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Marijuana eradication efforts underway

Chamber welcomes new OUS dean

Chamber welcomes new OUS dean

SOUTH POINT — In mid-April Dr. Nicole Pennington was named the first female dean of Ohio University Southern and as the beginning of the semester ... Read more | Add your comment

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Marijuana eradication efforts underway

On Tuesday the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office conducted the first of its annual marijuana eradication. Sheriff’s deputies, along with the assistance of the Ohio BCI&I ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. DeWine visits IHS to talk school safety  | Add your comment
  2. Bakery distribution center moves to The Point  | Add your comment
  3. Taking Off  | Add your comment

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Business owners, managers set to mingle

(Editor’s note: This article first appeared in the Thursday, July 24, edition of The Tribune) For business owners and managers promotion and marketing do not ... Read more | Add your comment

Splashin’ Around

Splashin’ Around

Passing a greased watermelon across an Olympic-size pool may be more difficult than it sounds. To find out exactly how difficult one would have to ... Read more | Add your comment

Summer concerts play on

The Tuesday night summer concert series at the Ironton Farmers Market continues tonight with a performance by Tri-State band City Heat. The show starts at ... Read more | Add your comment

Skimming HUD money ends with prison term

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A Proctorville woman will spend the next year and a half in prison for skimming money from several government-subsidized apartment bank accounts ... Read more | Add your comment

Splashin’ Around

Splashin’ Around

  Children compete in ‘Fun Day’ at Sta-Tan Pool   Passing a greased watermelon across an Olympic-size pool may be more difficult than it sounds. ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Skimming HUD money ends with prison term  | Add your comment
  2. Summer concerts play on  | Add your comment
  3. River’s Bend resident donates to Lock of Love  | Add your comment
  4. IIB shapes up trees  | Add your comment
  5. Falling Ash?  | Add your comment
  6. Turning 200  | Add your comment
  7. Sheriff warns of phone scam  | Add your comment
  8. McCown completes Eagle Service Project  | Add your comment
  9. British instructors bring soccer camp to America  | Add your comment
  10. Local programs recognize volunteers  | Add your comment
  11. Fight the law, get bitten  | Add your comment
  12. Portman takes issue with President  | Add your comment
  13. Threats land man in prison for 6 years  | Add your comment
  14. Coal Grove 7-8 Girls All-Stars Win District 11  | Add your comment

Sports

D-Backs keep Simon losing; Reds fall to 2-10 since All-Star break

D-Backs keep Simon losing; Reds fall to 2-10 since All-Star break

CINCINNATI (AP) — Alfredo Simon hasn’t won a game since his first All-Star selection. The rest of the Reds aren’t doing much better, either. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Bengals’ Atkins returns to camp  | Add your comment
  2. NFL suspends Bengals’ Lewis-Harris due to substance abuse policy  | Add your comment
  3. Marquette’s Mayo leaving school for pro career  | Add your comment

Feature

Cheering one of our own

Glitz and glamour, red carpets and flashing lights. Ironton was transformed into Hollywood for one night to celebrate one of the most anticipated new television ... Read more | Add your comment

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Editorials

Scouts work to help town

Despite the fact local Boy Scouting participation has waned in recent years, that isn’t stopping members from working to improve the community. This past weekend, ... Read more | Add your comment

Opinions

Crime: What’s the solution?

As someone who grew up in South Point and graduated from South Point High School, it ... Read more | Add your comment

Life

The Spirit of Christmas

The Spirit of Christmas

Most people start getting into the Christmas spirit when the Thanksgiving meal is finished. But 61-year-old Keith Boggs, of Pedro, feels the spirit of Christmas ... Read more | Add your comment

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KDMC, Paulus named in civil suit

  Complaint alleges negligence, fraud in heart stent surgeries   ASHLAND, Ky. — A Chesapeake man has filed a civil lawsuit against King’s Daughters Medical Center ... Read more | Add your comment

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