The first Know-It-All in the inaugural Test Your Local News Knowledge trivia quiz is Chuck Cooper of Lucasville. He was randomly selected from the participants who had perfect scores.
Although a prize has not yet been established to this beta-version online quiz, Cooper can boast being its first winner.
Here are the questions and answers from this week’s quiz:
• Local businessman Roger Padron passed away on Tuesday at age 83. In what type of business did Padron make his mark in the local community? (Tires)
• A sports program for an NFL game for the Portsmouth Spartans was featured on the cable show “Pawn Stars.” On the program, which NFL team is Portsmouth facing off against? (Bears)
• Carl McCrory is the new superintendent for what local school district? (Valley)
• On April 28, Shawnee State University’s President’s Gala is themed “Gala de la Presidente: A Night in (blank)…” which Latin American city? (Havava)
• The NFL released its 2012 schedule last week and the Cincinnati Bengals face teams with a combined 27 Super Bowl titles including the defending champions, who are they? (Giants)
• Looking to cool off in a local community pool just got a little tougher since which Township decided not to reopen its pool this summer? (Clay)
• West Middle School students put on an abridged performance this past weekend of what Rodgers and Hammerstein musical classic? (Oklahoma)
• Pancake Day was Wednesday of last week and put on annually by what local civic organization? (Kiwanis)
• Last week was National Volunteer Week. All five organizations below contributed a lot of local volunteer hours, but which one contributed the most at 40,221 hours in 2011? (SOMC)
Don’t miss next week’s Test Your Local News Knowledge trivia quiz on Monday at portsmouth-dailytimes.com.