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Man sentenced in death of 3-month-old son

MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia man has been sentenced to serve between 20 and 40 years in prison in the death of his 3-month-old son.Daniel Messner was sentenced Monday in Marshall County, news outlets reported. He was charged in 2019 with death of a child by a parent by child abuse.A doctor told Marshall County Prosecutor's Office investigator Bryan Gaus that the child suffered from shaken baby syndrome and his death was the "result of extreme violence," according to police records.Messner entered a Kennedy plea in January to charges of voluntary manslaughter, child neglect resulting in death and malicious manslaughter. A Kennedy plea allows a defendant to accept punishment for a crime without having to admit guilt.
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Dalbert 'Dale' Sanders charged with involuntary manslaughter in man's shooting death

UHRICHSVILLE — A 36-year-old Uhrichsville man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with Sunday's shooting death of John Q. Bashline, II. The charge against Dalbert "Dale" Sanders, of Herrick Street includes a specification that a gun was used in the crime. The specification carries a mandatory three-year prison sentence in the event of a conviction. Prison time of one to five years is possible for a conviction on involuntary manslaughter.
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Veloxint moves to West Virginia

Veloxint, a manufacturer of nanocrystalline metal alloys, is moving to Touchstone Research Laboratory Ltd. in Triadelphia, W.Va. The company expects to create 200 to 300 new jobs for research engineers, laboratory technicians, metallurgists, and machinists over the next four years at the new location. The move will allow Veloxint to...

Neil E. Timbers, 67, pleads guilty to robbery

NEW PHILADELPHIA — A 67-year-old man from Lore City pleaded guilty on Tuesday to robbing a woman Nov. 24 at Sally's Hilltop Store, 1958 Post Boy Road, in Washington Township south of Newcomerstown. Tuscarawas County County Common Pleas Judge Michael Ernest will sentence Neil E. Timbers on July 11. Timbers was initially indicted on a charge of aggravated...

With Tops supermarket closed, Black Buffalo residents scramble to find food

The Tops supermarket where Saturday’s fatal shootings took place is a store that Black Buffalo residents fought for years to get. Its temporary closure has left neighbors scrambling to find food. NPR’s Adrian Florido reports. This article was originally published on Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more,...

Local Boutique Emphasizes Minimal, Capsule Wardrobe

Mary Alice Reporting – Lovely, a specialized clothing store is close to opening a physical storefront in downtown Uhrichsville. The new business is primarily online currently until having regular business hours, hopefully by this fall, says owners Betty Quillin and Amanda McDaniel. The longtime friends, amid their communication, talked...

Ohio safari park welcomes 4 Sichuan takin kids

CUMBERLAND, Ohio — An Ohio safari park is celebrating the births of four new Sichuan takin kids. The takin kids were born at The Wilds in Cumberland, Ohio, on March 14, March 16, March 17 and April 9. According to officials at The Wilds, the takin kids are doing...
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Mrs. Miller’s Homemade Jams Issues Voluntary Recall Due to an Undeclared Soy Allergen

FREDERICKSBURG, Ohio – Mrs. Miller’s Homemade Jams in Fredericksburg is voluntarily recalling its Smokey BBQ Bacon Jam and Spicy Chili Bacon Jam, packaged in 9 oz. glass jars. The recall is due to an undeclared soy allergen found in the Worcestershire Sauce and Hickory Smoke ingredients used in these jams. This recall has been initiated due to the ingredient label not stating a soy allergen and it is sold at one store in Caldwell.

Customers flocked to the new Dunkin’ Donuts in Moundsville

MOUNDSVILLE, W. Va. (WTRF) They were packing the drive-through and the line stretched through the parking lot and even the entrance to the parking lot. Hundreds of people turned out, and everyone seemed patient and eager. “Anytime we open a new business in Moundsville, it’s exciting,” said Rick Healy, Moundsville city manager. “We’re proud to […]

Indian Valley student and teacher recognized as Partners In Education winners

A student and a teacher at Indian Valley Local Schools have been selected as monthly Partners in Education winners, a program run by the Ohio Lottery Commission. Ninth grade student Sarah Myers was recognized as the Ohio Lottery Partners in Education Academic All-Stars for the month of April. Teacher of the Month for April was Alisha Hovanick from Port Washington Elementary School.

Dunkin’ Donuts set to open in Moundsville

MARSHALL COUNTY, W.Va. (WTRF) — Coffee lovers, leave a little extra time to grab yourself a treat before heading to work on Monday.   The Moundsville Dunkin Donuts officially opens Monday, May 9th, at 5 a.m.   It’s located on Route 2 near Walmart and Burger King.    Officials say this is the first coffee chain to […]