DOE waste facility at A-plant fight continues
Grandmothers arraigned in court
Bloom Vernon to present Les Mise’rables
Residents turn out to support Friends of Portsmouth Winterfest
Weather service issues winter storm advisory through noon today
- DOE waste facility at A-plant fight continues - 5:00 pm
- Grandmothers arraigned in court - 3:19 pm updated: 6:03 pm.
- Bloom Vernon to present Les Mise’rables - 2:15 pm
- Christmas Parade cancelled - 1:56 pm
- Residents turn out to support Friends of Portsmouth Winterfest - 5:15 pm
- Weather service issues winter storm advisory through noon today - 5:00 pm
- Alleged conspiracy - 4:50 pm
- Meadows unhappy about comments - 2:15 pm
- Fa La La La Local Holiday Expo - 1:45 pm
- Scioto Economic Development recieves more than $68,000 - 6:00 pm
- SSU/SEA reach contract agreement - 4:42 pm
- Arrests made in Rhoden murders - 2:02 pm updated: 8:21 pm.
- Local activist launches online petition to stop A-plant waste facility - 5:45 pm
- Volunteers needed for Friends of Portsmouth Winterfest - 4:15 pm
- Locals reach 100 and 102 milestones - 3:50 pm
- Williams goes on missionary trip - 1:00 pm updated: 3:55 pm.
- Green prepares to start the building process - 12:00 pm
- Council to meet on Tuesday - 12:00 pm
- Animal paws for breast cancer - 5:45 pm
- Professor files suit against SSU - 3:15 pm updated: 12:05 pm.
- DOE provides responses to some criticism, attracts few visitors - 2:30 pm
- Veterans reflect on their service to our country - 1:45 pm
- Keep an eye out for the big yellow bus - 4:45 pm
- Commissioners reduce SOPA board, recieve SSU planned improvements - 1:30 pm
- Pedestrian killed on US 23 in Ross County - 1:30 pm
Scioto Economic Development recieves more than $68,000
Over $68,000 has been awarded to the Scioto County Economic Development Department by Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth. “Out of that money $18,000 has gone...
SSU/SEA reach contract agreement
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio – In a joint statement released today (Tuesday), Shawnee State University (SSU) and Shawnee Education Association (SEA) announc...
Arrests made in Rhoden murders
“We’re not going to leave the county until we have solved these horrible murders.”These were the words of Ohio Attorney General, now...
Local activist launches online petition to stop A-plant waste facility
Well-known local activist and former worker at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant, Vina Colley is attempting to take nationwide her quest to block...
Locals reach 100 and 102 milestones
Margaret Kuhn Turns 100 Margaret Amelia Victoria Burk Kuhn was born on November 11, 1918, the day that World War I ended, and the reason for the ̶...
Harris, Kammler compete at state
On a cold and frigid morning in Hebron, Ohio near Columbus, the two qualifiers for the state cross country races, Matthew Harris of Minford and Aiden ...
OSSCA releases all-state honors
On Saturday, the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association (OSSCA) released their all-state honorees for all-state first and second teams, and once a...
Pirates outlast Greeneview, 35-13
The Jamestown Greeneview Rams gave the Wheelersburg Pirates absolutely everything they had Saturday night at Herrnstein Field in Chillicothe, but stil...
West 5th/6th grade claims Peewee Super Bowl
On a cold, frigid afternoon, the Portsmouth West Senators were able to win the 5th and 6th grade peewee football Super Bowl over the Minford Falcons 1...
Hammond to compete against the world
For Chad Hammond, keeping fit and competing in power lifting events is a way of life.The 45 year old school teacher at Portsmouth High School has been...
SOC football honors
On Friday, the SOC their first and second team honors for the SOC I as well as the conference’s superlative accolades for the first division. Th...
From Elvis to Elvira: Oak Ridge Boy Richard Sterban talks about their holiday show
“Giddy up oom poppa, mow mow.”The above lyric, for lack of a better word, is probably not the most artistic composition ever written. But ...
Relationships: can someone’s inner critic cause them to put up with abusive behaviour?
If one is used to spending time around people who are abusive, they can come to the conclusion that they are a victim. It is then not that one is play...
New administration may equal some changes at Riffe Center
The new artistic director for the Vern Riffe Center for the Arts at Shawnee State University, Stan Workman, who is also a professor in the university&...
Goodwill of Southern Ohio to hold first Halloween bash
The event is labeled Goodwill’s “Inaugural Halloween Bash and Live Auction.”Goodwill of Southern Ohio Communications Director Jonath...
Community of Christ 2237 Russell Avenue West Portsmouth will gather for 10:30 AM Morning Worship on Sunday October 14 with guest ministers, Doug and C...
Helping veterans and active duty service members
Every year on Veterans Day, we honor the people who risk their lives to protect our freedom. Social Security honors veterans and active duty members o...
Too good to be true?
Remember how we always say that diet and exercise aka lifestyle stuff, are abysmally poor explanations or treatments for weight problems. The message ...
Musings on a dark and gloomy day
Friday was a rainy, overcast, gloomy day, not fit for outdoor activity, but perfect for curling up in front of the fireplace with a good book.I have t...
When life reminds us that we don’t have a clue
When life bears its teeth for absolutely no reason at all (or at least it seems that way) we have a choice to make. And likewise, when we cannot belie...
Lt. Thomas K. Coles 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry
As I was walking through Greenlawn Cemetery, I spotted a large monument midway through the cemetery. The memorial seemed to be reaching toward the hea...
An attitude of gratitude
After more than two decades of ministry to people, I have come to believe that a failure to give thanks is at the heart of much, if not most, of the s...