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Put another log on the fire

Driving down a rural country road covered by a canopy of tree limbs last weekend, I wondered how many times I had traveled the same path before. I was headed toward Long’s Retreat in Pike County, a family resort not far from the Highland County line. One hundred times, I wondered? No, it would be many more than that.
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Hometown Tragedy: The Pike County Massacre

PIKE COUNTY, Ohio — Eight people. All members of the same family. Killed execution-style in the same night. The Rhoden family murders shocked the small community of Pike County, Ohio. In April 2016, seven Rhodens were found dead across three properties on the same street, with the final victim...
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Council of Governments looks to use $5.5 million on new school, job training

PIKETON — A potential federal investment could jumpstart progress in the Scioto Valley Local Schools District's attempt to build a new middle school. Since May 2019, Zahn's Corner Middle School has been shuddered following the discovery of radioactive material inside and near the school. As a result, students grades fourth through sixth have been split between SVLSD buildings. Passage of a bill by the U.S. House Energy and Water Appropriations...
PIKETON, OH

Construction update

CHILLICOTHE — The following construction projects are anticipated to affect highways in Pike County next week. All outlined work is weather permitting. S.R. 220 Bridge Replacement — S.R. 220 is reduced to one lane using temporary signals as of Feb. 28. The location is just to the west of the intersection of S.R. 220 and Buchanan Road near Dailyville. Estimated completion: Fall 2022 S.R. 32/Shyville Road Intersection Improvement – Work...
PIKE COUNTY, OH

Scioto Valley-Piketon Area Council of Governments looks to use $5.5 million on new school, job training

PIKETON — A potential federal investment could jumpstart progress in the Scioto Valley Local Schools District’s attempt to build a new middle school. Since May 2019, Zahn’s Corner Middle School has been shuddered following the discovery of radioactive material inside and near the school. As a result, students grades fourth through sixth have been split between SVLSD buildings. Passage of a bill by the U.S. House Energy and Water Appropriations...
PIKETON, OH
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