Archive for March, 2015

Need to BUY or SELL a house?

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of Wilson Realtors, 418 E Main St, West Union, OH 45693

4-H Kids College is coming up

This event is open to all 4-H members with an interest in the subject matter, regardless of what projects they are taking. Those enrolled in related projects will learn about project requirements, pre-fair judging, and Ohio State Fair expectations.


ACOV receives financial report card

The Adams County Ohio Valley School District released the financial data section of their state report card at the Thursday, Feb. 26, meeting at the Ohio Valley Career and Technical Center. Tina Hageman, treasurer, presented the information during her report to the board.


Winter storm Thor hammers county

March has definitely lived up to the idiom that it comes in like a lion. Hopefully, it stays with it and goes out like a lamb.


Level 3 Snow Emergencies declared

From The People’s Defender Facebook page, a front porch shot of the weather. Post your front porch shots to our Facebook page.


SR 247 closed for accident

State Route 247 was closed to traffic on Saturday at the intersection of Tom Brown Road for a two-vehicle accident that resulted in five victims being transported to Adams County Regional Medical Center. At 9:32, Deborah Walford, 49, of Hillsboro was driving a 2005, grey Ford Explorer southbound on state Route 247 when she attempted to turn left onto Tom Brown Road.


Paint a pup for a great cause

The Adams County Humane Society is looking for individuals who would like to use their creative artistic talent for a great cause with “Paint a Pup.” A pup statue that is, for the Humane Society’s upcoming fundraising dinner auction.


Commissioners hold CBDG first reading

The Board of Adams County Commissioners met in regular session on Feb. 18 with the following members present: Brian Baldridge, Stephen Caraway, and Paul Worley. Clerk Becky Brodt was also present.


Seaman debates treatment plant

The Seaman Village Council met for a regular meeting on Monday, March 4 in the mayor’s office at the Seaman Community Building. Several topics were brought up for discussion by council members, but much of the focus was on the installation of new equipment at the waste water treatment plant.