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Rekindled fire destroys wrestling building

The rekindle of the fire at the Eastern wrestling building caused extensive damage to the structure. Brian Conde courtesy photo Multiple fire departments and Meigs EMS were on the scene of the fire at the Eastern wrestling building on Wednesday morning. Sarah Hawley | Sentinel Firefighters can b


Grand jury to hear sexual battery case

POMEROY - A Meigs County Grand Jury will hear the case of a corrections officer accused of sexual battery. Larry D. Tucker appeared alongside defense attorney Charles Knight for a preliminary hearing in Meigs County Court on Tuesday afternoon. Rather than proceed with the hearing, Tucker signed a wa


Small business Saturday returns to Pomeroy

POMEROY - Merchants of Pomeroy will be opening up their shops this coming Saturday for Small Business Saturday. Since 2010, Pomeroy has participated in Small Business Saturday which falls the day after black Friday. People can do commercial shopping on Friday, then support their community by hometow

POMEROY DAILY SENTINEL - 2017-11-22 16:17:07

Pomeroy discusses plans for sewer project

POMEROY - Council members are approached with a new plan for sewer project 833. Mitch Altier spoke to the council on a strategy to complete the 833 Sewer Project. Altier suggested to divide the one project into two. The project is on the list for funding by the EPA for over $726,471. By eliminating


Marietta man accused of rape, other felonies involving 13-year-old girl

MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) - A Marietta man faces felony rape and other charges after investigators say he admitted to multiple sex acts with a 13-year-old girl. Washington County Sheriff's detectives say that on Nov. 18 they began a sexual-assault investigation. Detectives interviewed the victim on Nov.


Hepatitis A On the Rise In Ky.

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky health officials say they are seeing a dramatic rise in hepatitis A cases compared to recent years. The Kentucky Department for Public Health has identified hepatitis A with cases in multiple counties in Kentucky. The office says 31 cases of acute hepatitis A have been

WOUB - 2017-11-22 14:59:53

OU Marching 110 to appear on 'TODAY' show Wednesday morning

The Ohio University Marching 110, shown here at OU's Peden Stadium, is scheduled to perform on NBC's "TODAY" show this morning, and then in the 2017 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, Nov. 23. The Ohio University Marching 110, shown here at OU's Peden Stadium, is scheduled to perform on NB


Local burglars do a crappy job

Friday evening shortly before 9 o'clock, the Athens Police Department responded to a report of an inactive burglary at a West Washington Street apartment. "Nothing appeared to be missing or damage but there was feces spread throughout the house," the report said. "Residents are unsure who may have d


West Marion first graders act out first Thanksgiving

52Clear Marion, NC (28752) Amy Hollifield's first grade classroom at West Marion Elementary reenacted that story of the first Thanksgiving this week. Parents were invited to come eat a Thanksgiving meal at the school, then stay for the play. 52Clear Marion, NC (28752) Amy Hollifield's first grad

MCDOWELL NEWS - 2017-11-23 00:00:00

Marion students celebrate Thanksgiving with a play

Kindergarten through second grade students at Pleasant Gardens Elementary School put on a performance for family and friends about the three-day harvest festival that became known as the first Thanksgiving. (Photo credit: WLOS Staff) In McDowell County, students celebrated Thanksgiving with a school

WLOS.COM - 2017-11-22 15:38:34

The Sizzle: Nov. 24-26 Entertainment Calendar

MCDOWELL HIGH SCHOOL-600 McDowell High Drive, Marion. Dec. 2, Appalachian Potter's Market, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. GREENLEE THEATRE AT MACA-50 S. Main Street, Marion. Dec. 8, Dec. 9, Dec. 15, Dec. 16, McDowell Children's Theatre Presents Into the Woods JR, 7 p.m.; Dec. 10, McDowell Children's Theatre Present

MCDOWELL NEWS - 2017-11-24 11:45:00

More than 100 attend Manufacturing Awareness Open House

Ethan Allen was among the many manufacturing businesses present at the first manufacturing open house at Universal on Monday. Manufacturing Awareness Open House at the Universal Advanced Manufacturing Center was on Monday in an effort to increase awareness about the industry and training in McDowell

MCDOWELL NEWS - 2017-11-23 19:54:00

Yellow Feather debuts album with Pisgah party

The Old Fort band Yellow Feather, featuring vocalist Casey Kristofferson, songwriter and guitarist/vocalist Hunter Begley and lap steel player Charlie Wills, will release its debut album, "And Gold," Friday, Dec. 1 by celebrating with a show at Pisgah Brewing at 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25. Taylor Mart

BLACKMOUNTAINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 14:57:02

College helps turkey farmers after processing facility closes

After a poultry processing plant in Marion shut its doors a few weeks before Thanksgiving, several farmers in western North Carolina were left scrambling to find ways to prepare their turkeys for market before the holiday season. Western Piedmont Community College caught the eye of many of those far

MCDOWELL NEWS - 2017-11-22 15:58:00

Cilone named Citizen of the Year

Cilone, his wife JoAnn and their children moved to Rutherford County awhen Cilone became plant manager of Mammoth Containers in Forest City. They became parishioners of Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in January,1976, and he started singing for church services at that time, and continues


Toys for Tots program accepting donations

Representatives from Mitchell County Toys for Tots will be taking donations from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24, Saturday, Nov. 26, Friday, Dec. 1, and Saturday, Dec. 2, at Walmart in Spruce Pine. "We really need donations," said Mark Thomas, Mitchell County Toys for Tots organizer. "This is a great

MITCHELLNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 18:00:41

Morristown man arrested following standoff

Morristown police stormed a trailer Tuesday on Dedra Street after a suspect would not surrender and the special response team had to use flashbangs to subdue him. "He just wouldn't come out," said Maj. Michelle Jones, with the Morristown Police Department. "He wouldn't speak to us at all." Lonny Chr

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 16:51:00

Hawkins students express appreciation for director of schools through acts of charity

ROGERSVILLE - Schools across Hawkins County recognized Superintendent Appreciation Month in November by performing charitable acts in honor of Director of Schools Steve Starnes. Among the schools that participated were: Church Hill Intermediate In December, students at CHIS will be collecting canned

KINGSPORT TIMES-NEWS - 2017-11-23 17:00:00

No injuries following oven fire in New Market

NEW MARKET, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The Lakeway Central Fire Department responded to a Thanksgiving day oven fire at a mobile home on Cecil Lockhart Road. A spokesperson with the fire department said that the call came in at 12:09 p.m. They arrived on scene at 12:15 p.m. and the fire was under control by 12

LOCAL8NOW.COM - 2017-11-23 22:46:00

Angel Trees carry Christmas wishes

With the holidays rapidly approaching, as you go around town, you may be seeing little Christmas trees popping up. These trees represent the Christmas wishes of local boys and girls who may not have presents without the support of the Citizen Tribune Holiday Hope Fund. The trees are frequently accom

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 23:55:00