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Briefs for Marion area... [Read More]
Marion voters will see contested races on the November ballot for city council, school board and treasurer. [Read More]
Star looking for sports photographer... [Read More]
Marion police received reports of sexual battery, assault, abduction and drug abuse this week, while deputies responded to reports of theft. [Read More]
The boy's mother thinks the man should have been punished. [Read More]
River Valley's football seniors have fun at photo day on Friday. [Read More]
Cindy Binns' children museum idea won the Business Plan Competition Thursday night, and was awarded the $2,500 cash prize. [Read More]
River Valley head football coach talks about the upcoming 2017 season. [Read More]
I'm not bashing law enforcement officials or firefighters, for I know there is always a rotten one in a basket of apples which spoils it... [Read More]
First Citizens National Bank is opening a new branch along Ohio 95, despite more and more brick-and-mortar branches closing nationwide. [Read More]
The case of a woman accused of murdering her husband in April was moved to Marion County Common Pleas Court. Indictments were returned against others. [Read More]
Patrol says evidence from scene indicates motorcycle may have been struck by a motor vehicle. [Read More]
The Marion City Digital Academy is closing, leaving about 140 students to enroll in different schools. [Read More]
Dave Logan takes over as athletic director and assistant principal at Mount Gilead High School. [Read More]
New Mount Gilead Athletic Director Dave Logan talks about his coaching staff. [Read More]
The Bible tells us that the church is the "body of Christ." What does that mean? It means that working together with God, we are... [Read More]
Local news from area churches and religious organizations. [Read More]
Marion City Schools board members approved a bid Monday to install new fencing at Harding Stadium, part of an ongoing project to update the stadium. [Read More]
It's back-to-school season, and for some kids, the pain of leaving behind lazy summer days is accompanied by a different kind of pain — shots. [Read More]