Steve BoehmFor experienced gardeners, good compost is worth its weight in gold. There’s nothing healthier for your plants than rich black compost, but for most gardeners the only way to get compost is to buy it. We sell amazing amounts of compost and soils in our garden center, evidence that many gardeners aren’t making their own.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio — Shawnee State University’s Clark Planetarium is planning the annual Planetarium Christmas Show “The Star of Bethlehem” at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 16, Wednesday, Dec. 18, Friday, Dec. 20, and Monday, Dec. 23.“This has been one of our most popular programs for the past few years,” Director Tim Hamilton said.The show explores the questions of where the Wise Men came from, the date of Jesus’ birth, and what exactly ...
COLUMBUS—State Representatives Mike Duffey (R-Worthington) and Terry Johnson (R-McDermott) have announced that the Ohio House today passed House Bill 296, legislation that strives to better prepare schools to treat severe allergic reactions among students.House Bill 296 permissively allows a school or school district to stock doses of epinephrine on the school premises. The legislation will allow but not require a school or district to adopt a protocol to maintain a stock of ...
Wayne AllenCommon Staff WriterAccording to Scioto County Sheriff Marty Donini, conversations are continuing to take place betweenhim and Lawrence County Sheriff Jeff Lawless over bringing more Lawrence County inmates to be housed in Scioto County.“He (Lawless) was basically asking me if that option of the juvenile facility would still be available and if so he was likely going to have a need for that, but would have to meet with his county com...
Local licensed massage therapists Jodi Wright, Joyce Packard, Debbie Jewett, and Linda Hill would like to thank everyone who came out for the first annual Massage Therapy Awareness Week Fundraiser. $385 was raised and donated to the SOMC Cancer Compassion Fund which assists local cancer patient with medication, transportation, wigs, etc. Pictured are (L-R) LMT’s Jodi Wright, Joyce Packard, Debbie Jewett, and Linda Hill.
During the month of October, Dr. Martin Staker offered patients first day services in exchange for a $29 donation to help promote national breast cancer awareness. The donations totaled $633 and were presented to Kim Richendollar of the SOMC Cancer Center, seen here alongside Dr. Martin Staker and staff members Judi Emnett and Brittany Salyers.
By: Kaitlyn Thompson, Lifeline of Ohio community outreach coordinatorStrands of lights, festive carols, presents and time spent with friends and family are all ways people across the country ring in the holidays. But this Season of Giving, Lifeline of Ohio is asking you to consider registering to give a greater gift: The gift of life.
Pictured are firefighters of Green Township with the shirts they sold to help raise money, donation when to Rely for Life. The goal was to help spread Breast Cancer Awareness and fight to find a cure.
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