FEBRUARY 14, 1959
Winners of American Legion essay contest in Senecaville-Richland High School are: Dale Channel and Donna Denver, ninth grade; Jerry Hill and Carol Ruby, tenth grade; William Bates and Susan Wilson, eleventh grade; Jerry Lucas and Janice Kellar, twelfth grade.
FEBRUARY 14, 1969
Lt. Allan Laird is elected planning officer for the Tuscarawas Valley Regional Law Enforcement Planning Committee.
FEBRUARY 14, 1979
Cambridge Country Club announces new officers: Roy Morris, president; Edward Alexander, vice president; James Wright, secretary/treasurer.
FEBRUARY 14, 1989
Louis "Bud" Rockwell, Barnesville, is the new president of the Ohio Fruit Growers Society. Rockwell, an Ohio State graduate in horticulture, is a partner in the family owned Rockwell Orchards of Barnesville.
FEBRUARY 14, 1999
TW Metals has acquired a new saw that will cut aluminum plates up to 12 inches thick. Bill Dotson, operations manager at the TW Metals' Cambridge Processing Center, oversees Jerry Bates as he prepares the saw for a cut.
FEBRUARY 14, 2009
Three generations of a Scouting family with their Pinewood Derby trophies, are William Jason Bogart, a Cambridge third grader and Bear Cub with Pack 520 who is pictured with his participation trophy and his car; William Brad Bogart pictured with the trophy and car he received second place with in 1986; and William Bruce Bogart with the trophy and car he received second place with in 1959.