There are a few changes that need to be made to the First National Bank Jingle Bell Luminary Weekend Schedule that was in the Jingle Bell Book distributed in Wednesday's edition. There will be no flower show this year. Also, the tea at First Presbyterian Church on Sunday will begin at 3 p.m.…
The 2019 First National Bank Jingle Bell Luminary Parade Weekend will be held Nov. 22 through Nov. 24 in Waverly, with the parade beginning at 5 p.m. on Saturday. Be sure to check inside today’s edition of the News Watchman for the Jingle Bell book with a schedule of activities this weekend,…
It was announced on Monday that the State Controlling Board approved the release of $63,525 to help Pike County cover the cost of capital cases related to the 2016 murders of eight members of the Rhoden and Gilley families.
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Bristol Village residents Terry and Sue Wheeler are hoping to give the gift of comfort through hand-made stuffed teddy bears that have been donated to the Pike County Sheriff’s Office as well as the Waverly and Piketon police departments.
Polarity, Waverly High School’s pop a cappella vocal group, was selected to represent the OSBA’s Southeast region by performing at the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) 2019 Student Achievement Fair in Columbus, held on Monday, Nov. 11.
State and local officials are offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information regarding a May 2016 structure fire that claimed the life of a 5-year-old girl in Londonderry (Vinton County).
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