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Helen Thomas

July 26, 2013 HELEN THOMAS, who died during the weekend, was a journalistic pioneer who served as dean of the White House press corps and was known for her probing questions during presidential press conference. more »»

Guns In Schools

July 21, 2013 SCHOOL SAFETY is at a premium. All-too frequent shootings have spawned both an environment of fear as well as protectionism within the halls of academia. more »»

Another Hurdle

July 19, 2013 THE BELLAIRE Toll Bridge was again in the limelight this week. The fate of the long-dormant span stepped into U.S. District Court Tuesday. The mediation hearing yielded no definitive demolition plans. more »»

Iron Horse

July 18, 2013 NEW YORK Yankee Lou Gehrig will be one of 12 deceased players honored at the National Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony July 28. more »»

Beat the Heat

July 17, 2013 ALTHOUGH THE “Dog Days of Summer” are still weeks away, the Ohio Valley finds itself broiling in a heat wave. more »»

Litter Patrol

July 16, 2013 COMMUNITY CLEANUPS are becoming more and more commonplace throughout the Ohio Valley. Cities and towns are taking on a greater sense of pride in the appearance. That is a good thing. more »»

Delivering Busts

July 15, 2013 THE WAR on drugs is one that is one that is never ending. In Eastern Ohio, we are fortunate to have the Belmont County Drug Task Force leading the figh. more »»

Musical Money

July 14, 2013 THE?CAMPGROUNDS near Morristown have already welcomed travelers from near and far, and soon Belmont County’s population for this week will nearly double. more »»


July 12, 2013 DEALING with the immigration problem including the 11 million immigrants living illegally in the United States appears to be a case of locking the barn door after the horse is stolen. more »»

Two Plates Work

July 11, 2013 YOU CANNOT put a price tag on safety. more »»

Dropping the Ball

July 10, 2013 INEPT, MISMANAGED and wasteful are only some of the words used to describe the Pentagon’s effort to account for tens of thousands of Americans missing in action from foreign wars. more »»

Heinous Crimes

July 9, 2013 SOME CRIMES are more senseless than others. Eastern Ohio, unfortunately, has been victim to a pair of deplorable acts recently. more »»

Preserving History

July 8, 2013 BELMONT COUNTY is home to many historic and picturesque buildings. Some of those stately structures need help to avoid extinction. The Black Horse Inn falls into that category. more »»

Levy Planning

July 7, 2013 THE BELLAIRE Board of Education is holding a special meeting Monday night. more »»

One More Try

July 5, 2013 THE ATTEMPTED demolition of the Bellaire Toll Bridge has dragged on for years. more »»

Meth Labs

July 2, 2013 IT’S worse than bathtub gin. That homemade concoction of grain alcohol and flavorings was popular in the 1920s during the Prohibition era. more »»

Fireworks Safety

July 1, 2013 OUR NATION'S birthday is once again on our doorstep. Thursday will see America turn 237. The Fourth of July -- or its formal name of Independence Day -- is a time of celebration, fun and relaxatio. more »»


June 30, 2013 THE 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg will be observed July 1-3, and a restored 1883 cyclorama depicting Pickett’s Charge from a point behind the Union lines will help to give viewers a... more »»

Eating Healthier

June 28, 2013 THE United?States Agriculture Department is getting tough. As a result, our nation's school children are going to become healthie. more »»

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 »»



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