Morgan County was established on December 29, 1817, and was named for Revolutionary War General, Daniel Morgan. The county seat is McConnelsville and the county has a population of 15,054.
The county is home to parts of both the Wayne National Forrest and the Burr Oak State Park. Morgan County is also home to one of Ohio’s last existing opera houses, the Twin City Opera House.
Some of the major employers in Morgan County include: ABC Manufacturing, Care Serve Inc., Hann Manufacturing, Kroger Co., MAHLE International, Finley Fire Equipment, and Morgan Local Schools.
Links to Morgan County Local Websites:
Morgan County Seat: Village of McConnelsville
Morgan County Job and Family Services: (740) 962-4616
Morgan County Veterans Services Office
Morgan County Tourism
Village of Malta
Village of Stockport
Village of Chesterhill: (740) 554-6994
Wayne National Forest
Burr Oak State Park
Twin City Opera House
Big Bottom Monument and Park
Kate Love Simpson Library
Hickory Ridge Shops & Orchards
Hickory Ridge Annual Fall Festival
Morgan County Herald
*Photographs Courtesy of Chad Wilkins - Glenford, Ohio.