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Tony Stewart’s return to race track ends early - Record-Herald
HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — Tony Stewart climbed from his battered car, took a big gulp of water, and surveyed the damage. His night was done. Not the way he wanted to come back to racing. In his first event since his sprint car struck and killed a fellow driver ...
Dizzy in heat, Bouchard out of upset-heavy US Open - Record-Herald
NEW YORK (AP) — Bothered by the heat and stifling humidity, Eugenie Bouchard felt dizzy and her vision was blurry. She got her blood pressure checked. Plastic bags filled with ice were rubbed on her shoulders, arms and legs during a second-set medical ...
Petcare provides upgrade to dog shelter - Record-Herald
The Washington Court House Mars Petcare factory, a manufacturer of Pedigree, is helping the Fayette County Dog Shelter support their vision of: “A Better World for Pets.” Mars Petcare has always helped take care of the feeding needs of the dogs at the ...
Jeffersonville Lions hold fish fry - Record-Herald
Jeffersonville Lions Terry Jackson (foreground) and Gary Herdman (back) fried up the fish at this year’s Lions Club fish fry held on Labor Day in Jeffersonville. “We could have had a bigger turn-out, but it was fun and I think everyone that came ...
Frost exhibits champion ram - Record-Herald
Katie Frost, of Bloomingburg, exhibited the Champion Suffolk Ram in the Junior Breeding Sheep Show at the 2014 Ohio State Fair. Katie’s slick shorn Suffolk yearling ram, Frostaire 1121, was bred and raised on her family farm. In the Junior Breeding ...
Two Scoops of Sugar opens - Record-Herald
Jill West — part-owner of Two Scoops of Sugar with Joan Stone — takes the time to make a Mocha Almond latte for a customer. The new bakery opened on Labor Day and offers a specialty coffee shop along with the many baked goods. The bakery will feature a ...
Suspected overdose results in drug charges - Record-Herald
A suspected heroin overdose resulted in several drug charges being filed against a 42-year-old Washington Court House woman on Saturday. Stacey L. Short, of 1111 Rawlings St., Apt. B, has been charged with possession of drugs (heroin), possession of drug ...
Fayette County OSU Alumni Club hosts send-off party - Record-Herald
On Aug. 12, the Fayette County OSU Alumni Club held its annual send-off for new students entering The Ohio State University. The club welcomed Hanna Girton, Derek Eckstein, Molly Dye, Paige Bonham, Alison Rife and Sydney Speakman to the university.
August celebrated as breastfeeding month - Record-Herald
Fayette County WIC office in the Health Department celebrated August as breastfeeding month with a shower for their pregnant moms. WIC wants to encourage mothers to breastfeed knowing that it offers a lifetime of benefits for their children. Infant feeding ...
Getting America back to work - Record-Herald
Labor Day is bittersweet for too many Ohioans. On a holiday meant to celebrate the end of summer with a day off from work, too many of our friends and neighbors will spend it looking through the Want Ads for a job. Full-time jobs are hard to come by, while ...