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  1. North Adams Fit Trail now completeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | People's Defender

    Shown at the Grand Opening of the North Adams Fit Trail are, kneeling from left, Phillip Thomas, Zach Littleton, David Bender, George Back, Nichole Horsley, Hunter Dunn, Dodge Estle, Robert Scott, and Mike Baldwin; standing, Matt Young, NAHS Principal; Rodney Wallace, OVSD Superintendent; Shay Beighle, North Adams Student Wellness Instructor; Leeann Puckett, Adams County Health and Wellness Coalition Director; Kami Lewis, NAE P.E Instructor; Marsha McCormick, SNAP-Ed Program Assistant, OSU Extension, Adams County; Dane Clark, GE-Peebles; Holly Johnson, Adams County Economic and Community Development Director; Jo Hanson, HR Director, First State Bank; Vohn Hoop, OVCTC Masonry Instructor; Ronald Nolan; Jacob Stevenson; Dakota Hall; Jacob Gilkison; Isaiah Planck; Cody Hall; Nathan Cadwallader; Seth Metcalf; Brent Harper, OVCTC Carpentry Instructor; Debbie Ryan, Adams County Creating Healthy ... (more)

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  2. Locals succeed in district track meetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | People's Defender

    At last week's Division III District Track Meet at Southeastern, Manchester senior Samantha Aldridge takes off as part of one of the relay squads for the Lady Hounds. As part of the 4 x 100 relay team, Aldridge and her teammates narrowly missed a trip to the regional meet, placing fifth.

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  3. Somewhere there sits a very empty stoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | People's Defender

    Another school year has come and gone. Kindergartners have graduated, sixth graders are moving to the frightening hallways of junior high, eighth graders are relinquishing their spot at the top of the totem pole to go back to the bottom, and seniors have moved on into the next phase of their lives.

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  4. County projects ranked in OVRDC caucus meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | People's Defender

    The Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission held their second round caucus meeting to discuss ranking projects in Adams County. The commission discussed and ranked three proposed projects to determine possible funding.

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  5. Skaggs goes wire-to-wire to win OVSCA ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | People's Defender

    For the first time of the season the methanol breathing 410 Sprints roared into Brushcreek Motorsports Complex on Saturday, May 9. Fans have been waiting to see the beasts back on the 3/10 mile track since September of last year. It turned out to be a warm summer-like night and fans were treated to an exciting show from all the classes.

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  6. Ground broken on new nursing homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | People's Defender

    Participating in the groundbreaking for Monarch Meadows Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation and Assisted Living are, from left, David Hughes, mayor of Seaman; Paul Worley, Adams County Commissioner; Matt Smith, Monarch Meadows; Jim Schmidt, architect, Frank Murphy, project developer and Chris Mallett of Continuing Healthcare Solutions. Participating in the groundbreaking for Monarch Meadows Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation and Assisted Living are, from left, David Hughes, mayor of Seaman; Paul Worley, Adams County Commissioner; Matt Smith, Monarch Meadows; Jim Schmidt, architect, Frank Murphy, project developer and Chris Mallett of Continuing Healthcare Solutions.

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  7. Gardening, butterflies set at Peebles LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | People's Defender

    Gardeners of all ages are invited to the Peebles Library 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 to learn about Gardening for Butterflies. Cathy and Sharon will share how you can choose plants that attract butterflies, select plants for your garden that encourage native butterflies, and how different plants support each stage of the butterfly's life cycle.

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  8. Gilkey donates windows to churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | People's Defender

    Back around Christmas-time, I took my cousin Mike to Frisch's for lunch. A gentleman in the next booth recognized Mike from his television commercial.

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  9. General Electric hosts EnvirothonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | People's Defender

    Adams Soil and Water Conservation District conducted the 11th annual local Envirothon on March 24. The Envirothon is an academic team competition that tests in the areas of forestry, wildlife, aquatics and soils. Teams consist of up to five high school students working together to complete one test.

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  10. Lady Hounds top Peebles in shootoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | People's Defender

    Manchester senior catcher Brooklyn Chaney gets ready to lose her mask to make a play during last week's 16-13 win over the Peebles Lady Indians. Manchester senior catcher Brooklyn Chaney gets ready to lose her mask to make a play during last week's 16-13 win over the Peebles Lady Indians.

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  11. Big first inning propels IndiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | People's Defender

    Peebles' Lane Hanson skips across the plate to score one of the 14 runs that the Indians posted in their 14-2 sectional tournament win over Western on May 9. Hanson had two hits and drove home three runs in the win. An 11-run first inning usually means a win and 14 runs in your first two at-bats will usually seal the deal and that was exactly the case for the Peebles Indians baseball squad as they opened postseason play on May 9. The Indians, seeded No.

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  12. Indians rally for SHAC winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | People's Defender

    Somewhere in that pile of dust around home plate is Peebles' Alex Seaman, sliding home head first to score a run in the Indians' 8-7 win over Ripley on May 4 in Southern Hills Athletic Conference action. Somewhere in that pile of dust around home plate is Peebles' Alex Seaman, sliding home head first to score a run in the Indians' 8-7 win over Ripley on May 4 in Southern Hills Athletic Conference action.

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  13. Historical monument replacedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | People's Defender

    On May 1, a new monument was revealed designed to replace the old Zane's Trace/Treber Inn monument that was destroyed in an accident in 2014. Shown with the new monument are, from left, Donna Moore, Steve Ryan from the Peebles Monument Company, William J. Sininger and Patricia Stepp.

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  14. Historical monument replacedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | People's Defender

    On May 1, a new monument was revealed designed to replace the old Zane's Trace/Treber Inn monument that was destroyed in an accident in 2014. Shown with the new monument are, from left, Donna Moore, Steve Ryan from the Peebles Monument Company, William J. Sininger and Patricia Stepp.

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  15. Brushcreek readies for 15th season of racingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2015 | People's Defender

    In June of 2001, Tom Partin and Brushcreek Motorsports, LLC opened what was once just a vision. The group of partners lead by the energetic Partin set out two years before to bring a first class racing venue to Peebles, OH.

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  16. Justice earns honorRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2015 | People's Defender

    Ohio Army National Guard Sergeant First Class Shane Hatfield presents Peebles' Beau Justice with a trophy honoring him as the 2015 Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Justice received the award as a result of an online voting contest at JJHuddle.

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  17. Library Week celebrated with activitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2015 | People's Defender

    Last week, the Adams County Public Library celebrated National Library Week with a long list of special events, author visits, and activities at each library. Thank you for helping us celebrate, and for supporting your local public library.

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  18. WU hosts junior high meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | People's Defender

    It was time for the junior high track teams to take center stage on April 11 as West Union High School played host to a junior high meet that brought 14 different squads from around the area to compete in the day's events. When the points were totaled at day's end, it was the girls team from Eastern Brown barely getting by the Fairfield A squad for top honors, while the Hillsboro boys finished on top of their team standings.

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  19. Criminal TrafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2015 | People's Defender

    Tabatha Lynn Gardner, Peebles, complicity, dismissed without prejudice as the Defendant was sentenced to prison in a felony case in Adams County common pleas. Nathan D. Puckett, Winchester, illegal manufacture, dismissed without prejudice.

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  20. Library NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | People's Defender

    The Adams County Public Library is celebrating National Library Week, and we invite you to join us! If you haven't visited the library in some time, now is the perfect chance to stop in and register for a free library card. Access millions of books and movies, including current best sellers, request items be delivered to your closest library branch, use public computers or free wireless Internet, or participate in one of our free events.

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