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XENIA — A man involved in an abduction in Xenia may be at large in the area and is considered armed and dangerous. According to the County Vinton Sheriff's Office, Mark Ferguson, 24, abducted his estranged wife, Melissa Johnson, 22, of Jackson County, at knife point from her Mark Ferguson hotel room early Sunday. A press release from the Xenia Police reported that just after 7 a.m. Sunday, officers received a call to the Knight's Inn at 38 S. Allison Ave. Witnesses told the officers that Ferguson had thrown a rock through the Melissa Johnson window and entered the room with a knife. According to witnesses, he then allegedly threatened everyone in the room and took Johnson against her will. Officers immediately set up a perimeter around the area. The pair were spotted running through an open field near Massie Drive. Ferguson was last see driving a stolen, fourdoor silver 2003 Chevy Impala, tag number FCD 2201 and headed to Vinton County. According to Sheriff Shawn Justice, Ferguson has family in Wilkesville and did stop at their residence, but had since moved on. Justice said Ferguson is believed to have friends in the Wellston area. He is considered armed and dangerous and may be hiding out in the area. He has a pitchfork tattoo above his left eye as well as various other facial and body tattoos. Ferguson is wanted for abduction, felonious assault, aggravated burglary and an unrelated warrant for failing to register as a sex offender. According to the Xenia Police, he has a history of violence. Law enforcement officials believe the victim is in danger. Anyone with any information should call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at 2866464 or the Vinton County Sheriff's Office at 5965242 or the Xenia Police Department at 937-3729901.

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Mildred H. King, 81,

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Michael R. Maloney, 62

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OAK HILL— In the early morning hours of Thursday, December 1, Oak Hill Police Chief Chris Gruber intervened on a Breaking and Entering in progress at the Oak Hill C.M. Cemetery Maintenance Facility building located on Moriah Road. Gruber was on patrol in the Village of Oak Hill, when the incident occurred at approximately 12:47 a.m. Chief Gruber attempted to stop the vehicle which sped away from

the scene, and was caught up in a chase for just over one mile before the driver lost control and crashed on Gallipolis Road near CH&D Road. The driver of the vehicle was identified as John L. Perry, 31, of Oak Hill, who fled from the vehicle on foot. Perry was, however, apprehended after a brief foot chase. Perry was charged with Fleeing and Eluding, driving under suspension, failure to control, and resisting arrest. when all was said and done. Also charged in the incident was Steve R. Martin, 36, of Oak Hill, who was charged with resisting

arrest. Both subjects were transported to the Jackson County Correctional Facility and were arraigned in Jackson County Municipal Court that same day. Perry’s next court appearance will be December 12 at 1 p.m. and Martin is to appear on December 13 at 9.m. There was nothing on the report to indicate what, if anything, was taken in the breaking and entering. The Jackson County Prosecutors Office is being consulted and further charges are expected. ftackett@timesjournal.com

JACKSON COUNTY— There are 13 terms for county offices up for grabs in 2012. In Jackson County the following elected official seats will be up for grabs: County Prosecutor John Detty, County Clerk of Courts Seth I. Michael, County Sheriff John L. Shasteen, County Auditor Clyde R. Holdren, County Recorder Rose Walters, County Treasurer B. Lee Hubbard, County Engineer Melissa Miller, County Coroner Gregory Hawker, Judge Court of Common Pleas Leonard Holzapfel, Judge Court of Common Pleas (Probate/Juvenile Division) Stephen D. Michael, Judge Municipal Court Mark T. Musick, County Commissioner Ed Armstrong, County Commissioner Jim Riepenhoff. County Commissioner Jerry Hall is excluded from this election because his term expires in 2014. The Jackson County Board of Elections has eight people signed up so far. Ed Armstrong is rerunning for his seat as County Commissioner. Tony Cox and Randy Rawlins are running for Jim Riepenhoff’s County Commissioner seat. Seth Michael is re-running for County Clerk of Courts. Tedd Frazer and Jim Ephlin are running for County Sheriff. Justin Lovett is running against John L. Detty for County Prosecutor. The next scheduled election in Jackson County will be the 2012 primary election which will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. All polling locations will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. The filing deadline for the 2012 primary election for party candidates is by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, December 7 (90 days before the primary election) and independent candidates have until 4 p.m. on March 5, 2012 (one day before the primary election). Any questions about election info, please call Jackson County Board of Elections at 286-2905. jshaver@timesjournal.com


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Mildred Harriet (Vance) King, 81, of Park Street, Attleboro, Mass., died Friday at home. She was the beloved wife of Donald King. Mildred was born in Attleboro, Mass. on November 5, 1930, a daughter of the late John Frederick Vance and Mildred (Chesworth) Vance. She was a graduate of Attleboro High School, Class of 1948. After graduating, she attended Graceland College in Lamoni Iowa, and graduated with an Associates Degree in 1950. It was at Graceland where Mildred met her future husband Donald. Their marriage took place in Ashland, Kentucky on Sept. 23, 1950 and they were married for over 61 years. Mildred and Don resided in Columbus, Ohio where she was employed by Farm Bureau Insurance and Don with General Motors. Shortly after they moved to Attleboro, Mass., they both were employed by Spencer Thermostat and Metals and Controls. While raising a family, Mildred kept busy working as a teacher with Jack and Jill Kindergarten, and in later years with Texas Instruments, and also as a medical and legal secretary. Her church was a vital part of her life where she played the organ for many years and later was ordained into the office of Priest. She taught classes with her husband and sang in the choir at the annual reunion being held every year at the Community of Christ Campground in Onset, Mass. She was a member of the Sturdy Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Donna Palmer of Attleboro, Mass. and Jeanne Gillum of Jackson, Ohio; two sons, Steven and Frederick King, both of Attleboro; and a brother, John F. Vance of Attleboro. She was the grandmother of 13, and the great-grandmother of 12. She was the mother of the late Karen Rei. Her memorial service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Community of Christ Church, 43 Orange Street, Attleboro, Mass. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Calling hours will be Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. in the FoleyHathaway Funeral Home, 126 South Main Street, Attleboro, Mass. Gifts in her memory can be sent to the Alzheimer’s Association, 311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, Mass. 02472; or visit www.alz.org, or call 1-800272-3900. To light a candle, sign the memorial register, or for facility directions, go to www.hathawayfunerals.com or call (508) 222-0498.

Michael Rueben Maloney, born April 20, 1949, in Chillicothe, Ohio, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, Nov. 7, 2011. He was a longtime resident of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., since 1969. He served 22 years as a aircraft mechanic with the U.S. Air Force and retired as a master sergeant in 1990. He proudly served two tours in Vietnam for our country. He is survived by the love of his life Cathy Lynn; daughters, Shawn Bartlett and Dana Snyder; son, Kevin Lynn; four grandchildren, David Morris, Haley Snyder, Kaleb Lynn and Alycia Lynn; his mother, Mabel Maloney; sister, Deborah (Mike) O’Day; and nephew, TJ Johnson. Michael was preceded in death by his bother, Tim Johnson; and father, Merritt Maloney. He was a loving companion, father, papa and friend. He has touched the lives of so many and his courage, strength and love will never be forgotten. So many sweet memories made that will be cherished forever. This is not goodbye…. this is until I see you again. The viewing was held Sat., Nov. 12 with services at the Emerald Coast Funeral Home, 113 Racetrack Road, N.E., Fort Walton Beach. He was laid to rest at Beal Memorial Cemetery. Family and friends were welcomed to a farewell celebration at the American Legion, 105 Hollywood Blvd., Fort Walton Beach.

Eleanor G. Osborne

Eleanor G. Osborne, age 94 of Jackson passed away on December 3, 2011 at Jenkins Memorial in Wellston. She was born April 20, 1917 in Wyandot County and moved with her family to the Jackson area in 1922. Eleanor was a member of the Jackson Christ United Methodist Church for more than 50 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Aubrey; her parents Ralph and Gertrude Cherrington; three brothers, Raymond, Kenneth and Eugene and one sister Elizabeth. She is survived by three sons, Terry (Regina) Osborne of Jackson, Randy (Evelyn) Osborne of Helena, Al., and Rodney (Jeanne) Osborne, of Hebron, Ohio; eleven grandchildren, twenty-three great grandchildren and one great great grandchild; one sister, Leota (Frank) Haas of Mesa, Az. Eleanor was a lifelong gardener, spending time year round with her flowers inside and out. She was an avid reader and enjoyed watching Lawrence Welk. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at the Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home with Diaconal Minister Janie Karl officiating burial to follow in Fairmount Cemetery. Friends may call 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday December 6, 2011 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Jenkins Memorial Health Facility, 142 Jenkins Memorial Road, Wellston, Ohio 45692. Online condolences to www.e-k-lewisfuneral.com.

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Holiday Fudge for sale The Presbyterian Women of Jackson are offering “Holiday Fudge.” Call the church at 286-1928 or Barbara Thomas 577-2353 to place your order. Fudge will be made fresh daily as needed to supply orders and packaged in 1/2 pound containers at a cost of $5 each. Proceeds benefit the Church Organ Fund. Fudge being offered include chocolate, chocolate with nuts and peanut butter.

Article by Archon Alumni Paul Haller | Photo submitted by Archon Alumni Larry Guglielmi

Honor the Memories: Local man receives headstone two years after his death JACKSON— Buried in an unmarked plot at Fairmont Cemetery in Jackson, Roger Dale Butner, had nothing to indicate he was even there. Roger died of natural causes in obscurity on May 9, 2009 at the age of 50, leaving no one to manage his final arrangements. Roger was a 1977 graduate of Jackson High School and alumni of the University of Rio Grande class of 1980. He was also a member of the oldest fraternity on campus, The Fraternal Order of Archon. When members found out of Rogers demise, members along with

the Archon Alumni Association raised funds for a fitting headstone. On November 19, Archon alumni members paid respect to Roger by dedicating the headstone in his honor. “We wanted to give him the dignity and respect he deserves”, said T.J. Riggs President of Archon Alumni Association. “He was our brother”, said Riggs, “and we wanted to provide closure”. Pictured above are members of the Archon Alumni Association who attended the dedication.

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JFD’s annual Breakfast with Santa held The Jackson Fire Department held breakfast with Santa at the fire station over the weekend. The breakfast included all the pancakes you could eat, two sausage links, and a drink. “We have done breakfast with Santa going on 4 years now,” stated Assistant Chief Dave Channell. After the children ate breakfast they could get their picture with Santa Claus. Ryan Stewart pictured above is getting his photo with Santa. All proceeds from this event go to the Jackson Firefighters Association to buy equipment, which they use to keep the community safe.

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Vinton County Middle School student visits China Vinton County Middle School 8th grader Eli Prater visited Christian Life Academy recently. Prater attended CLA from Preschool to 6th grade. Prater and his mother, Barbara, visited China. After his monthlong trip to China Eli decided to do a PowerPoint presentation on his trip. Eli has shared his presentation with the 7th and 8th grade classes at the VCMS, VC School Board, and CLA in Jackson. Eli’s presentation included photos of the Great Wall, School of Confucius, Wangfujjing Walking Street, and much more. At the end of the presentation Eli presented the school with two scrolls from China. The scrolls were a gift from a elderly man in a village they had visited. Eli Prater is pictured presenting 2nd/3rd grade teacher Susan Holland with the scrolls.


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Q: My wife and I are thinking about ending our marriage, but we’d like to avoid a “knock down drag out� divorce. Is that possible? A: Yes. There are several options available, including collaborative divorce, early neutral evaluation and mediation. Q: What is collaborative divorce? A: Collaborative divorce, also called collaborative dissolution, is a “team� process in which the parties engage attorneys and other professionals to assist in the negotiation and settlement of their dispute. Collaborative law uses an “interdisciplinary model,� meaning that third-party “neutrals� (such as CPAs, valuation experts, child psychologists and mental health professionals) are engaged to assist the team. The goal is not to just get signatures on the dotted line, but also to address underlying issues in reaching a lasting agreement. Q: What are some advantages and disadvantages of a collaborative divorce? A: One advantage of a collaborative divorce is that it focuses negotiations on helping parties to communicate effectively over the long term. This generally minimizes the negative impact upon children. It is also less expensive, both financially and emotionally, than litigation. All information is shared and all negotiations take place in face-to-face “four-way� meetings. Generally, these meetings foster trust because the other spouse’s attorney does not function as an adversary. Each of the lawyers is retained for the limited purpose of helping the clients reach an acceptable settlement without litigation or threats of litigation. This allows the lawyers to focus on creative solutions rather than on preparation for trial. One disadvantage is that, if the collaborative process fails, neither lawyer who was engaged in the process can continue to represent the client. Therefore, each client must retain new counsel for litigation. At any time during collaborative negotiations, each side has the unilateral right to terminate the process and force the other party into litigation. Q: What is early neutral evaluation? A: In early neutral evaluation, the parties meet with a neutral third party who has experience in family law. Both parties present information and the neutral offers each party a confidential opinion regarding the likely outcome of the case and an analysis of strengths and weaknesses of each side’s arguments. The purpose of this evaluation is to give both parties a realistic view of the case and to encourage settlement. Q: What are the advantages and disadvantages of early neutral evaluation? A: One advantage is that the neutral party acts as an educator, consultant and evaluator, which can encourage the parties to explore a broad range of creative options and solutions. An early neutral evaluation can give both parties an objective assessment of the issues at hand and the relative strengths and weaknesses of each party’s position, which can help the parties reach a fair and reasonable settlement. The neutral does not provide any individual, personal legal advice to either party. Also, the neutral does not draft any pleadings or other documents for either party. At the end of this process, the parties are referred to other lawyers for personal advice and drafting of documents. In cases where parties are in high conflict or where there are personality disorders or drug or alcohol addiction issues, this option may not be appropriate or effective. Since the parties’ lawyers generally do not participate directly in the negotiations, any agreement that was reached may be scuttled once each party receives her or his lawyer ’s critique. Q: What is mediation? A: Mediation is a process in which a mediator facilitates communication and negotiation between parties to help them reach a voluntary agreement about their dispute. The mediator is not authorized to make a decision for the parties. Q: What are the advantages and disadvantages of mediation? A: A neutral mediator facilitates resolution by direct, face-to-face negotiations between the parties. Also, the parties retain control over decision- making and consider each party’s needs and interests, along with a wider variety of options. Because mediation does not focus on evidence and the law as in an adversarial process, the potential for longterm conflict between the parties may be reduced. Costs for the participants also may be lower. A disadvantage is that the mediator cannot individually counsel either party. The mediator is, for example, limited in getting necessary information if one party is reluctant to provide it. As with the early neutral evaluation process, any agreement may be scuttled when each party receives her or his lawyer ’s critique, since the parties’ lawyers generally do not participate directly in negotiations. This “Law You Can Use� column was provided by the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA). It was prepared by S. Scott Haynes, a OSBA Board Certified Family Law Specialist who is associated with the Columbus law firm of Blaugrund & Herbert, Inc. Articles appearing in this column are intended to provide broad, general information about the law. Before applying this information to a specific legal problem, readers are urged to seek advice from an attorney.

