Bill and Patsy Barnhart have now taken on responsibility for the Lions Club's eye sight mission, succeeding Art Gramann, who chaired the project for more than 40 years.
Eye on the ball––”Wonder Woman” Alyssa Dour is pictured banging out one of her three base hits as she batted and hurled the O&B to a 6-0 win over the Lady Hawks of Carrollton. Dour spun a near-perfect effort just missing a no-hitter giving up a... more
Long throw from short––Kam Portwood is shown unloading a long throw from short in a 4-1 loss by the Lady Blue to Mendon at the Lady Trojans’ Showcase last Saturday. Triopia split for the day when they defeated Pittsfield by a 10-4 final.  (Photo by... more
He flies through the air with the........Tiger shortstop Anthony Severino jumps high in the air to grab a vicious liner against Routt Catholic and turned it into a double play. The O&B defeated previously unbeaten Routt 7-3, finishing second in... more
It’s a Hit! — It was much more than just the name of the show when members of the BHS Varsity Choir hosted clients from the Community Hope and Recovery Center’s day training program to present the musical “It’s a Hit.” The show featured themes of... more

Trivia Too

It was in the 1960’s that on each Easter morning we would load the four kids in the car, all in their pajamas and head for the sunrise church service at the drive-in theater.



During the last six weeks of this term, the Virginia School Board is wrapping up the year and making plans for the next term.


“Jesus did not simply die to save us from our sins; Jesus lived to save us from our sins. His life and teaching show us the way to liberation.” (Rachel Held Evans, Inspired, p. 155)


Triopia vs. Macomb
Triopia visited Macomb last week and the Bombers hung a 9-1 loss on the Big Blue. Mason Fricke took the loss. Macomb outhit the Trojans 10-3 in the losing verdict.


Edna Peterson, 91, of Macomb, formerly of Brooklyn, passed away at 1:16 p.m. Monday, April 15, at The Elms in Macomb.