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Historic season for West ends with loss to NY - Portsmouth Daily Times
WAVERLY, Ohio — It’s safe to say the West Lady Senators were the underdog coming in to their district semifinal match with Nelsonville-York. Fourth-seeded West hadn’t been to the district tournament since 2000, and the top-seeded Buckeyes were ...
Adena ends Lady Trojans’ season - Portsmouth Daily Times
WAVERLY, Ohio — The Portsmouth Lady Trojans may have won the OVC conference title with a 12-0 record in 2014, but they came into Tuesday’s district-semifinal match still looking for their first out-of-conference victory. That trend continued, as the ...
Sex abuse trial begins Monday - Portsmouth Daily Times
Barring any last minute continuance, three people charged in one of the highest profile abuse cases in recent Scioto County history will go on trial Monday (Oct. 27) in the courtroom of Judge William T. Marshall. It was announced last month that the two ...
Paducah turned over to DOE - Portsmouth Daily Times
On Tuescday, United States Enrichment Corporation, a subsidiary of Centrus Energy Corp., returned full control of the 750-acre uranium enrichment complex near Paducah, Kentucky, to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The transfer of control occurred at 8 ...
Valley turns to Rolfe - Portsmouth Daily Times
Valley will likely be without head coach Darren Crabtree for the remainder of the football season as he recovers from heart surgery. The Indians’ coach underwent a quadruple bypass last week and is still recovering in the hospital. “He probably won’t ...
Pirates advance to district semis in volleyball - Portsmouth Daily Times
The Wheelersburg Pirates advanced to the Division IV, District Semifinals Saturday with a straight-set victory over the Rock Hill Redmen. The top-seeded Pirates had a strong offensively as Marley Hanzel, Makayla Akers and Josie Silvey led the attack.
SSU budget cuts wont affect teams - Portsmouth Daily Times
Budget cuts have hit Shawnee State University’s campus, and the athletic department was deducted $9,370 to offset the $2.5 million deficit due to a decline in the university’s fall enrollment. The good news for Bear fans is the decrease in dollars will ...
Extension Office to host GAP Sessions - Portsmouth Daily Times
The Greenup County Extension Office will host an upcoming Guardians As Grandparents (GAP) Session. The GAP Sessions are designed to provide tools and resources to adults who are raising children. Tammy Steele, of the Greenup County McKinney-Vento Program ...
City expects more BWC rebates - Portsmouth Daily Times
Steve Buehrer, administrator/CEO of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC), will visit Jackson’s Bellisio Foods, Wednesday at 2 p.m. to present the company with its “Another Billion Back” rebate check, and remind area employers their checks ...
ANP prepares for movie premier - Portsmouth Daily Times
Ability Network Productions (ANP) will debut its latest project, a short film entitled “Dream Scenes,” on Nov. 1 at the Friends Center in Portsmouth. ANP is a group of local people, with and without disabilities, who have come together to create ...
SSU cuts budget across campus - Portsmouth Daily Times
In September, the Shawnee State University Board of Trustees discussed plans to address a $2.5 million shortfall to SSU’s current operating budget, a result of declines in the university’s fall enrollment. The strategy included addressing a portion of ...
Overturned semi causes road closure - Portsmouth Daily Times
According to reports from Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), the intersection of KY 344 and KY 59 in Lewis County was closed Tuesday due to the overturning of a tractor and trailer. According to reports, the tractor and trailer was hauling 44,000 ...
Medicaid expansion helps provide services - Portsmouth Daily Times
Medicaid expansion is giving hundreds of thousands of Ohioans access to care, while ensuring providers and health systems receive payment, according to a new Policy Matters Ohio report. “Ohio has joined 27 states and the District of Columbia in a ...
Student art exhibit to bring awareness - Portsmouth Daily Times
The Grayson Gallery and Art Center, Inc., will host a reception Friday, Oct. 24, from 6-8 p.m. for ‘What is Your Anti-Drug’ art exhibit of Carter County School students. What is Your Anti-Drug exhibit is sponsored by the Carter County Drug Free Coalition.
Columbia Gas updates residents on work - Portsmouth Daily Times
Columbia Gas of Ohio is still in the process of making a $1.7 million investment in Portsmouth with the improvement of the gas pipeline system. The project is part of a 25-year, $2 billion plan to upgrade more than 4,000 miles of pipeline throughout the ...