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WVNCC earns national community service distinction

February 15, 2009 The Corporation for National and Community Service once again has honored West Virginia Northern Community College with a place on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for... more »»

WJU awards 2 full tuition scholarships

February 15, 2009 WHEELING— Two high school seniors earned the prestigious Laut Scholarship for full-tuition to Wheeling Jesuit University and were surprised with over-sized check presentations today at their schools. more »»

Ferry to make up 3 snow days

February 10, 2009 MARTINS FERRY — The spring semester is only in the early stages, but the Martins Ferry Board of Education wants to know when is the district going to fit in its three makeup days because of... more »»

Rayland finances in solid shape

February 10, 2009 RAYLAND — Finances, Mazeroski Park and waterlines were among the topics covered by Mayor Tammy Morelli when she gave her “state of the village” report at a recent meeting of Rayland Village Council. more »»

Union Local JSA, FCCLA groups take part in project

February 8, 2009 A COUPLE of special events are slated for February with members of Union Local’s Junior Statesman of America and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. more »»

OUE praises teachers, schools

February 8, 2009 Ohio University Eastern Campus professors would like to congratulate this quarter’s student teachers and thank the local classroom teachers and schools who continually help build the next... more »»

Poetry contest on tap

February 8, 2009 MARTINS FERRY — A $1,000 grand prize is being offered in a special poetry contest sponsored by Christian Poets Guild, free to everyone. There are 50 prizes in all totalling $5,000. more »»

Elk’s Teen of the Month

February 8, 2009 ALYSSA M. OFAT has been named the “Teen of the Month” for January 2009 by the Ohio River Valley Elks Lodge #231. more »»

Mt. Pleasant Township reorganizes

February 7, 2009 THE MT. PLEASANT Township Trustees recently held their 2009 re-organizational meeting and elected Charles Strizak to serve as Chairman of the Board for 2009. more »»

Buckeye Local to host fall registration

February 7, 2009 THE BUCKEYE Local Early Childhood Education (previously Preschool) and Kindergarten registration for children that would like to enroll in our district has been set for the following dates: South... more »»

4-H under construction

February 2, 2009 Belmont County 4-H is Under Construction as it works towards Healthy Living…Healthy Members…Healthy Communities. The 2009 4-H year will get its jump start on Saturday, Feb. 7. more »»

Artist Cliff Tresner to hold art show at BC

February 1, 2009 Artist Cliff Tresner will showcase his Trouble Maker collection at Bethany College’s Renner Union Art Gallery. The show will run Feb. 13 through March 1. more »»

Burns chosen as finalist for Professor of the Year

February 1, 2009 Charleston, W.Va. - Each year the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia honors an outstanding faculty member at a West Virginia college or university. more »»

Local student captures statewide MLK contest

January 28, 2009 AS THE excitement of the inauguration of the 44th president of the United States came to a close, one avid President Barack Obama supporter and Bridgeport High School student is being honored by th... more »»

Tiltonsville committees named

January 27, 2009 TILTONSVILLE — Village council committees recently were appointed by Tiltonsville Mayor Ed Gould. more »»

Benwood lands galvanizing plant

January 27, 2009 BENWOOD — About 30 good jobs — that’s what Benwood Mayor Ed Kuca sees when he looks at the old Wheeling Steel plant in his city where a new galvanizing operation will be locate. more »»

Dillonvale targets electric fences

January 6, 2009 DILLONVALE — Ordinances which would prohibit electric fences and non-domestic animals within the village of Dillonvale are under consideration by Dillonvale Village Council. more »»

Martins Ferry High School invaded by OUE staff once again

January 6, 2009 MARTINS FERRY – At the request of Martins Ferry High School student council members, 17 Ohio University Eastern campus faculty and staff “invaded” the high school recently and took over classes for... more »»



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