The Highland County Republican Party held their annual Lincoln Day Dinner before a large crowd. Nearly 160 attendees enjoyed a buffet dinner by Shoelaces Catering at the Hillsboro Global Methodist Church on Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Brandon Stratton, one of two Republican candidates for Highland County sheriff appearing on the March 19 primary ballot, recently sat down with The Highland County Press to discuss his over 20-year career with the Highland County Sheriff’s Office.
Randy Sanders, one of two Republican candidates for Highland County sheriff appearing on the March 19 primary ballot, recently sat down with The Highland County Press to discuss his 40-year career in law enforcement.
An emergency hearing was held Thursday afternoon in Highland County Juvenile Court, where Judge Kevin Greer ordered a young child to be placed in the temporary custody of Highland County Children Services.
South Central Power Company, an electric cooperative serving more than 125,000 member-owners across 24 Ohio counties, has completed construction on the first phase of its new high-speed fiber internet service network, connectSCP.
2023-24 Highland County Boys Basketball Leading Scorers. Varsity, regular-season stats only. Players must play in a majority of games for consideration. All stats compiled by The Highland County Press. Final Regular-Season Standings. Please send questions or corrections to email@example.com.
In a brief special meeting Thursday, Feb. 22, members of the Highland County Land Reutilization Corporation (land bank) board awarded demolition bids for seven properties to Evans Landscaping, while they also added two more parcels to a list for potential future demolition.
Over 100 high school students representing all five school districts in Highland County will participate in a Manufacturing Awareness Day on Feb. 29, an experience made possible by the Highland County ACCESS Program. This day will provide students exclusive tours of eight prominent local manufacturing facilities.
Highland County commissioners David Daniels, Brad Roades and Terry Britton heard reports from leaders of several different county offices — on topics including workforce development, the state of the recorder’s office and permissive sales tax receipts — during their Wednesday, Feb. 21 meeting.