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Shirley Temple

February 13, 2014 PROBABLY many people today have never seen a Shirley Temple movie, but the curly-haired child star was praised by a president, and “Santa Claus” asked for her autograph. more »»

Shifting Gears

February 12, 2014 MONROE COUNTY is experiencing a makeover of its economic landscape. It is transitioning from industrial to gas and oi. more »»

Precious Libraries

February 11, 2014 CAMPAIGN promises often aren’t fulfilled, but that can’t be said about the pre-election promises made by the Belmont County District Library prior to the November election. more »»

$450K Windfall

February 10, 2014 THE OIL and gas boom has been beneficial throughout Eastern Ohio. Schools, communities and countless individuals have brokered drilling deals of varying amounts. more »»

Spelling Prowess

February 9, 2014 WINNING THE Belmont County Spelling Bee is a notable achievement. Repeating as champion is a superb fete. more »»

Local backers

February 7, 2014 JACK CERA and Lou Gentile get it. The two state lawmakers understand the concerns and needs of their constituents, and then proceed to champion the respective causes. more »»

Spelling Bee

February 6, 2014 LET THE spelling begin. The 2014 Belmont County Spelling Bee plays out tonight at Ohio University Eastern. more »»

Caregivers

February 5, 2014 IT’S ALWAYS good when somebody cares, and the Faith in Action Caregivers organization has been caring for the last 18 years through its help to support independent living for older adults and people... more »»

Extra School Work

February 4, 2014 TEACHING AND learning doesn't need to stop at the conclusion of the school day. In the Harrison Hills School District, much academic advancement is being realized after the final bell ring. more »»

Big Boost

February 2, 2014 THE FIGHT against drugs is never ending. Illegal drugs will never be totally removed from our streets. more »»

Success Story

January 31, 2014 LIKE MANY small communities in Eastern Ohio, Rayland has experienced its share of financial challenges. Unlike many, however, the Jefferson County village has experienced a “remarkable turnaround. more »»

Blizzard Bags

January 30, 2014 THE OHIO Valley is enduring a winter not felt for decades. Brutally cold and dangerous temperatures have blanketed the area for weeks. Old Man Winter's nasty antics have altered our normal lifestyl. more »»

Useful Boxes

January 29, 2014 THE BELMONT County Drug Task Force has made major inroads in taking illegal drugs off the streets. more »»

Catholic Schools

January 27, 2014 WE ARE in the midst of observing Catholic Schools Week in our country. This year’s theme is, “Catholic Schools - Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service. more »»

ALICE

January 26, 2014 SAFETY is of paramount importance. Whatever steps needed to safeguard our students, teachers and other staff members should be utilized. Resource officers help the cause. more »»

Golden Program

January 24, 2014 SENIOR CITIZENS are a special group of people. They are deserving of special treatment. more »»

Give Blood

January 23, 2014 GIVING THE gift of life. That opportunity resurfaces on Monday as WesBanco Arena holds the annual Ohio Valley Media Day Blood Drive. more »»

Samuel Cockayne

January 22, 2014 SAMUEL A.J. Cockayne, a lifelong resident of Glen Dale, was a recluse during the latter part of his life, but he contributed a great deal to enlighten others. more »»

Another Blast

January 21, 2014 WITH THE temperatures forecast as never reaching 20 degrees through Friday, it’s apparent that many of us wish we could do something about the weather. more »»

Visionary Leader

January 20, 2014 HE HAD a dream. Today, America commemorates the life and recognizes the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. He was a pastor, a visionary and above all a leade. more »»

 
 
 

 

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