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Chesapeake's Harr passes away at 19  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Tanner Harr, one of the more-beloved high school athletes in the Tri-State, died at 5:58 a.m. Wednesday after a two-year battle with ...



Search underway at Chesapeake for new football coach  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - For just the second time since 1991 Chesapeake High School is looking for someone to take over the reigns of its football program.



Todd Knipp hired as Chesapeake football head coach  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Todd Knipp was hired Monday as the Chesapeake High School head football coach.



Chesapeake upsets Coal Grove for homecoming win  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE - Chesapeake snapped Coal Grove's eight-game Ohio Valley Conference football winning streak Friday with a 35-28 victory at Phil Davis Field.



Photos: Chesapeake vs. Wayne, boys basketball  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Wayne takes on Chesapeake during a boys high school basketball game on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018, at Chesapeake High School.



UPDATE | Funeral arrangements announced for teen who inspired many  WSAZ-TV

Tanner Harr had a rare form of bone cancer called osteosarcoma.



Chesapeake's two-sport star Karli Davis hopes to play volleyball in college  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio — Karli Davis might be compared to the kid who wears red in a group picture where everyone else is wearing blue.



Photos: Fairland vs. Chesapeake, girls soccer  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Fairland takes on Chesapeake during a girls high school soccer match Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, at Chesapeake High School.



Huntington St. Joe fills in at Beasts of Southeast, gets routed  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio — Chesapeake was thankful for Huntington St. Joe Saturday, but not enough to keep from beating the Irish.Huntington St. Joe was a ...



Lawrence County commissioner Pratt dead at 45  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON — Lawrence County Commissioner William "Bill" Pratt, 45, of Chesapeake, Ohio, died Friday night, according to county officials.



Anne Arundel sees rising number of student mental health problems. Students blame schools.  CapitalGazette.com

Alana Czarnecki debated skipping a school assembly. Not because she's lazy or didn't want to go, but because a student made a threat on Snapchat to “shoot ...



Cabell BOE hires Culloden principal, new administrators  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Culloden Elementary School will have a new principal for the coming school year as the Cabell County Board of Education hired Holly Fisher ...



Chesapeake High School Marching Band gains national attention  Huntington Herald Dispatch

By WHITNEY LOWE. The Lawrence Herald. CHESAPEAKE - In November 2014, the Chesapeake High School Marching Band took the field at Lucas Oil ...



On Deck - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Del Rice plans signups for summer baseball. The Del Rice summer baseball league will be having registrations from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 18, ...



Harless overcomes broken neck to earn Blue-Grey invite  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio — Whether Kamren Harless is the best player at the Blue-Grey Combine next week is to be seen, but he might be the toughest.



'He loved Lawrence County and we loved him' - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

CHESAPEAKE— Tributes poured in over the weekend, as officials and locals mourned Lawrence County Commission President Bill Pratt, who died Friday at ...



District pays $300K to settle case | Ohio News  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - The Chesapeake School District has paid $300000 to settle a bullying case filed by a former student who said he was bullied and ...



BOE to vote on Culloden principal, Midland volleyball coach  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — The Cabell County Board of Education may hire a new principal for Culloden Elementary School at its regular meeting Tuesday at the district's ...



Photos: Chesapeake High School 80s Decade Reunion  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Chesapeake High School alums reunited for two nights of fun and reminiscing during its 1980s all-class reunion beginning Friday night with a pre-party in ...



Chesapeake football moves up in latest OHSAA alignment  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Chesapeake High School is the only Ohio football program in the area changing divisions in the latest Ohio High School Athletic Association ...



4 Local Marching Bands Compete in Bands of America Grand National Competition  WOWK

Four marching bands from our viewing area are in Indianapolis to compete in the Bands of America Grand National Competition.



Photos: Students make Christmas Trees at Chesapeake High School  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Robin Kimball's art students display their unique Christmas tree creations in the lobby of Chesapeake High School on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015, in Chesapeake.



Coach Phil Davis dies  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Legendary Tri-State Area high school coach Phil Davis died Friday from a long battle with cancer.



Holzer science awards banquet honors students  Gallipolis Daily Tribune

Holzer Health System recently honored outstanding local high school science graduates at its 36th annual High School Science Awards Banquet.The scholars ...



Fletcher, experienced line lead Chesapeake  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE - Chesapeake High School head coach Andy Clark has seen plenty of football during his time with the Panthers.



Photos: Chesapeake vs. Coal Grove, youth football  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Chesapeake takes on Coal Grove during a Teen OVC "B" team football game Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, at Chesapeake High School.



HHS players make college picks official  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - While Darnell Wright announced Wednesday he was continuing his academic and football career at the University of Tennessee, four of his ...



Redmen look to thrive through multiple changes  Huntington Herald Dispatch

PEDRO, Ohio - No high school football program in the Tri-State might have undergone more change than Rock Hill in the offseason.



Scott Howard, force behind new STEM academy, dies  Huntington Herald Dispatch

IRONTON - Scott Howard, former Ironton and Chesapeake superintendent and developer of the new Tri-State Early College STEM-M Academy set to open next ...



The Dairy Bell serves up classic Americana eats  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The Dairy Bell, a charming little diner in Chesapeake, Ohio, with a wealth of history, first opened its doors in 1951. The small restaurant serves up burgers, ...



Youth coach puts 'Ball' in basketball | Youth Sports  Huntington Herald Dispatch

KENOVA - Young basketball players improved their skills last week at the Chris Ball Basketball Camp at the Ceredo-Kenova Community Center.



