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Veterinarian has to have many skills

One of the things that I love about my job is the wide variety of patients and cases that I see. This is not the ... Read more

4 hours ago by Guest Columnist.

Ohio doctor convicted of overprescribing painkillers, fraud

TOLEDO (AP) — A doctor who portrayed himself as an advocate for patients who need legitimate pain treatment has been convicted of overprescribing painkillers. A ... Read more

10 hours ago by Associated Press.

Work under way on U.S. 23 turn lane project

Watch for lane, shoulder closures near Raceland RACELAND, Ky. — Work’s under way on a $275,000 Kentucky Department of Highways project to extend U.S. 23 ... Read more

10 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Foundation receives $50K for African American Community Fund

NELSONVILLE — The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio’s African American Community Fund (AACF) is among 20 nonprofit funds receiving a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Bank ... Read more

10 hours ago by Staff Reports.

FirstEnergy to pay $230M in settlement in Ohio bribery case

CINCINNATI (AP) — The energy giant at the center of a $60 million bribery scheme in Ohio admitted to riveting new details of its role ... Read more

10 hours ago by Associated Press.

Man arraigned on charges from Monday night chase

On Thursday morning, the man who led police on a high-speed chase through two states was arraigned in the Ironton Municipal Court. Adam W. Ray, ... Read more

10 hours ago by Mark Shaffer.

AG Yost inks a $26B deal with major drug companies that fueled opioid epidemic

COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Wednesday announced a historic $26 billion nationwide agreement with the three largest distributors of opioids and Johnson ... Read more

10 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Local veteran of Normandy dies at 98

Rudmann was POW after D-Day A local hero from the Greatest Generation of World War II has passed. Lawrence Rudmann Sr., of Ironton, was a ... Read more

10 hours ago by Heath Harrison.

Enjoying the park

Groups help kids reconnect after pandemic The South Point Village Park on Tuesday was filled with kids taking part in Impact Prevention’s summer programs. Besides ... Read more

10 hours ago by Mark Shaffer.

GALLERY: Pets of the Tri-State

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10 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Chesapeake mayor recall effort ruled invalid

CHESAPEAKE — A petition to recall Chesapeake’s mayor has been ruled invalid by the Lawrence County Prosecutor. Terry Griffith, of Chesapeake, a former council member, ... Read more

10 hours ago by Heath Harrison.

ARC co-chair visits projects up close

Manchin visits with CCTC, CAO GETAWAY — The head of the Appalachian Regional Commission paid a visit to Lawrence County on Wednesday to view first ... Read more

10 hours ago by Heath Harrison.

GALLERY: Faith and Funfest

Impact Prevention and Parks aLive hosted a Faith and Funfest in South Park for children including a look at first responder equipment and free snacks. Read more

10 hours ago by Mark Shaffer.

KBC recruiting summer blood donors to donate

Two cars being given away as reward LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky Blood Center is encouraging blood donors to give blood during the summer months, which ... Read more

1 day ago by Staff Reports.

Donation made for rescued beagles

Charleston, West Virginia shop Kin Ship Goods announced it raised $3,266 from sales of its T-shirts to go to Pitiful Paws rescue group. The funds ... Read more

1 day ago by Staff Reports.

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