SHAWNEE — Do you need medical care but can’t afford it? Community Health Programs at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine can help.
LOGAN — We ring in the New Year with celebrations and resolutions. One of those resolutions can be to pay off holiday and other bills or to improve your overall financial position.
LOGAN — Ohio botanists found four plant species in 2019 that had not been seen in Ohio for decades and, in one case, more than a century, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Natural Areas and Preserves (DNAP).
LANCASTER — Influenza visitor restrictions are in effect at Fairfield Medical Center as the result of a significant increase in the number of flu cases in the area.
ATHENS — Ohio University announced, the creation of a new program that expands on the University’s fixed tuition guarantee and ensures a new level of cost transparency and degree affordability.
It may seem like you are safe from ticks during the winter months. However, ticks can become more active during warmer winter days. Springlike temperatures, like the weather we have been experiencing this past week, trigger ticks to start searching for food sources. Be sure to check yourself…
Good morning from the Yoders quiet house. Ya, all is quiet for once. Silence is something I rarely get to “hear” these days. Too much of it would undoubtedly be boring, but in this season of life, that is not on my list of worries.
Sunday will mark the first day of National Pizza Week and for all the pizza lovers, I have several different pizza recipes that will peak your interest for sure.
LOGAN — On Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, the Southeast Ohio Foodbank & Kitchen will be holding a public volunteer event, packing commodity supplemental food boxes and sorting food donations from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Editor's Note: Gloria took a much-deserved week off for the holiday, so we are sharing a few favorite recipes of hers (and readers) this week and she will return next week.
Chicken is one of my favorite things to eat. I think I could eat chicken for every meal. It’s healthy, depending on how you prepare it, and there are so many ways to use chicken.
LOGAN — In response to our inquiry, several local businesses wanted to let citizens know what hours they will be holding for the New Year’s holiday Tuesday, Dec. 31 and Wednesday, Jan. 1.
LOGAN — The Ohio State Highway Patrol is urging drivers who intend to celebrate the New Year’s holiday to plan ahead and designate a sober driver. The Patrol’s zero-tolerance policy is part of the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement campaign.
LOGAN — Carolyn Kienzle, Stephanie Blackford and Karen Cottrill were Hocking County delegates to the 147th annual session of the Ohio State Grange Convention held in Columbus October 18-21, 2019.