Jackson Newspapers - Ripley, WV
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Naming your child is a decision with lifetime consequences. Choose a name that will be an asset to your child, not a liability.

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Daniel D. "Dan" Casto, 78 of Homestead, FL, formerly of Ripley passed away, September 29, 2015 at home following a long illness.

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RIPLEY - On September 6, 2015 Ripley Police Department Chief Jim Fridley came before the Ripley City Council along with Toni Tiano from the Mid Ohio Valley’s Safety Program to announce the police department will receive $8,000 in...

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RIPLEY – The Ripley Vikings knew coming into their matchup that the South Charleston Black Eagles possess a high-powered offense, capable of unloading a big play at any moment.  Big plays came early and often for SC in Death...

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FLATWOODS - Weather conditions and Ravenswood’s play on all three sides of the football went south quickly Friday night at Flatwoods, as the Braxton County Eagles torched the Red Devils, 50-6, converting four turnovers into...

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RIPLEY – After Woodrow Wilson snapped the Ripley Vikings’ nine game winning streak with a 4-0 win in Beckley on October 1, they flipped places in the WVHSSCA rankings.  Last Thursday night in Death Valley, the #5 Vikings...

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NEW MARTINSVILLE - Ravenswood’s Red Devilettes (20-13) snapped a four-match, losing skid Thursday with a 25-21, 25-15 volleyball win over Paden City (19-9).

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TIP OF THE WEEKWhen it comes to snacking, there are dozens of ways to answer your cravings.

Updated Oct 12, 2015 at 5:55 PM

Q: Greg I’m looking to purchase a 1955 or 1956 Mercury, hopefully a Montclair two-tone hardtop model. What can you can tell me about current pricing and what to look for in the Mercury models as they were completely changed in 1955 from the 1953 to...

Updated Oct 12, 2015 at 5:52 PM

Columbus Day, observed across most of the United States on the second Monday of October, became a federal holiday in 1937, but many are unfamiliar with the true tale of Christopher Columbus.

Updated Oct 12, 2015 at 3:39 PM

When I was a student in a Catholic grammar school many years ago, Columbus Day was a big deal. The nuns made sure we knew that the famous explorer embraced our own religion, and there was no mention of the revisionist history that has cast him in a...

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