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Sedgwick Museum

March 10, 2015 MANY people and organizations worked to establish a museum in Martins Ferry. more »»

Daylight Savings

March 9, 2015 UNDOUBTEDLY, some of us forgot to turn our clocks forward Saturday night to acknowledge the annual beginning of Daylight Saving Time at 2 a.m. Sunday. more »»

GSV Society

March 8, 2015 BELLAIRE IS a community with great pride and tradition. Recent times have not been kind to the All-American Town but its pride still shines on. more »»

Tenuous Situation

March 6, 2015 THERE IS a saying that goes: “It is lonely at the top.” Robin Capehart may be currently experiencing that feeling. Capehart is president of West Liberty University. It is a high profile post. more »»

Standardized Tests

March 5, 2015 STANDARDIZED TESTING and school funding should not be tied together. more »»

Up In Smoke

March 4, 2015 AN OLD country-western song, “Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (that cigarette),” notes, in part, that the smoker can tell “St. more »»

Goodie Bags

March 2, 2015 THE DRUG problem in the Ohio Valley is one of major proportions. The Ohio Valley Task Force is making inroads into reducing drug trafficking. more »»

No Primary

March 1, 2015 THE RIGHT to vote is one of the hallmarks of our freedom. The Democratic process sets us apart from most other nations in the world. Having the ability to choose our leaders is a treasured gift. more »»

Cheers & Jeers

February 28, 2015 CHEERS to the Harrison Central FFA’s Parliamentary Procedure team for placing first in state competitio. more »»

Scott Miller

February 27, 2015 BETHANY COLLEGE tags itself as a small college of distinction. Scott Miller has done much to enhance that reputation during his tenure as president of the Brooke County institution of higher learning. more »»

‘Heaven’ Springs

February 26, 2015 MILITARY VETERANS are a special brand of people. They deserve are unending respect. more »»

Proceed Cautiously

February 25, 2015 OIL AND gas money is making an impact all throughout Eastern Ohio. Individuals, communities and many other entities are benefitting from the drilling boo. more »»

SPII Task Force

February 24, 2015 THE SEXUAL Predator Internet Initiative Task Force is back on duty in Eastern Ohio. It is also paying quick dividends. SPII was established five years ago by then-Bethesda Police Chief Tim Zdanski. more »»

Joining Forces

February 22, 2015 EGYPT'S PRESIDENT is looking for teamwork in the fight against Islamic extremists. more »»

Shooting for a Title

February 20, 2015 THE OVAC parade of championship weekends continues Saturday at Ohio University Eastern. The conference crowned four girls’ team champs six days ag. more »»

Lead or Leave

February 19, 2015 THE SWITZERLAND of Ohio Board of Education has spoken -- or has it? The board of education met Wednesday morning with the fate of Beallsville High School hanging in the balance. more »»

DHS Funding

February 18, 2015 THE U.S. Department of Homeland Security was born out of the 9-11 tragedy. It was established to protect our soil from future terrorist attacks. DHS funding is set to expire on Feb. more »»

Awaiting Spring

February 17, 2015 SOME PERFECTLY logical reason exists for February to be the shortest month of the year, but we won’t go into tha. more »»

Commander-In-Chief

February 16, 2015 Today, Americans take time to pay tribute to the men who - since the time our nation claimed its independence - have led our countr. more »»

Restoring LGF

February 15, 2015 EASTERN OHIO political entities have felt the brunt of massive cutbacks in Local Government Funding. Ohio Gov. John Kasich has chopped the much-needed revenue source drastically. more »»

 
 
 

 

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