×

Business

County Farm Bureaus honored

COLUMBUS ­— Twenty-nine county Farm Bureaus throughout Ohio were honored with achievement awards for outstanding programming during the past year during the 101st-annual meeting of the Ohio Farm Bureau held Dec. 4-5. Jefferson, Harrison, Belmont and Carroll counties were among those ...

Certification benefits criminal justice students

BLOOMINGDALE— A new certification through the Ohio Department of Education will help criminal justice students on the career path to work in corrections. The Jefferson County Joint Vocational School now has an agreement with the ODE that allows students who graduate from the criminal ...

Perkins attends third producer conference in 2019

STEUBENVILLE — Ken Perkins, financial adviser with Tri-State Financial Services, attended his third producer conference hosted by Cetera Advisor Networks in 2019. Perkins and his wife, Becky, in February attended the Circle of Excellence Conference at the J.W. Marriott Marco Island Beach ...

Annual donation

The Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter of the West Virginia Credit Union League once again collected toys for the Toys for Tots program at its November Chapter meeting. Tabitha Herchuck from the Tri-State Marine Corps Club was on hand to accept the toys the credit unions collected. At the presentation ...

Quick Takes

LICENSED: James Douglas Knight recently became a licensed social worker through the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board by passing the Association of Social Work Boards Examination. In August, he earned a masters of social work degree from Campbellsville ...

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS

The following real estate transactions were recorded in Jefferson County: Anna Smith and others to Kristina Scott, 3.7623 acres, Smithfield Township (survivorship). Steubenville MHP LLC to Pleasant Hills MHP LLC, lots 1-13, 15-20 and 23-28, Pleasant Hills; and 81.160 acres, Island Creek ...

Woman turns love for animals into a business

FOLLANSBEE — Michelle Coppa said she’s very thankful to be able to open her own business doing something she loves: caring for animals. The owner of Coppa’s Barker Shoppe at 854 Main St., Coppa said as a child she and her late father, David, shared a love of dogs, not knowing that years ...

Challenge Award winners

Indian Creek High School students were recognized by representatives of the Challenge Program and school business partner Marathon Petroleum, formerly MarkWest, for excelling in areas important to success in life, including attendance, community service, STEM, academic excellence and academic ...

Rauch returns ‘home’ to Bethany

BETHANY — Laura Rauch has been hired as Bethany College’s director of annual giving. She is returning to Bethany after two years as the director of development for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Pittsburgh. She previously spent two years as Bethany’s major gifts officer. “This is ...

Business networking group hosts open house

STEUBENVILLE — In honor of its three-year anniversary, BNI TriState Referrals plans to host an open event for business professionals at the Best Western Plus Franciscan Square Inn and Suites in Steubenville. The event, which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Thursday, is free and will ...