Kidder Law office opens in Cadiz | News, Sports, Jobs – The Herald … – The Steubenville Herald-Star


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A ribbon-cutting for the open house of the Kidder Law office, 131 W. Market Street, Cadiz, was held May 19. Many citizens attended to view the renovations done to a building built on the site after an opera house burned down in 1881. When rebuilt on the West Market Street business block, it was Valley Rentals, and the Bureau of Mines for awhile. Apartments are still on the third floor as in the past. Building material from throughout Cadiz has been used to complete an industrial look, with high tin roof ceilings, according to Shelley Coffelt, who, with her husband, James, own the building. The law firm opened last fall but renovation has just been completed. From left are, Charles L. Kidder, Annette McCue, Melissa Everhart and Charles Campisano. — Esther McCoy

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Kidder Law office opens in Cadiz – The Daily Times


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A ribbon-cutting for the open house of the Kidder Law office, 131 W. Market Street, Cadiz, was held May 19. Many citizens attended to view the renovations done to a building built on the site after an opera house burned down in 1881. When rebuilt on the West Market Street business block, it was Valley Rentals, and the Bureau of Mines for awhile. Apartments are still on the third floor as in the past. Building material from throughout Cadiz has been used to complete an industrial look, with high tin roof ceilings, according to Shelley Coffelt, who, with her husband, James, own the building. The law firm opened last fall but renovation has just been completed. From left are, Charles L. Kidder, Annette McCue, Melissa Everhart and Charles Campisano. — Esther McCoy

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Cadiz students receive $25,000 in scholarships | News, Sports, Jobs … – Martins Ferry Times Leader

The Cadiz High School Alumni Association announced its annual scholarship recipients at the Harrison Central High School Awards Assembly on May 17, awarding a total of $25,000 to 25 Harrison Central High School seniors as they prepare to move on to the adult world and go to their chosen fields of study at a variety of colleges and universities.

The scholarships are awarded annually every spring by the association, which gets the money from an endowment fund established by the organization that has grown from donations by alumni and friends of the organization. The process to obtain a scholarship is extensive, with students having to achieve a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, as well as being interviewed by the organization. The Scholarship Committee consists of F.G. Gregory, Susan Zinko Jamison, Jon Kirkland, Patti Maffitt Sabo and Jeannie Moreland Wheeler, who work together to select the students, announcing their decisions each spring as the school year winds down.

This year, scholarships were awarded to the following students: Malania Birney, Megan Stackhouse, Bailie Ray, Kayla Best, Rachel Morrison, Micheline Rexroad, Gabriella Kanters, Zachary Stubblefield, Tori Edwards, Jorden Brown, Jacob Barr, Hannah Warrington, Caitlin Emhoff, Angus Whiteman, Nathaniel Clemmons, Alexia Dowdle, Kylee Rose, Logan Starr, Zach Matusik, Abby Keller, Alexis Watkins, Breanna Johnson, Gabreille Stringer, Cierra Frye and Sabrina Mitchell.

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