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Sergeant McDonald retires from the Ohio State Highway Patrol Sergeant Patrick McDonald retired from the Ohio State Highway Patrol Friday, November 18, after almost 31 years of dedicated service. Sergeant McDonald joined the patrol in February 1981 and graduated as a member of the 110th Academy Class on July 2, 1981. Sergeant McDonald’s first assignment was the Gallia-Meigs Post where he served until December of 1984. In December 1984, Sergeant McDonald transferred to the Jackson Post where he served until February 1993. In February 1993, he transferred to the GalliaMeigs Post. In September 1994, McDonald was reassigned to the Highway Patrols training academy in Columbus Ohio as a temporary academy instructor. In February 1995, McDonald was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and assigned permanently to the patrol’s framing academy. McDonald transferred yet again in April of 1995 to the Gallia-Meigs Post, as an Assistant Post Commander. McDonald remained in this capacity until September of 2005, at which time he was transferred and re-assigned as the Commander of the Jackson District’s Office of

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Special Operations, Security & Investigations, where he remained until his retirement on November 18, 2011. During his time as Commander of the Office of Special Operations, Security & Investigations, McDonald was responsible on many occasions for coordinating security/protection for the governor, president and vice president. During gubernatorial and presidential campaigns, he was tasked with providing security on many occasions for candidates and incumbents alike. McDonald received many awards and commendations. In 1987 and 1991, McDonald was selected as the Jackson Post Trooper of the Year. In 1993 and 1994, he was selected as Gallia-Meigs Post Trooper of the Year and in 1994 was also chosen as the

Jackson District’s Trooper of Year. Other awards and honors include the 25 year safe driving award. Health and Physical Fitness Award nine times, and 98 commendation letters.

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The holidays are here and that means busy days ahead for families across the nation: gift shopping, preparing for guests, sending out holiday greetings, looking up recipes for favorite traditional dishes, checking those credit card and bank account balances. Many people have found an easier way to manage many of their activities of the holiday season by going online. Some shoppers have eliminated the need to go to crowded shopping malls for holiday gifts by taking care of it over the Internet. Some even look up recipes on the Internet and send holiday greetings by email. You’ll find that these types of convenient, secure transactions can also be found in places you may not ordinarily think to look — for example, at www.socialsecurity.gov! You can apply online for benefits, obtain information, plan for retirement, and request a replacement Medicare card, even apply for Extra Help with your prescription drug costs all at www.socialsecurity.gov. You can handle much of your Social Security business quickly and securely from your home or office computer. If you visit our website at www.socialsecurity.gov you will find that you can — • get an instant, personalized estimate of your future Social Security benefits; apply for retirement, disability, and spouse’s benefits; • check the status of your benefit application; • change your address and phone number, if you receive monthly benefits; • sign-up for direct deposit of Social Security benefits; • use our benefit planners to help you better understand your Social Security • protection as you plan for your financial future; • find the nearest Social Security office; and • request a replacement Medicare card. Looking for more Social Security information? You can go online to find out almost anything you need to know about the Social Security program. Information is available on subjects ranging from how to get a Social Security number for a newborn to how to go back to work while receiving disability benefits. This holiday season, do you want to have more time to visit with friends and family? If so, take care of your Social Security business at www.socialsecurity.gov.

December is Fine Free Month at the Jackson City Library. December is fine free month at the Jackson City Library. Any overdue item, including DVDs, may be returned, without fines, until December 31. Patrons with old fines can have them removed with the donation of mittens, hats, or gloves for the library’s Mitten Tree. The library will also accept donations of non-perishable food items. All items will be given to the local Clotheslines/Food Pantry. So, look under your bed, in your child’s closet, and behind the couch for those lost library books and get them back to the library during December. The library wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Oak Hill Union School District financial report available The Oak Hill Union School District’s 2011 fiscal year end financial report is available for public inspection at the office of the treasurer located at 25 Western Ave., Oak Hill during regular office hours; telephone 682-7595.

Cain Road to be closed for bridge replacement Township Road 213 (Cain Rd.) will be closed for a bridge replacement project starting Monday, Dec. 12 and will be closed for approximately one to two weeks. The bridge closing is approximately 1.5 miles east of U.S. 35. “We apologize in advance for the inconvenience and do appreciate your patience,� said Melissa Miller, Jackson County Engineer.

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Winter is fast approaching:Time to weatherize your home

Winter is fast approaching, and cold weather normally brings high electric bills. Whether the temperature outside is extremely hot or extremely cold, your home’s heating and cooling system needs to work extra hard. During seasons of normally high electric bills, a little work beforehand could potentially save you some headaches and some money. There are a number of things that can be done regularly that cost no money at all and by doing so you can reduce the amount of unnecessary energy use. 1. Windows provide a great deal of beauty and entertainment for a home. They offer incredible views depending on where your home is located. They also allow large amounts of cold air into your home if not properly insulated. During those winter sunny days, keep the blinds open to allow the sun’s rays to heat your home. At night, shut the blinds to help insulate against the cold air. You can also place plastic on the inside or outside of your windows. Be sure to tape the plastic securely to prevent any air leaks. 2. Many homes in our area have traditional fireplaces, and these can potentially be huge energy losers. When not using fireplaces be sure to close the damper as an open damper pulls heat out of the house and up the chimney. Before closing the damper, be sure that you don’t have any smoldering embers. If you have a fire-

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water per month for a family of four. Normally, showers account for roughly 2/3 of a home’s water heating costs. By cutting your shower time in half, you can potentially reduce your water heating costs by 33 percent. If you live in a mobile home there are several steps you can take to lower your electric bills in the winter. Many older mobile homes do not have the best insulation, and it is recommended that you have your insulation checked by a professional. Make sure that your return air duct is tightly sealed as outside air can be pulled in from the smallest crack. Since most ductwork in mobile homes is found under the home it is suggested that skirting be placed to at least ground level. If possible, place the skirting a couple inches below ground level to get the most out of your heating and cooling systems. This method also helps to prevent small animals from damaging the duct system insulation or the ductwork itself. By taking a few extra precautions you can start saving money on your electric bill today. For additional tips on how you can save electricity and money, visit www.buckeyerec.com By taking the “Energy Savings Home Tour” on the website, you can easily calculate the amount of energy that you can potentially save simply by making a few minor adjustments in your home.

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Happy 91st birthday to reader Ethel Silvey who celebrates on Thursday! Lots of people need your prayers-John Stevison, Bryan Davis, Roger Reasor, Ann Dobbins, Bob Richards, Slim Campbell, Rita Ferris, and Jo Chapman Lewis. Classmate Mike Appledorn needs your prayers. He is in the VA at Dayton, and was just transferred out of ICU to the Pallative Care/Hospice floor.He has a working diagnosis of MSA, which is multiple system atrophy. Remember him and wife Linda in your prayers. place and don’t use it, block the chimney Classmate Sharon Smith off with a piece of rigid insulation. Be sure Clark stopped by for a visit and the insulation fits snugly into the chimney she was telling me her husband to prevent any air leaks. Don will have foot surgery on 3. Don’t linger in the shower. Reducing December 7th and will be laid the amount of time you spend in the up about a month. Remember shower can save hundreds of gallons of them in prayer. Classmate Roger Canter stopped by and he was telling me his son Randy had back surgery and is slowly mending. Remember him in your prayers. I had visits this week with classmates, Rodney Winters, Roger Canter, Larry Donahoe, and Sharon Smith Clark! I talked on the phone with classmate Mike Alexander. I had a visit with Jonda from Jonda Sue’s Sweet Treats down in the old Certified gas station building at the corner of Broadway and Water. She brought me a sample of her Peppermint Crunch fudge and it was soooo good. Call her at 286-7574 for more info about her business. Something new she has coming in are 77 purses made out of zippers. Check out these unique gifts for Christmas. I enjoyed visiting with Phyllis Erwin last week. She was telling me her husband Bill is looking to have a couple surgeries, one on his toe and one for carpel tunnel. Remember him in prayer. Phyllis’s grandson Chandler Fout, is the goal keeper on his JHS soccer team. He got all league, all district, and all academic league in soccer. He is a sophomor at JHS. He Jackson Woman’s League new members and officers from left are Alana Billman, Carol Hawker, Sue Taylor, Jane will be 16 on December 22nd, so if you see him out and about, tell Smith, Loretta Huggins and Joanna Congrove. him congrats and happy birthday. He is the son of Mark and Misti Fout. Congrats to Pat McDonald The Jackson Woman’s Jean Hawker, Sue Taylor and who has retired from the highLeague met November 3, 2011 Jane Smith were initiated into way patrol after thirty one years! at the Jackson Area YMCA. the club by President Loretta Check out the beautiful light The speaker for the evening Huggins, Secretary Joanna displays on State, Huron, South, was introduced by Ann Congrove, and Treasurer and High Streets in Jackson. On Nichting. Shadra Jenkins, CEO Protem Alana Billman. A brief the corner of High and South, is and Director of the Jackson business meeting followed. a Santa waving! Of course on Area YMCA. She explained the Refreshments were served by Parkview is beautiful lights and background, purpose and hostesses. The next meeting the winter wonderland at Sue expectations for the future for was set for December 1 at Waugh’s. the Jackson Area YMCA. Flutes and Peppercorns. Misinformed-Zack Parks is Three new members, Carol the barber at Classic Cuts-His hours are Monday-TuesdayFriday 9-6-Wednesday 9-7Closed Thursday-Saturday 8-2. Congrats to Lindsay Fryenew manager of Pizza Hut at Pomeroy! Congrats to Dave “Crock” Jackson Woman’s League hostesses from left were and Melodae Burt-new grandparents to a nine pound five Joanna Congrove and Ann Nitchting. ounce boy on November 22nd! Congrats to great nephew, ten year old Jack Farley, on his eight point buck! East of Chicago has closed their door. If someone on your

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Christmas list wants a piano for Christmas, my son Steve has one for sale. Call him at 9795504. It is a local call. Patty Clark had son Craig and wife Donna Loney, and grandson Scott and wife Carri Loney of Silver Springs, Maryland, and great-grandson Smith Emerson Loney, for a visit on Thanksgiving week. Patty was soooo excited to see the baby! When you send out your Christmas cards, send one to someone in the military like David Snyder-190th Eng. Co. FOB Kunduz APO AE 09368. He will apreciate your thoughts and prayers. My card to Mary Voiles came back return to sender with no explanation. If son Jim reads this, let me know her address again! Thoughts to ponder-We are only given today and never promised tomorrow-be sure to tell someone you love them today! Coffee-prepare to meet your maker! One of the highest honors we can give someone is remembrance! New Covenant Christian Store on Main in Jackson, has sold their inventory to Heaven Bound on CR 84 toward Chillicothe. Virginia Stiffler called me on her 101st birthday-when I answered, she said, “I’m still here!” Happy birthday on December 12th to Karen Dobbins, Steve Kearns, granddaughter Reagon Street, Beverly Fox, Dave Lewis, and John Meredith, and happy anniversary to Kyle and Amber Haines; on the 13th is Charlie Chapman, great niece Cassidy Oiler, Tim Coll, Tony Southard, Rose Aldridge, Taylor Waulk, Raye Eileen Jarvis, and Cathy Gillum; on the 14th is Stu Riegel, Jamie Perry, Kaitlyn Spangler (17), Vanessa Lambert (21), Rhonda Baker, Mary Jo Gardner, Jennt Moore, George Moyer, and Lori Silcott Ousley, and happy 2nd anniversary to John and Euna Martindell; on the 15th is James Albert (12), Jan Roberts, Stella Lemley, Bonnie Hall, Marti Mallock, Betty Hogue, Matt Glasgow, Betty Biggs, Gloria Rose Haines, and Greg Roseberry, and happy anniversary to Jennifer and Rob Devlin and happy 50th to Gene and Connie Dempsey; on the 16th is Blake Warrington (18), Shauna Davis, Tommy Gilliland, Helen Oney, twins Brenna and Brianna Daniels (22), Debbie Via, Alex Miller, and Jason Collins, and happy 56th anniversary to Hayden and Mary Oiler and to Jason and Rose Stoeker; on the 17th is Nico Boggs (19), Tyler Fee (19), Max King (69), Jack Honaker, Molly Crabtree, Carl Wooten, Ernest Bartram, Ed Henderson, and classmate Carol Leslie Wolover; on the 18th is niece Bonnie Allen Frazier, Ray Perry, Williams Stevens, Bob Sanaki, Brittany Spangler, Joe Massie, Steve Gilliland, Helen Barnett, Edith Jenkins (83), Susan Lee, Kassady Thompson, and Brenda Gilliland, and happy 67th anniversary to Carl and Carol Swaney and to Jarrod and Lisa Hughes.

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Barbie dolls to benefit veterans

Pictured at recent Jackson County PERI meeting is Elizabeth Yerian in front of fellow 2011 officers, from left, Nancy Brammer, treasurer; Gary Cash, vice-president; and Chip Smalley, president.

Yerian honored at PERI meeting for 22 years of service

Elizabeth Yerian and Attorney Lorene Johnston had major roles in the Thursday, October 20 meeting of the Jackson Chapter Public Employee Retirement Inc.(PERI) at the Faith Lutheran Church. Elizabeth was thanked for her 22 years of faithful service as chapter secretary and Attorney Johnston spoke to the group concerning legal documents most persons should possess. During the past 22 years as PERI secretary, Elizabeth Yerian served with 11 presidents, eight vice- presidents, three treasurers and since 1990 with four legislative representatives. Elizabeth resigned the secretary’s position due to her impending move to

Chillicothe. Tom Woebkenberg, Wellston, was elected to complete the remainder of her term. Attorney Johnston presented a highly informative program that described why most everyone today needs to have four legal documents in place. They are a Will, a general Power of Attorney, a Living Will, and a Healthcare Power of Attorney. She noted that it is wise for youth members in our families who reach age 18 to have their own documents as they are legally adults and parents no longer have total control. Ms. Johnston cited examples from her legal career how failure to have these documents have complicated, prolonged and even resulted in outcomes

drastically different than from what persons really intended. She said legally recognized forms for preparing your own Living Will and Healthcare Power of Attorney are available on the internet and elsewherePerson’s complete needed information and sign them in the presence of a notary public. Then she noted keep the original signed copy, but photocopy and distribute copies of both documents to the doctors, clinics and hospitals you normally utilize so they can have them on file. Johnston said that preparation of a Will and General Power of Attorney are perhaps best done with the assistance of an attorney, and for most situations costs are minimal.

