The Telegram News
November 20, 2019
  • Leo Petroglyph historical site damaged
    Leo Petroglyph historical site damaged

    The fact that Jackson County is home to one of the oldest archeological sites related to American Indian history -- the Leo Petroglyphs -- is something that any local resident can be proud of. A large sandstone slab contains some 37 drawings, or petroglyphs, made by native peoples approximately 700-1,000 years ago.

  • 60s tunes, Christmas charity reign at concert
    60s tunes, Christmas charity reign at concert
    A sold-out show hit the Markay Cultural Arts Center stage on Friday, Nov. 15, as a “Remembering the 60’s Concert” took everyone a step back in time -- and all for a good cause. 
  • Investigators seek tips
in 2016 Vinton County fire
    Investigators seek tips in 2016 Vinton County fire

    State and local officials are offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information regarding a May 2016 structure fire that claimed the life of a 5-year-old girl near Londonderry in Vinton County. Information about the investigation and reward was released Wednesday. Nov. 13, by the Vinton County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and the Division of State Fire Marshal’s Fire and Explosion Investigation Bureau (FEIB).

  • THE RETURN- 30 years later
    THE RETURN- 30 years later
    New officeholders, positive developments at the fairgrounds and exciting news about the lead entertainment for the 2020 Jackson County Fair were the headlines when the Jackson County Agricultural Society (Fair Board) conducted its Annual Dinner/Meeting and Buyers Appreciation Dinner Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, at the OSU/County Extension Center.
    
Leo Petroglyph historical site damaged60s tunes, Christmas charity reign at concertInvestigators seek tips
in 2016 Vinton County fire
THE RETURN- 30 years later
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  • Leo Petroglyph historical site damaged

    The fact that Jackson County is home to one of the oldest archeological sites related to American Indian history -- the Leo Petroglyphs -- is something that any local resident can be proud of. A large sandstone slab contains some 37 drawings, or petroglyphs, made by native peoples approximately 700-1,000 years ago.

  • Acclaimed singer/storyteller to Lake Hope this Saturday

    November is National Native American Heritage Month and Lake Hope State Park near Zaleski in Vinton County is celebrating by discovering more about the Native American and Appalachian culture through storytelling and song.



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