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home : community news : community news May 22, 2015 

Bob, play both big hits
Pictured are members of the cast of That Was Bob, which was performed as a part of a dinner theatre event Saturday evening in Jackson at the Family Life Center of the Christ United Methodist Church. The play, which was produced, directed and written by Greg Miller of the University of Rio Grande, is a portrayal of the late Bob Evans of restaurant and sausage fame. In the front row (from the left) are: Minda Hager, Marah Hager, Alis Newberry, Lucia Colley, and Greg Miller. In the back row (from the left) are: Mike Vigue, Harry Kuhn, Allen Daugherty, Steve Sisson, and Seth Argabright.

Pictured are members of the cast of That Was Bob, which was performed as a part of a dinner theatre event Saturday evening in Jackson at the Family Life Center of the Christ United Methodist Church. The play, which was produced, directed and written by Greg Miller of the University of Rio Grande, is a portrayal of the late Bob Evans of restaurant and sausage fame. In the front row (from the left) are: Minda Hager, Marah Hager, Alis Newberry, Lucia Colley, and Greg Miller. In the back row (from the left) are: Mike Vigue, Harry Kuhn, Allen Daugherty, Steve Sisson, and Seth Argabright.

The personality and character of one of Southeastern Ohio's most iconic figures, the late Bob Evans, came alive in Jackson Saturday evening, May 16, in a dinner theatre production of a play based on stories from his colorful and memorable life.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Jackson Elks donate picnic table to Village of Coalton
With the earlier announcement that youthful vandals had destroyed two of the three picnic tables owned by the Village of Coalton, the Jackson Elks have come to the rescue. According to Mayor Kim Milliken, the Elks organization donated a new table to the village.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Oak Hill students raise money for dog pound
The students at Oak Hill Elementary School did their part in the Pop Tabs for Pups campaign as they raised $218 and presented it to the Jackson County Dog Pound.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Reconditioning of rock crusher parts not an everyday repair job
Alfred (Sonny) Ruston has done a lot of different jobs in the 55 years of operating his shop in Jackson, but one recent assignment was a particularly big one -- both literally and figuratively.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Dr. Dorothy Anne Essman Richmond to receive WHS Wall of Achievement honor
A 1963 graduate of Wellston High School will be honored this year at the 125th Annual Wellston Alumni Banquet. The Wellston City Schools, in partnership with the Wellston High School Alumni Association, has announced the name of the recipient of the 2015 "Wall of Achievement" Award.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Appomattox revived in Jackson
The timeless Civil War history which was made at Appomattox Court House, Virginia is separated from modern-day Jackson by 150 years and 333 miles.

But for spectators gathered at the Lillian Jones Museum in Jackson Saturday afternoon, May 9, that important event in American history became much closer and more real as Civil War characters came alive to stage a reenactment of Confederate General Robert E. Lee's climatic surrender to Union General Ulysses S. Grant.

Friday, May 15, 2015
Oak Hill pool ready to open
The Village of Oak Hill has competed a great deal of work at the Margaret Ann Pool and a Memorial Day opening is planned.
Friday, May 15, 2015
A Case For The Bird: A Pirates Treasure, Part 1 is local author's first published book
It all began in Korea.

Jackson resident and 2003 JHS graduate, Brian Yates, was serving in the USAF as a firefighter in Korea. He had some down-time, so he began to write. He served one year in Korea, then came stateside and did five more years at a variety of bases, always as a firefighter, and then he came home.
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Friday, May 15, 2015
Finishing Touches Applied to Overpass
Some splashes of color have been added to the new U.S. 35 overpass, in the form of blue and white bas-reliefs and red-lettered Jackson County signs positioned on each side of the busy highway.
Friday, May 15, 2015
Dog Pound Gets Wired
Accumulating over 7,800 followers on Facebook is no easy task, particularly for an entity that has never had Internet access.

But those "dog days" of being leashed with no Internet access, failing security cameras, and outdated communication systems are over.

Friday, May 15, 2015
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Thursday, May 14, 2015


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