GoBus all wrapped up for first birthday

ATHENS— A year ago a new transportation service, GoBus, began connecting Athens and other communities along US 33 and SR 32 to Columbus and Cincinnati for only $10 one way. This month GoBus is celebrating a very successful first year. More than 26,000 passengers rode GoBus in its first year of operation. While the need for such transportation is well documented, no one expected the

level of success this program has achieved. With ridership averaging more than 2,200 riders every month, GoBus has caught on in a big way. As GoBus moves into its second year of operation, it is expected to continue to grow in popularity and continue to help Southern Ohio communities to move forward. In time for the service’s first birthday, our GoBus fleet was

Busy November meeting for Jackson Lioness Club The Jackson Lioness Club met on Wednesday, November 9 at four Winds Community. Sandy Borden, Community Outreach Coordinator, welcomed the members and a delicious dinner, prepared by the staff, was served. Lions District Vice Governor, Richard Tipple spoke briefly about upcoming

Lions Club events on the local, state and national level. Lioness Mary Montgomery reported that the candy store was set to open on November 14 and remain open until the candy has all been sold. The next Lioness Club meeting will be at the home of Lioness Janet Kearns on December 14.

wrapped in a new fun, eye catching design. The design was created by a local graphic designer and artist, Kevin Morgan, and features the skylines of Athens, Columbus, and Cincinnati along with the rolling hills of Southern Ohio. For more information contact, Carolyn Conley, GoBus Manager, Hocking Athens Perry Community Action, 740-7674500 or Carolyn@hapcap.org

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AAA Great Vacations EXPO announced

COLUMBUS— AAA Ohio Auto Club is gearing up for the fourth annual AAA Great Vacations EXPO, slated for January 20-22, 2012. Billed as a one-stop shop for everything related to travel, the event offers Central Ohio consumers information and EXPO-only deals, along with the best travel values on everything from exotic cruises and European vacations to affordable escapes that are close to home. With more than 250 exhibits, attractions and events, the EXPO is a destination in itself. Favorite travel spots come alive with interactive events and experiences that are as entertaining as they are helpful and educational. Specific attraction areas within the EXPO will include: • Vacation Marketplace: Travelers are encouraged to come with their calendar of available dates and favorite form of payment to be prepared to book trips and buy travel accessories at best-ever prices. • Great Outdoors Adventure Area: Presented by Metro Parks, guests will enjoy real pine woodlands, putting green, a covered bridge, water features and fun for the entire

family, including wildlife presentations and hands-on opportunities to get up close and personal with nature. • AAA Travel Stage: Live entertainment, events, appearances and workshops are led by leading travel experts that entertain and educate. • Play in Your Own Backyard Pavilion: Thanks to Experience Columbus, guests will discover unforgettable travel experiences that are as nearby as they are affordable. This year the Pavilion will celebrate Columbus’ 200th birthday while introducing EXPO guests to the region’s favorite experiences. The AAA Great Vacations EXPO opens Friday, January 20 and runs through Sunday, January 22, at Franklin County Veterans Memorial in downtown Columbus. Show hours are Friday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tickets are available at the door or at any AAA Ohio Auto Club store, beginning December 1, for $9 or $6 for any AAA member. Children ages 16 and under are admitted at no charge. For additional event details or to purchase tickets in advance,

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WELLSTON— The Wellston Post of AMVETS, Post 327, would like to announce its Holiday raffle. This year the Post is raffling off 10 Holiday Barbie dolls as a way to earn money to serve area veterans and their families during this season. There are a total of 10 dolls being raffled as a whole group. The collection consists of: 1997, 1998, Millennium, 2000 Blonde, 2000 Brunette, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005 Blonde, and 2005 Brunette. The Dolls were donated by Post 327, the Parker Family, Calvin, Lisa and Jon, all veterans and all lifetime members of AMVETS. For information on the raffle or to obtain tickets, please contact Fred Farleigh at: 740-3843103 or any Post 327 member. The last day to buy tickets will be December 23. The drawing will be at 5 p.m. on the 23rd. AMVETS (or American Veterans) has a proud history of assisting veterans and sponsoring numerous programs that serve our country and its citizens. The helping hand that AMVETS extends to veterans and their families takes many forms. One of the most visible is the AMVETS network of trained national service officers

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These Barbie dolls are to be raffled off with proceeds to benefit area veterans. (NSOs) accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Funded by the AMVETS National Service Foundation, these dedicated men and women can be found in close to 40 states, providing sound advice and prompt action on compensation claims at no charge to the veteran. In addition to the work of our national service officers, other AMVETS members, as well as those in the AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary, will devote as many as 250,000 hours of

free time a year to brighten the lives of hospitalized veterans. AMVETS is always seeking volunteers to assist in these outreach programs. If you know of a veteran in need, or a returning service member from the Iraq/ Afghanistan war, please contact: Dave Barker of the Chillicothe VA Center at 7731141 ext. 7487 for an appointment at the Wellston Post, OR the county AMVETS Commissioner, Hayden Oiler at 286-3004. Oiler’s cell number is 418-6216.

The French Art Colony to host Trees of Imagination Imagine a gallery of Christmas trees, each one capturing the magic of the imaginations of children and the wonder of the Season. This year the French Art Colony, regional mutli-arts center, is recruiting local youth groups and classrooms to participate in “The Trees of Imagination”, a special exhibit of Christmas trees decorated by youth. Each group will decide on a theme then turn their creativity loose as they create the ornaments, tree-topper and base decorations. The themes are limitless; they can be anything from traditional Christmas themes like “snowmen” or “stars” to more unique ideas, such as “jungle”, “recycle” or a favorite color. The rules are simple: The tree must be artificial (any color) and should be 4’ to 8’ tall. All decorations must be hand-made by the children. Adult leaders/teachers may guide the youth through the process. Trees may be lighted or without lights. (The lights may not have ornaments toppers). Youth teams and their leaders will set-up and decorate their trees on Friday, December 9, from 10-6 p.m., or Saturday, December 10, from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.. The trees will be on display beginning with the FAC Kids Christmas Party December 10, from 3-6 p.m., and will run through Saturday, December 17, during normal gallery hours: Sunday, 1-5 p.m.; TuesdayFriday, from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. and Saturday, from 10 a,m,- 3 p.m. Visitors admiring the trees

will be encouraged to “vote” for their favorite trees for 25 cents per vote. The group creating the tree with the most votes will win a Riverby Theatre Guild Puppet Party, complete with a puppet performance for the group, at the FAC or in their school, along with puppet making activities and more. Funds received from the “voting” process will support the French Art Colony’s programming, including educational outreach and FAC Kids activities. A limited number of trees are available for use from the FAC. Groups may also provide their own artificial tree for the display. Participation in “The Trees of

Imagination” is free, as is the FAC Kids Christmas Party event and experiencing the exhibit. For more information on The French Art Colony’s “The Trees of Imagination”, please contact Joseph Wright, Executive Director, at 740-446-3834. Space for participation is limited and advance registration is required by December 3. For a complete list of French Art Colony Holiday events and activities, visit www.frenchartcolony.org. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this organization with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

Cheryl Gaus February 2011 Gives up yoga due to arthritis June 2011 Undergoes double knee replacement August 2011 Completes rehabilitation therapy September 2011 Experiencing new twist on life

Living proof that replacing a knee is better than replacing the activities you love. Cheryl Gaus wasn’t going to let a family history of arthritis stop her from doing the things she loves. So when her orthopaedic surgeon recommended total knee replacement as an option, she jumped (rather gingerly) at the chance. In fact, Cheryl was so eager to get back on her yoga mat and back to her other activities, that she had both knees

replaced at the same time. And with the encouragement of her physical therapists and her husband, Mike, Cheryl is now twisting and turning to her heart’s – and knees – content. Living proof that new knees can bring back the good old you. To learn more about Adena’s comprehensive orthopaedic services, visit us online at www.adena.org/ortho.


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Scenes from the Jackson and Oak Hill Christmas Parades

Pictured are the cars of yesteryear driving through the Jackson Christmas Parade. Pictured is the Jackson County Apple Festival royalty waving in the Jackson Christmas Parade.

Pictured is the Jackson County Fair royalty waving in the Jackson Christmas Parade.

Photos on this page by Jennifer Hughes

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Jackson County EMS took part in the festivities in The walking Christmas tree brought the spirit of the Jackson County Saturday. Station 9’s ambulance is picseason to the Jackson Christmas Parade. tured above taking part in the Jackson Christmas Parade.

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The Marching Ironmen looked festive as they performed through the parade route in Jackson.

The Oak Hill Police lead the Oak Hill Christmas parade.

The Oak Hill Festival of Flags royalty are pictured.

Oak Hill Mayor-Elect Roy McCarty, left, chats with Oak Hill Police Chief Chris Gruber following the Christmas Parade.

Pictured are the youth of the Oak Hill Church of the Nazarene singing Christmas carols.

The Oak Hill Marching Oaks are pictured on East Main Street in Oak Hill Saturday afternoon during the Oak Hill Christmas parade.


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Oaks open with blowout win over Vikings BY BUZZ FISHER Sports Writer

WILLOW WOOD — The Oak Hill Oaks went on the road Friday night to open the 2011-12 boys basketball season, and came away with a 68-36 victory SportsBoard over the Symmes Valley Vikings. Both teams showed early on the offensive end, as Wednesday, Nov. 30 rust the Oaks only made 9-of-26 BOWLING (34.6-percent) field goals in the Zane Trace def. Wellston 1,635first half. However, Symmes 1,349 (boys match) Zane Trace def. Wellston 1,439- Valley made a paltry 3-of-24 (12.5-percent). 1,068 (girls match) Despite the poor shooting, GIRLS BASKETBALL the Oaks trailed only once in Warren 78, Meigs 13 the entire game, when Alec Thursday, Dec. 1 Herrell connected on a threeGIRLS BASKETBALL pointer from the wing with 6:43 SOC II remaining in the first quarter. Oak Hill 61, South Webster 30 However, Oak Hill’s Luke Wheelersburg at Portsmouth Hammond broke a 3-3 tie with West, ppd. a three-pointer from the top of Minford 47, Waverly 28 Valley 55, Northwest 35 Others Jackson 49, Vinton County 18 Wellston 49, Southeastern 37 Logan Elm 62, Alexander 18 Fairland 86, Meigs 29 Gallipolis 45, River Valley 37 Logan 46, Fairfield Union 27 Chillicothe 50, Groveport 48, 2OT

the key to give Oak Hill the lead for good. Mitch Corn made a pair of free throws to make it 7-5 with 4:20 to play, but the Oaks went on an 11-3 run and led 18-8 at the end of the first quarter. Poor shooting continued in the second quarter, as the Oaks hit 3-of-14 from the field, as compared to 1-of-15 for Symmes Valley. The Vikings missed nine straight shots and didn’t score until 2:28 remaining in the second quarter, but by then, the Oaks were on an 11-2 run and took a 31-14 lead at halftime. Oak Hill continued to pull away in the second half, possessing overall control on the boards, along with better offensive production. The Oaks finished the game shooting 23-of-55 for

Luke Hammond 41.8-percent. They also dominated on the boards with a 45-31 advantage in rebounds. Three Oaks scored in double digits led by Hammond with 20 points, while Nick Gaines added 14 points and Drew Haislop had 11.

Hammond and Haislop hit a pair of three-pointers apiece. “I thought we played pretty well for an opener. We started with good defensive intensity and we shot well in spurts,” said Oak Hill head coach Norm Persin. “Anytime you go on the road and win by 30, you’ve got to be happy. But I told the kids we have to get better, individually and as a team. Austin Baldwin paced the Vikings with eight points, while Herrell and Zane Wheeler had seven and six points respectively. Coach Persin was pleased with the effort of Hammond and Gaines, as well as Kyle Love (nine points) off the bench. “There were some bright spots, but we have a lot of things we need to correct as well,” Persin said.

Oak Hill returns to action tonight in its home opener against Whiteoak.

* * * Oak Hill 18 13 20 17 — 68 Symmes Valley 8 6 9 13 — 36 OAK HILL 68 (1-0) Garrin Stiltner 2 2-2 7, Nathan Kidd 0 1-2 1, Nick Gaines 6 2-4 14, Drew Haislop 3 3-4 11, Jordan Fisher 1 0-0 2, Kyle Love 3 2-2 9, Luke Hammond 7 4-4 20, Josh Kisor 1 2-5 4; TOTALS 23 16-23 68; Three-point goals: 6 (Drew Haislop and Luke Hammond 2 apiece, Garrin Stiltner and Kyle Love 1 apiece) SYMMES VALLEY 36 (0-1) Alec Herrell 3 0-0 7, Zane Wheeler 2 0-0 6, Dylan Pelletier 1 2-2 4, Lane Wilson 0 1-2 1, Tanner Conley 2 1-2 5, Austin Baldwin 4 0-0 8, Mitch Corn 0 3-4 3, Tyler Rowe 0 22 2; TOTALS 12 9-12 36; Three-point goals: 3 (Zane Wheeler 2, Alec Herrell 1)

Friday, Dec. 2 GIRLS BASKETBALL Zane Trace 46, Alexander 13

BOYS BASKETBALL

McClain 60, Jackson 41 Oak Hill 68, Symmes Valley 36 Valley 62, Pike Eastern 55 F.F. Green 39, Portsmouth West 35 Portsmouth Notre Dame 57, South Webster 53 Northwest 45, Portsmouth Clay 42, OT Waverly 57, Washington Court House 44 Alexander 46, Trimble 39 Athens 74, Morgan 45 Meigs Eastern 45, Meigs 43 New Lexington 79, NelsonvilleYork 71

Saturday, Dec. 3 BOWLING

Logan Elm def. Wellston 1,9911,487 (boys match) Logan Elm def. Wellston 1,442842 (girls match)

WRESTLING Wellston among teams at Meigs Invitational

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Portsmouth West 47

53,

Portsmouth

Submitted photo by Jenny Williams

2011 JHS football all-academic

The Jackson High School football team and cheerleaders recently held their season-end banquet. The following football players and varsity cheerleaders earned all-academic honors. Pictured are, front row from left, Nathan Parks, Kennedy Shasteen, Shelby Reynolds, Courtney Hattle, Haley Swackhammer, Karena Fulks, Kerrigan Hoover and Madison Ridout; back row, Jarren Johnson, Reagan Williams, Nick Bachtel, Alec Osborne, Brandon Gilliland, Andrew Carter, Jay Spires, Drew Ervin and Austin Osborne. Absent when the photo was taken were Steven Kearns, Andrew Bridges, Alan Parana and Paige Strawser.

