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Martin pleads guilty to cousin’s 1995 death

Nearly 25 years after Joseph B. Martin died on the railroad tracks near Washington Street, his cousin confessed to his death. Tuesday morning, Lonnie Martin, ... Read more

19 hours ago by Fred Petke.

Local COVID cases trending upward

Virus cases trending upward After leveling off in late spring, coronavirus infections in Clark County have been steadily rising over the summer. As of 4:30 ... Read more

1 day ago by Randy Patrick.

14 COVID cases reported in four days

The Clark County Health Department reported 14 new positive cases of COVID-19 Thursday through Sunday. On Thursday, the department reported five cases, on Friday two, ... Read more

2 days ago by Winchester Sun.

School supplies drive underway

The Stuff the Bus school supplies drive started Saturday, but this year there’s no school bus to stuff. Instead, there are bins just inside the ... Read more

2 days ago by Randy Patrick.

McEldowney gets a makeover

The McEldowney Building, Winchester’s tallest and once one of its proudest old buildings, has seen better times, but its best may still be to come. ... Read more

2 days ago by Randy Patrick.

‘Pray on MLK’ coming Saturday

Local organizers are planning gathering Saturday to be part of a national event on streets named for  the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Pray on ... Read more

2 days ago by Fred Petke.

Police and fire reports for Aug. 4, 2020

CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF Charged — Evan Gibala, 19, of Haymarket, Virginia, was charged Thursday with speeding, reckless driving, no seat belt, possession of marijuana, possession of ... Read more

2 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Schools to go virtual first nine weeks

Clark County public school students will still be returning to classes Sept. 8, but not to classrooms. During an emergency meeting Monday night, the Board ... Read more

2 days ago by Randy Patrick.

Seventh Street project moves forward

The Seventh Street Extension project has been included in the state’s six-year road plan, and Winchester’s city commissioners could decide as early as next week ... Read more

5 days ago by Randy Patrick.

Public health officials track church camp virus outbreak

Public health officials in Marysville, Ohio, are working to track persons with COVID-19 after there was an outbreak of the coronavirus at a church camp ... Read more

6 days ago by Randy Patrick.

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