Director and producer Brian Clowdus is bringing The Sleepy Hollow Experience back for the production’s year two at Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre.
A man from Waverly and a man from Chillicothe were among the more than 100 people arrested during a Central Ohio human trafficking sting, it was announced on Friday.
Ohio has been awarded $55.8 million from the federal government to help combat the opioid epidemic.
A prosecutor case summary from Ohio Auditor of State Keith Faber’s office provides more details on the Ohio auditor’s case against Charles Reader, who is currently suspended from the office of Pike County Sheriff.
In the final game before conference play starts, the Piketon Redstreaks went to battle in Lucasville with the Valley Indians.
With lightning interrupting games across the area Friday night, the Eastern Eagles and the Southeastern Panthers mutually agreed to bring it to an early end.
It seemed like everything that could go wrong did for the Waverly Tigers Friday night at Raidiger Field.
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.
The last three incumbent presidents to lose their reelection bids — Gerald Ford in 1976, Jimmy Carter in 1980, and George H.W. Bush in 1992 — were fatally burdened by a sluggish or recessionary economy.
Shortly after the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its August report — which showed that the economy had created a middling 130,000 new jobs — the White House issued an effusive statement.
Thurman was a soft-spoken, gentle 70-year-old man referred to Hospice for prostate cancer. He became occupationally disabled from a stroke at age 38, but he remained fairly active and independent until his cancer forced him to his bed. He and his wife, Lillian, lived in Ohio, but they regret…