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MARIETTA, Ohio - Two Chesapeake High School students have been named finalists in the 6th District Congressional Art Competition and their work will be displayed in one of the offices of Congressman Bill Johnson, R-Marietta.
IRONTON - An Ironton in Bloom plant sale is set from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 9, at South 2nd and Vernon streets in downtown Ironton.
HILLSBORO, Ohio - The Lawrence County Bass Club had a tournament at Rocky Fork Lake in Hillsboro, Ohio, last weekend.
Courtesy of the Wayne National Forest
NELSONVILLE, Ohio - The Wayne National Forest Ironton Ranger District is seeking public comments by May 26 on a proposal that is intended to create diverse wildlife habitats within the project area, while supporting local economies.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio - Seventeen people have been arrested since the first of the month and charged with participating in a Scioto County drug trafficking ring, according to Sheriff Marty V. Donini.
The Lawrence Herald
PROCTORVILLE -The 72nd Annual Achievement Day of the Lawrence County Homemakers was held on April 16 at the Ohio University Proctorville Center.
SOUTH POINT - Relay For Life brings men, women and children together for an amazing gathering of celebration and remembrance. It raises funds for the fight against cancer, a disease that will affect one in three Americans in their lifetime, accounting for more than 1.5 million cases this year. It celebrates life, remembers those lost and empowers others to fight back. What is it? It's the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, and it's happening soon in your community.
IRONTON - The following information was compiled from Lawrence County Sheriff's Office reports:
BURGLARY: A 41-year-old Proctorville area man reported last week that someone stole a 4-wheeler, tools, a compound bow and other items. The items were valued at $2,800.
IRONTON - Two people charged with participating in a Sheridan area murder earlier this year pleaded guilty Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court to aggravated robbery.
IRONTON - In some 50 years in industry and academia, Dr. Bob Culp has impacted thousands of lives in the Tri-State and around the world.