- Early voting begins in Town of Henderson - 3:03 pm
- Memorial Day ceremonies planned for Bend Area - 3:03 pm
- This week in West Virginia History - 2:28 pm
- For the record - 1:26 pm
- Top students named in PPHS Class of ‘16 - 8:02 pm
- Meigs Memorial Day Run to return - 8:01 pm
- WVa permitless concealed carry passes - 6:34 pm
- Hannan to graduate 44 Wildcats - 6:23 pm updated: 8:03 pm.
- Smoking banned in all public places as of July 1 - 9:27 pm updated: 9:28 pm.
- Warden, Stewart named top Wahama grads; commencement set for this Friday - 8:04 pm updated: 8:44 pm.
- Parents encouraged to obtain state IDs for kids - 7:45 pm
- Farmers Bank promotes Pearce - 3:21 pm
- Jobless rate declines in Mason Co. - 6:57 pm
- Dayton men enter pleas on drug charges - 6:28 pm
- Ohio Valley Bank’s Tony Staley will appear on ‘Strictly Business’ cable talk show - 4:41 pm
- More appear for arraignments in circuit court - 7:16 pm updated: 7:54 pm.
- Finishing the race - 6:31 pm updated: 9:18 pm.
- Mason talks police coverage - 6:29 pm
- Non-partisan organizations to host W.Va. gubernatorial debate Oct. 4 - 6:27 pm
- Warrant issued for Columbus man - 7:53 pm
- Bringing history to life - 7:24 pm
- Henderson election set for June 14 - 6:42 pm
- Historical society discussed at New Haven council - 5:57 pm
- This week in W.Va. history - 3:15 pm
- Mason County Prom Season - 2:30 pm updated: 3:04 pm.
- ‘Mock accident’ meant to educate local students - 7:41 pm
- State treasurer presents county, others, with unclaimed property funds - 7:33 pm
- ‘Click It or Ticket’ event planned in Mason - 5:55 pm
- Reading fair produces results from local students - 6:15 pm
- 26th Bend Area Gospel Jubilee returns - 6:09 pm
- Chief Cornstalk featured at Chautauqua - 6:05 pm
- Wayne Forest requires ginseng harvest permits - 4:35 pm
- Marshall Dermatology offers skin cancer prevention, tips - 4:00 pm
- Chautauqua’s red tent to reappear in City Park - 7:58 pm
- School board approves personnel agenda items - 6:35 pm
- Wahama FBLA helps those in need - 6:32 pm
- Bend Area C.A.R.E. catfish tourney returns - 6:22 pm
- For the record: Point PD releases unpaid fines list - 3:13 pm updated: 6:29 pm.
- Early voting to begin in New Haven - 8:13 pm
- Wahama students inducted into honor societies - 8:10 pm
- Those indicted by grand jury appear for arraignments - 5:45 pm
- Meigs juvenile reported missing - 2:34 am
- In pieces on Main Street - 7:03 pm
- U.S. House passes ‘Healthy Babies Act’ - 4:26 pm updated: 7:04 pm.
- 911 adds emergency foreign language services - 3:51 pm
- This week in West Virginia history - 2:19 pm
- For the record - 1:55 pm
- Council hears request to abandon street - 6:53 pm
- Operation Fancy Free visits Point Council - 6:15 pm
- Letart Nature Park presented with MCCF grant - 5:42 pm
Smoking banned in all public places as of July 1
POINT PLEASANT — After a comment period in which only one letter of opposition was received, the Mason County Board of Health has unanimously pa...
Warden, Stewart named top Wahama grads; commencement set for this Friday
MASON — Taylor Elizabeth Warden and Faith Ann Stewart have been announced as the top two in their class of graduating seniors at Wahama High Sch...
Parents encouraged to obtain state IDs for kids
OHIO VALLEY – National Missing Children’s Day was May 25, and the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles wants to remind parents of the tools avail...
Farmers Bank promotes Pearce
OHIO VALLLEY — Farmers Bank officials announce the promotion of Amanda Pearce as branch manager of the Gallipolis retail location.Pearce has eig...
Jobless rate declines in Mason Co.
POINT PLEASANT — For the second consecutive month, jobless rates dropped in Mason County.The most recent county numbers are for April and show M...
Dayton men enter pleas on drug charges
POINT PLEASANT — Two men from Dayton, Ohio, have entered into plea agreements after being indicted on drug charges last year.Aaron L. Pooler Jr....
Additional scenes from the Class A, Region 4 final
MASON, W.Va. — On Wednesday night at J.C. Cook Field, the Wahama baseball team defeated Gilmer County by a 7-0 count. The White Falcons seventh ...
15 from OVP named all-SE District baseball
A total of 15 individuals from the Ohio Valley Publishing area — including half of them from the three smallest schools — have earned all-...
Qualls inks with Berea College
BIDWELL, Ohio — Once she goes off to college, Tianna Qualls will be combining basketball with work.That’s because Qualls, a graduating sen...
Wilcoxons qualify for state tennis after all
ATHENS, Ohio — Indeed, Tuesday was the Wilcoxons’ day of Monopoly.After all, it had to feel like drawing the “Bank Error in Your Fav...
Twyman to play hoops at Davis & Elkins College
BIDWELL, Ohio — Adversity has a way of revealing one’s true character.Tyler Twyman’s misfortunes only proved that a lot of people we...
‘Yard of the Month’ winners announced
The Tu-Endie-Wei Garden Club has announced the winners of “Yard of the Month” for May in Point Pleasant as follows: Ward One: Tom Vance, 1...
Local teens attend YLA International Conference
Addressing international crises as a backdrop, four students from Point Pleasant Junior High School attended a three-day conference this spring in Min...
AEP River Transportation donations
Nikkita Lawson of Mason County Association for Special Citizens (Camp Sunshine), pictured, receives a check for $1,000 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley...
Writers guild welcomes columnist, author
How do you get ideas on what to write? What motivates you to write? How do I get it published? These are some of the questions that crop up at meeting...
WoHeLo CEOS keeps busy schedule
Nine members and two guests of the WoHeLo CEOS Club held their monthly meeting recently in which plans were made to attend the County Spring Luncheon,...
Why will America stay great?
This is a question for the people of the Church to answer, and to answer it, the people of the Church need to read the Bible.But, before pursuing that...
Faith is key to unlock God’s power
Do any of you have your own keying?You may have a key to your piggy bank or even house on it. Some of us use keys every day, but today we are going to...
At the Capitol: Special session but no budget
Legislators ended the first week of a special session without a plan to close a $270 million funding gap in the 2016-17 state budget, but with assuran...
Get bombed, not bored, with everyday life
Editor’s Note: Listen to the podcast of this column.Blue bubbles hissed in the tub, spritzing and spraying like a giant Alka-Seltzer.I’d j...
God’s mercy available if we choose to receive it
In the maelstrom of confusion resulting from our nation’s moral collapse, it can be overwhelming to think that for a child of God, nothing has r...