Four men were arrested in three separate incidents this week in Marshall County, with large amounts of marijuana being discovered at two different residences Wednesday afternoon, police on patrol in Benwood responded to a call complaining of a strong odor of marijuana. While investigating a residence at 2124 Marshall St., police allegedly saw a large jar of marijuana. A total of 75 grams of the drug allegedly was found, along with a scale, inside the home. The two men in the house, Travis Whitfield, 26 of McMechen, and Quinton Pozell, 26 of Benwood, consented to a search of the home, where Pozell lives, according to a criminal complaint. Whitfield and Pozell were both arrested and charged with possession with intent to deliver, a felony. Both remain lodged at the Northern Regional Jail in…
Polk County gets a good soaking from rain
The drought may not be over yet but a week of rain has made a dent in it and more rain is likely coming our way, according to the National Weather Service.
City of Sedalia improving code enforcement
More work is being done to combat code enforcement issues in the City of Sedalia, as reported during Monday night’s Sedalia City Council meeting.
Outdoor class inspires students to learn, create
Joshua Bradford swirls his brush in the oval of red watercolor paint, then considers his paper before adding more color. With every swish of the brush, his rainbow trout comes alive on the page — a green bottom, a red top, and a blue tail. After a close inspection of
Taylor Swift's new song comes out Thursday, new album due Nov. 10
Taylor Swift is done with cryptic messages on social media. The pop queen broke her silence Wednesday, revealing the name and release date of her next album.
Geisinger partners for new projects
GHS and Highmark planning to build a Montoursville site Published: May 11, 2017 DANVILLE — Geisinger Health System and Pittsburgh-based insurance giant Highmark plan to join forces to build a medical campus in Montoursville, targeting...
Kamiak sophomore wins 4 events
Courtesy of: Jen Dumas Simone Dumas-Guzman, a sophomore at Kamiak High School, took first place in her age group in the beam, vault, bars and all-around events at the Washington State Optional Championships March 17-20 in Vancouver. Dumas-Guzman, a Level 8 gymnast, also took third in the floor event and was fourth across all age groups. She was one of eight gymnasts selected to represent Washington at the Region 2 Championships April 7-9 in Boise, Idaho.
How Home Health Can Win the Readmissions Numbers Game
Home health agencies might succeed in reducing hospital readmissions if they think of it as a numbers game. In fact, the number of home health visits during the first week post-discharge may play a…
Woman charged with theft from Bristol Care
A Sedalia woman has been charged with forgery and stealing from a local business.Patricia R.
Dave Wood: Miserable sidewalk is no longer a joke
Years back, I promised readers to never again complain about how the city ignores my diatribes about the miserable conditions of the sidewalk in front of our house on Walnut Street. The sidewalk gets worse and worse, one paver juts out 2 inches over regulation.