BOYS SOCCER: Ironmen win overtime thriller against Unioto

Jackson rallies in 3-2 win behind goal by Trent Wolford in OT

JACKSON – The Jackson Ironmen soccer team stayed resilient and escaped with a 3-2 win against Unioto in overtime during a thrilling semifinal match in a Division II sectional tournament on Thursday at Alumni Stadium.

VOLLEYBALL: Lady Vikings win in straight sets over Warren

Vinton County advances to sectional championship game against Unioto with 25-10, 25-17, 25-11 win

McARTHUR – The top-seeded Vinton County volleyball team will look to capture a sectional championship after it’s 3-0 win over Warren in a sectional semifinal in Division II on Wednesday.

GIRLS SOCCER: Season ends for Ironladies in 2-1 loss to Waverly

WAVERLY – Sometimes, it is just a matter of an inch or two, either way.

VOLLEYBALL: Season ends for Ironladies after straight set loss to Waverly

WAVERLY – The Jackson volleyball team saw its season end, as the Ironladies ran out of gas against Waverly, losing 25-17, 26-24, 25-14 on Wednesday night.

Ohio Treasurer pays visit, meets with county officials

A discussion about taxes, economic development, Local Government Funds, and accountability took place Tuesday, Oct. 15, when Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague attended and participated in the weekly meeting of the Vinton County Commissioners.

Midnight at Moonville: Scares, fun time for all

A reputedly haunted place, spiced up with a party-like atmosphere which included tall tales, lots of good music and tasty food, helped make the 4th Annual Midnight at Moonville event a big success this past Saturday, Oct. 12.

Wellston Teachers’ Association Candidates Night 6:30 p.m. Oct. 22

The Wellston Teachers’ Association is sponsoring a Meet the Candidates Night event on Tuesday, Oct. 22, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Depot on Railroad Avenue in Wellston. (The starting time had previously announced incorrectly as 6 p.m.)

Red Ribbon celebration scheduled Oct. 24

Jackson County residents are invited to join the official Red Ribbon Week celebration in support of a drug-free community, which will take place on Thursday, Oct. 24 at 5:30 p.m.

S.T.A.N.D. (Students Taking Action Not Drugs) makes a powerful statement

Buckeye Hills Career Center has issued the following statement on Wednesday, Oct. 16, regarding a new student organization underscoring a commitment for its members to stay drug-free.

Jackson County Health Department seeks renewal levy

Looks to ensure the community is healthy and living in a safe environment

The mission statement of the Jackson County Health Department (JCHD) is “to create a healthier and safer community through disease prevention and control, health promotion and education, environmental protection, and emergency preparedness.”