BOYS BASKETBALL

2011 all-TVC-Ohio Golf Team

Huntington 63, Vinton County 49 (at Zane Trace Tipoff Classic) Zane Trace 74, Valley 72, 2OT Warren 99, Meigs 40 Gallipolis 47, Rock Hill 45

Monday, Dec. 5 GIRLS BASKETBALL

SOC II Oak Hill 78, Northwest 28 Portsmouth West 55, Waverly 37 South Webster 54, Minford 36 Valley 45, Wheelersburg 37 Others Wellston 73, Rose Hill Christian (Ky.) 33 Morgan 61, Athens 56 Meigs at River Valley Chesapeake at Gallipolis

Dusty Cremeans

Blake Downard

Thomas Scaggs

Most Valuable Player: Blake Downard, Wellston Coach of the Year: Dusty Cremeans, Wellston

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*denotes repeat selection from 2010 all-TVC-Ohio squad (Dusty Mullins of Alexander, Blake Downard of Wellston and Thomas Scaggs of Wellston were all-TVC-Ohio selections in 2009)

GIRLS BASKETBALL Vinton County at Marietta

BOYS BASKETBALL Jackson at Wheelersburg Whiteoak at Oak Hill Chillicothe at Canal Winchester Gallipolis at Fairland Bloom-Carroll at Logan Athens at Warren South Webster at Portsmouth Portsmouth Clay at Minford Ironton at Valley West Union at Portsmouth West Alexander at Meigs Eastern Amanda-Clearcreek at Nelsonville-York

Wednesday, Dec. 7 WRESTLING Jackson at Vinton County, 6 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL SEOAL Jackson at Portsmouth Chillicothe at Logan Gallipolis at Warren

BOYS BASKETBALL Northwest at Portsmouth Notre Dame

Thursday, Dec. 8 BOWLING Wellston at Huntington, 4:30 p.m. (at Chillicothe Shawnee Lanes)

GIRLS BASKETBALL SOC II Waverly at Oak Hill Minford at Northwest Valley at Portsmouth West Wheelersburg at South Webster TVC-OHIO Wellston at Alexander, 6:30 p.m. (varsity only)

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2011 all-Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division golf team Alexander Jr. *Dusty Mullins Tyler Daniels Alexander Sr. Zach Weffler Alexander Sr. *Blake Downard Wellston Sr. *Thomas Scaggs Wellston Sr. Nick Derrow Wellston Sr. Lane Bunnell Wellston Jr. Michael Frame Athens So. *Jacob Pratt Athens Jr. *Treay McKinney Meigs Jr. Brandon Fiores Nelsonville York Jr. Garrett Betts Vinton County Sr.

Nick Derrow

Lane Bunnell

2011 Final TVC-Ohio Standings 1. (tie) Alexander 9-1 1. (tie) Wellston 9-1 3. Athens 6-4 4. Meigs 3-7 5. Nelsonville York 2-8 6. Vinton County 1-9

Submitted photo

Rocket placers at Meigs meet

Pictured are members of the Wellston High School wrestling team which placed at Saturday’s Meigs Invitational Tournament at Meigs High School. Pictured are, from left, assistant coach Sean Cook, Chris Kinnamon (4th-place in 120pound weight class), Wes Bame (2nd-place in 152pound weight class), Brandon Foughty (2nd place in 170-pound weight class), David King (3rd-place in 285-pound weight class), Cody Blake (3rd-place in 145-pound weight class) and head coach Tad Lockard.


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The Times-Journal, Jackson County, Ohio

2011 Associated Press all-Ohio Football Teams Divisions II, V and VI

SportsBoard... Continued from B1 Athens at Vinton County Nelsonville-York at Meigs Others Manchester at Portsmouth

Friday, Dec. 9 BOYS BASKETBALL SOC II Portsmouth West at Oak Hill South Webster at Northwest Minford at Valley Waverly at Wheelersburg TVC-OHIO Wellston at Alexander Athens at Vinton County Nelsonville-York at Meigs Others River Valley at Jackson Chesapeake at Gallipolis Portsmouth at South Point Warren at Belpre

Saturday, Dec. 10 WRESTLING Jackson among teams at Warren Invitational, 10 a.m. Wellston among teams at Logan Invitational, 9 a.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL SEOAL Chillicothe at Jackson Logan at Gallipolis, 1 p.m. Warren at Portsmouth Others Portsmouth Clay at Valley Raceland (Ky.) vs. Portsmouth West

BOYS BASKETBALL Logan at Newark Chillicothe at Dayton Stivers Portsmouth at Ironton Gallipolis at Athens Meigs at River Valley Nelsonville-York at Trimble

Sports Briefs

Jackson Elks Lodge ‘Hoop Shoot’ set The Jackson Elks Lodge No. 466 will hold its annual “Hoop Shoot” contest on Saturday, Dec. 10 in the Jackson High School Field House. Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. with the contest set to begin at 11 a.m. This is a free-throw shooting contest open to boys and girls ages eight thru 13. Age is determined by the age of the contestant on April 1, 2012. There is no cost to participate. For more information, please contact Craig Byler at (740) 7100486.

Rollin’ Rockets begin 2nd season BY PAUL BOGGS Sports Editor

CHILLICOTHE — The Wellston High School girls and boys bowling teams got the ball rolling recently with a kickoff of their second season. In the First Capital Conference kickoff at Shawnee Lanes in Chillicothe, the two Wellston teams split matches with Huntington, winning the girls match while narrowly losing the boys tilt. The Rollin’ Rockets return for a second season as an accredited Ohio High School Athletic Association bowling program. They are coached once again by longtime WHS teacher Tina Callahan. In Tuesday’s FCC event, Wellston won its girls game with Huntington by 72 pins — 1,179 to 1,107. Sophomore Abby Scott had high-game for the Lady Rockets with a 152, followed by the squad’s sole senior Emily Norris with a 127. Norris’ second game was a 116, as sophomore Tiffani King combined for a two-game total of 220 (113-107). Scott rolled a 98 in the second game. The remaining Rocket scores belonged to Kaitalyn Zupp (9087) and Hannah Hollingshead (59-58). In the boys match, Wellston was ahead entering the contest’s “baker” game, which was the final game but couldn’t hold off Huntington. The Huntsmen held on for a win by 89 pins (1,743-1,654). Wellston was led by senior David King with a high game of 159 (game one), as fellow senior Michael Grey had a high game of 158 (game two). King’s two-game total was a 307 (159-148), as Grey garnered a 306 (148-158) and senior Blake Downard dialed a 303 (149-154). Rounding out the Rocket scores were seniors Matt Leach (157-107) and Thomas Scaggs (112-115). sports@timesjournal.com

COLUMBUS (AP) — The 2011 Associated Press Division II all-Ohio high school football team, based on the recommendations of a state media panel: DIVISION II First Team OFFENSE: Ends — Kyle Nowlin, Cin. Harrison, 6-0, 205, sr.; Robby Buckwald, Lodi Cloverleaf, 6-1, 190, jr.; Matt Eckhardt, Avon, 5-11, 185, sr.. Linemen — Damon Dillard, Cols. Marion-Franklin, 6-5, 345, jr.; Taylor Decker, Vandalia-Butler, 6-8, 315, sr.; Anthony Stanko, Warren Howland, 6-5, 290, sr.; Troy Watson, Aurora, 6-6, 285, sr; Mike Brown, Sandusky, 6-3, 272, sr. Quarterbacks — Corry Benson, Cols. Marion-Franklin, 6-0, 187, jr.; Nathan Stock, Dresden Tri-Valley, 6-3, 185, jr.; Justin O’Rourke, Avon, 5-10, 165, sr.; Jake Schneider, Maumee, 5-10, 175, sr.; Tra Chapman, Kent Roosevelt, 6-2, 200, jr.; Michael Simpson, Trotwood-Madison, 6-3, 205, sr. Backs — Fred Lee, Cols. West, 5-5, 145, sr.; Israel Green, TrotwoodMadison, 5-9, 200, jr.; Aregeros Turner, Copley, 5-11, 180, jr.; Connor Pickens, Wapakoneta, 6-0, 215, sr. Kickers — Jimmy Gammill, New Albany, 6-1, 180, sr.; Ross Martin, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit, 5-10, 183, sr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Terrell Jackson, Cols. Marion-Franklin, 6-3, 271, sr.; Micah Carter, Perrysburg, 5-9, 230, sr.; Jimmy Rousher, Canfield, 6-3, 255, sr.; Jon Perrin, Tol. Cent. Cath., 61, 305, jr. Linebackers — Dakota Hill, New Philadelphia, 5-10 200, jr.; Billy Skerkavich, Madison, 6-0, 205, sr.; Deon’tae Moore, Akron Kenmore, 6-3, 205, jr.; Mike McCray, TrotwoodMadison, 6-4, 230, jr. Backs — George “Bam” Bradley, Trotwood-Madison, 62, 215, sr.; Troy Robinson, Cols. Mifflin, 5-9, 165, sr.; Cameron Burrows, Trotwood-Madison, 6-1, 190, jr.; Taurice Scott, Alliance, 5-10, 165, sr.; Alex Kocheff, Chagrin Falls Kenston, 5-11, 180, sr. Punter — Anthony Melchiori, Aurora, 6-0, 190, sr. Offensive player of the year: Michael Simpson, Trotwood-Madison Defensive players of the year: Billy Skerkavich, Madison; Deon’tae Moore, Akron Kenmore Coaches of the year: Chris McFarland, Norwalk; Andy Olds, Kings Mills Kings Second Team OFFENSE: Ends — Dameyion Smith, Sandusky, 5-10, 160, sr.; Tucker Linder, Tallmadge, 6-4, 205, sr.; Greg Harrison, Avon, 6-1, 235, sr.; Marquise Jones, Ashland, 6-0, 160, sr.; Ian McFarland, Zanesville, 5-9, 155, sr. Linemen — Trent Fielding, Sunbury Big Walnut, 6-3, 275, sr.; Paul Barrow, New Philadelphia, 6-1, 215, sr.; Lawrence Mosley, Trotwood-Madison, 6-2, 230, jr.; Thomas Scarberry, Madison, 6-4, 250, sr.; Chris Schwartz, Wapakoneta, 6-0, 220, sr. Quarterbacks — Lucas Poggiali, Sandusky, 6-2, 187, sr.; Wes Hudson, Zanesville, 5-11, 180, sr. Backs — Jamal Johnson, New Philadelphia, 5-6, 160, soph.; Jamire Westbrook, Kings Mills Kings, 5-10, 195, sr.; De’Veon, Smith, Warren Howland, 6-0, 215, jr.; Marquis Winston, Sandusky, 5-7, 175, sr. Kickers — Matthew Amicone, Dresden Tri-Valley, 5-7, 170, sr.; Greg Gallaway, Ashland, 5-10, 160, sr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Vincent Meck, Cols. Brookhaven, 6-0, 238, sr.; Brady Vanover, Kings Mills Kings, 6-0, 220, jr.; Chris Beal, Tallmadge, 6-1, 245, sr.; Arlington McClinton, Grafton Midview, 6-6, 230, sr. Linebackers — Corey Paulino, Uniontown Lake, 6-3, 206, sr.; Matt Tomlin, Avon, 5-11, 190, sr.; Evan Karchner, Maumee, 5-11, 225, sr.; Dillon Headrick, Akron Coventry, 6-0, 195, jr. Backs — Kevin Kraft, Wapakoneta, 6-0, 170, sr.; Jacob Mullins, Avon, 5-11, 170, sr.; Josh Griffin, Cols. West, 5-10, 165, jr.; Jordan Italiano, Canfield, 5-11, 205, sr.; Jayme Thompson, Tol. Cent. Cath., 6-1, 180, jr. Punter — Adam Horrocks, Avon, 5-11, 165, sr. Third Team OFFENSE: Ends — Eric Lauer, Grafton Midview, 6-3, 185, jr.; Jonah Boyer, Tiffin Columbian, 5-9, 165, sr.; Jeremy Fivecoait, Vincent Warren, 6-3, 210, sr. Linemen — Reno Reda, Pataskala Watkins Memorial, 6-6, 250, sr.; Jon Cipa, Tallmadge, 6-4, 290, sr.; Cole Lautzenheiser, Louisville, 6-3, 308, sr.; David Gilchrist, Grafton Midview, 6-4, 245, sr.; Carter Mullins, Tiffin Columbian, 6-0, 260, sr. Quarterback — Cody Callaway, Grafton Midview, 6-1, 170, soph. Backs — Austin Jones, Dresden Tri-Valley, 59, 185, jr.; Aaron Male, Akron Ellet, 510, 175, sr.; Brock Jones, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit, 5-10, 190, sr.; Ross Douglas, Avon, 5-10, 175, jr. Kickers — Evan Berg, Kings Mills Kings, 6-1, 195, jr.; Brad Young, Avon, 5-9, 155, sr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Thomas Dexter, Canal Winchester, 6-2, 200, sr.; Joshmere Dawson, Akron East, 60, 240, sr. Linebackers — Sean Horan, Kings Mills Kings, 5-11, 210, sr.; J.T. Haughey, Aurora, 6-2, 205, sr.; Cody Thompson, Mansfield Madison, 6-2, 220, sr.; Brendan Wilson, Wapakoneta, 5-10, 170, sr. Backs — Stefan Willis, Akron Firestone, 6-0, 170, sr.; Rich Graves, Kent Roosevelt, 5-7, 175, sr.; Tristen Jeffries, Sandusky, 6-1, 183, sr.; Christian Watkins, N. Ridgeville, 6-0, 190, sr. Punter — Gio Masi, Lexington, 5-9, 148, soph.

