Objective Reality Games LLC in Chillicothe has announced plans to expand the application of its augmented reality software for industrial applications and training programs through Objective Reality VR.
This week we celebrated Thanksgiving! Yes, Turkey Day was finally here. And if tradition held true, on this one day the sin of gluttony was conveniently and joyfully ignored. And we are thankful for it, aren’t we?
Jacob Braude tells the story of a man who hadn’t seen an old friend in years. “How is your wife?” the man asked.
Riffle Machine Works, Inc., one of the largest manufacturing employers in Ross County, has announced plans for an expansion project at its location near Chillicothe.
A senior at Shawnee State University, Erika Martin, a Hillsboro native, has had the opportunity to jump-start her own business venture with the help of the Kricker Innovation Hub (KIH) Entrepreneur Fellows program. A member of the SSU women’s golf team, Martin wanted to explore her interests and create her own brand of women’s golf apparel.
Coal Shed Publishing has announced the launch of “The Streets Of Greenfield,” a book by Eric Grate.
Aquaworks Pool & Spa, located in uptown Hillsboro, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting from the Highland County Chamber of Commerce, along with family, friends and members of the community on Nov. 15. It is owned and operated by Avery and Steven Ventura and is located at 406 N. West St. in Hillsboro.
Kristi Alexander with the Highland County Sheriff’s Office accepts a donation from the Hillsboro Woman’s Club for the Shop with a Cop program.
Elaine Gilliland with the Hillsboro City Schools recently accepted a $100 donation from the Hillsboro Woman’s Club for the school’s After Prom program.
Hello! What’s Thanksgiving without sweet potato casserole?