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DARE program stresses good choices

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BRILLIANT — The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program wrapped up in several classes at Buckeye North Elementary School, but not before providing students with some key information to help them make good choices. Wells Township Police Sgt. Sean Norman, DARE officer for Buckeye Local ...

‘The Lion King Jr.’ set for Harding

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STEUBENVILLE — “The Lion King Jr.” will feature a cast of more than 100 Harding Middle School Drama Club members when it takes the Steubenville High School auditorium stage this weekend. Performances are set for 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. The cast includes Devon Renforth as ...

Utility updates moving ahead

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NEW CUMBERLAND — The city’s water and sewer committee met Nov. 12, opting to move forward with updates to both the city’s water and sewer systems. The water project is moving along faster than the sewer project, officials explained. The city will have more information on the water line ...

Local author writes story of twists, turns

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STEUBENVILLE — Kathy Mills said it took her several years to write “Sisters’ Garden of Secrets,” a first-time effort for the local businesswoman who emphasizes the book is about hope despite dark twists and turns in the story. “Set in an era where childhood abuse was often ...

Car show winner

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Eric Miller was among the winners at the second-annual Carl Butterfield Memorial Car Show, which was held in conjunction with the Pull 4 a Cancer Cure at the Harrison County Fairgrounds. Miller was recognized for his 1950 Dodge Coronet. He has owned the car for about five years. His father ...

Honored

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In 1959, Pat Ambler started a 4-H club in York, outside of Adena, with 10 members and continued on through the years with clubs of different names. Her children and grandchildren were members of the clubs. She was honored for her 60 years of service to the 4-H organization as an adviser, 4-H ...

Hobbies can keep minds sharp

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Leisure time can seem like a luxury for many adults. While it can seem like there’s little time in the day to do more than tend to responsibilities at work and at home, people might have more time to pursue leisure activities than they realize. In its 2018 American Time Use Survey, the U.S. ...

Regional roundup

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Amsterdam receives federal money AMSTERDAM — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, announced that the United States Department of Agriculture’s Community Facilities Direct Loan and Grant Program has awarded a grant $50,000 and a loan of $46,000 to Amsterdam that will go toward the ...

Brief

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Traffic changes in Steubenville STEUBENVILLE — Traffic in the city will be disrupted by two projects Wednesday. Beginning at 7 a.m. Wednesday, the westbound lanes of Market Street from Fourth Street to Commercial Alley will be closed to through traffic, and Commercial Alley from Market ...

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PERI sets Wednesday meeting STEUBENVILLE — Chapter 5 of Public Employees Retirees Inc. will meet at noon Wednesday at the Steubenville YWCA, 320 N. Fourth St. The speaker will be a representative from Urban Mission Ministries.