Special Mention Joe Alverson, Cols. MarionFranklin; Austin Whitlatch, Canal Winchester; Kyle Radabaugh, Cols. Whetstone; B.J. Hedges, Cols. Hamilton Township; Chris Skura, Worthington Kilbourne; James Duncan, Cols. Beechcroft; Derrick Pope, Cols. Mifflin; Jason Griffith, Sunbury Big Walnut; Louis Baker, Cols. Mifflin; Garrett Dandrea, Sunbury Big Walnut; Ronnie Dawson, Pataskala Licking Heights; Brandon Wright, Ashville Teays Valley; Brad Fenton, Mount Vernon; Shaquille Minnifield, Cols. Beechcroft; Billy Hodge, Ashville Teays Valley; Caleb Beans, New Philadelphia; Hunter Joseph, New Philadelphia; Dar Stanford, Zanesville; Logan Wisecarver, Dresden Tri-Valley; Ryan Godfrey, New Philadelphia; Brody Barbee, New Philadelphia; Casedy Goins, Zanesville; Daniel Sensabaugh, Dresden Tri-Valley; Cole Cameron, Dresden Tri-Valley; Connor Argento, New Philadelphia; Derek Wisnieski, New Philadelphia; Justin Ward, New Philadelphia; Seth Harrison, New Philadelphia; Dylan Tandy, Zanesville; Tyler Collopy, Dresden Tri-Valley; Kole Buckley, Zanesville; Jesse Kandel, New Philadelphia; Josh Bischel, New Philadelphia; J.T. McFarland, Zanesville; Austin Craig, Zanesville; J.T. Campbell, Dresden Tri-Valley; Dustin “Dedder” Baker, Marietta; Cory McCarty, Logan; Jalen Jones, Chillicothe; Tyler Roe, Chillicothe; Austin Henthorn, Vincent Warren; Jared Cook, Cin. Anderson; Jesse McCann, Wilmington; Kennedy Cook, Kings Mills Kings; Craig McCorkle, Cin. Winton Woods; Aaron Kemper, Cin. Winton Woods; Kevin Richardson, Piqua; Frank Heimkreiter, Hamilton Ross; Trevon Williams-Brown, Trotwood-Madison; Cody Lotton, Hamilton Ross; Jake Tarvin, Harrison; Demond Jackson, Cin. Mount Healthy; Shane Kelly, Cin. Turpin; Joe Ziccardi, Chesterland West Geauga; Da’Vonte Price, East Cleve. Shaw; Darryl Richards, Chagrin Falls Kenston; Anthony Small, East Cleve. Shaw; Will Blankenship, Chardon; Marko Palumbo, Chagrin Falls Kenston; William Woods, East Cleve. Shaw; Dajunn Graham, Maple Hts.; Arron Pipkins, Maple Hts.; Kyle Woerner, Geneva; Garrett Primer, Madison; Kevin Niebes, Chesterland West Geauga; Evan Rieke, Olmsted Falls; Andy Bryan, Chesterland West Geauga; Jason O’Bryan, Madison; Nick Cuthbert, Chesterland West Geauga; Eric Meehan, Olmsted Falls; Brennan Laird, Olmsted Falls; Dirk Weisenburger, Norwalk; Steve Mowry, Ashland; Amir Edwards, Tol. Cent. Cath.; Van Williams, Sandusky; Adam Wolbert, Ashland; Jim Johnston, Tol. Cent. Cath.; Isaac Perry, Norwalk

* * * COLUMBUS (AP) — The 2011 Associated Press Division V All-Ohio high school football team, based on the recommendations of a state media panel: DIVISION V First Team OFFENSE: Ends — Jerad Butter, Bucyrus Wynford, 6-5, 220, sr.; Mitchell Campbell, Versailles, 6-4, 195, sr.; Evan Jones, W. Lafayette Ridgewood, 6-6, 242, sr. Linemen — Brady Whiting, Marion Pleasant, 64, 205, sr.; C.J. Wise, Woodsfield Monroe Cent., 6-6, 235, sr.; Nathan Goodhart, Cin. Summit County Day, 6-2, 300, sr.; Paul Kelbly, Smithville, 6-5, 301, sr.; Justin Gillen, Liberty Ctr., 6-4, 260,sr. Quarterbacks — Tyler Kinchen, Woodsfield Monroe Cent., 6-1, 230, sr.; Nick Campbell, Versailles, 6-0, 163, soph. Backs — Josh Makuch, Baltimore Liberty Union, 5-10, 175, sr.; Luke Keller, Lucasville Valley, 62, 205, sr.; Damon Washington, Kirtland, 5-10, 160, jr.; Mason Minnich, Ashland Crestview, 5-9, 190, sr.; Ja’les Hughes, Campbell Memorial, 5-10, 170, sr. Kicker — Jared Lyon, Kirtland, 5-11, 180, sr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Reid Masters, Marion Pleasant, 5-11, 205, sr.; Maverick Long, Anna, 6-1, 250, jr.; Chaney Fulton, W. Jefferson, 6-0, 220, sr.; Cannon Schroeder, Kirtland, 6-2, 215, soph.; Mark Brunet, Coldwater, 6-3, 205, sr. Linebackers — Kellan Mutschelknaus, Sugarcreek Garaway, 5-11, 190, jr.; Dakota Hook, Nelsonville-York, 5-10, 160, sr.; Christian Hauber, Kirtland, 6-2, 225, sr.; Bryan Hefflinger, Liberty Ctr., 6-0, 220, sr.; Jesse Curry, Youngs. Ursuline, 5-10, 205, sr. Backs — Oliver Rouch, Grandview Hts., 6-1, 200, sr.; Caleb Siefring, Coldwater, 510, 170, jr.; Tyler Moeglin, Louisville Aquinas, 5-9, 160, sr.; Dakota Conkle, Findlay Liberty-Benton, 6-2, 190, sr. Punter — Kyle Bergman, Coldwater, 6-0, 175, jr. Offensive players of the year: Luke Keller, Lucasville Valley; Damon Washington, Kirtland Defensive players of the year: Christian Hauber, Kirtland; Jesse Curry, Youngs. Ursuline Coaches of the year: Jason Peters, Grandview Hts.; Tiger LaVerde, Kirtland

Second Team OFFENSE: Ends — Josh Davis, Bellaire, 5-9, 150, sr.; Jake DiCello, E. Palestine, 5-8, 155, sr.; Shane Lambert, Columbia Station Columbia, 5-8, 165, sr. Linemen — Andy Treasure, Grandview Hts., 6-3, 215, jr.; Chris Fairchild, Oak Hill, 6-2, 300, sr.; Nick Reier, Anna, 6-0, 180, jr.; Shaquon McWilson, Campbell Memorial, 6-4, 330, jr.; Sean Griesdorn, Lima Cent. Cath., 6-4, 275, sr. Quarterbacks — Cody Williams, W. Jefferson, 5-10, 165, sr.; Tyler O’Connor, Lima Cent. Cath., 6-3, 211, sr.; Zach Chatlain, Bucyrus Wynford, 6-3, 220, sr. Backs — Blake Buckhannon, Collins Western Reserve, 5-10, 195, sr.; Reid Hutchinson, Frankfort Adena, 5-10, 190, sr.; Dustin Young, Nelsonville-York, 5-10, 175, sr. Kicker — Brandon Garlough, Tipp City Bethel, 5-11, 175, jr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Justin Carver, Mt. Gilead, 6-3, 215, sr.; C.J. Collins, Columbiana Crestview, 6-4, 210, sr.; Steven Petroff, Ashland Crestview, 5-10, 190, sr.; Jake Carrizales, Hamler Patrick Henry, 62, 230, jr. Linebackers — Jesse Stoudt, Barnesville, 6-0, 207, sr.; Greg Bender, Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant, 6-1, 210, sr.; Eric Depinet, Bascom Hopewell-Loudon, 6-0, 200, sr. Backs — Ryan Snyder, Marion Pleasant, 511, 185, sr.; Micheal Mack, W. Liberty-Salem, 5-10, 170, sr.; Dewaylan Letlow, Campbell Memorial, 6-3, 185, sr.; Jason Moore, Oberlin, 6-1, 175, jr. Punter — Brett Sockman, Centerburg, 5-8, 140, jr. Third Team OFFENSE: Ends — Logan Sendelbach, Bascom HopewellLoudon, 6-3, 165, sr.; Joe Ohlin, New Madison Springfield, 6-1, 160, sr.; Chandler Shryock, Newcomerstown, 6-2, 175, sr. Linemen — Foster Tucker, Columbia Station Columbia, 6-2, 225, jr.; Alex Damschroeder, Carey, 6-3, 280, sr.; Gunner Shock, Hicksville, 5-9, 210, sr. Quarterbacks — Tyler Walter, Sugarcreek Garaway, 6-0, 170, sr.; Spencer Badia, Bellaire, 5-9, 150, soph.; Blake Yates, Lucasville Valley, 6-3, 175, sr; John Banyasz, Columbia Station Columbia, 6-2, 185, sr. Backs — Blair Wolcutt, CardingtonLincoln, 5-7, 165, sr.; LaDon Laney, Jr., Cin. Summit Country Day, 6-0, 200, sr. Kicker — Lincoln Parsley, Archbold, 5-9, 150, soph. DEFENSE: Linemen — Gus Schwieterman, Tipp City Bethel, 6-4, 215, jr.; Michael Lizeski, Milford Ctr. Fairbanks 5-11, 230, sr.; Joel Rich, Louisville Aquinas, 6-4, 220, jr.; Linebackers — Jake Ziegler, W. Lafayette Ridgewood, 5-11, 190, sr.; Kyle Exline, Salineville Southern, 6-2, 235, sr.; Drew Randleman, Oberlin, 58, 220, sr.; Seth Kleppen, Hicksville, 60, 215, sr. Backs — Anthony Davis, Youngs. Ursuline, 6-0, 195, sr.; Justin Miller, Hicksville, 6-1, 190, sr.; Ryan Loncar, Kirtland, 5-10, 175, soph.; Tre McIntyre, North Lewisburg Triad, 6-1, 185, so. Punter — Kirk Yates, Frankfort Adena, 6-2, 175, sr. Special Mention Devlin McDaniel, Marion Pleasant; Logan McGovern, Centerburg; Dalton Greenwalt, W. Jefferson; Marcus Keeran, Baltimore Liberty Union; David Kelly, W. Jefferson; Jacob Sutton, Centerburg; Jason Franks, Grandview Hts.; Chase Cochran, Centerburg; Justin Klee, Marion Elgin; Cody McGuire, Fredericktown; Trevor Miller, Marion Pleasant; Mat Harvey, W. Jefferson; Payton Vanderkooi, Mount Gilead; Shane Crum, Sarahsville Shenandoah; Trent Lingo, W. Lafayette Ridgewood; Gabe Elmore, Sugarcreek Garaway; Duane Troyer, Sugarcreek Garaway; Juwan Whetstone, Bellaire; Tyler Davis, Sarahsville Shenandoah; Steven Farrow, Sugarcreek Garaway; Joe Holmes, W. Lafayette Ridgewood; Ian Wells, Barnesville; Dalton Conroy, Bellaire; Matt Ayres, Newcomerstown; Tyler Fitzpatrick, Barnesville; Christian Edmund, Bellaire; Tyrone Kinchen, Woodsfield Monroe Cent.; Eric Schie, Sugarceek Garaway; Cody Mullet, Sugarcreek Garaway; Michael Leasure, Sarahsville Shenandoah; Lenard Davidson, W. Lafayette Ridgewood; Dakota Albertson, W. Lafayette Ridgewood; Trey Wilds, Ironton Rock Hill; Rob Dwyer, Lucasville Valley; Daniel Kline, Nelsonville-York; Dakota Jones, Crooksville; Curt Crabtree, Lucasville Valley; Eric Ball, Wheelersburg; Brady Burton, Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant; Ryan Mickle, Frankfort Adena; Kyle Moore, Nelsonville-York; Alex Shears, Wheelersburg; Nathan Dean, Nelsonville-York; Adam Bricker, W. Ports. Portsmouth W.; Steven Hall, Chillicothe Southeastern; Colten Gill, Crooksville; Phillip Carnes, W. Ports. Portsmouth W.; James Suttles, Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant; Riley Markko, Bainbridge Paint Valley; Mike Douglas, Albany Alexander; Tyler Rowe, Lucasville Valley; Zack Frye, W. Ports. Portsmouth W.; Casey Wood, Frankfort Adena; Nate Yoakum, Bainbridge Paint Valley; Levi Ratliff, W. Ports. Portsmouth W.; Trey Bennett, Albany Alexander; Kyle Auger, W. Ports. Portsmouth W.; Gage Miller, Albany Alexander; Markus Johnson, Cin. Deer Park; Sam Christian,

Covington; Nick Butcher, Cin. Mariemont; Jacob Reed, Williamsburg; EJ Burnett, Cin. Purcell Marian; Heath Harding, Day. Christian; Darren Clark, Covington; Nick Townsend, Day. Christian; Caleb Maurer, Anna; Matt Issacs, New Lebanon Dixie; Billy Bausmith, Cin. Mariemont; Anthony Young, Williamsburg; Michael Fellers, Casstown Miami East; Troy Janashak, Cuyahoga Hts.; Logan Matt, Cuyahoga Hts.; Jordan D’Orazio, Cuyahoga Hts.; Zach Santo, Kirtland; Jake Finkler, Kirtland; Erick Zuberer, Kirtland; Brian Arnold, Burton Berkshire; Foster Tucker, Columbia Station Columbia; Austin Lane, Cuyahoga Hts.; Kevin Kozelka, Cuyahoga Hts.; Alex Zander, Cuyahoga Hts.; Brandon Heidinger, Columbia Station Columbia; Jacob Solomon, Independence; Tim Miller, Burton Berkshire; Jason Kleppel, Cuyahoga Hts.; Justin Kotlarsic, Independence; Chandler Brown, Bedford Chanel; Marcus Contipelli, Independence; Sean Dempsey, Louisville Aquinas; Levi Licata, Jeromesville Hillsdale; Khallid Pierce, Youngs. Ursuline; Tony Verduce, Louisville Aquinas; Zach Douglass, Smithville; Austin Barbato, Columbiana; Nick Russell, New Middletown Springfield; Zack Puckett, Salineville Southern; Nick Blower, Columbiana Crestview; Alex Dickey, N. Lima S. Range; Tommy Saviers, Atwater Waterloo; Mark Hilty, Smithville; Sam Young, Jeromesville Hillsdale; Trenton Solmen, Columbiana; Sha’Haun Williams, Youngs. Ursuline; Josh Lane, Rootstown; Trevor Badertscher, Jeromesville Hillsdale; Ian Steiner, Smithville; Zack Williams, Atwater Waterloo; Alex Bates, Smithville; T.J. Gerken, Archbold; Jamie Schafer, Attica Seneca E.; Nathan Terhark, Findlay Liberty-Benton; Austin Kuhn, Bascom Hopewell-Loudon; Colt Pettit, Hamler Patrick Henry; Kipp McCann, Defiance Tinora; Brady Vaught, Findlay Liberty-Benton; Jimmy Spieth, Liberty Ctr.; Ben Stolly, Lima Cent. Cath.; Cody Snook, Findlay LibertyBenton; Chandler Tuckerman, Archbold; Nick Whitmore, Northwood; Garrick Montgomery, Ashland Crestview; Sam Huffman, Lima Cent. Cath.; Bryce Orians, Carey

