At its meeting on Dec. 3, Waverly Village Council decided they will hold a public meeting at a date yet to be determined in order to educate the town’s citizens about a proposed water rate increase.
- Waverly to hold public meeting on proposed water rate increase
- Boys Roundup: Redstreaks start SVC play with a win, Eagles and Indians suffer defeats
- Friday Night Box Scores - Pike County Basketball - Friday, Dec. 13, 2019
- Lady Tigers battle Lady Oaks down to the wire
- Lady Eagles unable to overcome early deficit against Valley
The Waverly Police Department found drugs, a loaded handgun, and more during the course of an investigation on Thursday evening.
A Pike County man who is a suspect in a murder committed on Monday is now in custody, according to the Ross County Sheriff’s Office.
Update: Burggraf is now in custody.
After the first quarter, Friday was a tough evening for the Eastern Eagles.
Eastern 38, Oak Hill 70
Although Oak Hill is generally one of the top teams in the Southern Ohio Conference, the Waverly Lady Tigers are making a statement to be up there with those top teams.
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.
If you’ve been an Ohio sports fan long enough to experience the seemingly endless cycle from year to year of excitement, disappointment, and everything in between, then this column is for you.
Way back many years ago when I was a boy, my family consisted of dad, mother, my three sisters and myself. Dad sharecropped 247 acres of bottom ground, which started back in horse days long before tractors came into the picture. Dad also kept a sizable dairy herd to supplement the income.
Most Ohioans can get access to a steady, fast internet connection at work or home. Unfortunately, for Ohioans living outside our big urban areas, broadband access can be hard to come by. This lack of access creates problems every day.