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Dragons’ Murphy signs to play football with Urbana - Ironton Tribune
Evidently, the plus side at Urbana University far outweighed any of the competition. Murphy signed a letter-of-intent with the Urbana on Tuesday as he opted for the Blue Knights’ program over Central Michigan, Ohio Dominican, Akron, Central Connecticut ...
Flyers edged in sectional finals - Ironton Tribune
ROCKSPRINGS — In this case, it mattered how you started AND how you finished. The Waterford Wildcats had big first and fourth quarters as they held on to beat the St. Joseph Flyers 52-47 on Tuesday in the Division IV sectional championship game.
Reds pound out six doubles to rout Indians 10-0 in exhibition opener - Ironton Tribune
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — Brandon Phillips, Todd Frazier and Jay Bruce each had one of the Cincinnati Reds’ six doubles in a 10-0 win over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday, the spring opener for both teams. “The base running was outstanding,” Reds ...
UK rallies by Georgia; Ohio falls - Ironton Tribune
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — No. 1 Kentucky overcame a nine-point deficit in the second half to keep its perfect season intact, beating Georgia 72-64 on Tuesday night. The Wildcats (30-0, 17-0 Southeastern Conference) had won their previous five games by an ...
Area wrestlers qualify for district tournament - Ironton Tribune
NELSONVILLE — It’s all about quartets. The Chesapeake Panthers and Fairland Dragons each placed four wrestlers in the sectional tournament. The top four finishers in the sectional qualified for the district tournament. The district meet will be held ...
Let the awareness begin - Ironton Tribune
The rainbow of balloons drifted up to the sky Monday morning as students from the Open Door School launched a month of activities to bring awareness of those with developmental disabilities. The balloon launch is the traditional start to the month.
More road closures - Ironton Tribune
State Route 93 between County Road 4 or Etna-Waterloo Road and Township Road 623 or Sand Hollow Road; State Route 217 at State Route 378, State Route 141 at State Route 775; State Route 775 at Mounts Branch Road; and State Route 218 are closed because of ...
Ironton man arrested for Kentucky crime - Ironton Tribune
The Ironton Police Department on Friday arrested a man wanted for robbery in Ashland. Arasheo Butler, 22, of 1021 S. Sixth St., Ironton, was arrested as he was walking in the 600 block of South Ninth Street. Detective Joe Ross said the man had an active ...
Health, Internet safety among conference topics - Ironton Tribune
PROCTORVILLE — Empowering women through fellowship and knowledge is the purpose behind the fifth annual Women’s Conference at Ohio University Southern-Proctorville Center. This year’s conference on Friday, April 10, has workshops ranging from ...
We owe it to vets to be educated - Ironton Tribune
One of my late father’s favorite trick questions was, “What does a cat learn if it jumps on a hot stove burner?” The answer, of course, is not “To stay off the stovetop when it’s hot,” but the overly broad “Stay off the stovetop PERIOD.”
Proctorville officers get body cameras - Ironton Tribune
PROCTORVILLE — As the use of body cameras becomes more commonplace in law enforcement, the Proctorville Police Department is following the trend. “We started using them last month, the first of February,” Proctorville Police Chief Bill Murphy said.
Columbus still ignores local needs - Ironton Tribune
Gov. John Kasich recently proposed more projects to be funded through his Jobs and Transportation Plan, with a projected $2 billion to be spent on the state’s infrastructure, jobs and economy. That would be great news for Lawrence County if the long ...
Lady Fighting Tigers rout Eastern Brown - Ironton Tribune
WAVERLY — Forget baseball, this nine player lineup is proving to be quite formidable. The Ironton Lady Fighting Tigers used their depth and defense to rout the second-seeded Eastern Brown Lady Warriors 50-31 on Monday in the Division III district semifinals.
Reds give Maholm chance at rotation - Ironton Tribune
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — Left-hander Paul Maholm is getting a chance to help the Cincinnati Reds piece together their depleted starting rotation. The Reds signed Maholm to a minor league deal and invited him to training camp to see whether he could be a ...
Panthers gain share of OVC - Ironton Tribune
PROCTORVILLE — The Chesapeake Panthers traveled the long road to the Ohio Valley Conference championship, and they did it by riding on the right Rhoades. Gage Rhoades hit 12-of-20 attempts and scored 30 points to lead the Panthers to a 73-63 win over the ...