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HC Beekeepers Assoc. meeting set

HC Beekeepers Assoc. meeting set

The Saturday, July 13 meeting of the Harrison County Beekeepers Association will be held at the home of Rose and Bill Bush at 38600 Lees Run Rd, Cadiz Ohio. The...

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Steubenville’s Hometown Celebration is a family affair

STEUBENVILLE – From Classic Cars to Rat Pack Entertainment to Fun ‘n’ Games for the kids, Steubenville’s Hometown Celebration on Saturday, June 15 will...

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Celebrate Father’s Day early

NEW PHILADELPHIA – The Haractus Head Start FatherTime program invites all area fathers and father figures to celebrate Father’s Day early by joining them...

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Cadiz council meeting change

Cadiz council will hold their meeting on Wednesday, June 5, 2012 at noon.

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Shirley J. Scott

Shirley J. Scott

Shirley J. Scott, age 72, of Scio, lost her courageous battle with cancer Thursday, May 30, 2013 at her home surrounded by her loving family. Born September 26,...

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Something for everyone at the library

FREEPORT – This year the Clark Memorial Branch Library is participating in Helmet Head, a bike safety education campaign organized by Carol Infante, RN of...

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Support group to meet

STEUBENVILLE – The Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, in Steubenville at Eastern Gateway Community...

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Green eggs and ham luncheon held at HCBDD

Green eggs and ham luncheon held at HCBDD

Green eggs and ham with pancakes were served on St Patrick’s Day at the Harrison County Board of Developmental Disabilities Preschool in celebration of Developmental...

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Final Beef School scheduled

The OSU Extension has hosted a tri-county Beef School for Harrison, Jefferson, and Carroll Counties since the beginning of March.  The third and final beef school...

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Locals part of “He’s Alive!”

CADIZ – Thirteen members of Scott Memorial United Methodist Church, including Associate Pastor Mark Smith and members of his youth group, are taking the stage...

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