Intel building $20B Ohio chip facility amid global shortage
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Supreme Court halts COVID-19 vaccine rule for US businesses
Bob Saget, beloved TV dad of ‘Full House,’ dead at 65
Bob Saget, beloved TV dad of ‘Full House,’ dead at 65
- Boneyfiddle Project wins Governor’s Award - 4:59 pm
- Hill View President announces retirement - 2:26 pm
- SSU to host Education Career Fair - 2:23 pm
- SSU Circle K Club hosts coat drive - 2:21 pm
- Sheriff’s Office recieves funding for body cameras - 3:45 pm
- City Council takes action against ‘failed’ hotel project - 3:44 pm
- Scioto County COVID-19 Report — Jan. 25 - 2:40 pm
- Two arrested on drug charges after drugs seized - 2:24 pm
- Scioto Foundation announces 2022 scholarship application process - 1:44 pm
- Scioto Foundation awards fourth quarter grants - 1:39 pm
- Three generations proudly serving the community - 5:01 pm
- DeWine awards body-worn camera grants to law enforcement agencies - 1:57 pm
- 148 new cases reported Sunday - 3:44 pm
- Shawnee Game Conference celebrates student success in award presentation - 2:18 pm
- First round OVRDC county caucus scheduled - 2:12 pm
- SSU Development Foundation awards over $16,000 through 2022 Grants Program - 2:05 pm
- GLO bringing park and venue to Lucasville - 3:50 pm
- 6 deaths; 311 new cases reported Friday - 2:50 pm
- Intel building $20B Ohio chip facility amid global shortage - 2:40 pm
- Local nurse experiences extraordinary day - 2:37 pm
- Glenwood High School Basketball Homecoming 2021-2022 - 4:25 pm
- 335 new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday - 2:26 pm
- Commissioners discuss tourism and Children Services - 2:09 pm
- Shawnee State University to host Showcase Day on Feb. 26 - 1:19 pm
- Arrest made in New Boston drug raid - 2:56 pm
Scioto Foundation awards fourth quarter grants
For the fourth quarter of 2021 The Scioto Foundation has awarded six grants totaling $68,838 to local nonprofit organizations serving community needs ...
Three generations proudly serving the community
RUBYVILLE — One Rubyville resident began as a volunteer firefighter 47 years ago — a tradition which has now become three generations of f...
DeWine awards body-worn camera grants to law enforcement agencies
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today awarded more than $4.7 million in grant funding to 109 local law enforcement agencies for expenses associated with lau...
148 new cases reported Sunday
SCIOTO — The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) reported 148 new cases on Sunday for Scioto County bringing the total to 18,036 since the start of ...
Shawnee Game Conference celebrates student success in award presentation
PORTSMOUTH — Showcasing the best gaming work of students, alumni, and industry professionals through interactive sessions, displays, and tournam...
First round OVRDC county caucus scheduled
SCIOTO — The Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission (OVRDC) is holding annual county caucus reorganization meetings for Scioto County on Tu...
Basketball Scoreboard— January 25
Basketball Scoreboard— January 25Boys BasketballPortsmouth 69, Rock Hill 58Valley 66, Paint Valley 35Minford 67, Northwest 39West 51, Oak Hill 3...
Ohio High School Girls Basketball Poll
DIVISION I1. Cin. Mt. Notre Dame (13)17-01442. Reynoldsburg (3)14-21383. Dublin Coffman15-11204. Akr. Hoban15-01015. Cin. Princeton15-3886. Mason15-26...
On their way
PORTSMOUTH — The 2021-22 Notre Dame Lady Titans took a major step towards their goal of an outright Southern Ohio Conference Division I champion...
Girls Basketball Recaps — January 24
Girls BasketballPortsmouth 40, Gallia Academy 39CENTENARY — A close encounter indeed, but a good road win — and a season sweep — for...
Ohio High School Basketball Poll
The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Ohio high school boys basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record and total po...
Boys Basketball Recaps — January 21
Fairland 69, Portsmouth 61 (2OT)PORTSMOUTH — Regulation wasn’t enough time to decide this Ohio Valley Conference matchup.Neither was a sin...
Fresh herbs that can reduce your reliance on sodium
Salt has long been used to add flavor to people’s favorite foods. In fact, the use of salt as a means to preserving foods and adding flavor to r...
Are you willing to follow?
Do you know God’s will for your life? Now that is a question for the ages. You say, “I don’t know how to know God’s will”...
The Stubborn souls are the losers
Maxine, “Max”, enrolled in outpatient hospice services with end stage renal disease at the age seventy-seven. Max was an attractive lady, ...
6 deaths; 311 new cases reported Friday
SCIOTO — The Scioto County and Portsmouth City Health Department has confirmed six additional local deaths in connection with the COVID-19 virus...
Local nurse experiences extraordinary day
NEW BOSTON —When Emily Whitley RN of Interim HealthCare in Southern Ohio went to work on Jan. 17 she never thought that her ordinary day would t...
LTE: Get to know your candidates
As we enter another midterm year I think it is important to remember that our local elected officials only have so many things that are in their spher...
Peace on earth!
This seems to be a day of challenge at home and abroad, a day where terror is real and danger abounds. A day where the moorings of character, integrit...
It’s all about the baby!
You just might be a grandpa if… a sweet grandchild accidentally spills grape juice on your $90.00 Brooks Brothers tie and you could care less! O...
What you’re looking for
I do love a good commercial. One of my favorite Christmas commercials from the past is one with a little girl that is encouraged by her mom to go to s...
Gearing up for Spiderman: No way home
I wanted this week to get you excited for the NEXT Spiderman that comes out next week. I’d imagine most have forgotten this review of the last f...
Is nausea the cure for obesity?
Semaglutide (and other drugs like it that imitate the intestinal hormone GLP-1 (Glucagon-like peptide-1)) has been hailed as the holy grail, the gastr...