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The skinny on bad style

July 7, 2013 Have you ever scrolled through photos on the Internet from some of those high-falutin’ fashion shows in Paris, New York City and the like? Women as tall as skyscrapers (but skinny enough to hide... more »»

Living the Food Life: Part 3 - Smaller Plates

June 30, 2013 The USDA recommends a balanced diet that incorporates what they deem as healthy portions of proteins, carbohydrates, sodium and fat. more »»

Survivor Spotlight: Jesse Outward

June 30, 2013 Jesse Outward, 47 Martins Ferry (Hometown) Stage 3 Rectal Cancer - Diagnosed September 2009 My cancer story: I was told at the age of 8 that with my illness, severe Ulcerative Colitis, that my odds... more »»

Why I eat like a caveman (woman)

June 30, 2013 For several weeks, we’ve been publishing feature articles on diets, eating plans, lifestyle food plans. ... whatever you choose to call them, it’s pretty obvious that the options are plentiful. more »»

A zebra in the room

June 23, 2013 Hunter Gust broke her elbow when she was 10 years old. Aside from some “growing pains” in her shoulders and elbows, she was an active, happy — and presumably healthy — child. more »»

Living the Food Life: Part 2 - Their Plates

June 16, 2013 Weight loss is a multi-billion dollar industry and yet, according to the Center for Disease Control, more than one-third (35.7 percent) of American adults are considered obese. more »»

Barnesville teacher fights back after cancer diagnosis

June 16, 2013 LORI Tetlow Witchey of St. Clairsville is a mother, wife, daughter and teacher. Five years ago, she was diagnosed with cancer. She did not lay down and feel sorry for herself. more »»

There's nothing fishy about the benefits of fish

June 15, 2013 Known as “brain food,” fish has long been considered a lean protein that should be part of a healthy, balanced die. more »»

A world of experience

June 9, 2013 FOR HER 30th birthday, Natalie Harr had happy birthday sung to her in three different languages by students more than 8,000 miles away. more »»

Dance the night away

June 8, 2013 The pleasure of your company is requested at the Statehood Ball being hosted by members of the Wheeling Civil War 150 Committee on the evening of Saturday, June 22 at The McLure Hotel in Wheeling. more »»

Festival benefits local non-profit

June 8, 2013 Before Judy Vincenzo lost her 17 year battle with cancer, she created a “wish list” which, among other prayers and wishes, expressed her desire to help local cancer patients pay for medical car. more »»

Living the Food Life: Part 1 - My Plate

June 2, 2013 The word “diet,” in relation to food, originates from the Greek “diaitasthal” meaning “to lead one’s life. more »»

Giving back

June 2, 2013 As I drove back to work on a hot August afternoon in 2008, my mind was on anything but the highwa. more »»

Permaculture - the design science of sustainability

May 26, 2013 Permaculture is a system of ecological and environmental design that stresses sustainability in all aspects of life. more »»

Heritage Port heats up

May 26, 2013 WHEELING — Spicy chili and loads of fun will be bubbling on the front burner June 1 when the 12th Annual Wheeling Feeling Chili Cookoff opens at noon at Wheeling’s Heritage Port. more »»

Survivor Spotlight: Adam Elizeus

May 26, 2013 Adam Elizeus, 47 St. Clairsville (Hometown) Stage 3 Melanoma - Diagnosed July 9, 2011 My cancer story: I had a mole on my back for many years. more »»

Unconditional Love

May 25, 2013 (These stories are graphic and true. The animals featured are safe, but are among the smallest minority of the lucky. Millions of others continue to live these dogs’ stories on a daily basis. more »»

The future of the Ohio Valley's past

May 19, 2013 Traveling to other places gives one a different perspective on one’s own place. more »»

Wheeling's spectacular kitchens

May 18, 2013 WHEELING — The kitchens we all dream of — sleek and modern, cozy and traditional, packed with imagination and innovation — don’t just exist in magazine spreads and decorating shows. more »»

Nature's Therapy

May 11, 2013 Studies in Japan and Scotland are “proving” what most people have known for decades, maybe even longer: being outside surrounded by nature is good for the mind, the body and the spirit. more »»



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