2,000 feet of art – 1900’s streetcar
New amendment on condemned houses
$107 million project
3 Individuals Charged with Endangering Children
Nationwide crime spree ends in Lucasville, Ohio
- ‘This is us’ - 5:54 pm
- Bringing life to locals - 3:27 pm
- Church News - 2:55 pm
- Daily Times announces egg hunt winners - 1:39 pm
- Brown bill to stem fentanyl import - 11:32 am
- Forfeiture – an important tool - 11:30 am
- ‘Last man standing’ - 5:41 pm
- Wellness events getting underway - 4:46 pm
- More prisoners? - 3:14 pm updated: 4:04 pm.
- Cautious optimism at Piketon - 1:38 pm
- Davis talks courthouse security - 1:37 pm
- Service scout - 6:05 pm
- Audit nails STAR employees - 4:16 pm
- Village appoints fire chief, plans raises - 4:15 pm
- Robbery suspect sought - 4:02 pm
- SOPA passes JEDISO funds - 3:57 pm
- New state gun law - 3:17 pm
- Crash kills Portsmouth man - 3:03 pm
- Minor injuries in two-car accident - 2:59 pm
- Medal of Honor Day - 1:56 pm
- The ‘rock’ to be displayed - 1:23 pm
- New Ohio law sets distance between motorists and bicyclists - 1:21 pm
- Water break stopped - 1:07 pm
- Farmer excited about apples - 6:25 pm
- County sales tax revenue up - 2:56 pm
Cautious optimism at Piketon
Officials at Fluor-BWXT are cautiously watching the FY 2018 budget to see how it will affect their call for the D&D project at Piketon to be fully...
Davis talks courthouse security
The Scioto County Commissioners and the judges of the Courts of Common Pleas are working on getting increased security into place in the Scioto County...
Everyone faces adversity, but few continue to push towards what may seem impossible goals-goals set in the service of others.Tyler Hughes, 17, of Sout...
Audit nails STAR employees
Fraud and misuse of public funds plagued a southern Ohio correctional facility, where state auditors and investigators say they found employees forged...
Village appoints fire chief, plans raises
The Village of New Boston is exploring several ways to best serve both Village employees and community members.During Tuesday night’s meeting of...
Tiffany Bise tossed a complete game four-hitter as the University of Rio Grande posted a 4-2 victory in game two of its doubleheader with Montreat Col...
Bears showing improvement
Behind an excellent effort from the Shawnee State softball program, the Bears were able to split a doubleheader on Tuesday evening, defeating (RV) Geo...
Conkey stars again for Rio
Jenna Jones tossed an opening game no-hitter, Kelsey Conkey followed with a game two shutout and Cheyenne Hamaker had a pair of big games at the plate...
Kingery set to roll with SSU
When a person breaks into a starting lineup, an individual can see that the person in question is a pretty good ballplayer.However, when a person laun...
Eight named All-Ohio
COLUMBUS — If a season is in progress, one can always count on Minford, Portsmouth, and Wheelersburg being in the hunt for a district championsh...
Nine earn All-Ohio honors
COLUMBUS — In the Division IV ranks, one would be hard-pressed to find two better floor generals than Cameron King and Akia Brown.The statewide ...
Author to visit West
On March 20 Ohio young adult author Mindy McGinnis will visit both Portsmouth West Middle School and Portsmouth West High School to speak to students ...
SCBDD Partners with CAO
Thanks to a partnership between Scioto County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD) and the Community Action Organization (CAO), local children ...
Minford Open Enrollment
Minford Local School District announces the following concerning Open Enrollment of non- resident students:Applications are available on the district ...
March 20The Board of Trustees of Morgan Township will hold the regular meeting on Monday. The meeting is at 7 p.m., at the Senior Center, 7106 Big Bea...
Ohio Senate commends anniversary of Music Festival
The Executive Director of the Ohio Arts Council, Donna Collins, presented a commendation from Ohio Senator Joe Uecker during the 75th Annual Scioto Co...
SSU opens Chem. Lab
Shawnee State University offers help for any student enrolled in a chemistry class at the Chemistry Study Center, located in Room 341 in Massie Hall.T...
Social Security, Medicare will fail without reform
I have often wondered why policymakers in Washington repeatedly fail to seriously address problems with our Social Security and Medicare programs, des...
Do we fear listening to the other side?
In our conversations, whether political, public or private, we seem to be increasingly belligerent, uncivil and unrelenting, determined to crush the o...
Democrats have a nasty little Gorsuch problem
Neil Gorsuch will have the support of all 52 Senate Republicans for confirmation to the Supreme Court. He also could win the votes of a half-dozen or ...
Yes: Obama-era cuts left US too weak
The U.S. Constitution makes President Donald Trump the commander in chief. The responsibility of raising and maintaining a military, however, was assi...
Oh, fleeting sunrise
Oh, fleeting sunrise, how quickly you change. At 6:45 the eastern horizon was a magnificent pink and purple paisley pattern. By 7:00 these same wooded...
This budget isn’t dead on arrival
Every year, Congress affixes the same toe tag to the White House budget within minutes of its delivery: “Dead on Arrival.”The phrase is su...