Fairfield High School product Lesley Hattan has been named by athletic director Jimmy Barnett as they Lady Lions softball coach. She will succeed Mark Dettwiller who resigned recently due to work commitments.
Editor’s note — We’re continuing our tradition of taking a look back each Saturday at some of the important, interesting or even odd events as they were reported during the same week throughout the years, along with interesting advertising features from years gone by.
The Visitors Bureau of Highland County updated the Highland County Board of Commissioners on a successful year of projects at its weekly Wednesday morning meeting.
Hillsboro native Andy Vance will be the guest speaker at Wilmington College’s Agricultural Law class at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 in Room 148 of the Center for the Sciences and Agriculture. The facility is located at the corner of Elm and College streets.
A Hillsboro man charged with having weapons under disability and a forfeiture specification was among 28 people indicted Tuesday by a Highland County grand jury.
William Roller, a local artist and a Greenfield Elementary art teacher, has harnessed a lifelong aptitude for art and a knack for winning contests into a new opportunity to have his work displayed at the COSI Museum in Columbus.
COVID-19 cases in Highland County have gone up slightly, according to the New York Times COVID Tracker. The tracker said Tuesday that the county was seeing 5.6 new cases per day, which is about 13 cases per 100,000 in population.
Faced with an early onset of winter-like temperatures across the region, more than 1,300 students from preschool through high school will begin their Thanksgiving breaks this week better protected from the cold thanks to those who contributed to the Adena Health Foundation’s Coats for Kids campaign.
The First Presbyterian Church on East Main Street in Hillsboro was a key location during the Temperance Crusades of 1873-74, according to historians.
COVID-19 cases in Highland County have risen slightly, according to the New York Times COVID Tracker. The tracker said Tuesday that the county was seeing 5.4 new cases per day, which is about 12 cases per 100,000 in population.