Health tech students get certified


Health technologies students at Jefferson County Joint Vocational School earned certification to serve as phlebotomy techs after passing their test in May. Shown are, from left, Paige Boals of Harrison Central High School; Kacey Carothers of Harrison Central; Haylee Blackburn of Indian Creek ...

Church sermon topics


- Cadiz Presbyterian Church: “Looking for a King?”, www.CadizPresbyterian.org. - Calvary Community Missionary Baptist Church, Steubenville: “Meeting Needs.” - Christ United Methodist Church, East Springfield: “Pushing Us Forward, Pulling Us Along.” - Covenant Presbyterian ...

Four to enter carpentry apprenticeship program


WELLSBURG — Four Brooke High School students are on their way to a career in carpentry after signing on for an apprenticeship program through which they will gain on-the-job experience and an associates degree from West Virginia University. Bradford Anderson Jr., Tyler Apesos, Andrew ...



Junior criminal justice students at the Jefferson County Joint Vocational School are now certified protection officers after completing a semester-long course which covered 12 training units, 45 chapters and 155 assignments. The CPO program is designed for security officers and students who ...

First Fridays on Fourth fun

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Downtown Steubenville was awash with storybook characters Friday, part of the First Fridays on Fourth celebration for June. Dressed as Tweedledum and Tweedledee were, left, Cecelia Wurzler, 12, and Kiara Duffy, 10, both of Steubenville. June’s theme was “Storybook: Once Upon a June First ...

Mandel campaign makes local stop

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STEUBENVILLE — Describing himself as a “proud right-winger,” U.S. Senate-hopeful Josh Mandel said Friday he won’t shy away from being “pro-life, pro-guns and pro-Trump.” Mandel, 43, who threw his hat in the ring four months ago for the Senate seat being vacated by GOP Sen. ...