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Wheeling Park to host free Toe Tappin’ Tuesdays concert series

WHEELING — The Wheeling Park Amphitheater on select Tuesdays at 7 p.m. will host free concerts sponsored by the city of Wheeling. 2018 Toe Tappin’ Tuesdays Lineup: ∫ June 19 —Steel Cassa: Steel Drum Band’s “Sounds of Paradise” ∫ July 3 — Pocket Change: Variety of Rock ...

Ohio Valley Recipe Corner — Easy Peach Cobbler

This week’s recipe is an easy peach cobbler made with help from a cake mix. Submitted by Ruth Garrison of Bridgeport. Easy Peach Cobbler Ingredients: 2 large cans of cut up peaches in syrup 1 box yellow cake mix butter, if desired Directions: Drain one can, reserving syrup, and put ...

Thursday Music Club luncheon is May 3

WHEELING — The Thursday Music Club will have its inaugural luncheon at 11 a.m. May 3 at the Stifel Fine Arts Center. Outgoing President Lynn Welsh will install the new officers, President Geri Sloane, Vice President Judy Szymialis, Secretary Arlene Lawson, Treasurer Carol Couch, and pass ...

Zanes Trace DAR make throws, collect batteries

Photo provided THE ZANE’S Trace Chapter Daughters of The American Revolution held their April meeting at the St. Clairsville American Legion. Members collected used batteries in observance of Earth Day, collection supplies provided by J B Green Team. They also took part in making lap ...

Landon Schafer

Landon Schafer will turn 5 years old on May 1. His parents are Tiffany and Justin Schafer of St. Clairsville. His maternal grandparents are Tom and Pam Habig of St. Clairsville. Paternal grandparents are Bernard and Joyce Schafer of St. Clairsville. Landon had a Mickey Mouse and the Roadsters ...

Comfort Food Made Quick and Easy

(Family Features) A steaming bowl of savory soup is the perfect comfort food when the wind is howling, rain is falling or the temperature is dropping. It’s a time to cozy up and enjoy the warmth of being inside while indulging in some of your favorite flavors. The rich, hearty tastes and ...

Roasted radishes are the perfect side dish

By MELISSA D’ARABIAN Associated Press We’re not a huge radish-eating country here in the United States, and I think that’s a mistake. Radishes carry in their little bodies a tremendous variety of vitamins and minerals, so they’re a smart addition to our five-a-day veggie eating, ...

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THOSE SEEKING tickets to the Wheeling Herb Society’s upcoming luncheon, may call Paula Henry at 740-491-1443. The luncheon is slated for 11 a.m. May 4 at the Pine Room at Oglebay Park. The event will feature an herbal luncheon, along with guest speaker Danny Swan, executive director and ...

Moravian DAR learns about museum

CADIZ — The Moravian Trail Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met April 21 at the Harrison Community Hospital with eight members present. Dessert was served by the hospital staff. Patty Vaughan was the hostess. Regent Vaughan and Chaplain Kay Singer led the DAR ritual. ...

New band director joins WLU department of music

WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University has named Missouri educator, Gretchen L. Pohlman, its new director of bands. “The Department is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Pohlman. Her expertise in marching and pep bands, wind ensemble and concert band, and in music education ...

April programs remaining at St. Clairsville Library

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The St. Clairsville Public Library’s remaining programming for April includes: Tech: Microsoft Word 2016 Learn how to use Microsoft Office Word. Tips and Tricks on April 16 will focus on tables, columns, formatting features, inserting pictures and shapes. Space is ...

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ITALIAN NIGHT in Colerain is slated to be held from 4-7 p.m. April 28 at the Colerain Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 71780 Colerain Road, Martins Ferry. The buffet costs $8 for adults and $4 for children. ST. CLAIRSVILLE AARP is slated to meet at noon April 26 at the JB Martin Rec ...

Bacon, Sage and Provolone Chicken Rolls

By KATIE WORKMAN Associated Press A rolled chicken breast may look la-di-da fancy, but it’s really super-easy to pull off with a tiny bit of patience. And this particular version rewards you with bacon and melted cheese. I feel like I can do a lot of things if there is bacon and melted ...

Great Stone Viaduct Society plans day trip to Cass Scenic Railroad

BELLAIRE — The Great Stone Viaduct Historical Society is planning a day trip to the Cass Scenic Railroad on Saturday, June 16. The trip will depart Bellaire from in front of Frizzi Law Offices, 224 32nd St., and travel by chartered bus to Cass, W.Va., where the group will board the train. ...

SLOAN ALECIA HANASKY

SLOAN ALECIA HANASKY Sloan Alecia Hanasky celebrated her 11th birthday on March 30. She is the daughter of Larry and Wendy Hanasky of Belmont. She has one brother, Landen, 8 years old. Sloan is the granddaughter of Ken and Sandy Fogle of Belmont. Sloan celebrated her birthday with family and ...

DYLAN SCHRAMM

DYLAN SCHRAMM Dylan Schramm will celebrate his 12th birthday on April 2. He is the son of David and Valerie Schramm of Grove City, Ohio. He has a younger sister Chelsea Lynn who is 4 years old. Grandparents are Dave and Carolyn Schramm of Martins Ferry, and Julie and the late John Kralic h of ...

Towngate Art House Cinema Returns April 7-8

WHEELING — Long considered spaces for expressing color, light and atmosphere, the garden has occupied the creative minds of some of the world’s greatest artists. The film “Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse” explores the intriguing relationship between art and ...

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FLORENCE COMMUNITY Reunion is slated for 2 p.m. April 21 at Mehlman’s Cafeteria in St. Clairsville. People are invited to come meet old and new friends. Bring old photos and memorabilia to share and create conversation and laughs. MOTORCOACH Trip to Lancaster, Pa., June 12-13, ...

Bellaire thespians set to perform ‘Anything Goes’

BELLAIRE — Bellaire High School’s Thespians are slated to present Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes” at 7 p.m. March 16-17 in the Bellaire Alumni Auditorium at the high school. All seats are $7. Music, dance, laughs and the age-old tale of boy meets girl, no musical puts it on stage ...

Wheeling native develops full-length feature for first film project

WHEELING — When Wheeling native Diana Riggs set out to make her first film, she defied convention by writing, directing and producing a full-length feature. Riggs, who grew up in the Ohio Valley, now resides in Pittsburgh and in Florida. After doing technical work on a documentary, she ...