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Sheetz convenience store chain hit with discrimination lawsuit

(AP) — The Sheetz convenience store chain has been hit with a lawsuit by federal officials who allege ...

Opinion

Jeri Fields: Social Security working to support small business

Running a small business can be a 24-7 endeavor. Managing employees, inventory, scheduling, services, and marketing can be ...

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Summer Jobs: What to know about minor work permits

COLUMBUS — With just 10 weeks until the beginning of summer, many Ohio teens will soon be completing ...

Education

Marshall Foundation celebrates scholarship recipients, donors with annual brunch

Staff report HUNTINGTON, W. Va. —- Student scholarship recipients were honored Saturday at Marshall University during the 2024 Scholarship ...

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Woman charged after fetus found

The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a fetus was found on Wednesday. The sheriff’s office was ...

Lifestyles

Doug Johnson: Helping those who need help is never wrong

Years ago, a man went to a convention where the famous African American scientist/inventor George Washington Carver was ...

Lifestyles

Tim Thorockmorton: The pastor who stood against Britain

This week, we are blessed to celebrate the 249th anniversary of the memorable night of April 19, 1775, ...

Opinion

Editorial: Adding to storied list of accomplishments

In the course of our reporting, we at The Tribune often see the youth in the county make ...

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Homemakers host annual Achievement Day

Awards given for projects ROME TOWNSHIP — The Lawrence County Homemakers hosted their annual Achievement Day event at ...

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AAA7 and Shawnee State University OT Program partner provide community education

The Area Agency on Aging District 7 and the Shawnee State University Occupational Therapy Program joined together to ...

Opinion

Dean Fadel: Keeping the state’s roads safe

If you drive on Ohio’s highways (or any highway across the U.S. for that matter), you’ve undoubtedly seen ...

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Belville, Waller win top SGA positions at Marshall

New president, v-p both from Lawrence County HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — When Marshall University students chose their new leaders ...

Opinion

Jim Crawford: How Biden can win in 2024

Campaign rhetoric aside, the 2024 election will be decided along the margins with independent voters and dissatisfied voters ...

Opinion

EDITORIAL: A public trust, kept safe in the county

Back in December, a year of hard work for the Lawrence County Board of Elections was recognized by ...

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Ironton man charged with 30 counts of rape

An Ironton man is facing 30 counts of rape against a child under the age of 13. Among ...

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