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MT baseball pounds Chillicothe, G’view - Record-Herald
CHILLICOTHE — The Miami Trace varsity baseball team continued to hold a share of first place in the SCOL with a 16-5 win at Chillicothe Friday evening. The Panthers are now 5-1 in the SCOL, 10-1 overall, including a 16-3 win at Greeneview Thursday.
Lady Panthers beat Cavs, Rams - Record-Herald
CHILLICOTHE — The Miami Trace Lady Panther varsity softball team extended its winning streak to three in a row following a 10-6 win at Chillicothe Friday evening. On Thursday, Miami Trace visited Jamestown and came away with a 7-4 win over the Rams.
No ‘repeat’ talk for Buckeyes - Record-Herald
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State won the inaugural College Football Playoffs championship in January, yet the Buckeyes do not utter the word “repeat” around their spring practices. “We don’t even have conversation about that around here,” coach ...
Land Transfers - Record-Herald
Ronald K. Duperow, Kim M. Duperow to Donald P. Olley II., Rebecca L. Olley, 2.764A 1032 Flakes Ford Road. Ronald L. Farmer, DECD to Nancy E. Farmer, 2.0770A 3344 St. Rt. 62 NE. Neva R. Blair, DECD to Donald L. Blair, 1032 Dayton Avenue. Jason M. Andreadis ...
LeBron begins new quest to end Cleveland’s title drought - Record-Herald
CLEVELAND (AP) — For LeBron James, his homecoming season with the Cavaliers went up, down and sometimes sideways, like three seasons rolled into one. The fourth is about to begin. The only one that matters. James has his sights set on another NBA title ...
4-H Tractor Club holds seventh meeting - Record-Herald
The seventh meeting of the Fayette Co. 4-H Tractor Club took place on March 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fayette County Extension Office. President, Jake Sears, called the meeting to order. Tyler Cummings led the pledges. Roll Call was taken by Secretary, Wyatt ...
Women host Queen Contest - Record-Herald
Mel Burke, Faith Cottrill and Leslye Arnold all hosted the Junior Fair Small Animal Queen and Dairy Princess Contest on Wednesday night, April 15. The contest was held on the Fayette County Fairgrounds at the schoolhouse. The ladies are pictured ...
SSCC to host college visit day April 24 - Record-Herald
Are you thinking about attending college but have questions about how to get started? Then your very first step is attending Southern State Community College’s “Connect to College” visitation day Friday, April 24, at SSCC’s Fayette Campus, 1270 U.S ...
Observing National Crime Victims’ Rights Week - Record-Herald
Every April, the Office of Victims of Crime (OVC) helps lead communities throughout the country in their annual observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) by promoting victims’ rights and honoring crime victims and those who advocate on ...
Many honored at Shepherd’s Club Banquet - Record-Herald
Former Fayette County Lamb and Wool Queens in attendance at the recent 75th Annual Fayette County Shepherd’s Club Banquet were: first row (left to right): Mindi Swyers Noble (1990), Moni Swyers Moon (1986), Micki Swyers Ward (1984), Cindi Grover (1977 ...
4-H Fun Bunch holds Easter Egg Hunt - Record-Herald
On Saturday, April 4, the 4-H Fun Bunch and the Little Clover Funny Bunch met at the Jeffersonville Ball Fields. At 8:30 a.m. the members hid many Easter eggs for the annual hunt. A short meeting was then led by advisor, Jacklyn Farrens. The Easter Egg ...
Fayette County 4-H Camp is ‘Comin’ to your City’ - Record-Herald
Spring has definitely arrived in Fayette County and the 4-H program is in full swing. 4-H members are busy getting their 4-H projects, meeting with their club and signing up to go to 4-H camp. On June 6, approximately 150 youth will head to Camp Clifton ...
Police continue to follow-up on leads - Record-Herald
The 14-year-old girl who went missing from her Washington C.H. home on Wednesday has still not been found, according to police. Taylor Frisby ran away from home sometime Wednesday evening, according to the Washington C.H. Police Department. Her mother ...
Making road repairs - Record-Herald
Road work Friday morning on Temple Street near the Lewis Street intersection has closed part of the street as crews have been working to make repairs. The road has been closed for the past several mornings as work has been done.
Wood, Rizzo power Cubs past Reds, 5-0 - Record-Herald
CHICAGO (AP) — Two years ago, Travis Wood was an All-Star. This year, he’s a pitcher looking to return that form following a rough 2014 season. “This game will always sneak up and find a way to bite ya,” Wood said. “I had that pretty much all ...