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Nitro knocks off Lady Knights, 5-3 - My Daily Tribune
NITRO, W.Va. — Sometimes you can’t stop them all, no matter how hard you try. Point Pleasant senior goalkeeper Jayla Smith stopped 20 shots Tuesday evening, but host Nitro netted five goals to take a two goal victory in the Class AAA Region IV, Section ...
4 Blue Angels named All-SEOAL - My Daily Tribune
To the victors go the spoils. The Southeastern Ohio Athletic League co-champion Gallia Academy volleyball team earned four spots on the 2014 all-league team, as selected by SEOAL coaches. Gallia Academy and Warren shared the SEOAL title with 7-1 league ...
Hearing set in malicious wounding case - My Daily Tribune
POINT PLEASANT — A preliminary hearing has been set in the case of a Gallipolis, Ohio, man accused of wounding a Point Pleasant man over the weekend. Stephen M. Berkley, 32, has been charged with malicious wounding and is set to appear before Mason ...
Shelby discovers 82 points just aren’t enough - My Daily Tribune
Tiffin Columbian’s Cliff Miller ran for 516 yards on just 25 carries in Friday’s game with Shelby. Yet it was a short gain that didn’t even count in the stats that was his biggest carry of the night. Miller scored on a 2-point conversion run in ...
Blue Angels sending 2 to regionals - My Daily Tribune
RIO GRANDE, Ohio — A tough day for the area, but not all was lost. Gallia Academy just missed the team cut by finishing fifth, but two girls still advanced to regionals Saturday afternoon during the 2014 Division II Southeast District cross country ...
RedStorm women place 18th at Wilmington Fall Classic - My Daily Tribune
WILMINGTON, Ohio — Brittany Piccone gave the University of Rio Grande its only top 100 finish and the RedStorm finished 18th as a team in Friday’s 43-team #JennaStrong Fall Classic hosted by Wilmington College. Piccone, a senior from Crooksville, Ohio ...
Hocking College working to address budget issues - My Daily Tribune
NELSONVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A small college in southeast Ohio is trying address a budget deficit and a dwindling enrollment as it searches for a new president, officials said. Administrators at Hocking College in Nelsonville briefed employees on the college ...
ODOT District 10 prepares for winter - My Daily Tribune
MARIETTA — Last winter broke many records in the state, especially for the Ohio Department of Transportation: most road salt used (more than 1 million tons), most money invested ($119 million), and most snow plow miles driven (more than 14 million).
Virtual Costume Party provides Ohio Valley Press readers with chance to flaunt costumes, win cash - My Daily Tribune
OHIO VALLEY — If you love Halloween, costumes and contests, then we have the competition for you. “CivitasMedia provides contests for our local readers and encourages our community to participate in good ol’ family fun activities,” Julia Schultz ...
PVH Employee of the Month - My Daily Tribune
POINT PLEASANT — Pleasant Valley Hospital’s Customer Service Employee of the Month for October is Kim Bailey, RN, who provides medical trauma care in the Emergency & Trauma Center. Bailey has been employed with Pleasant Valley Hospital since August 2002.
Holzer marks Pastoral Care Week - My Daily Tribune
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer recognizes this week (Oct. 19-25) as Pastoral Care Week, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Organizations and institutions throughout the world will recognize the spiritual needs of those we serve and the spiritual care ...
Wildlife Council passes change for commercial fishing net use - My Daily Tribune
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Wildlife Council passed rule changes regarding commercial fishing nets and camping at specific wildlife areas, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The Ohio Wildlife Council passed a rule that established a quarter ...
Johnny Nick Johnson - My Daily Tribune
GALLIPOLIS — Johnny Nick Johnson, 69, of Gallipolis, passed away Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, at his residence. Born Dec. 10, 1944, in Gallipolis, he was the son of the late Grover Grant Johnson and Freda Frances Johnson, and his stepmother Vina Johnson.
Meigs, Gallia juvenile courts seek special advocates - My Daily Tribune
SYRACUSE — The development of the Court-Appointed Special Advocates/Guardian Ad Litem Program is currently under way, and volunteers are sought to be trained to serve as court-appointed special advocates. Court-appointed special advocates are needed in ...
City Park Plaza nears completion - My Daily Tribune
GALLIPOLIS — Construction of the City Park Plaza at 334 Second Ave. is steadily moving along and is expected to be completed by the end of the year. The 22,000-square-foot, $2 million project will house a total of 10 apartments on the second and third ...