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Survivor Spotlight: Karen Carlier

March 31, 2013 Karen Carlier Martins Ferry (Hometown) Kidney Cancer - Diagnosed fall 2012 My cancer story: Dodged the cancer bullet again! Two years ago, I had a complete hysterectomy because of an abnormal pap... more »»

'Hare' comes Peter Cottontail

March 30, 2013 In many cultures for many centuries, rabbits have symbolized spring and new life. more »»

Bond of Love

March 30, 2013 While glue holds things together, the bond of love tends to be more permanent. Stephanie Stahl was the “glue” in the circle of her family and friends. more »»

Centering in a labyrinth

March 24, 2013 Thoughts of a labyrinth might bring to mind twisting paths, confusion, one who is lost trying desperately to find the way out or sorting through any messy or lengthy situation. more »»

Madness turns into sadness for this fan

March 24, 2013 March Madness was one of my favorite times of year. more »»

Paying for college?

March 23, 2013 The first real signs of the coming of spring have begun arriving at household mailboxes across America as summer vacation fliers take a back seat for a time to the oversized financial aid package... more »»

Walking challenge off to great start

March 23, 2013 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Several Ohio Valley residents have made a commitment to improve their health and fitness levels this spring by joining the 2013 Library Walking Challenge. more »»

State of the Arts in the Ohio Valley

March 17, 2013 While there is room for expansion and development in the way of creative venues, outlets, business opportunities and communities in the Ohio Valley, there are some promising pockets of activity and... more »»

Farewell to Civy

March 17, 2013 In the early spring of 2001, I forged a long-lasting relationship with something I never expected — a car. more »»

State of the Arts in the Ohio Valley

March 16, 2013 Around 40,000 years ago man began creating, first for practical reasons, then for communication and, eventually, for decoration and self-expression. more »»

Sweet Saturday!

March 16, 2013 WHEELING — Sweet sap is flowing in the Oglebay sugar bush, and naturalists at Oglebay Institute’s Schrader Environmental Education Center have been working hard to prepare for the upcoming harvest... more »»

State of the Arts in the Ohio Valley

March 10, 2013 “When young people are involved with the arts, something changes in their lives. more »»

How did Daylight Saving Time get started?

March 9, 2013 The sky will be brighter tomorrow when the alarm clock rings. more »»

Walk for your health

March 9, 2013 Are you up for a bit of healthy competition? If so, polish up your sneakers and head over to the Martins Ferry, Bellaire or St. more »»

Locks of Love

March 3, 2013 Hair. In today’s world, how we wear our hair as individuals is often said to speak volumes to others about our individual sense of well-being, self-confidence and more. more »»

United Way plans Night at the Races

March 3, 2013 WHEELING — A great way to beat the winter doldrums is set for 6:30 p.. more »»

Justin vs. the raccoon

March 3, 2013 Living in a wooded section of town, Justin and I have had our share of critter issues. Deer are the glaring offenders, eating our tomatoes one year and our flowers the next. more »»

Pick up a book and read

March 2, 2013 According to author Jane Smiley, “Many people, myself among them, feel better at the mere sight of a book.” She’s righ. more »»

State of the Arts in the Ohio Valley

February 24, 2013 “Art Builds Communities” is also the name of a grant program promoting participation and collaboration between artists and the community-at-large. more »»

Survivor Spotlight: Grayson Willis

February 24, 2013 Grayson Willis, 17 Barnesville (Hometown) Rhabdomyosarcoma (Cancer of the soft tissue) Diagnosed April 1996 at age 9 months My cancer story: My cancer story dates back 16 years ago. more »»

 
 

 

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