During a press conference at the Ohio Statehouse on Monday, Ohio Auditor and Attorney General-Elect Dave Yost, State Senator Bob Peterson (R-Washington Court House), and State Representative Shane Wilkin (R-Hillsboro) announced proposed state legislation that would ensure financial resources…
- Miller signs with Trevecca Nazarene University for basketball
- Proposed legislation could provide funding for Pike capital cases
- Reports: Suspect filed for custody 6 days after massacre
- Hearing for Waverly police chief rescheduled for Dec. 4
- Piketon to hold First Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony
DAYTON — Documents say that a suspect in the massacre of a family in which a parenting dispute is said to have played a role filed for custody of his daughter six days after the slayings.
A hearing of charges alleged against Waverly Police Chief Larry Roe before Waverly Village Council has been moved from Nov. 20 to Dec. 4 at 7 p.m..
Mayor Billy Spencer is presenting the Village of Piketon’s First Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 24 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Main Street.
For Eastern senior basketball player Michael Miller, there are plenty of blessings this Thanksgiving season.
For the second straight year, the Waverly High School softball team got together to distribute turkeys to those in need for Thanksgiving. Armed with 30 turkeys to give away, the Lady Tigers met on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Pike County Swim Club where they fanned out to the city streets to don…
Wilmore, Ky. – Shawnee State women’s basketball picked up their seventh victory in a row on Saturday afternoon, defeating Oakland City (Ind.) 111-74 at the Zweifel-Pritchett Classic.
By Jim Henry
Pike's Past is a column that runs in the News Watchman every Wednesday. He has been writing for the publication since September of 1976 and is renowned for his knowledge of Pike County history. Henry frequently speaks at gatherings throughout the region to speak about history and present slide shows from his extensive collection of historical photographs.
That’s over with. And not a moment too soon.
Among today’s most regrettable trends is the dying art of effective humor and satire in politics.
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