Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Gone but not forgotten

GALLIPOLIS – Ten days before Christmas 1967, in just a few seconds, countless lives were changed forever. On the 50th Anniversary of the collapse of the Silver Bridge that claimed the lives of 46 people,...

Ohio River Watch – Rise in Ohio River level prompts closure of Gallipolis Waterfront...

According to the National Weather Services’s River Forecast, the Ohio River at Point Pleasant, W.Va. began to rise steadily over the last several days finally cresting at 38.56 feet, just shy of the 40...

Gallia teen sets sights on career as classical pianist

If you attended the First Friday events in downtown Gallipolis and visited the Artisan Shoppe and Studio you may have listened to a young man performing on the piano. That young man is 17-year-old...

Live Nativity schedule for Gallipolis in Lights

The Live Nativity returns to Gallipolis in Lights this year, made possible by area churches. The Live Nativity takes place on the scheduled nights from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Keep up-to-date with Gallipolis...

Family searches for late dog’s bloodline in hopes of bringing it home

If you or someone you know purchased a Blue Heeler puppy during a Heifer Show at the Gallia County Jr. Fairgrounds in 2005, you could be the answer to helping a family carry on...

God’s Hands at Work spends Christmas season helping others

The volunteers for God’s Hands at Work, with the help of the community, gave back in multiple ways over the Christmas season. During one of their initiatives, they discovered they unknowingly helped the family...

RVHS grad contributes to “race against time” in telling of WWII stories

Brianna McGuire, a 2017 graduate of River Valley High School, recently completed a student ambassadorship for the The National WWII Museum, an opportunity that arose through her participation in the National History Day program...

Holzer Welcomes First Baby of 2018

Holzer is proud to welcome New Year’s Baby, Waylen Lee Fowler, born at 5:45am on January 1 at 8 lb. 2oz. and 21 inches long. Shown pictured is Waylen with his parents, Wesley and Alexandria....

Retired Teachers learn about Floral Fashions

The Gallia County Retired Teachers met on October 12, 2017 at the Nazarene Church in Gallipolis.  The meeting was called to order by Debbie Rhodes who was filling in for President Ollie Tipple.  The Pledge of...

“The Santa Experience”: The French Art Colony’s Christmas Exhibit continues

The French Art Colony's Christmas Exhibit "The Santa Experience" will continue on Saturday, December 9 and Saturday, December 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pictures from the December 2nd event courtesy of the FAC Posted...

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GCSO seeking person of interest in criminal investigation

The GCSO posted a message to its Facebook page this evening seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Michael "Shannon" Henderson, a person of interest in a criminal investigation. See post below: Full message posted by the...

Rio Announces Gallia County Deans’ Honor and Merit Lists

Rio Grande, Ohio – The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College are proud to announce the students who have been recognized for the Fall 2017 Deans’ Honor and Merit Lists. The Deans’...

Pearl Yvonne Nibert, 80

Pearl Yvonne Nibert, age 80 of Seneca, South Carolina, died January 18, 2018 in Anderson, South Carolina. Born May 10, 1937 in Nitro, West Virginia. She was the daughter of the late Emmett and...

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GCSO seeking person of interest in criminal investigation

The GCSO posted a message to its Facebook page this evening seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Michael "Shannon" Henderson, a person of interest...