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Young child flown to hospital after falling out of vehicle in Ohio

JACKSON COUNTY, Ohio (WCHS) — A 5-year-old child was flown to the hospital Saturday after falling out of a vehicle near Wellston, Ohio. The child’s parents, Tiara and Allen Wamsley, of Athens County, Ohio, told investigators that their daughter somehow got out of her booster seat and through the rear window and fell to the ground while the vehicle was in motion, according to a news release from Ohio State Highway Patrol.
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Wood County residents among first winners of vaccination sweepstakes

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTAP) - Three Wood County residents are among the first winners of prizes, including a million dollar jackpot, in the state’s vaccination sweepstakes. Karen Foley of Mineral Wells was named as the winner of the $1 million cash prize Sunday, taking home the biggest prize from the first of seven vaccine lottery prize drawings.
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WV Interstate Fair kicks off Tuesday, June 22nd

MINERAL WELLS, W.Va. (WTAP) - The West Virginia Interstate Fair kicks off this Tuesday, June 22nd. The fair is a family-friendly event that will include live entertainment, carnival rides, food vendors, animal shows, and much more. “We got track events” Russ Collins, 1st Vice President of the WV Interstate Fair...
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Racine sets Independence Day activities

RACINE, Ohio – The annual Racine celebration of American Indepence Day is set as usual except for a change in the time of the parade. The Village of Racine has announced the Independence Day activities for Sunday, July 4, 2021. The day will kick off with the Racine Volunteer Fire Department selling BBQ chicken dinners and homemade ice cream at 11 a.m.
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James Timothy "Tim" Bell

James Timothy “Tim” Bell, age 61 of Kimbolton passed away June 18, 2021 at the Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center. He was born on July 31, 1959 in Cambridge to the late James and Mary (Black) Bell. He was the maintenance man for the Rocky Fork Ranch and former captain of the Liberty Community Volunteer Fire Department. Tim is survived by 3 daughters Nikki Bell and fiance Tim Taylor and Heather Duff and fiance Remmy Cunningham both of Coshocton and Erin (Chris) Knabb of Kimbolton, 2 step-daughters Misty (Tim) Johnson of Kimbolton and Heather (Michael) Frenton of Newcomerstown, 11 grandchildren Dallas James Bell, Petey Duff, Eddie Duff, Finley Knabb, Arabella Taylor, Jacob Henry, Shawn Frenton, Caleb Frenton, Madison, Aiden, and Lacey Johnson, great grandson Leon James Henry, sister Mary Ann Paff of Zanesville, and special niece Jamie Paff and special nephew Billy Paff. Calling hours will be from 11:00 to 1:00 on June 23, 2021 at Bundy-Law Funeral Home with funeral services to follow at 1:00 with Mark Beros officiating. Burial in Kimbloton Cemetery. On-line condolences can be sent to the family at www.bundy-lawfuneralhome.com.
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Southern Ohio: Threesome Break-up Turns Ugly

It turns out three is definitely not company. A Southern Ohio man had double trouble with two women he told police he allowed to live with him. Portsmouth Ohio Police officers responded to a disturbance call at a Scioto Trail home around 8:30 am. A second call came in from a woman at the residence to complain about a domestic incident.
Wood County, WVParkersburg News & Sentinel

Wood County Republicans take aim at For the People Act

PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Republican Party Executive Committee is preparing a resolution to encourage West Virginia’s two U.S. senators to oppose the For the People Act and reforms to the filibuster rule, the chairman said on Friday. The For the People Act, House Resolution 1, is generally opposed or...
Cambridge, OHDaily Jeffersonian

Record number of Cambridge students attending hands-on Summer CATS Camp

More than 330 Cambridge City Schools students are participating in an interactive, hand-on learning experience through the Summer CATS Camp underway in the district. The attendance makes CATS Camp one of the largest programs in Southeastern Ohio. Approximately 60 Cambridge educators and other staff members have joined forces to bring...
Parkersburg, WVParkersburg News & Sentinel

Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley dedicates Vincent home

VINCENT — Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley held a ceremony to dedicate their 108th house in the Mid-Ohio Valley Saturday. The home, located on Burnfield Road in Vincent, was built in partnership with the Dennis family. “Dedication days are always a special day,” explained Robin Stewart director of...
Vienna, WVParkersburg News & Sentinel

Bonsai club roots for those interested in taking up hobby

VIENNA — Saturday kicked off a two day event for the Ki No Kaze Bonsai Club. People could venture to Scots Landscaping in Vienna, where the club often holds meetings to see their personal Bonsais, learn about caring for Bonsais and pot one of their own in a $50 workshop that included everything needed and personalized care instructions by club members who have over 100 years of knowledge and expertise combined.
Chester, OHheraldstaronline.com

Car show in Chester

Chester Lions Club member Brian Stewart’s daughter, Sierra, center; her friend Riley Long; and his father, Lee; pose with Lee’s 1967 Chevy II in anticipation of the annual Chester Lions Club “3rd” of July car show that will be held at the Chester City Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on July 3. Motorcycles are welcome. Registration is $5 per car or motorcycle and is from 10 a.m. until noon. For those interested in avoiding the registration lines, participants can pre-register this year and pay at the event by contacting Steve at (412) 370-7356 or by e-mail at sfwilson55@gmail.com, who also can be contacted for general information. There is no fee to come and check out the cars, trucks and motorcycles. There will be 38 awards, including Best of Show, Best GM, Best Ford, Best MOPAR, Best Motorcycle. Dash plaques will be provided to the first 150 registrants. Door prizes will be given every 15 minutes to registrants. There will be a DJ, a 50/50 drawing and a Chinese auction. “You don’t have to enter a car to participate in the Chinese auction or 50/50 drawing and you don’t have to be present to win,” a club spokesperson noted. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. The rain date is July 9 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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