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Beer fest a success - Ironton Tribune
The inaugural Great River Craft Brew Fest Saturday afternoon at the Ro-Na, sponsored by the Ironton area Kiwanis Club, Ironton aLive and the Friends of Ironton, was a success, as tickets for the event were nowhere to be found not long after the start of ...
More than 200 pounds of medicine dropped off - Ironton Tribune
The Lawrence-Scioto Solid Waste Management District held its annual drug take back in Lawrence County Saturday at Ironton Hills Plaza in which more drugs were collected than ever before in the county. “We ended up with 67 cars coming through,” Dan ...
Cabell CFO speaks at chamber luncheon - Ironton Tribune
The possible St. Mary’s Hospital acquisition by Cabell Huntington Hospital was the main point Cabell Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Monte Ward talked about as the guest speaker at the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce luncheon Friday at ...
Ironton In Bloom not asking for funds - Ironton Tribune
After reading the recent Tribune editorial regarding the discussion of the inclusion of an expenditure line item within the city budget for “Streetscape,” it appears the writer did not have full information regarding this issue. I realize this may have ...
Gus Macker positive for city, county - Ironton Tribune
In less than a month, several blocks on Second Street in downtown Ironton will transform from a busy thoroughfare filled with motorists to a collection of basketball courts when the annual Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament takes place on May 16-17.
Lions Club needs your help - Ironton Tribune
One of my favorite things to do in the spring and summer is spend a Saturday morning visiting yard sales, estate sales, thrift shops and flea markets. Who doesn’t love a good bargain? My mom used to drag me to those when I was a kid, and I couldn’t ...
Free Comic Book Day is Saturday, May 2 - Ironton Tribune
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Comic World in Huntington is one of thousands of comic book shops around the world celebrating Free Comic Book Day on, Saturday, May 2. On Free Comic Book Day, more than 5.6 million comic books will be given away by participating stores.
Ironton, Carrico rally for 7-3 win - Ironton Tribune
SOUTH POINT — Ironton coach Larry Goodwin liked seeing a win, but he liked some other things he saw. Goodwin liked how his team responded to an early deficit and the pitching of Garrett Carrico as the Fighting Tigers beat the South Point Pointers 7-3 on ...
Hornets get key OVC win - Ironton Tribune
CHESAPEAKE — Now we’ve got us a race. Coal Grove tightened the Ohio Valley Conference race with a 5-3 win over the first-place Chesapeake Panthers on Friday. The Hornets are 7-4 overall but 4-1 in the OVC. It was Chesapeake’s first loss in the OVC as ...
Lady Dragons’ Riley signs with Shawnee - Ironton Tribune
PROCTORVILLE — Softball and basketball have gone hand-in-hand with Mackenzie Riley, but she knew that there would come a day when it would be one or the other. That day came Friday when the Fairland Lady Dragons’ senior picked “the one” and signed ...
Rain postpones Reds-Cubs game - Ironton Tribune
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Reds’ day for honoring their latest World Series champions got rained out. Steady rain prompted the Reds to postpone their game against the Chicago Cubs on Saturday, disappointing a big crowd that had bought tickets to see a ...
Report says Angels looking to trade Hamilton to Texas - Ironton Tribune
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Reports that troubled Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton might be traded to the Texas Rangers dominated the chatter before the game between the teams Friday night. When asked about the reports that the move could happen in ...
Tigers top Tribe, 4-1 - Ironton Tribune
DETROIT (AP) — Victor Martinez drove in three runs, taking advantage after Cleveland pitched around Miguel Cabrera and helping Alfredo Simon and the Detroit Tigers beat the Indians 4-1 Saturday. Cabrera drew four walks in a game for the first time in his ...
Character is growing issue for NFL draft - Ironton Tribune
The pressure for the upcoming NFL draft is as much on team decision makers as it is on the players hoping to build a career in professional football. While general managers will say they have always paid heed to a prospect’s character and behavior, never ...
Dragons edge Redmen in 8 innings - Ironton Tribune
PEDRO — The Fairland Dragons have a recovery program: Get good pitching and fight and claw on offense. Fairland bounced back from an 8-1 loss on Thursday to Chesapeake by beat the Rock Hill Redmen 3-1 in eight innings on Friday. “We were flat after ...