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Coal Needs Help

June 27, 2013 THE COAL industry is in the midst of tough times. Much of the problem is due to tough air emissions standards. Those problems rose to another level Tuesday. more »»

St. C. Transition

June 26, 2013 THE ADAGE goes: “There is a new sheriff in town.” Well, in St. Clairsville, there is a new police chief in town. While in many communities that may be a frequent occurrence, in S. more »»

Drug Battle

June 25, 2013 THE BELMONT County Drug Task Force is on a roll. In a 24-hour period this weekend, the task force made two nice-sized busts. The second came with the assistance of the U.S. Postal Service. more »»

Jay Stock

June 23, 2013 IT’S a long way — in distance and time — from the coal mines of Eastern Ohio to the International Photography Hall of Fame in St. Louis, M. more »»

Good Choice

June 21, 2013 THE BELMONT County Commissioners had a recent tough task on their respective hands. It was one they put to bed very nicely this week. more »»

Burn More Coal

June 20, 2013 COAL MAY no longer be king, but it still can be a major player in our nation's energy game plan. These are not the best of times in the coal industry. more »»

C. Clark Street

June 19, 2013 IT SEEMS very appropriate that a man with the surname of Street worked on milestone projects in highway construction that benefit motorists today. C. more »»

Economic Meeting

June 18, 2013 BELMONT HILLS Country Club hosted a meeting of economic minds Friday. State Rep. more »»

Steel Hoping

June 17, 2013 A GLIMMER of hope has surfaced. The Yorkville steel mill has been idled for much too long. Laid-off workers have been filled with anxiety and uncertainty. more »»

Revitalizing History

June 16, 2013 CONFEDERATE Brig. Gen. more »»

Relay for Life

June 12, 2013 WALKING IS in vogue. Its health values are immeasurable. Walking takes on added significance this weekend in Belmont County, as St. Clairsville will play host to the annual Relay for Life. more »»

School Security

June 11, 2013 SCHOOL SAFETY has never been more in focus. Unfortunately such heightened awareness has come about from all too-frequent tragedies here in the U.. more »»

Double Gold

June 10, 2013 REGARDLESS OF the sport, Ohio is home to competitive prep athletics. Winning a state championship, either individually or as a team, is a monumental achievement in the Buckeye State. more »»

Not All Talk

June 9, 2013 E. GORDON Gee is now on his way out as president of The Ohio State University. His tenure will end July 1 and Provost Joe Alutto has been named interim president. more »»

Martin Kendzora

June 7, 2013 FORTY-EIGHT years is a very long time. To work at a job for that length of period is impressive. Doing so in the capacity as a police chief is truly remarkable. more »»

Flushing at 200

June 6, 2013 FLUSHING when celebrating its 200th anniversary Saturday and Sunday emphasizes both the past and the future. more »»

Special Journey

June 5, 2013 AND THEN there were four. Harrison Central's magic carpet ride has taken the upstart Huskies all the way to Columbus and the Division II State Baseball Tournament. more »»

Barbara Jeffries

June 4, 2013 THE JOY of music has been evident throughout the life of Barbara Jeffries who died Thursday nigh. more »»

Cleaning Up

June 3, 2013 PITCHING IN can go a long way in cleaning up a community. Case in point: Martins Ferry. The Purple City takes pride in the look of its town. more »»

Powhatan Pride

June 2, 2013 POWHATAN POINT pride has surfaced once again. As a result, the southern Belmont County community will have a much more enjoyable and refreshing summe. more »»

 
 

 

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