For two years now, the Partners in Pink Mammography Program has made great strides in Fayette County in the fight against breast cancer.
Vivian Wood, of New Holland, has lived through the traumatic experiences of breast cancer, including chemotherapy and surgeries, and has learned important lessons in helping others and just how short life can truly be.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer.
On Saturday, Nov. 8 Adena Mansion and Gardens will host a scrapbooking event to remember those wonderful memories of families, friends, vacations, and more.
Haven't visited the Shaw Wetland in Fayette County? Now is your chance to join in for a fun and educational event at the Shaw Wetland, 2820 Robinson Road, on Oct. 11 from 5-7:30 p.m.
The Mid-Ohio Food Bank's Mobile Market will be visiting Fayette County for the first time at the Jeffersonville Church of Christ to help feed those in need.
The Greenfield Historical Society will hold its eighth-annual History Day on Saturday, Oct. 4. The event will be held at the society's complex of historical buildings on the east edge of Greenfield, near the State Route 28 bridge. Hours for the...
The Commission on Aging has released its lunch menu and schedule of activities for the week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 3.MENU:Monday: Chicken patty sandwich, French fries, seasoned corn, vanilla wafers, fruit.
The New Holland United Methodist Church will have a concert on Sunday, Sept. 28 during the 10:30 a.m. worship service presented by The Asterino Sisters from central Ohio.
President Sylvia Hildreth called the September OPERI meeting to order and welcomed 34 people and particularly those who were attendees for the first time or hadn't been to the meeting for awhile.
The Washington High School's cast of Footloose prepares for their upcoming musical on Nov. 8, 9 and 10 to be presented at the historic middle school.
Members of the Washington High School class of 1954 met at the Crown Room to celebrate their 60th class reunion on Sept. 6. There were 118 members in the class.
The Fruitdale Clowns for Christ visited the Four Seasons of Washington on Wednesday.
Ronald Lee Huddleson married Ruth Ann Leedy on Oct. 10, 1964 at Wayside Chapel in Dayton, Ohio with the Rev. Leonard Broadstone officiating.
Dad bought a small farm when I was in the fourth grade of elementary school. Soon after we moved in, he bought a milk cow and a preacher friend of ours bought us a pony. The farm had a couple of pastures but no fences so dad strung electric fences to...
In our disposable world, a good book is something that can be used over and over again without ever losing its value. Whether it is a well-worn volume of family history, a bestseller by Sue Grafton, or an ebook of the fluff variety, a book can be both...
Tyler Smith, 21, originally of Fayette County, recently made history by becoming the youngest driver ever to win a heat in the Little Brown Jug, a world-famous harness race.
For the fifth time in seven years, Peggy Louis of Washington Court House finished first in the over 80-year-old “Grand Master Group” at the USAF Air Force Marathon's 5K race on Friday night.
Johnny Appleseed (Washington C.H. senior G.B. Carr) has a rapt audience as he tells tales of his travels planting apple seeds in Ohio. Mr. Appleseed was part of the AppleFest held Sunday at the Fayette County Museum. Children were invited to make...
VFW Post 3762 donated to the the Shriners Hospital. Pictured here (L to R): Bob Malone, Tom Slager and Sheldon Litton.
Jeffersonville resident Griffin D. Ward of State Route 729-NW, is the recipient of a $12,500 Academic Achievement Scholarship to attend Wilmington College. He plans to major in ag business.
This Sunday, Sept. 21, Anchor Baptist Church is holding its Ground Breaking Service.
The Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week is Grace Gerber, an eighth grade student at Washington Middle School.Parents: Eric and Elizabeth Gerber
The Fayette Garden Club met at the Cedarhurst cottage home of Pam Rhoads for their August summer picnic.
Donnie Sumner will be in concert at First Baptist Church on Sunday, Sept. 28.At 10:30 a.m., Sumner will sing and preach in the morning worship service.
Court House Manor recently hosted the Blue Lion football team meal. A delicious meal and fellowship was the theme of the evening. Team players, coaches, parents and residents had the opportunity to visit, tour and experience yet another unique way in...
The Carnegie Public Library had a great turnout for Erin Elliott's book signing on Sept. 13. Jill Phillips is pictured here with Elliott, author of “The Sword of Lumina: Mira's View.”
When conflict and disagreements come between us, a simple “I'm sorry” can bring us together again. I have always heard that there are two sides to every story, but these opposing feelings or view points are not the real problem, they...
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The Unified Christian Men's Chorus will be in concert at the Greenfield Church of Christ on Sunday evening, Sept. 21 at 6 p.m.
The New Holland United Methodist Church will have a concert Sunday, Sept. 28 during the 10:30 a.m. worship service presented by The Asterino Sisters from central Ohio
Lacey Miller's family was recently given some bad news concerning her daughter. Kylee Miller, a third grader at Miami Trace Elementary School, was diagnosed on June 17 with juvenile diabetes.
Did you know that hundreds of books are either removed or challenged in schools and libraries throughout the United States each year? It is thanks to the commitment of librarians, teachers, parents, and students that most challenges are unsuccessful...
The fifth-annual Hookin' for Hope truck pull will be held Oct. 4 at the Fayette County Fairgrounds starting at 5 p.m.
The Commission on Aging has released its lunch menu and schedule of activities for the week of Sept. 22-26.MENU:Monday: Polish sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, animal crackers and fruit.
On Saturday morning April 27, 1895, a large crowd gathered at the southeast corner of North and Market Streets to witness the laying of the cornerstone of the new Grace Methodist Church. The building, still under construction, was replacing the former...
How many fruits and vegetables should children eat every day?
For the past three years, Heritage Memorial Church, located at 1867 SR 35 SW in Washington Court House, has organized a day of worship, family fun and good food during their annual Biker Sunday.
The Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week is Amy Rader, a teacher at Washington High School.Her husband, Matt Rader is also a teacher for WCHCS. Their sons are Luke and Jon Rader.
I can remember a picture that we had taken after my first son Scott had been born. That picture had my son Scott, me, my dad, my grandmother, and my great grandmother. That was five generations alive and in one picture. We still have that picture...
Grace United Methodist Women met at the Fayette County Commission on Aging for lunch and the September meeting. President Linda Highfield opened the meeting. The speaker was Cindy Greenlee who shared her photos from her trip to the Holy...
The Miami Trace High School Band Program invites the public to the 40th-annual Miami Trace Invitational, at the high school on Oct. 4, to enjoy marching bands perform quality music.
Pastor Randy Lee of Center Christian Church welcomes evangelist Dorothy Garnes of Chillicothe on Sunday, Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m. Come and enjoy the word of God and refreshments will follow. The church is located at 7168 Garringer-Edgefield Road (right...
The southern gospel music group, Soul Purpose, returns to the stage at Rose Ave Community Center today at 7 p.m.
The Logos meeting will be a special event on Tuesday, Oct. 14 at the farm of Tim and Alana Walters, 3477 Mark Road, in Washington Court House at 7 p.m.
The Washington Fire Department (WFD) will be holding a car wash Saturday, Sept. 13 at the station to benefit a national Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) fundraising campaign.