The South Shore (Ky.) Water Works Company has lifted the boil water notice for the area of Indianola to East Tygart Road.
For more information call the office at (606) 932-3531.
Court of Appeals convenes
The Fourth Court of Appeals will convene at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, July 22, in the Scioto County Court of Appeals Courtroom, Scioto County Courthouse, 602 Seventh St, to consider cases from Adams and Scioto counties. Cases will be argued before Presiding Judge Matthew W. McFarland and Judges William H. Harsha and Peter B. Abele.
The Fourth Appellate District is comprised of McFarland of Portsmouth; Administrative Judge Roger L. Kline of Circleville; Harsha of Chillicothe; and Abele of Athens.
The Court of Appeals directly reviews all cases heard or tried in lower courts in which a decision is being appealed. These cases may have been tried in Common Pleas, Probate, Juvenile, Municipal or County courts, and may be either civil or criminal cases.
The Fourth District Court of Appeals serves the following 14 counties in southern Ohio: Adams, Athens, Gallia, Highland, Hocking, Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Pickaway, Pike, Ross, Scioto, Vinton and Washington.
Summer Horse Camp is offered
Young horse lovers entering grades three through eight can spend one week in July learning horsemanship and riding at the Ohio University Southern “Fun with Horses Summer Camp,” which is offered for the first time this year. The camp will be held at the Ohio Horse Park in Franklin Furnace, with transportation provided from the campus of Ohio University Southern in Ironton.
The camp will be split into two, week-long sessions and students have the option of choosing the week they wish to attend. The first session will begin July 26 and run through July 30. The second session will begin Aug. 2 and continue through Aug. 6. The cost for one week of the horse adventure will be $150 per student.
Campers will learn the history of the horse, breeds and identification of the horse, natural behaviors, approaching, haltering and tying, leading and riding. Each day participants will complete a horse-related craft.
All riders must wear long pants each day and bring boots with a 1/2 inch heel to ride in. For riders who need boots, the Ohio Horse Park has several pairs of boots available for riders to use.
To register for the camp or for more information, contact Kelly Hall at (740) 354-9347. Packets for the horse camp may be obtained from Janet Long Wagner in the Learning, Assessment and Career Resource Center at Ohio University Southern or by calling (740) 533-4544.
From PDT Staff reports