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Pool party pays for mammograms

August 30, 2014 217. That is the number of free mammograms provided to area women with proceeds from the Camden Clark Foundation’s Pink by Poolside benefit last September. Next Thursday from 6 to 10 p.m. more »»

Traffic used to be a horse of a different color

August 30, 2014 Stopped runaway: Sheriff Kincheloe brought a frightened team to a stop — was slightly bruised A team of horses running away on Market street, were stopped in their mad career this morning, near the... more »»

Kasich has control on issue

August 25, 2014 Ohio Gov. John Kasich, making a swing through the area Friday, wouldn’t discuss his election opponent’s personal life. He doesn’t have to. Other people are doing plenty of talking about i. more »»

Race heroes made miles endurable

August 24, 2014 This is the column I should have written after the News and Sentinel Half Marathon last weeken. more »»

Fighting back against Obama’s war on coal

August 24, 2014 Since coming to Congress in 2011, I’ve been a leading voice against the harmful impacts of President Obama’s War on Coal. more »»

MOV Chamber readies fun

August 24, 2014 Ready to have fun with other MOV Chamber members? It’s time to sign up for our inaugural “Chamber Challenge Cup” and I KNOW we have an event just for you! . more »»

A look at new mystery novels now available

August 24, 2014 A free trip to a resort ends in murder in “Beach Bags and Burglaries” by Dorothy Howell. more »»

Ohio official discusses harmful algal blooms

August 24, 2014 During the first four days of August, the Western Basin of Lake Erie made national news. A harmful algal bloom (HAB) threatened the water supply near Toledo, Ohio. more »»

Times, they are a changin’

August 24, 2014 I spent time this past week with my middle school-aged niece. She, like most students at this time of year, is concerned about homerooms and schedules. more »»

Pennsville VFD to hold meeting

August 24, 2014 Pennsville Volunteer Fire Department will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 25, at the Food Stand at the Morgan County Fairground. more »»

Recipes for Labor Day weekend

August 24, 2014 Labor Day Weekend. How did it get here so fast? We usually consider Memorial Day the start of summer and Labor Day the end of summer. more »»

Lee Rector's business in new hands

August 23, 2014 Lee Rector feels “blessed” to be selling his Merle Norman cosmetics franchise in Parkersburg to Tracie Minnite. And, almost in the same breath, Rector adds, “I am not going to retire. more »»

City's attitudes toward dogs have changed

August 23, 2014 Dog tax MR. EDITOR. more »»

Reid: Imperial Majority Leader

August 18, 2014 In school, you probably were taught about the most important documents that are the foundation of government in the United States. You remember: The Constitution, Bill of Rights, etc. more »»

Race preparation a team effort

August 17, 2014 At one point last week, I had myself fooled into thinking I would participate in the News and Sentinel Half Marathon Saturday, then hop back over to the office and write my column for today’s paper. more »»

Developing a Parking Plan

August 17, 2014 Those of you who are familiar with this column know I’ve talked about downtown parking before. more »»

Common Core instructions won’t make grade

August 17, 2014 A reporter for The Martinsburg Journal quotes Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin as saying, “It’s really important that teachers are taught how to teach reading. more »»

Spittlebugs, galls, evening singers thrive

August 17, 2014 Insects thrive during the warmth of summer, and many are conspicuous and familia. more »»

Princess turns pirate in new book

August 17, 2014 USA Today bestselling authors Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory begin a new series of adventurous princesses in “The House of the Four Winds. more »»

It’s back to school time for local children, teachers

August 17, 2014 The words ‘back to school’ have a different meaning, depending upon who you’re talking to. Students’ reactions vary from “I’m ready!” to “No way!” to somewhere in between. more »»

 
 

 

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