Ohio Election Cards + MC Win Doubleheader + Wrongful Death Costume
Hello, people of Marietta! It’s me again, Christopher Schmitt, your host of the Marietta Daily.
First, today’s weather forecast:
A storm around the afternoon. High: 74 Low: 62.
Here are today’s top stories at Marietta:
- It looks like Congress’ map for the 2022 election will hold up. On Tuesday, a panel of three federal judges rejected a request to stop certification of the May 3 primaries. (Statehouse News Bureau)
- The Marietta College Pioneers won a doubleheader against the Muskies. They won 19-8 in the first game and 10-8 in the second game. (WHIZ)
- The wrongful death lawsuit continues for a 2019 house fire that killed a woman Marietta. (Marietta Times)
- Esther Starner, a senior at Marietta High School, is expected to row for Marietta College in the coming year. (WTAP)
- Ohio observes National Work Zone Awareness Week. ODOT reminds people to be careful when crossing work areas and to watch out for road workers. (Messenger from Athens)
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- Ohio Valley Humane Society – HSOV: “HSOV is delighted to announce a Senior Discount Adoption Program. Adopters age 65 and older can adopt a pet 5 years or older for $40. (Facebook)
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— Christopher Schmitt
About me: Hi, I’m the Community Editor for Patch.com/marietta. I have lived in Marietta most of my life. I graduated from Ohio University’s EW Scripps School of Journalism in 2014. I wrote for a community newspaper before moving to New York to be a national correspondent for IHeartRadio. I look forward to bringing my experience home and providing Marietta with the exceptional journalism she deserves. You can email me at [email protected] or call me at 740-516-4969.