NELSONVILLE — The Appalachian Recovery Project (ARP) will hold a public meeting to discuss the future of the former Nelsonville prison facility on Oct. 15 from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Inn at Hocking College in Nelsonville.
NEW LEXINGTON — Twelve years into the Kat Foundation benefit and the event established a new fundraising record.
Donny Abram (left) and Callie Fout (right) were named the 2018 New Lexington Homecoming King and Queen during Friday night’s Panthers game against the Crooksville Ceramics. The New Lexington Panthers won the game, 22-20. Also pictured is the 2017 Homecoming Queen, Jamie Shuster.
Panther pride was abound Friday night as the annual New Lexington High School Homecoming Parade kicked off in Downtown New Lex, making its way to the football field where the Panthers beat the Crooksville Ceramics 22-20.
In the 2018 football rankings, the Sheridan Generals holds steady in fifth place after their week eight game. Eastmoor Academy (6-1) which held the top spot for three weeks, dropped to second in Division III Region 11. Bellbrook moved into the top place.
The Lady Generals post season run ended at the district tournament Oct. 8, after finishing in fourth place as a team. Sheridan competed in the Division I district tournament at EagleSticks Golf Club where they took fourth place with a score of 395.
Elks Lodge Players of the week for the seventh game of the 2018 high school football season are: Isiah McCune (Miller), CJ Ratliff (New Lexington), Owen Loughman (Sheridan), and Tyler Rambo (Crooksville).