* * * COLUMBUS (AP) — The 2011 Associated Press Division VI All-Ohio high school football team, based on the recommendations of a state media panel: DIVISION VI First Team OFFENSE: Ends — Hayden Welch, Lancaster Fairfield Christian Acad., 61, 170, sr.; Justin Herrnstein, New Washington Buckeye Cent., 6-4, 185, sr.; Jake Aldridge, Spring. Cath. Cent., 6-2, 195, sr. Linemen — Ross Benton, Leipsic, 6-1, 260, sr.; Alex Wehri, Delphos St. John’s, 6-1, 230, sr.; Greg Hartke, Maria Stein Marion Local, 6-0, 210, sr.; Josh Frilling, Ft. Loramie, 5-7, 208, sr. Quarterbacks — Jeff Clegg, Berlin Ct. Western Reserve, 6-1, 182, sr.; Tyler Erwin, New Washington Buckeye Cent., 6-4, 200, sr.; Brian Kelly, Spring. Cath. Cent., 6-2, 190, sr.; Shawn Ball, Malvern, 6-1, 210, sr. Backs — Cody Belveal, Sciotoville Community E., 5-11, 187, sr.; Danny LaRosa, Thompson Ledgemont, 5-10, 185, sr.; Jake Heitkamp, Maria Stein Marion Local, 5-9, 190, sr.; Tim Hanson, Cleve. VASJ, 5-10, 210, sr.; Donnie Bolton, Berlin Ctr. Western Reserve, 6-0, 175, sr.; Gary Strain, Mogadore, 6-0, 190, jr. Kicker — Stephen Smith, Tiffin Calvert, 5-8, 155, jr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Kaevon Green, Youngs. Christian, 6-3, 210, jr.; Michael South III, S. Charleston SE, 6-1, 210, sr.; Greg Berger, Leipsic, 5-11, 200, sr.; Isaac Livengood, Norwalk St. Paul, 5-8, 215, sr.; Bryce Collins, New Washington Buckeye Cent., 6-1, 290, sr. Linebackers — Quinton Ferenbaugh, Danville, 5-11, 185, sr.; Grant Foster, Willow Wood Symmes Valley, 6-1, 220, sr.; Caleb Ranley, Ft. Loramie, 6-2, 230, sr.; Brad Seiler, Thompson Ledgemont, 5-10, 190, sr.; Daniel Gusching, Minster, 6-3, 217, sr. Backs — Cole Smelley, Bridgeport, 5-11, 185, sr.; Chase Kinemond, Shadyside, 6-0, 156, jr.; Anthony Abeid, Youngs. Christian, 5-9, 160, sr.; Tanner Calvelage, Delphos St. John’s, 6-1, 190, sr. Punter — Connor Shook, Newark Cath., 5-9, 210, sr. Offensive players of the year: Tyler Erwin, New Washington Buckeye Cent.; Jeff Clegg, Berlin Ctr. Western Reserve; Brian Kelly, Spring. Cath. Cent. Defensive players of the year: Kaevon Green, Youngs. Christian; Daniel Gusching, Minster Coaches of the year: Matt Burgbacher, Ft. Loramie; Nate Moore, Minster Second Team OFFENSE: Ends — Nathan Stark, Edgerton, 6-1, 154, sr.; Travis Tucci, Malvern, 6-3, 176, sr. Linemen — Zach Casparro, Grove City Christian, 6-6, 263, sr.; Evan Eggleston, Hannibal River, 6-4, 220, jr.; Kendrick Schwenderman, Waterford, 5-11, 209, sr.; Ryan Will, Minster, 6-2, 200, sr. Quarterback_Konnor Baker, Ada, 6-3, 205, sr. Backs — Luke Lloyd, Zanes. Rosecrans, 5-9, 165, jr.; Cory

Brandewie, Ft. Loramie, 5-9, 163, sr.; Jerry Brown, McComb, 6-1, 180, jr. Kicker — Daniel Kohr, StrasburgFranklin, 5-8, 160, sr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Jordan Berryhill, Newark Cath., 6-0, 170, sr.; Rob Wente, Minster, 6-2, 200, sr.; Josh Carter, Wellsville, 6-4 250, sr.; DiAnte Jackson, Cleve. VASJ, 6-2, 200, sr.; Anthony McDaniel, Cin. Country Day, 6-0, 210, sr.; Linebackers — Terry Harper, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep, 6-0, 232, sr.; Jon Emmerling, Steub. Cath. Cent., 5-9, 165, sr.; Chris Beaschler, Ada, 6-0, 205, sr.; Justin Rutschilling, Maria Stein Marion Local, 6-2, 200, sr. Backs — Jake Cordonnier, Ft. Loramie, 6-3, 181, sr.; Evan Finch, Cin. Country Day, 6-0, 175, sr.; Tyler Harris, CoryRawson, 5-9, 150, jr.; Kevin Bourne, Newark Cath., 5-10, 180, jr. Punter — Tyler Hicks, Plymouth, 6-1, 210, sr. Third Team OFFENSE: Ends — Jacob Ansley, Ada, 6-0, 190, jr.; Preston Snodgrass, S. Charleston SE, 6-2, 185, sr. Linemen — Matt Howard, Shadyside, 6-1, 190, sr.; Garrett Foster, Willow Wood Symmes Valley, 6-1, 220, sr.; Tommy Brown, S. Charleston SE, 6-4, 280, sr.; Anthony Harris, Youngs. Christian, 5-10, 260, sr. Quarterback — Luke Johnson, Lancaster Fairfield Christian Academy, 6-0, 180, sr. Backs — Brendan Heath, Beallsville, 6-2, 170, sr.; Jimmy Radabaugh, Edgerton, 61, 168, sr.; Shannon Geren, Edon, 5-8, 180, sr. Kicker — Tyler Zeis, Ft. Loramie, 5-9, 168, sr. DEFENSE: Linemen — Hosie Smith, Cols. Africentric, 6-4, 210, sr.; Michael Jones, McComb, 5-9, 160, jr.; Sevon Jackson, Lockland, 5-11, 200, jr. Bryant Arnold, Beallsville, 6-1, 195, sr.; Aaron Parry, Zanes. Rosecrans, 6-5, 225, sr. Linebackers — Brett Schwinnen, Delphos St. John’s, 6-0, 215, jr.; D.J. Shoemaker, Shadyside, 6-4, 210, jr.; Zach Higginbotham, Cin. Country Day, 6-0, 210, jr.; Thomas Benyo, Berlin Ctr. Western Reserve, 6-1, 205, sr. Backs — Cody Stokes, Leetonia, 6-4, 200, sr.; Dominic Naples, Warren JFK, 5-10, 155, jr.; Marcus Johnson, Malvern, 5-8, 165, jr. Punter — Andrew Gilardi, Sidney Lehman, 5-9, 150, jr. Special Mention Richie Price, Morral Ridgedale; Ethan Brown, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep; Bryan Miller, Lancaster Fairfield Christian Acad.; Jamarcus Hershberger, Danville; Anthony Peoples, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep; Kyle Shultz, Danville; Heath Buckingham, Danville; Nigel Easley, Cols. Crusaders; Sam Fratturo, Lancaster Fairfield Christian Acad.; Jordan Bennett, Lancaster Fairfield Christian Acad.; Spencer Golden, Morral Ridgedale; Joey Gaal, Lancaster Fairfield Christian Acad.; Trevor Garber, Newark Cath.; Zach Brewer, Grove City Christian; Trevor Saunders, Cols. Africentric; Devon Wade, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep; Brenton Colabella, Steubenville Cath. Cent.; Adam Rossiter, Caldwell; Hunter Schneiter, Strasburg-Franklin; Brandyn Heath, Beallsville; Brannt Pieniazek, Steubenville Cath. Cent.; Max Kapron, Malvern; Cody Hudson, Shadyside; Brian Sawyer, Caldwell; Brian Merritt, Malvern; Matt Hammond, Shadyside; David Cline, Zanes. Rosecrans; Joe Fallon, Steubenville Cath. Cent.; Logan Sellers, Malvern; Evan Hensel, Strasburg-Franklin; Mike Dalto, Bridgeport; Austin McConn, Hannibal River; Zack Hill, Zanes. Rosecrans; Ralph King, Toronto; Brady Weber, Malvern; Joey Chadwick, Toronto; Taylor Bowdish, Bowerston Conotton Valley; Kevin Lewis, Ports. Notre Dame; Konner Standley, Glouster Trimble; Brian Moore, Waterford; Brandon Auflick, Glouster Trimble; Tyler Cline, Reedsville Eastern; Justin Crager, Sciotoville Community E.; Trevor Lang, Waterford; Cory Haner, Crown City S. Gallia; Alec Herrell, Willow Wood Symmes Valley; D.J. Miller, Willow Wood Symmes Valley; Jacob Milani, Ports. Notre Dame; Cody Bruce, Franklin Furnace Green; Brad Pierron, Ports. Notre Dame; Casey Degarmore, Glouster Trimble; Jacob White, Crown City S. Gallia; Cyrus Jones, Glouster Trimble; Dalton Matney, Crown City S. Gallia; Danny Matney, Crown City S. Gallia; Cody Myers, Willow Wood Symmes Valley; Aaron Hall, Ansonia; Tucker Fox, Cin. Christian; Andrew Less, Arcanum; Dusty Holcomb, Ansonia; Jordan Patterson, Cin. Country Day; Brent Goldschmidt, Ft. Loramie; Kody Smith, Arcanum; Michael Sheehan, Spring. Cath. Cent.; Austin Hutchins, Lewisburg Tri-County N.; Nic Paolo, Fairport Harbor Harding; C.J. Germany, Cleve. VASJ; Tyson Lautanen, Fairport Harbor Harding; Ryan Greenwood, Fairport Harbor Harding; Jake Buterbaugh, Thompson Ledgemont; Brian Griffith, Fairport Harbor Harding; Adam Scott, Cleve. VASJ; Logan Dennison, Fairport Harbor Harding; Brad Marsic, Thompson Ledgemont; Ryan Gallagher, Cleve. VASJ; Jake Morenz, Fairport Harbor Harding; Andrew Jordan, Fairport Harbor Harding; Kyle LaRosa, Thompson Ledgemont; Chavien Nolcox, Cleve. VASJ; Drew Degener, Thompson Ledgemont; Kyle Dennis, Thompson Ledgemont


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Tues., Dec. 6 • The Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disability is offering free training, sponsored by the Parent Support Group for Jackson County. Must pre-register by calling Amy Miller at (740) 988-7409. Event will be held at the First Assembly of God Church, 420 Ralph St., Jackson from 6-7:30 p.m. Participants will gain an understanding of the six components of FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education), as well as gain a functional knowledge of parent’s rights under IDEA 2004. Participants will also be given an opportunity to discuss issues and ask questions. For more info call 1-800-374-2806. Wed., Dec. 7 • Four Winds will be holding open house, annual rehab reunion, unveiling of Fast Track Rehab and Memory Care Expansion 12-2 p.m., Mary Hood’s 100th Birthday Celebration 24 p.m. Everyone welcome. Card Shower, please send cards to Four Winds Community 215 Seth Avenue, Jackson, OH 45640 c/o Mary Hood. Thurs., Dec. 8 • The GJMV Solid Waste District Board of Directors will meet at 3:30 p.m. @ the district office, 1056 S. New Hampshire Avenue, Wellston, Ohio. • The Sylvester Memorial Wellston Public Library is having a Christmas Card Program from 6-8 p.m. Registration is not required for this program and is open to children in kindergarten6th grade. Preschoolers are welcome as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Participants will be making Christmas cards for the residents of Edgewood Manor of Wellston, Four Winds Nursing Facility, Huston’s Nursing Home and Jenkins Memorial Health Facility. For more info please call the library at 384-6660 or email Vickie at stephevi@oplin.org. Fri., Dec. 9 • Come join us at 7 p.m. for a wonderful evening on the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway with the Stuart’s Opera House Winter Wine Express. Tickets are available and are $35 for the First Class Car or $25 for Coach. The proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Stuart’s Opera House. Hocking Valley Scenic Railway’s train depot is located at 33 Canal Street in Nelsonville. For more information or to purchase tickets call (740) 753-1924 or visit our website at www.stuartsoperahouse.org. Sat., Dec. 10 • The Jackson County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will hold its monthly chapter meeting on Saturday, December 10th at the Jackson City Library (in the Potter Room) at 10:30 a.m. There will be a short business meeting and then we will be going to the Jackson County courthouse to tour the Recorder’s office at approximately 11:30 a.m. All members and public invited and encouraged to bring a friend. • Second annual Breakfast with Santa sponsored by Greenfield Township VFD and Women’s Auxiliary, 5370 SR 233, Patriot, 9 a.m. to noon. All are welcome to come and enjoy. For more info contact Misty at 379-2491. • The Jackson Elks Lodge #466 will have its annual “Hoop Shoot” contest in the JHS Field House. Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. and the contest to start at 11 a.m. This is a free throw shooting contest open to boys and girls ages 8-13. Age is determined by the age of the contestant on April 1, 2012. There is no cost to participate. For more info contact Craig Byler at 710-0486. Sun., Dec. 11 • You are cordially invited to attend the Annual Community Choir Festival at the First Baptist Church, 35 Broadway Street, Jackson at 6:30 p.m. Celebrate the birth of the Christ Child with the sounds of the Christmas season. All proceeds of a free will offering will go to the Jackson Food Pantry and Good Samaritan Fund. Mon. Dec. 12 • Madison Jefferson Fire Fighters Christmas Bingo special , $6,000 total payout, with three $1,000 games. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. games begin at 6:30 p.m. The Madison Jefferson Fire Fighters Bingo Hall is located on E. Main St., Oak Hill beside the Oak Hill Teen Center. Tues., Dec 13 • Huston Nursing Home will be having a free lunch and offering free health screen and gift wrapping on 11a.m.-1 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. Located at 38500 State Route 160 Hamden Wed., Dec. 14 • The Gallia-Vinton Educational Service Center (ESC) Governing Board will hold its regular monthly board meeting at 5 p.m. in Room 131, Wood Hall, on the University of Rio Grande campus. • The Business Development Department of the Community Action Committee of Pike County, Pike County Career and Technology Center and OSU Small Business Development Center are offering a one-day Microsoft Excel 2007: Level 1 Training Workshop from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., at the OSU Endeavor Center in Piketon. The deadline for registrations is Wednesday Dec. 7. For more info and to obtain a registration form, please call 740-289-2371 or toll free at 1-866-820-1185. Seats are limited. Thurs., Dec. 15 • A P.E.R.I. meeting will be held Dec. 15, at 10 a.m. at the Lutheran Church on Huron St., Jackson. Speakers will be David Daniels and John Carey. • Mayhew-Brown Funeral Home is inviting the community to take a step back in time and enjoy the sights and sounds of Christmas cheer from yesteryear. Jason and Shelley Brown want you to bring your entire family to this FREE event which is open to everyone in Jackson and the surrounding counties. The event will be held at their Broadway Street location from 5 to 8 p.m. with music, live nativity scene, refreshments and horse drawn carriage rides. Hope to see you there. • The GJMV Solid Waste Management District Policy Committeewill meet Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 3 p.m. at the district office, 1056 S. New Hampshire Avenue, Wellston, Ohio. Sat., Dec. 17 • The Disabled American Veteran’s Auxiliary Chapter 45 will host a members only Christmas party from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Santa will be present for the little ones. This is for DAV and DAVA members. Mon. Dec. 19 • The December 19, meeting of the Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services has been cancelled. The Board typically meets on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Board Office (53 Shawnee Lane, Gallipolis). Tues., Dec. 20 • The Jackson County Board of Developmental Disabilities will hold its Regular Board meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 4 p.m. It will be held at Hope Haven School, 822 Sellars Dr., Jackson.

