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Quest for the silk shirt: part three

April 18, 2014 Carving up several yards of $12. more »»

 
 
 
Politics become too personal

April 14, 2014 Many of those radical environmentalists and liberal politicans who have managed to scare us to death over global warming are too young to remember the bugaboo of just a few decades ago. more »»

City a bustling place in 1864

April 14, 2014 Think back 150 years ago to 1864, make it March. Your town is swamped with thousands of transient men in unifor. more »»

Being prepared key to a safe trek

April 13, 2014 As I said out loud the other day, I will probably get lost between my back door and car sometime soon, after chuckling a bit about an article reporting a group of Kentucky hikers who had managed to... more »»

Gun ownership brings safety responsibilities

April 13, 2014 There are more people in our country today who have firearms and ammunition than ever before in the history of our nation, and most do not have a clue on how to use either safely. more »»

Downtown requires quality government

April 13, 2014 Last week I attended a meeting in Charleston about how things were going for our Downtown PKB program. more »»

Large variety in women’s fiction

April 13, 2014 There’s a variety in women’s fiction this week! First is an 1813 romance of spies and adventure in Stefanie Sloane’s “The Wicked Widow Meets Her Match. more »»

Beverly-Center announces honors

April 13, 2014 These students were named to the honor roll at Beverly-Center Elementary School for the third nine weeks grading period: Kindergarten Super Skills — Peyton Bell, Tyce Beardsley, Cain Campbell,... more »»

Take a kid fishing

April 13, 2014 Few experiences are more rewarding than introducing a child to the outdoors. more »»

Story of a tiny garden

April 13, 2014 Come plant pretty flowers In my garden to grow I’ll sing to them softly And love them all so. Her legs were withered and twisted beneath the quilt that was draped over them. more »»

Enjoy coming Easter holiday

April 13, 2014 Today is Palm Sunday. If you went to church today, you may have been given a palm branch to wave or a small cross made with palm leaves. more »»

‘Hungry Girl’ offers a new diet plan

April 13, 2014 #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Lillien, who is the creator of the Hungry Girl brand, has recently released a new diet plan/cookbook dedicated to helping readers drop 10 pounds in 4 weeks... more »»

Keeping teens safe behind wheel

April 12, 2014 As an insurance agent for nearly 40 years, Dan McPherson of Wood County has seen the tragic consequences resulting from teenage drivers making poor decisions. more »»

The quest for the silk shirt: part two

April 11, 2014 In the last column, I spoke of how sewing any type of clothing is an investment of time and money and requires skill. I also ranted about how hard silk is to work with. more »»

Flooded with lies on subsidies

April 7, 2014 Look the word “hypocrisy” up in a dictionary. With it, you’ll see a picture of Uncle Sam. That’s because when it comes to saying one thing and doing another, federal government officials are kings. more »»

Obama misses the mark as FDR

April 6, 2014 My grandmother thought Franklin D. Roosevelt was the greatest president this country ever had. She believed he was truly “for the people,” and that he saved the nation with his New Deal. more »»

Pennsville Ladies Auxiliary meets at fire house

April 6, 2014 Pennsville Ladies Auxiliary met at the fire house at 5 p.m. April 3 to make potato salad. Pennsville United Methodist Women will meet at 6:30 p.m. April 8 at the churc. more »»

Books describe dark times in personal, family life

April 6, 2014 USA Today bestselling author Mary Burton tells a story of a Texas ranger and a woman rebuilding her life after some dark times in her teen years in “You’re Not Safe. more »»

Migratory bird songs ring out with familar tunes

April 6, 2014 Early migrants began returning several weeks ago. Turkey vultures, killdeer, and phoebes were probably as befuddled by the late winter weather as we wer. more »»

Looking toward warm days

April 6, 2014 Welcome to April. Finally we can look forward to warmer days and more sunny skies. Knowing how we humans are though, we will probably be complaining about the heat by July or August. more »»

 
 

Mid Ohio Valley High Schools Student Art April 18, 2014

High School Students will display their artwork at the the Riverside Artist Gallery, 219 Second St., where an opening ceremony will be held from 6-9 p.m. and an awards ceremny at 7 p.m. April 18. Refreshments will be served. Artwork will remain on display until May 2. Some work will be for s. more »

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Murder at the Breakers by Alyssa Maxwell

April 7, 2014 Newport in 1895 is the setting of a murder mystery amid the wealthy Vanberbilt family and their summer home in "Murder at the Breakers" by Alyssa Maxwell. more »

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