CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), public health and regulatory officials in several states, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are investigating a multistate outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (E. coli) O26 infections linked to flour.
An outdoor kennel roofing project is underway at the Pike County dog pound. Started on June 2, the project is expected to be completed by the end of the month.
On the front page of the Wednesday, June 12 edition of the News Watchman, the photos for the article "Senior Companion Program Recognition dinner held at Lake White Club" were accidentally placed with the wrong article. Also, in the same story, we accidentally misspelled the name of the Comm…
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- State Route 772 closed north of Ross-Pike county line during daytime, working hours
- Missing 91-year-old man located safely
- Food Safety Alert: Several brands and types of flour recalled due to possible E.coli contamination
- Outdoor kennel roofing project underway at Pike dog pound
- Yost, former attorneys general call for elimination of Ohio's statute of limitations on rape
- Pike Health District provides update on possible harmful agal blooms in Lake White
- Founder of Lucasville to be honored during bicentennial
- Annual Senior Companion Program Recognition dinner held at Lake White Club
- Rita Newcomb trial moved to later date
- Waverly, Piketon and Eastern all make moves for 2019 football season
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In response to the opioid crisis the community is facing, the ADAMH Board has been awarded a second State Opioid Response (SOR) Grant in the amount of $148,732.50.
On June 5, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced the state will invest $11 million over the next two years to help employers and unemployed workers across the state overcome issues related to the opioid epidemic. The resources provided by a National Health Emergency Disaster Recovery Dislocate…
On June 3, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and former Attorneys General Richard Cordray, Nancy Rogers, Jim Petro, Betty Montgomery and Lee Fisher urged the Ohio General Assembly to eliminate the state’s statute of limitations on rape.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Ohio will present “Bourbon & Bubbles,” a bourbon and champagne cocktail tasting fundraiser, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 15 at the Chillicothe Country Club, 800 Arch Street, Chillicothe.