Sports Jackson County Speedway signs with AMRA for 2012 BY SCOTT WOLFE Special to The Times-Journal

The famed Jackson County Speedway, a fast quarter-mile bullring off U.S. Route 35 in Jackson, has signed on with the American Motor Racing Association (AMRA) for the 2012 racing season. Jackson County Speedway enjoyed much success on its reopening season in 2011, under the new ownership of former longtime racer Brad McCown. McCown was touted by the AMRA in 2011, but indicated “I honored my first year commitment to stick with an opentire rule.” “As the season progressed, I saw the value of the AMRA in our particular area and think it will be a great deal for our speedway, the AMRA, and our drivers competing for the AMRA championship. Most of all, I think it will stabilize our car counts for the quality of shows we want to put on for our fans,” said McCown. “It is a great honor to have Jackson County Speedway join the AMRA family,” said AMRA president Larry Keefer. “Brad went out on a limb to start a race track in tough economic times. I admire his determination, and want the AMRA to help him keep racing alive in Southern Ohio. I think this will be a great addition for our drivers, our organization, and Jackson County Speedway.” “I would like to welcome Brad and Jackson County Speedway to the AMRA family,” said Director of Racing Operations Scott Wolfe. “Jackson County Speedway is a hidden gem. Brad and his team have done a lot of work there and are determined to make a positive impact in the racing community. Having brought the track back to life is a monumental accomplishment, and having Jackson County in the AMRA is a major anchoring point for both the speedway and the AMRA.” The close proximity to Atomic Speedway now gives AMRA drivers at Atomic Speedway (formerly K-C Raceway) a place to race on Fridays, thus giving AMRA drivers there a better chance to compete for the national point money. Additionally, under the same rules package, Jackson County drivers have a Saturday-night venue. McCown added, “Obviously, I see a lot of value in having the AMRA at our speedway. Most of all, we can concentrate on one rules package and stay in line with the AMRA motto of ‘maintaining a level playing field’ for all of our drivers. I can’t wait for the 2012 racing season.” Jackson County’s regular classes include Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mod

Basketball Standings GIRLS BASKETBALL Thru games of Dec. 4 SEOAL Overall League Team W L W L Jackson 3 0 0 0 Chillicothe 2 0 0 0 Portsmouth 2 0 0 0 Logan 1 1 0 0 Warren 1 1 0 0 Gallipolis 1 2 0 0 SOC II Overall League Team W L W L Valley 3 0 2 0 Oak Hill 2 0 2 0 Wheelersburg 2 0 1 0 South Webster 2 1 1 1 Minford 1 2 1 1 Portsmouth West 0 2 0 1 Northwest 0 2 0 2 Waverly 0 3 0 2 TVC-OHIO Overall League Team W L W L Athens 2 0 0 0 Wellston 1 0 0 0 Nelsonville-York 1 0 0 0 Meigs 0 2 0 0 Alexander 0 3 0 0 Vinton County 0 3 0 0

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Lites, Outlaw 4-cylinders and FWD stock 4-cylinders, with other special classes on the racing card throughout the season. Pit gates open at 3 p.m., with hot laps at 6 p.m. and racing set for 7 p.m. General admission is $10 for senior citizens and $12 for adults, kids ages 6-to-12 is $5, and pit admission is $30. Ironically, both track records are held by the 2011 AMRA National Champions — Chris Garnes in the Late Models (13:51) and Kenny Johnson in the Modifieds (14:53). McCown’s Jackson County Speedway would like to thank its 2011 sponsors for their support: Thornsberry & Son Enterprises, Thomas Gas Service, AdverTax, Horsley’s All Star Heating & Cooling, Martin Roofing, AM Commodities LLC, Tim’s Tires & Accessories LLC, C&M Racing Equipment, Affordable Overhead Door, Wellston Complete Auto, Skinner Racing Transmissions, Mapes Towing, Carnes Realty — Isaac Ransdell, GEE Drafting Services, Graphic Creations Motorsports Graphics and Poske Performance Parts. Malta Doors and Windows is the title sponsor of the AMRA Modifieds and TruTech Automotive for the Late Models for 2011. Other fine sponsors of the MALTA AMRA Modified series are Dave Poske’s Performance Parts, Wrisco, Hoosier/Hoosier Tire Ohio Valley, Carthage Auto Parts, PBM Performance Products, AERO Racing Wheels, Rocket Chassis, Bell Racing, Lincoln Welders, Racersmate, Hypercoils, Bazell Race Fuels, Alky Racing Alcohol, Kluhsman Racing Components (KRC), Evans Vinyl Signs, WV Tax & Bookkeeping, Winters Performance, Bilstein Shocks, PST Drive Shafts, Schoenfield, Killer Bee Race Bodies, The Bumper Man and Pike Street Lanes. More details can be acquired by visiting www.jacksoncospeedway.com, www.maltawindows.net, or www.amramodified.com.

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Ironmen lose grip on Tigers in opener GREENFIELD — The Jackson High School boys basketball team caged the McClain Tigers with a first-quarter shutout on Friday night. But then the Tigers erupted out of their proverbial cage, and declawed the Ironmen over the final three periods. After blanking host McClain 10-0 in the first frame, the Ironmen were outscored by a whopping 60-31 the rest of the way, en route to a 60-41 non-league loss at Greenfield. The contest marked the season opener for both clubs. The Ironmen, initially at least, overcame the loss of head coach Heath McKinniss, who was serving the first game of a school-imposed suspension which concludes on Dec. 16. But Jackson was outscored 20-13, 18-12 and finally 22-6 in the final three cantos to suffer the lopsided loss. The Ironmen’s 10-0 lead at the first stop was sliced to 2320 at halftime, and evaporated into a 38-35 deficit after three quarters. The Tigers roared for 22 points in the fourth, while

stymieing the Ironmen to only six. Speaking of 22, McClain freshman Ryan Faulconer poured in that game-high amount on 10 field goals and a pair of made free throws. Evan Mustard made eight free throws toward 10 points, as four Tigers tallied a threepoint goal apiece. Jackson senior Colt Chapman led the Ironmen with 13 points on six field goals, one of which was a slam dunk. Clay Staker added eight on two field goals and three made free throws, as Luke Eisnaugle added six points (two field goals and two free throws) and Alec Ray recorded five free throws. Staker and Tyler Neal knocked down a three apiece. McClain held an 18-13 advantage in total field goals, as both teams missed eight free throws (Jackson 13-of-21 and McClain 12-of-20). The turnovers (JHS 12, MHS 13) and fouls (JHS 19, MHS 18) were almost identical. The Ironmen return to the road, and return to non-league action, tonight at Wheelersburg.

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Teresa K. Holley, Broker: 286-4663 AUDREY TIPTON............................. 286-3875 GARY CANTER ................................ 384-3608 THOMAS SCHEFFER........................ 988-0629 MARY BALL ..................................... 988-1381 AMY STRATTON ............................. 286-8160 LINDA KEEFER................................. 577-3255 JAMES WILLIAMSON...................... 682-7073 ROGER HAMMOND........................ 418-3777 JAMES LLOYD................................. 988-6006

KRISTA BROWN .............................. 418-7530 JILL NEWMAN................................. 988-2011 SALLY PATTERSON .......................... 577-8731 DORENA FISCHER ........................... 286-3429 JANICE CAREY ................................ 395-7649 SCOTT ADKINS .............................. 286-1908 MATT WALDRON ............................ 395-6941 SHIRLENE GOFF .............................. 418-6374

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AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified-job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. (877)676.3836. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM HOME. Medical, Business, Paralegal, Accounting, Criminal Justice. Job Placement Assistance. Computer Available. Financial Aid if Qualified. Call 877.295.1667. www.CenturaOnline.com. NRA-CCW PISTOL-COURSE ONE DAY CLASS $90 TEA PARTY FRIENDLY. @740.286.2213.

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CDL-A DRIVERS NEEDED! We have the miles! OTR Positions available! Teams needed! Class A CDL & Hazmat Reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. 800.942.204 ext. 7307 or 7308 www.totalms.com.

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DRIVERS, WERNER NEEDS YOU! Immediate Opps Await! No CDL? No problem! 16 day training available w/Roadmaster. Call Today! 1.866467.0061. EXPERIENCED TANKER DRIVERS NEEDED! Excellent hometime. More $$ plenty of miles. Steady frieght. Call Prime, Inc. Today! 800.277.0212. or www.primeinc.com. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR For mortgage inspections in Vinton, Jackson, Ross and Pike counties. No exp necessary, will train. Must have computer, internet service, digital camera & reliable transportation. Send resume or brief work history. county you live in & photo of a house to jwhite@jackwalkerfs.com . Call for more information: 614-329-7280 or 614-599-4112 LIFE AGENTS Earn $500 a Day.Great Agent Benefits. Commissions Paid Daily. Liberal underwriting. Leads, Leads, Leads. Life Insurance, License Required. Call 1.888.713.6020.

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PARALEGAL FOR SOUTHEAST OHIO ATTORNEYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S OFFICE. Bankruptcy experience, excellent communication & MS Office skills required. Permanent, f/t, competitive wage. For details on this position and more, or to apply, visit www. careerconnections.info. No fees. EOE.

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CARS WANTED! PayMax car Buyers pays the MAX! One Call gets you TOP DOLLAR offer on any year, make or model car. 1-888-PAYMAX-7 (1-888-729-6297). CDL, LOADER, GRINDER Experience preferred Manager skills needed Salary and benefits Send Resume to: Blind Box CDL700 ACM Ohio 9300 Johnson Rd. PO Box 4210 Athens, OH 45701 CDL-A DRIVERS NEEDED! Steady miles, new equipment, regular hometime, dry van and flatbed ($500 Sign-on for flatbed). Benefits after 30 days! CDL Graduates needed. 888.801.5295.

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TOP PAY ON EXCELLENT RUNS! Regional runs, excellent miles, weekly hometime. New equipment. CDL-A, 6 mo. experience required. EEOE/AAP 1.866.322.4039 www.Drive-4Marten.com. Vinton County manufacturing company, located on SR 93, is seeking a qualified candidate for our FT OFFICE ASSISTANT POSITION. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to: data entry, answering the phones and filing. The ideal candidate should have at least 2-4 years office experience, efficiency with computers, and a positive attitude. We offer excellent benefits including 401k, medical, vacation and competitive pay. Please submit your resume to vintoncountybusiness@gmail.com .

â&#x20AC;&#x153;YOU GOT THE DRIVE, WE HAVE THE DIRECTIONâ&#x20AC;? OTR Drivers APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass. Pets/ Passengers Policy. Newer equipment. 100% No touch. 1.800.528.7825.

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DENTAL ASSISTANT Send resume to: P.O. Box 270 Jackson, OH 45640.

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Office/Clerical

LOCAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY HAS A PART/FULL TIME CLERICAL/BOOKKEEPER POSITION available. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, non smoker and experience in clerical/bookkeeping. Our employees know about this ad. Please send resumes to: â&#x20AC;&#x153;CLERICALâ&#x20AC;? P.O. BOX 270 JACKSON, OH 45640.

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DRIVERS/CDL TRAINING CAREER CENTRAL NO MONEY DOWN CDL TRAINING. WORK FOR US OR LET US WORK FOR YOU! UNBEATABLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES. *TRAINEE* COMPANY DRIVER* LEASE OPERATOR EARN UP TO $51k* LEASE TRAINERS EARN UP TO $80k. 877.369.7209 www.centraltruckdrivingjobs.net

RUN WITH A LEADER! Dry Van and Flatbed Freight! Offering Top Miles, Excellent Equipment, Benefits, after 90 days and regular hometime. CDL-A 6 mos OTR 888.801.5295. WOOD TRUCKING, INC./MCT. Job guaranteed after FREE 3 week CDL-A Training. Live within 100 mile radius of Wauseon, Ohio 1-800-621-4878, Also Hiring Drivers!

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1-2 BDR. APARTMENTS @63 Church St., Jackson. 1BDR.-$325/mo. 740.531.0507/418.3360. 1-BDR APARTMENT stove/refrigerator furnished, pay own utilities, w/d hookup/utility-room. $350/mo., $350/dep., 740.286.6075. 1BDR. APARTMENT in Wellston, utilities except gas & electricity included. $420/mo., +dep./ref. req. 740.384.6789/John/Sue Jackson. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 1-2-3 BDR. newly renovated apartments, all no smoking or pets. Deposit required. 740.418.3681.

