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Roe finishes 19th at Junior Olympics - Portsmouth Daily Times
Battling extreme heat and stiff competition, recent West High School graduate Ryan Roe was able to finish in 19th place in Sunday’s USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in Houston with a height of 6’2 3/4”. Brendon Rivera of Unattached South Texas Track ...
Upcoming grant workshop is a collaborative effort - Portsmouth Daily Times
GRAYSON, Ky. — According to reports from the Grayson Gallery and Art Center, Jenrose Fitzgerald, Grant Program Manager for the Kentucky Foundation for Women (www.kfw.org) will be hosting a “Participatory Artist Enrichment Grant Workshop” on Aug. 2 ...
DeWine to vist Southern Ohio Task Force on Domestic Violence - Portsmouth Daily Times
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine will visit the Southern Ohio Task Force on Domestic Violence, located at 2315 Grant St. in Portsmouth, on Wednesday. Yvonne Lyon, co-director of SOTFDV said they are looking forward to the visit with great anticipation.
Bridges program graduates 10 students - Portsmouth Daily Times
The Scioto County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD) Bridges program held a graduation ceremony for 10 participants of the six-week program on July 25 at the Vocation Station. Bridges assists under-served areas of the state in developing ...
Warriors wrap up third seed, win 35-25 - Portsmouth Daily Times
Special teams has been a huge advantage for the Kentucky Warriors (8-1) all season, and Saturday was no exception. With the Kentucky trailing the Cincinnati Xtreme (4-5) early in the third quarter, Warrior safety Snook Martin blocked an Xtreme punt.
Spartans blank Wildcats 26-0 - Portsmouth Daily Times
After a tough loss to their cross-town rivals, the Southern Ohio Spartans (5-4) were looking for a pick-me-up in order to stay alive in the playoff race. That’s exactly what they got in the Carter County Wildcats. The Spartans used a dominate rushing ...
Ky. health department to host back to school clinics - Portsmouth Daily Times
GREENUP, Ky. — In an effort to ensure student enrollment requirements are fulfilled, the Greenup County Health Department is reporting an upcoming clinic for back to school vaccination and physical examinations t beginning Aug. 6, 2014. Connie Wilburn ...
KDMC corrects problem with insurance network - Portsmouth Daily Times
King’s Daughters Ohio says a technicality that inconvenienced some people including some retired teachers has been solved. Kerry Tague of KDMC said it is important that people know KDMC Ashland and Ohio have always been in the Aetna Commercial network ...
Jobs and Family Services to offer clothing program - Portsmouth Daily Times
Providing clothing for families with multiple children can be a challenge. In light of this fact, the Scioto County Department of Jobs and Family Services will offer the 2014 Back to School Clothing Program. The program will serve Scioto County residents ...
22 indicted on pattern of corrupt activity charges - Portsmouth Daily Times
Members of the Scioto County Drug Task Force believe they have “put a significant dent” in a major drug ring, as well as a Columbus gang known as the Columbus 22nd Street or “Deuce Deuce” Bloods, in the indictment of 22 people and the arrest of 19 ...