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Prep Football

August 27, 2015 THE KING is back. King Football kicks off tonight in the Ohio Valley. Two prep games are set for Steubenville's Harding Stadium. more »»

Shoe Church

August 26, 2015 MANY PEOPLE take a good pair of shoes for granted. Unfortunately, in the Ohio Valley many individuals -- young and old alike -- are in desperate need of quality footwea. more »»

Boom Town

August 25, 2015 HARRISON COUNTY is experiencing an economic renaissance. The oil and gas industry has fueled amazing growth throughout the county. Nowhere can that be found more so than in Cadiz. more »»

Monroe Fair

August 24, 2015 THE MONROE County Fair, which opened this morning, has a rating higher than fair with its new state-of-the-art features. more »»

John McFarland

August 23, 2015 ALL TOO often -- and many times unjustly -- the men and women in blue get a bum rap. In addition, police violence incidents have been in the media forefront in recent times. more »»

2016’s top candidates struggle to change the subject

August 23, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Nearly six months out from the first votes of a presidential campaign, candidates should be fleshing out who they are and what they stand for. more »»

Dr. Sparling

August 21, 2015 A DESIRE to help others was shown by Dr. Carl Sparling, an area veterinarian who died this wee. more »»

Save A Life

August 20, 2015 GIVING THE gift of life. That opportunity is being made available by the American Red Cross at several local venues. more »»

Support VFD Fest

August 19, 2015 CLASSES HAVE resumed in some Ohio Valley schools. Others will start up next week. Summer is definitely winding down, and night is descending upon us earlier and earlier. more »»

Paving Cooperation

August 18, 2015 Earlier this summer, the Belmont County commissioners approved and paid $1.1 million from the county’s general fund to help the county engineer pave roads. more »»

Fighting for Coal

August 17, 2015 THE COAL industry is battling for survival. King Coal has been dealt severe blow after severe blow in recent times. more »»

Bellaire Schools

August 16, 2015 THE BELLAIRE Board of Education has wasted no time dealing with a potential major void. District Superintendent Tony Scott announced late last month that he was retiring from that post on Sept. 1. more »»

OVAC Hall of Fame

August 14, 2015 THE OHIO Valley Athletic Conference once again puts its best foot forward Saturday night with the enshrinement of the 12th class into its Hall of Fame. more »»

Toxic Issue

August 13, 2015 FEAR — that’s what people in the Southwest are feeling because of more than 3 million gallons of water containing arsenic, lead, copper, aluminum and cadmium being released from the Gold King Mine... more »»

FAA Shortcomings

August 12, 2015 THE FEDERAL Aviation Administration’s actions regarding information and controllers aren’t coming through with flying colors. more »»

Social Security

August 11, 2015 SOCIAL SECURITY will reach its 80th birthday this Friday. The $64,000 question is how many more birthdays will the federal government’s largest benefit program celebrate. more »»

Barton Flooding

August 10, 2015 FLOODING PROBLEMS and Barton have become synonymous over the years. Wheeling Creek overflows its banks on a much too frequent basis. more »»

School Days

August 9, 2015 IN A week or two, students from grade school to college will be heading back to class for the 2015-16 school year. It may be hard to believe that summer break is coming to an end already. more »»

Beefed-Up Effort

August 7, 2015 FIGHTING THE drug problem is a challenging task. more »»

Mackey Community

August 6, 2015 THE MACKEY Community Association has a long and rich tradition ingrained within the city of Martins Ferry. It is also an organization unfortunately battling for survival. more »»



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