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Getting tricky with surveys

July 12, 2015 I got a call from one of those survey companies the other day. more »»

Local partisan politics

July 12, 2015 Recently I attended a local Wood County Republican Party meeting to see how they were going to address some embarrassing leadership issues. more »»

Networking in unique ways

July 12, 2015 One of the challenges for every business person in our community is finding more hours in the day to do the “nice to-do” activitie. more »»

Weaving table runner: part 13 – Finishing touches

July 12, 2015 The home stretch of any project is both rewarding and exciting. To me, finishing a weaving project is the ultimate crafting jo. more »»

New Mexico — Land of Enchantment

July 12, 2015 My wife and I recently enjoyed eight days visiting friends in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Jan Brydon and Terry Canup promised to show us some of their favorite places and feed us great food. more »»

New variety in women’s fiction releases

July 12, 2015 There’s variety in several new women’s fiction releases. First is a story of two star-crossed foodies in “The Coincidence of Coconut Cake” by Amy E. Reichert. more »»

Pennsville United Methodist Women set to meet Tuesday

July 12, 2015 Gary and Joshua Sealock of Marietta were Monday night visitors at the home of James and Beverly Sealock. more »»

Beverly students receive awards

July 12, 2015 These Beverly-Center fourth and fifth graders were honored at the school’s end of the year awards program by school principal, Megan Miller. more »»

Slaws and sides for your picnic, cookout

July 12, 2015 I hope you had a roaring good time over the Fourth of July weekend. The rain didn’t seem to prevent all of us from the things we like best: parades, fireworks and food. more »»

‘Southern Gentleman’ brings home flavor

July 12, 2015 From Southern Living comes Matt Moore’s “A Southern Gentleman’s Kitchen. more »»

Troubled bridges over water

July 11, 2015 The Longest Bridge In The World There having been some dispute as to which is the longest bridge in the world, a correspondent was thus answered by the Scientific American, one of the highest... more »»

The Backyard Gardener: Japanese beetlemania

July 10, 2015 Hello Mid-Ohio Valley Gardeners. As the rainy weather continues, I am reminded of the movie “Groundhog Day.” The main character, played by Bill Murray, experiences the same day over and over. more »»

X-Men re-release going Rogue

July 9, 2015 PARKERSBURG — In 2014’s “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” Wolverine goes back in time to prevent a dark future from happening. more »»

Exposing secrecy in government

July 6, 2015 It’s a fairly safe bet that if you read this column regularly, you’re going to be very angry in about a year. So will lots of other West Virginian. more »»

Learning low expectations

July 5, 2015 A reader points out I made a sloppy mistake in last week’s column: I did what I often warn reporters against doing — I got lazy and trusted the Internet. more »»

Council must build consensus

July 5, 2015 Personally, I never like five-to-four decisions. more »»

Getting to know Downtown PKB

July 5, 2015 I began this role with Downtown PKB on Jan. 5. After working my entire professional career for the same employer in the health care industry, I started my new role with wide eyes and an open mind. more »»

Use zucchini harvest in recipes

July 5, 2015 What a great vacation. I didn’t turn the stove on one time and husband Norm made the coffee each morning. more »»

New cookbook teaches novice cooks techniques

July 5, 2015 James Birscione releases a book intended to get everyone in the kitchen with “The Great Cook: Essential Techniques and Inspired Flavors to Make Every Dish Better. more »»

Historical, modern Amish romances released

July 5, 2015 A young Amish woman makes a fresh start in a Englisher town in “Change of Heart” by Molly Jebber. Becca Yost has left her small town of Berlin to visit her sister Ruth in Massillon, Ohio, in 1899. more »»



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