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Candidates’ denials not credible

June 16, 2014 How were we to know? That has become a popular line among Democrats running for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in West Virginia. more »»

Failing a promise to our vets

June 15, 2014 During last week’s Parkersburg City Council meeting, Council President John Rockhold made a comment regarding council members’ reluctance to second a motion to approve a reading. more »»

Historical society asks for community’s help

June 15, 2014 HAPPY FATHER’S DAY The first Father’s Day was celebrated June 19, 1910. more »»

King delves into everyday thriller

June 15, 2014 Stephen King takes a break from the paranormal stories and delves into an everyday thriller of a former police officer and a serial killer matching wits in “Mr. Mercedes. more »»

Beavers can be seen on quiet water from canoe

June 15, 2014 Though large and common, beavers are seldom seen unless you know where to look. The best time to see beavers is at dusk on a summer evening. more »»

Indians describe the legend of ‘Canyon Dancer’

June 15, 2014 Canyon Dancer His coal black eyes reflected the brimstone fire of hell So grew the legend of Canyon Dancer The Indian braves would tell. more »»

Journey to take back or improve your health

June 15, 2014 Jeff Adams, Nutritionist is certified in Nutrition. In addition to his degree in nutrition he received education and specialized studies at top universities including Duke, Florida, Chicago, and Penn. more »»

Honoring our special men on Father’s Day

June 15, 2014 Happy Father’s Day! This is the day the father is the King of the Castle! So be good to him — don’t talk back or ask to borrow the car if you are of that age. more »»

Appalachian Artisan

June 15, 2014 It seems like there should be nothing easier than cross stitching when someone who is not familiar with the process glances at a piece in progress. more »»

Muskingum Valley Safety Town a success

June 15, 2014 Another successful summer session of Muskingum Valley Safety Town has drawn to a close, with more than 90 pre-kindergarteners participating. more »»

Church of Christ vacation bible school scheduled

June 15, 2014 The Church of Christ will be having a Vacation Bible School beginning at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, June 22, and meeting each evening at 7 p.m., Sunday through Wednesday, June 25. more »»

Miss USA contestant recalls friend

June 14, 2014 Miss West Virginia USA Charisse Haislop of Parkersburg kept Taylor Jones close to her heart during the Miss USA pageant last Sunday in Baton Rouge, La. more »»

Rail connections big business for area

June 14, 2014 Building the “Cradle”: What those car-trucks are for — local paper’s wild guess A number of car trucks have been shipped here and conveyed to the incline of the L.K.R.R. more »»

Dems hope to outspend Jenkins

June 9, 2014 It didn’t take long for outside cash to come flooding into West Virginia in support of a candidate for Congress. What at first seems surprising is the beneficiary — Rep. more »»

A drug-free future in W.Va.

June 8, 2014 One of the persistent complaints from young people beginning to contemplate their economic futures is that there are simply no jobs available to keep them in West Virginia. more »»

Why people enjoy Taste of Parkersburg

June 8, 2014 Last weekend a large crowd squeezed into a little downtown park and surrounding space next to the Blennerhassett Hotel for the ninth annual Taste of Parkersburg. more »»

Everyone should have estate plan in place

June 8, 2014 Many think that since they are not “rich,” they do not need to have an estate plan. more »»

Summer programs kick off

June 8, 2014 The Summer Feeding Program sponsored by Washington/Morgan Community Action begins Monday at the playground beside the Beverly Pool on Fifth Street in Beverly. more »»

Grapevines aggressive, but not deadly to plants

June 8, 2014 A few weeks ago my wife, Linda, made a special request. “Would you buy me a chain saw,” she asked. When I asked why, Linda said she had to cut down the grapevines in the woods. “They’re everywher. more »»

Mysteries for vacation

June 8, 2014 There are several new mysteries to take along to vacation! A young journalist lands her first job that could land her in the path of a murderer in “Scene of the Climb” by Kate Dyer-Seeley. more »»



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