Persin inducted into OHSBCA HoF  Portsmouth Daily Times

COLUMBUS — True to form, Norm Persin's speech Saturday night almost perfectly paralleled his four-decade high school boys basketball coaching c.



Local kayak racer wins at national event  Huntington Herald Dispatch

South Point resident Hollie Hall was watching her husband race last July at the Ohio State Canoe and Kayak Championships when she asked herself a simple ...



Photos: Chesapeake vs. Tolsia, Youth Football  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Chesapeake takes on a Tolsia in an E team youth football game on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016, at Chesapeake High School.



Two teens facing charges after Grassfield High School vandalized  wtkr.com

Chesapeake, Va. - Two 18-year olds are facing charges after allegedly vandalizing Grassfield High School Thursday night. Students say it was all part of a ...



New circle hook rules take effect May 16  CapitalGazette.com

After a series of fits and starts the state legislative committee responsible for authorizing regulations under exigent circumstances has approved the Maryland ...



Buckeye Rural Electric Cooperative's annual member meeting  Point Pleasant Register

RIO GRANDE, Ohio — With more than 900 in attendance, including 560 member-consumers, Buckeye Rural Electric Cooperative (BREC) held its 80th annual ...



Photos Sports  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Marshall takes on Ohio during a NCAA baseball game on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, at the Huntington YMCA Kennedy Center. +29 ...



Anne Arundel County Public Schools employee salaries, under $75000  CapitalGazette.com

This is a searchable database of Anne Arundel County Public Schools employee annual salaries for fiscal 2016. This list contains those who earn under ...



Dairy Bell still going strong after 64 years  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Established by Ruth Brown and her son N.F. Brown, in 1951 M&M's Dairy Bell is a classic American diner known for it's hotdogs, ...



Prep notebook: Boyd County twin sisters pick WVSU basketball  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Boyd County High School twin sisters Charity and Payton Shears committed to play college basketball, and will continue to do so together.



New Rock Hill football coach Lutz is his own man  Huntington Herald Dispatch

PEDRO, Ohio - The mannerisms are similar, as is the inflection in his voice.People watching Mark Lutz talk to his Rock Hill High School football team after ...



Long Reach wins Howard County winter cheerleading championship  Baltimore Sun

With a score of 111.15 points, Long Reach won the Howard County winter cheerleading championship Feb. 10 at Mt. Hebron High School.



Local football stars drawing recruiting attention  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Ohio State's offensive line could have a distinctly Huntington flavor in the near future if the Buckeyes are fortunate enough to land two stellar ...



Prep Notebook: Zban's commitment to Herd continues his family tradition  Huntington Herald Dispatch

The Zban tradition at Marshall University continues. Huntington High School quarterback Luke Zban committed to the Thundering Herd. Zban's father, Mark, was ...



Tri-State native hip hop artist J. Goddess drops new album, 'The Flight'  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Today, March 16, Jacqueline Cox is turning 23. She will be doing so in style, sleek conscious party style.



Clyde Beal: Korean War vet recalls service at Christmas Hill  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Earl Goodall followed a most unusual path through his energetic life. Now at the age of 85, he's as agile as a cat on the backyard fence with the energy.



Holzer recognizes students at science awards banquet  Gallipolis Daily Tribune

OHIO VALLEY — Holzer Health System recently honored outstanding local high school science graduates at its 34th annual High School Science Awards Ban.



Former St. Joe star Murphy coming to MU  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Deaundra Murphy is coming home to play.The former Huntington St. Joe High School boys basketball star said he will transfer from ...



Anne Arundel County High School Honor Roll 2014-15: Third Marking Period  CapitalGazette.com

This is a searchable database of Anne Arundel County high school students who made the honor roll in the third marking period of the 2014-15 school year.



Dragons hope to meet great expectations  Huntington Herald Dispatch

ROME TOWNSHIP, Ohio - In 2013, Fairland High School's football team went 7-4, won the Ohio Valley Conference championship and made the playoffs.



Coach Lewis D'Antoni, father of Mike, Dan, dies at 103  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Lewis D'Antoni, father of Mike and Danny D'Antoni, died Saturday at age 103.



Huntington's opioid crisis inspires new mystery novel  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — A native of Huntington and a Marshall University graduate, Julia Keller is the author of a series of mystery novels set in the fictional town of ...



Photos: Readers share their vintage prom photos  Huntington Herald Dispatch

For generations of students, prom is just special. It's the first fancy event many of us attend, the first evening gown, the first tuxedo, a night full of memorable ...



Home of the Week: A caring concept in senior living  CapitalGazette.com

"Oh my God! This is like home," exclaimed Rose Noland, 85, a lifelong resident of College Park who worked, during her career, at Merrill Lynch and the ...



The Post's 2016 Teacher of the Year: A 'one-woman powerhouse' in Md.  Washington Post

Howard County teacher Shalonda Holt aims to create a positive environment for students.



Photos: Past winners of the annual Herald-Dispatch Citizen Awards  Huntington Herald Dispatch

Each year, The Herald-Dispatch's Citizen Awards program recognizes citizenship, volunteer efforts and accomplishments in business, athletics and the arts.



Growing restaurant industry is helping Huntington area become a foodie destination  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Whether you are in the mood for Greek moussaka, authentic Chinese pig's feet, Japanese fire stir-fried beef, Indian vegetarian, ...



Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary hits 30  CapitalGazette.com

It all started with the fight to keep 178 acres of environmentally sensitive land along the wetlands of the Patuxent River from becoming a trailer park. Thirty years ...



Talk to Iris: The post-election ugly that remains  CapitalGazette.com

Capital columnist Iris Krasnow challenges the president-elect to act presidential — for everyone.



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