Bill Johnson presented an American flag, which was flown over the U.S. Capitol, to the residents of Richmond on Sunday, June 14, 2015. The village held a program to commemorate its 200th birthday.
Silver Bridge Coffee
On July 1, 2015, Bill Johnson visited the Silver Bridge Coffee roastery in Bidwell. The company is a small, family owned business that takes the coffee business very seriously. Johnson serves Silver Bridge Coffee in his Washington D.C. office.
"Undercover" at Speedway in Lore City
Bill Johnson went "undercover" and worked the register at the Speedway in Lore City on May 26, 2015.
Third Annual Ohio's Sixth District Collaboration Forum
On June 5, 2015, Rep. Johnson hosted his third annual district collaboration forum at the Lafayette Hotel in Marietta. Elected officials from all over the district were invited to participate.
Underground at a Coal Mine Near Salineville
Bill Johnson went underground with coal miners at the Shean Hill Mine near Salineville earlier this winter. The group went about 200 feet down, then traveled 2 miles in a buggy to where mining operations are currently taking place.
Fort Steuben Flagpole Dedication
Rep. Johnson spent a portion of his Memorial Day Weekend in Steubenville at a ceremony to dedicate military flagpoles by the Veterans Memorial Fountain at Historic Fort Steuben.
Community Hospice in Carrollton
On May 22, 2015, Rep. Johnson visited with staff and volunteers at Community Hospice in Carrollton.
Tuscarawas County Technology Incubator
Bill Johnson recently visited the Tuscarawas County Tolloty Technology Incubator in New Philadelphia. This facility, which opened in June of 2014, is a tremendous asset to Tuscarawas County, the region, and the great State of Ohio.
Quiz Bowl Champions
On April 6, 2015, Bill Johnson stopped at Rock Hill Middle School in Pedro to congratulate the school's Quiz Bowl team, which just won the Lawrence County Quiz Bowl championship.
2015 "Women in Energy" Summit in Cambridge
On April 17, Bill Johnson hosted the 2015 "Women in Energy" Summit at the Zane State Campus in Cambridge. The summit featured women working in various energy related careers: manufacturing, trades, engineering, and at the executive level.
Johnson, Matsui Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Reduce Teen Abuse of Over-the-Counter Cough Medicines
Jul 28, 2015
Jul 27, 2015