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110-FLORENCE AVE. 3bd., 1ba, quiet street, fridge and stove, w/d hookup, $600/month $600/dep, no pets, background check and references required. 740-253-1434. 2BDR. HOUSE Jackson, $575/mo., $250/dep. 740.352.6222. 3 BDRM, 1BA HOME, CENTRAL AIR, NATURAL GAS, @421 E. THIRD STREET, WELLSTON. $575/MO.+ $500 DEP. 740.804.5912/CELL#. 3BDR HOUSE in Jackson area, country location,Jackson schools. 2.5 acres. $600/mo. + $600/dep. References are a must! Call 740-288-4010. 3BDR. 1 BA. High efficiency gas heat, C/A, @701 South Connecticut St.,Wellston. $525/mo.+ $500/dep. 740.804.5912. 3BDR., 2BA. home w/inground pool, 1mi. from Jackson. First-last-deposit-$2,500. 740.288.5059. 3BR, ALL ELECTRIC, on Carson Street in Jackson. $600/mo. + utilities and deposit. Call 740-286-3983 or 740-418-8786. 3BR,2BA, 2 CAR garage Ranch home in Oak Hill. $850/mth + $850 dep. Call 740-418-6895. 4BDR. 1 BA, w/C/A, natural gas-heat 31 E. 11th. St., Wellston. $575/mo., $500/dep. 740-804-5912.

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Manufactured Home-Rent

2BDR MOBILEHOME In Strickland Mobile Home Park in Oak Hill. $390/mo., $390/dep. 740.682.7823.

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Commercial Rentals

COMMERCIAL RENTAL SPACE FOR LEASE ACROSS FROM THE COURTHOUSE, ON MAIN ST., JACKSON $425.00(M) UTILITIES INCLUDED. 740-590-8529.

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OFFICE SPACE/RETAIL SPACE FOR-RENT 2-GREAT LOCATIONS, 1-OFF MAIN ST., JACKSON, 1-OFF SR32. ALL SIZES AVAILABLE. 740.286.7312.

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CABINS FOR RENT IN CANADA. Walleyes, perch, northerns, birds, wildlife, pristine nature. Boats, motors, gas included. Call Hugh or Doris toll free 800.426.2550 for free brochure. Or look at our website: www.bestfishing.com.

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MOUNTAIN MEADOW ESTATES 36 ideal home sites, comprised of beautiful lots from level to rolling meadows. Lots range in size from 1.178 to 5.957 acres. Telephone/Electric/Wat er/Cable and High Speed Internet Some lots also have wooded areas. Two lots available with ponds. www.MountainMeadowEstates. com

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J&K CONTRACTING Albany, Ohio 740-698-3521

LENDING OPPORTUNITY NOTICE *********************** Borrow SMART! Contact the Ohio Division of Financial Institutions Office of Consumer Affairs BEFORE! you refinance your home or obtain a loan. BEWARE! of requests for any large advance payment of fees or insurance. Call the Office of Consumer Affairs toll-free @1.866.278.0003 to learn if the mortgage broker or lender is properly licensed. (This notice is a public service announcement) of THE JACKSON COUNTY TIMES-JOURNAL MCARTHUR 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Move-in ready. 2 car garage, storage building many updated features. $110,000. Call 740-773-3117.

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Dozer Backhoe  Dumptruck Over 30 years experience. For Quality Service and Dependability Call 740.384.5408, cell#418.6999/Bob.

COMMERCIAL & Residential Metal Studs, Drywall, Room Additions, Remodeling, Acoustic Ceiling, Polebarns, Concrete, Metal & Shingle Roofing, Vinyl & Wood Siding, Doors, Windows, Decks, Etc One Call, We do it all! 20 Years Experience 10% Senior Discount Bonded and Insured Free Estimates

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Computer/Electric/Office

SOUTHERN OHIO COMPUTER SERVICES. SECURITY SYSTEMS, COMPUTER REPAIRS, VIRUS REMOVAL, NETWORKING, BUY AND SELL COMPUTERS. 740.710.2121.

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Cleaning Services

BUSY SCHEDULE need help with house cleaning call Tonya Johnson @ 740-988-2125.

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FOR SALE NORDIC TRAC treadmill. Call 740-682-7823.

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Wanted to Buy

DIABETIC TEST STRIPS. Paying up to $15.00 per 100 strips. Call Alan Toll-Free 1.888.775.3782. www.diabeticteststripswanted.com

DIABETIC TEST STRIPS. Paying up to $15.00 per 100 strips. Call Alan Toll-Free 1.888.775.3782. www.diabeticteststripswanted.com

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Misc. Services

REACH 2 MILLION NEWSPAPER READERS with one ad placement. Only $295.00. Ohioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best community newspapers. Call Kathy at AdOhio Statewide Classified Network, 614.486.6677, or E-MAIL at: mccutcheon@adohio.net or check out our website at: www.adohio.net. REACH OVER ONE MILLION OHIO ADULTS with one ad placement. Only $975.00. Ask your local newspaper about our 2x2 Display Network or call Kathy at 614.486.6677/E-mail kmccutcheon@adohio.net. or check out our website:www.adohio.net.

Home Services

Manufactured Home/Sale

ATTN:COMPLETE Turn Key Homes. Available now with Land Improvement Packages!! Your Land or Family Land. Call TODAY TO APPLY!! 866.597.2083. OHIO HOUSING AT KENTUCKY PRICES!! Apply online & view our models on display from the comfort of your own home. www.claytonhomesgrayson.com

Legendary Service Award WINNER Nine Consecutive years!! 606.474.2083.

JACKSON OHIO PREMIER ROOFING AND CONTRACTING Specialized-roofing/siding/painting/ electrical/plumbing/floo ring:wood/vinyl/ceramic tile-flooring/decks/ windows/garages & additions. Insured/bonded/ licensed. We work with all insurance companies and cover all deductibles. 740.418.6113. JET-AERATION Motors-repaired; New/rebuilt in stock. RON EVANS ENTERPRISES 740.286.5930.

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Mon.-Sat. 8-12, 1-5. Sunday 1-5pm APPLES, MANY VARIETIES AVAILABLE! Jellies/Cider/Jams & more! CO. RD. 46, 2054 ORPHEUS RD THURMAN/OFF SR 35 WATCH FOR THE SIGNS! 740.286.4584

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2001-GRAN MARQUIS, White, exc. cond., new tires, 93,000 miles. PRICE REDUCED! $4500/OBO. 740.577.7736. Wanted to Buy

$$WE-BUY$$ Unwanted/junk carstrucks/scrap metal/tin/appliances/aluminum/copper, call for current prices @STAR RECYCLING 52 E. Broadway St. Jackson, OH.740.286.3752.

Due to the holidays the Scioto Township Trustees December meeting has been changed to Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 7 p.m. at the Township Building. The 2012 organizational meeting will follow the regular meeting. Scioto Township Board of Trustees 'RQQD.HOOHU)LVFDO2IĂ&#x20AC;FHU JTJ-12/6/2011 7032740

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Legal Notices

LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON TAX BUDGET

Two copies of the Tax Budget as tentatively adopted for the South Central OH Regional Juvenile Detention Center of 182 Cattail Road, Chillicothe, 2KLRLQ5RVV&RXQW\2KLRDUHRQĂ&#x20AC;OHLQWKH RIĂ&#x20AC;FH RI WKH &RXQW\$XGLWRU RI VDLG 5RVV &RXQty. These are for public inspection; and a Public Hearing on said Budget will be held at the South Central OH Regional Juvenile Detention Center, 182 Cattail Rd., Chillicothe, OH 45601 in said Ross County, on Tuesday, the 20th day of December, 2011, at 7:00 oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;clock P.M.

Livestock

ANGUS HEIFERS & BULLS HIGH EPDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OVER 40 YRS PERFORMANCE SELECTION, top bloodlines, several great show heifers. Priced reasonably. Call 740.286.5395 or 740.418.0633.

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HAS SEASONED FIREWOOD. Accepting HEAP Vouchers. For pricing & directions call 740.384-6988.

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Firewood

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Condos for Sale

BRAND NEW CONDO FORECLOSURE! Southwest Florida Coast! 2bdr/2ba, only $129,900! (Similar unit sold for $325K) Stainless, granite, storage, covered parking, close to golf, 5 minutes-downtown & Gulf! Ask about our $500 travel reimbursement pkg. Call now (877)888.7601, 52.

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Home Services

SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED Local health departments recommend every 3-5 years. RON EVANS ENTERPRISES Jackson, Ohio 800.537.9528.

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Motorcycles/ATVs

2005 HARLEY Davidson Superglide. 3700 miles, excellent condition, sundowner seat, removable windshield, lots of chrome. $8,995. Phone 614-204-2019.

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Vans/Mini Vans

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;96 WINDSTAR-LX VAN WHEELCHAIR CONVERSION Lowered floor with kneel, ramp and straps, A/C, radio, AM/FM cassette All Work well! Under 60,000-miles. $8,900 CALL: (740)380-2664

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LEGAL NOTICE The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has scheduled a public hearing in Case No. 11-5675-RR-RCP, on a request for an exemption for school buses and other motor vehicles carrying certain hazardous materials from stopping at the following grade crossings located within the City of Jackson, as well as Jefferson Township and Madison Township, Jackson County, Ohio: Franklin Valley Road (151476P), Clay Banner Road (151477W), Zane Oak Road (151478D), State Route 93 (151479K), Harmon Road (151480E), John Evans Road (151482T), South Front Street (151483A), Foodland East (151488J), Cross Street (151489R), Main Street (15149OK), Hill Street (151492Y), Maple Street (151493F), Davis Avenue (151495U), Cedar Street (151496B), Knigge Road (151498P), State Route 93 (151499W), Boggs Road (151502C), Arch Campbell Road (151505X), Blackfork Station Road (151506E), Monroe-Hickory Road (15152BE), Monroe Hollow Road (151529L), and FoodIand West (914784F). The purpose of the hearing will be to take public comment regarding the exemption request. The hearing will be held on December 16, 2011, at 1:00 p.m., at the lma Jean Davis Memorial, 415 North Front Street, Oak Hill, Ohio 45656. For additional information regarding this matter, contact the Commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hotline at 1-800-686-7826. The hearing impaired can reach the Commission via TTY at 1-800-686-1570 or, in Columbus, at 4668180. TJ - 12/6-11

LEVI BYLER HOME IMPROVEMENT Siding-roofing-porchesroom additions-remodeling kitchens/bathroomswindows. Insured 740.286.6724418.7587.

EDEN PURE HEATERS Now in stock! STOP BY

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2011 CHEVY CAMARO Summit white, 1,558 miles,fully loaded, Can be seen @ 50 N David Ave., Jackson. Call 740-286-5430.

LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT The City of Jackson, Ohio, intends to contract for Engineering Services in connection with the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent Management Systemâ&#x20AC;?. Engineering firms interested in being considered for a contract to provide the required services should reply with a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Statement of Qualificationsâ&#x20AC;? no later than 1:00 P.M. on Tuesday, December 27,2011. Statements received after this deadline will not be considered. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Statements of Qualificationsâ&#x20AC;? should include information regarding the firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history; education and experience of owners and key technical personnel; the technical expertise of the firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current staff; the firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s experience in designing similar projects; availability of staff; the firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s equipment and facilities; references; and any previous work performed for the City of Jackson, Ohio. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Statements of Qualificationsâ&#x20AC;? should be transmitted to: William R. Sheward, Jr., Director of Public Service/Safety, City of Jackson, Ohio, 145 Broadway St., Jackson, OH 45640-1656. As required by Ohio Revised Code 153.65-71, responding firms will be evaluated and ranked in order of their qualifications. Following this evaluation, the City of Jackson, Ohio, will enter into contract negotiations with the most highly-qualified firm. The preliminary project description is as follows:

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Name of Project -Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent Management System Location -225 Wood Ave., Jackson, OH 45640 Description -Design; SECAP Scheduled Improvements, Miscellaneous Plant Improvements, Provide: Bidding Services, Construction Services Total Project Budget -$5,700,000.00

No Matter What You Are In The Marketplace For, Our Directory Can Track Down Local Businesses From All Over The Ohio Valley Area Including: Parkersburg, Lancaster, Circleville, Zanesville, New Lexington, Logan, Jackson, Athens, Waverly, McArthur and More!

Source of Funding-Have applied for, or will be applying for: ARC -$250,000.00 OPWC -$500,000.00 OWDA -$1,150,000.00 LOCAL -$380,000.00 USDA -$3,420,000.00 Project scheduleAnticipated dates for design start-up/completion 3/2012 -3/2013 Anticipated dates for construction start-up/completion -3/2013 -6/2015 TJ-11/29,12/6 - 2cwc 7031300


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Christmas

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Scenes from the Wellston Lionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club Christmas Parade Field Commander Morgan Potts leading his WHS Marching Rockets.

Visit www.timesjournal.com and view the video that accompanies this story.

Wellston Coal Festival Queen and Court are pictured waving to the crowd. Go to www.timesjournal.com

RIGHTâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; t h e We l l s t o n Girl Scouts a n d Brownie troops walk the parade route.

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Wellstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts are pictured taking part in the parade.

Attention Former PGDP/USEC Workers Photo by Jeremiah Shaver

Join us for an important townhall meeting to address: * )!  # && * !&  !  %' )! *  " &" #      !D.C.

Santa Claus visits Wellston

You better watch out, you better not cry, better not pout, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town. Over the weekend Santa Claus made his rounds in Jackson County. One of his many stops was in Wellston. He was in the annual Wellston Lionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club Christmas parade. After the parade Santa made a stop at the city building so the children could visit with him and tell him what they wanted for Christmas. Hayden Steele pictured above is checking out his bag of candy from Santa. Wellston Lionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club member Charlie Patton stated, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Lions Club has done the Christmas parade for 29 or 30 year now.â&#x20AC;? Go to www.timesjournal.com for video and more pictures from the Wellston Lionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club Christmas parade.

Thursday, December 15th 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Comfort Inn Conference Room 605 E. Main Street Jackson, OH 45640 Located on the Corner of Main and Huron St.

E. Main Street, JACKSON Debbie Lombardo GM 740-286-6386

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