Perry County Tribune - Tuesday's Perry County Tribune Headlines


PAC requests dismissal of Householder civil suit

NEW LEXINGTON — The defendants in a civil suit filed by State Representative Larry Householder have officially requested a dismissal of the… Read more

Real Estate

Sheriff William Barker, David Steele, and Treasurer Melissa Walters to Vincent Sigman, Crooksville & Harrison, $8,800. Read more

Juvenile Court

Judge Luann Cooperrider Read more

Probate Court

Judge Luann Cooperrider Read more

Miller principal's leave extended through final week of school year

CORNING — Miller’s high school principal received a medical leave extension and will not return this school year. Read more

Civil Claims Court

Judge Dean L. Wilson Read more

Fatal injury crash in Perry County claims the life of Rushville man

Fatal Injury Crash on Old Rainer Rd in Perry County Read more


Fisher Catholic sends two Perry County athletes to regionals

Fisher Catholic will be sending two Perry County natives to the Regional Track meet this week. Junior, Elizabeth Vigue, who owns the Mid St… Read more

Hocking College Archery Team Places Third at USA Archery Collegiate National Championships

NELSONVILLE– Hocking College’s Archery Team placed third during last weekend’s USA Archery Collegiate National Championships. Nearly 40 tea… Read more

Minford beats Crooksville in extra innings

CHILLICOTHE- Crooksville’s season ended May 17 in the Division III district semi-final game at Paint’s Stadium with a 3-2 loss to Minford. Read more

Falcons claw Lady Generals, 1-0, in district final

ATHENS- The Lady Generals had a good run this season, winning a sectional and going 22-7 in the regular season and 12-4 in the MVL. Sherida… Read more

Lady Panthers win district semifinal, fall in district final

ATHENS- New Lexington won a sectional title this year and were on their way to a district championship when they were stopped by Waverly, 1… Read more

Phury continues to win

Perry County Phury 10u recently finished third at the USSSA Spring Classic Nat’l Qualifier in Zanesville. For the second straight weekend t… Read more

Sheridan track claims district title

Both Sheridan track teams left their Division II meets as district champions last weekend, qualifying as team to advance to the regionals. … Read more


Prayer vigil at FUMC beginning May 24

The New Lexington First United Methodist Church, located on South High Street, is planning a 24-hour prayer vigil beginning Thursday, May 2… Read more

Barber Joe signing off

After a 52 year career in the barber business, Joe Pacino owner of the Hair Studio in New Lexington announced he will be retiring. Read more

Cruise-In raise cash for future homeless shelter

Doug Kinney of the Church of the Nazarene presents a check in the amount of $1,100 to Judge Luann Cooperrider of the Perry Housing Coalitio… Read more

Volunteers spruce up Veteran's Square

Volunteers recently spent their morning cleaning Monument Square in New Lexington. The workers spread mulch around the plants and shrubbery… Read more

Ohio senator visits Perry County businesses

State Senator Jay Hottinger recently toured businesses and industries in and around Perry County. Among the senator's stops along the tour … Read more

Beats riding the bus!

Eli Noll, a sophomore at Sheridan High School, takes his tractor to school during the recent Sheridan FFA tractor parade during which FFA m… Read more

Hi Mom!

The eighth annual Mother’s Day tea was held for the residents of Arethusa Springs Apartments on May 10. The Mother’s Day luncheon honored m… Read more

New Lex hosts career day

NEW LEXINGTON — Alumni and community members returned to New Lexington High School to share their knowledge of their many diverse careers w… Read more

Somerset Legion Auxiliary preparing for Memorial Day weekend

Somerset American Legion Auxiliary Leo Ryan Unit 58 met May 2 at the hall, with 20 members. Read more

Do You Want To Get Well?

One day Jesus came upon an invalid who had been unable to walk for thirty-eight long years. It was the Sabbath day. Jesus asked him a quest… Read more