Navarre F...
Tornadoes topple Belpre, remain unbeaten
BELPRE, Ohio —So far, the Southern Tornadoes are still the perfect storm.That’s because the Tornadoes, in remaining undefeated on the seas...
Marauders hold off River Valley, 38-34
ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — A tale of two halves.The Meigs football team led Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division guest River Valley 32-0, midway through...
White Falcons soar past Federal Hocking, 20-0
STEWART, Ohio — The White Falcons took some time to take out some frustration.The Wahama football team had suffered three consecutive losses hea...
Eagles soar past Rebels
TUPPERS PLAINS, Ohio — In an obvious contrast in styles on Friday night, it was good for the Eagles that they had a “Jett” on their ...
Pleasant CEOS members explore the area
The Pleasant Community Educational Outreach Service (CEOS) took a break from regular monthly meetings on Aug. 18 and made it a day of pleasure.Mary Su...
20th Lahrmer Family Quilt Sew unveils works
The Lahrmer family gathered for their 20th family quilt sew over the Labor Day weekend.There were 39 in attendance, plus a number of visitors who stop...
Volunteers, businesses support W.Va. flood relief
MASON, W.Va. — A golf scramble for flood relief for Richwood, Clendenin and Greenbrier counties was held by the Upper Mason Cooperative Parish o...
Camp Conley CEOS news
For the August meeting of the Camp Conley CEOS Club, members traveled to Rio Grande, Ohio and had dinner at Bob Evans Farm Restaurant.For meditations,...
Quilts ‘N Things news
Quilts ‘N Things recently met at the court house annex with the meeting called to order by President Mercedes Sayre.Mercedes told the members a ...
Point Pleasant Writers Guild meets
Writers enjoy talking, too, and there was no shortage of topics discussed at a recent meeting of the Point Pleasant Writers Guild, everything from boo...
With God, things are always as they seem
Currents of popular opinion sweep about us like whitewater waves swirling down the narrow ravine of everyday living.They threaten to sweep us off our ...
Don’t place trust in wrongful things
Have you ever wished you could trade places with someone? If you could trade places with anyone you want, who would you choose?Maybe a movie star or f...
Grass growth is as sneaky as sin
Even though it has not rained much lately, I still have to often mow the grass in my yard. I mowed grass last Saturday, and this following Tuesday had...
How to smoke out negative vibes
Editor’s Note: Listen to the podcast of this column.Sitting around a campfire, you may hear someone say, “Smoke follows beauty.”It m...
Faulty meme logic is dangerous
My phone chirped letting me know someone had sent me a text. As is usually the case it was one of my amazing church members.The text read, “Hey ...