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Reds lose 9th straight - Record-Herald
CINCINNATI (AP) — Nolan Arenado’s big games back-to-back have the Colorado Rockies feeling like they’re finally getting their act together. The Cincinnati Reds? Every day brings another low point. The Reds lost their ninth in a row on Monday, their ...
Cavs limping toward NBA Finals - Record-Herald
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — LeBron James hurts everywhere, the King of Pain. One win from taking the Cavaliers back to the NBA Finals, and one step closer to a title he covets more than any other, James leaned against a padded wall on Monday and hardly ...
WHS seniors say goodbye at commencement - Record-Herald
The Washington High School class of 2015 graduated Sunday in the high school gymnasium. The 139th commencement ceremony for the Washington Blue Lions was held on Sunday afternoon. Parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, other guardians, the Washington High ...
MT Class of 2015 graduates - Record-Herald
Miami Trace High School held its commencement ceremony for the class of 2015 Sunday afternoon. The ceremony was held on the football field at the high school during a beautiful sunny day. The seniors marched across the field to reach the stage where the ...
Adena Mansion to present lecture on bees - Record-Herald
Adena Mansion and Gardens will be presenting Bees and Beekeeping, part of the 2015 Lecture Series. This event will be presented by Adena Mansion and Garden’s very own Braeden Conaway and will be held on Sunday, June 7 at 2 p.m. at Adena Mansion and Gardens.
Poppy Girton to be honored by library - Record-Herald
A beloved Fayette County leader and friend passed away Monday, May 18 and the community continues to honor and remember her. Poppy Girton was born April 18, 1951, in Columbus to B. Dustin and Martha Edna Poppe Girton. She was a 1969 graduate of Washington ...
Indians beat Reds, 7-2 - Record-Herald
CLEVELAND (AP) — Brandon Moss homered and drove in three runs, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 7-3 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night. Carlos Carrasco (5-4) allowed two runs in six innings, sending the Reds to their season-high sixth ...
Bash for Cash begins today - Record-Herald
The 2015 Bash for Cash will be held today and tomorrow at the Fayette County Fairgrounds with over $50,000 in prize money being awarded. The Bash for Cash, sponsored by Smash It Demolition Derby and the Fayette County Ag Society, will be returning to the ...
More local events planned for Memorial Day - Record-Herald
Several additional events have been announced for Memorial Day on Monday in Fayette County. On May 25, the American Legion will be sponsoring three different Memorial Day services. The first is at Washington Cemetery on U.S. Route 22 at 10 a.m. The second ...
Fayette County celebrates Memorial Day - Record-Herald
Memorial Day celebrations began Friday afternoon in Fayette County at the Old Washington Cemetery. President of the Kiwanis, Lynn Hertler, presented the flag to be raised by Eddie Wynne and John Mason, Fayette County Veterans Service Commissioners.
Domtar Paper donates to United Way - Record-Herald
Domtar Paper recently presented United Way of Fayette County with a corporate match equal to 50 percent of what the local Domtar associates raised in the 2014 United Way campaign. The Domtar campaign included payroll deductions, a raffle, lunch and penny ...
WHS Class of 1965 seeks members - Record-Herald
The 50th reunion of the Washington High School Class of 1965, the largest class ever to graduate from WHS, will be held on Saturday, July 11 at the Crown Room. A “re-meet and greet” will be held the evening before at the home of Dr. Allen and Patty ...
American Association of University Women award scholarships - Record-Herald
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) Washington Court House Branch held their spring banquet on May 13 at Grace United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Prior to enjoying a delicious meal prepared and served by the Grace UMC Women, the 27 ...
County’s Medal of Honor recipients remembered - Record-Herald
First Lieutenant David Jones is one of four Medal of Honor recipients buried in Fayette County. All four received their medal for valor during the Civil War. This Memorial Day the members of Henry Casey Camp 92 Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War ...
V-E Day remembered - Record-Herald
Friday, May 8 marked the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. V-E Day brought an end to Nazi Germany’s attempt to rule the world. Jeffrey T. Owens, a 1995 graduate of Miami Trace High School, has published a book in commemoration of the ...