SEPTEMBER 11, 1958

Frank Waers and son, John, reported finding a turtle near Crooked Creek, south of Caldwell, with the date 1895 and the initials JM carved into its shell.

SEPTEMBER 11, 1968

Dr. Eduardo Sequra joined the medical staff at the Cambridge State Hospital.

SEPTEMBER 11, 1978

Amy Gaither and Randy Winters have been crowned queen and king, respectively, of the Junior Fair.

SEPTEMBER 11, 1988

James Hendershot is the Jeffersonian Carrier of the Month for September. He is a junior at Cambridge High School and the son of Jim and Francene Hendershot.

SEPTEMBER 11, 1998

Joe Stanley, of the Quaker City area, recently harvested a 37.5 pound watermelon. When asked what he did to grow the big melon he said, "Nothing special, just a little manure."

SEPTEMBER 11, 2008

A new book by Melanie R. Snapp takes the reader on an incredible journey down the back roads of Appalachia. Most of her poems and stories were inspired by personal experiences, having lived on a farm most of her life. She captures the realism and charm of country and farm life and also the beauty and mystery of nature. Born in Dayton, Snapp has spent most her life in the hills and hollows of Appalachia including Bainbridge, Chillicothe, Ashland and Perrysville.