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MTES November Students of the Month - Record-Herald
Front Row: Faith Davis, Aaliyah Smith, Bryson Osborne, Trevon Palmer, Hunter Allen, Jett Daniels, Alexa Streitenberger, Jaelyn Carr, Kamryn Leisure, Libby Johnson and Alley Fitzgerald.Middle Row: Erin Johnson, Jordan Cordell, Christian Porter, Eli Miller ...
WFD responds to Valero fire - Record-Herald
Despite a small, smoldering fire at Valero near Bloomingburg on Thursday evening, the plant is up and running as of Friday with no current issues. According to reports from the Washington C.H. Fire Department, at approximately 6:30 p.m., firefighters ...
Kasich to speak in Wilmington - Record-Herald
WILMINGTON — Gov. John R. Kasich will give his State of the State address in Wilmington it was announced Friday. The event is set for Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Roberts Centre, north of Wilmington. In his annual letter to the General Assembly ...
One injured in rollover accident - Record-Herald
A woman suffered minor injuries Friday morning during a one-vehicle rollover accident on State Route 41 South. The vehicle was traveling north, when the driver reportedly lost control, causing the vehicle to hit the berm and crash. The Washington C.H. Fire ...
Panthers beat Blue Jackets - Record-Herald
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — The puck and the blade of the opponent’s stick converged on Sean Bergenheim in front of the net at almost the same time. Luckily for Bergenheim, the puck got there a split-second earlier and he was able to poke it into the net for ...
Hurricane beats Panthers - Record-Herald
WILMINGTON — Although Miami Trace kept pace with Wilmington in the opening quarter, it was the middle periods which proved to be the difference Friday night, as Wilmington defeated the Panthers, 94-32 before a near capacity crowd at Fred Summers Court.
FCSO Incidents - Record-Herald
TRAFFIC CRASH: Jeffery White of Canal Winchester was traveling north on IR 71 in the center lane of travel. White traveled into the right lane of travel striking the rear of a vehicle operated by Bonnie Hunt of Bells, TN. Hunt was transported to a medical ...
Potential icy weather delays Groundhog Breakfast - Record-Herald
Due to the forecasted inclement weather expected on Sunday and Monday, the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce’s third-annual Groundhog Day Breakfast has been moved from Monday morning to Tuesday morning, Feb. 3. “Because of the possibility of a lot of ...
Directions given to Lexington HS - Record-Herald
The Miami Trace Panthers and Washington Blue Lions wrestling teams have advanced to the Regional semifinals of the dual meet tournament. The teams will face off against each other in a Regional semifinal at Lexington High School on Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 5 ...
Ohio State beats Maryland - Record-Herald
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State coach Thad Matta has been wondering about his team’s toughness. Not anymore. Marc Loving matched his career high with 19 points and D’Angelo Russell added 18 points and 14 rebounds to lead Ohio State to an 80-56 ...
WC graduates named - Record-Herald
WILMINGTON – Wilmington College has announced the names of December graduates earning Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BS) and Masters in Education (MED) degrees at the close of the 2014 fall semester. Wilmington College, a career-oriented ...
MTES releases honor roll - Record-Herald
Maycin Adkins, Chloe Harrison, Carleigh Parrish, Kearra Anthony, Conor Harrison, Jace Parrish, Addison Havens, Briana Pavey, Bryce Baird, Jerikah Havens, Connor Barga, Carson Hawk, Kayden Penwell, Chrislin Hawkins, Raelin Pepper, Trace Bartruff, Rebekah ...
Belle Aire releases honor roll - Record-Herald
Blake Bagheri, Yukino Nagakura, Cain Sever, Mason St. Clair, Bryce Yeazel, Allison Barnhart, Landon Miller, Hayley Long, Evan Lynch, Jaelynn McCullough, Allison Moats, Isaiah Wightman, Bevin Wilson, Finn Bokros, Nathan Duncan, Margo Funderburg, Hunter Long ...
Carnegie Reader of the Week - Record-Herald
Polly Bennett is the Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week. Why do you like to read? When I read I’m there- right with them in that book. I forget everything else! Do you keep track of the books you read? No, but I should! I read a great variety.
Popp: ‘Keep praying for us’ - Record-Herald
XENIA — More than a month later, Wilmington Police Officer Jerry Popp is still searching daily for “the hairy kid,” Karson. Karson, a Belgian Malinois and K-9 of the Wilmington Police Department, escaped Dec. 23 from the Clinton Animal Care Center ...