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Trivia Night makes a comeback for Steubenville Kiwanis Club

Community

STEUBENVILLE — And now for some trivia connected to the Trivia Night fundraiser organized by the Steubenville Kiwanis Club. - It hasn’t been held since 2019, thanks to the pandemic. - The winners in 2019 were: Barnesville/Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County, first; ...

Funseekers plan Valentine mixer exchange for Feb. 2 meeting

Community

WEIRTON — President Judi Gaynor welcomed 75 members and guests when the Funseekers met Dec. 1 at Undo’s in Weirton. Gaynor acknowledged December and January birthdays and anniversaries. Carl Truax opened the meeting with a holiday blessing, the Pledge of Allegiance and the singing of ...

Community news from around the area

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New Cumberland Hall of Fame inductees named NEW CUMBERLAND — The New Cumberland Hall of Fame committee members are putting the finishing touches on their plans for the 2022 ceremony to induct three people from New Cumberland who go out of their way to volunteer to help others, according ...

River blessed

Local News

Clergy and members of several Orthodox churches gathered at the observation pier of the Steubenville Marina Sunday for a blessing of the Ohio River delivered as part of the Feast of Holy Theophany and a remembrance of Jesus Christ’s baptism in the Jordan River. Leading the joint service, in ...

DeWine won’t challenge health order restrictions in court

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While Gov. Mike DeWine called a legislative bill that restricts his authority to issue health orders “unconstitutional,” he says he won’t challenge it in court. DeWine said filing a court case over Senate Bill 22, which he vetoed March 23 and was followed a day later by a legislative ...

National certification for Brooke teacher

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WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Board of Education recognized a Brooke High School teacher for attaining national certification and all of its schools for the state recognition they received for supporting the families of service members. At a meeting last week, Superintendent Jeffery Crook ...