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BLACKMOOR Blackmoor Ladies League members played a low gross game on Sept. 11. Signa Findlay took first place with low score. Cheryl Black took second place for low score. Lori DeFallo had low putts. Kathi Moore had long drive on hole No. 14. Linda Caputo had a chip-in on hole No. 17. ...

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Sale to benefit scholarship fund

More than 30,000 items will be featured when the Tri-State Christian Academy holds its children’s consignment sale at the R.J. Bush Center at Mercy Baptist Church, 3474 Pennsylvania Ave., Weirton. The sale times and dates are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, ...

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Luncheon at St. Paul’s on Sunday in memory of Mal Lilly STEUBENVILLE — St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 415 Adams St., Steubenville, will host a luncheon on Sunday to honor the late Malvin “Mal” Lilly, a longtime member of the church who died in July. The cost of the luncheon, which ...

COME AND WALK — Hiking enthusiast Michael T. Wood, right, invites area residents to join him on a fundraiser 3-mile hike through Fernwood State Forest on Sept. 30 beginning at noon. The HIKE for Mental Health is to help eliminate the stigma that surrounds mental illness, according to the Wintersville man, who is shown with Justin Law, forest manager, Fernwood State Forest.
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Sept. 30 HIKE for Mental Health welcomes local participation

WINTERSVILLE — Taking a hike is second nature to Michael Wood. He’s logged more than 2,000 miles on trails near and far, and he’ll add a small but significant number to that tally come Sept. 30. But he hopes to have some company along for the journey. The Wintersville man has ...

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Defending champs

At the Brooke County Fair, a team from Franklin Primary School defended the trophy won by their school last year in the tug of war between the county’s primary schools and sponsored by the Brooke County Commission. Posing with the trophy are, from left, front, Commissioner Tim Ennis, and ...

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Consignment sale Friday, Saturday to aid scholarships WEIRTON — More than 30,000 items will be featured when the Tri-State Christian Academy holds its children’s consignment sale at the R.J. Bush Center at Mercy Baptist Church, 3474 Pennsylvania Ave., Weirton. The sale times and dates ...

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Indian Creek Homecoming court

Indian Creek High School will hold its annual Homecoming game on Friday as the Redskins play Buckeye Local at the Robert Kettlewell Memorial Stadium in Wintersville, beginning at 7 p.m. This year’s Homecoming court includes, from left, Carly Jo Laughery, Rachel Cooper, Kelsey Lewis, Renee ...

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Brooke fair royalty

Girls of various ages participated in the Brooke County Fair Queen of Queens Pageant. Ava Shane, last year’s fair queen, far left, presented trophies to this year’s winners, including, from left, Sky Palma, third place for ages 7-10; Avery Webber, third place for ages 3-6; Chloie Black, ...

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Ohio Valley Business and Professional Women to kick off new club year Tuesday STEUBENVILLE — The Ohio Valley Business and Professional Women will kick off their 2017-18 meeting season with a dinner meeting set for 6 p.m. Tuesday at YWCA of Steubenville, located at 320 N. Fourth ...

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School supplies distributed

For the ninth consecutive year, Dollar Tree stores throughout the nation sponsored Operation Homefront, a national nonprofit serving America's military families, as the two joined forces in a nationwide school supplies collection campaign called the Back-To-School Brigade. Through the ...