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Circles, AmeriCorps help woman

May 10, 2014 Tina Thomas of Parkersburg has experienced positive changes in her life. Thomas says she has broken the grip of poverty through the help of two organizations. more »»

Former slave, possibly more than 117 years old, remembered

May 10, 2014 An old veteran: A pioneer resident of the county was laid at rest The funeral of George W. more »»

True or false? It depends

May 5, 2014 Be glad you’re not a member of the U.S. Supreme Court. If you were, you’d be in the middle of a controversy over lies told about politicians. more »»

Put one foot in front of the other

May 4, 2014 Weather played havoc with a planned National Walk@Lunch Day last week, but that didn’t stop me from being ashamed of myself for having fallen out of my own walking habits. more »»

Plan ahead with a will

May 4, 2014 If you don’t make a will, then what? In West Virginia, that all depends on your family situation. more »»

Fight rainy days with delicious treats

May 4, 2014 Happy Merry May! I think it is time to see more of those “May flowers” and less of the “April showers,” don’t you? I think April just goofed around and didn’t do the “showers” bit as much as shoul... more »»

Book helps cook slow for two

May 4, 2014 While I love slow cookers, sometimes the recipes just make way too much for a small family, especially if you don’t want to be using up leftovers for days. more »»

Zombies, vampires grab bite in fiction

May 4, 2014 John L. Campbell starts off a new zombie apocalypse series in “Omega Days. more »»

Homecoming banquet slated

May 4, 2014 Bible study was held April 30 at Pennsville United Methodist Church. 2nd Annual Embree Park community clean up day was May 3. more »»

A day at the zoo is fun for the whole family

May 4, 2014 Early childhood experiences often shape the adults we become. In my case, I remember going to the Philadelphia Zoo with my parents. more »»

Quest for silk shirt: the sleeves

May 4, 2014 Part Five: The problem with describing the sewing of any piece is that if all goes according to plan, the description, like the process, is repetitive and boring. more »»

School board elections really do matter

May 4, 2014 How much do you know about the candidates for Wood County School Board? Who will you vote for? Believe it or not, many will either vote for an incumbent, someone whose name they recognize, or the... more »»

Man has big hopes for WCAC

May 3, 2014 For four years, Charles Pugh III of Vienna raised money in hopes of building a Warren Christian Apologetics Center on land along Rosemar Road near Woodcraft’s corporate headquarters. more »»

Fraternal organization makes presence felt across region

May 3, 2014 Red Men at New England It appears that the Red Men have been stirred up again, and the scene of their action this time is in the vicinity of New Englan. more »»

Who would succeed Manchin?

April 28, 2014 No doubt some U.S. senators, both Democrats and Republicans, get tired of hearing Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., talk about how we do things in the Mountain State. The feeling is mutual, in a way. more »»

The invaluable benefits of Artsbridge

April 27, 2014 My grandparents ran a photography business, first in Salem, W.Va., then in New Martinsville, for decades. more »»

Books combine literature, food

April 27, 2014 Two new books came out that blend fiction favorites and cooking or meals! First is New York Times bestselling author Jackie Collins’ “The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook. more »»

‘Critical Mass’ necessary for downtown

April 27, 2014 There’s an old saying in the restaurant and bar trade about building business. “Nothing draws a crowd like a crowd. more »»

New middle-grade books for kids to enjoy

April 27, 2014 It’s kids’ books week! There are a lot of new books for middle-grade readers available now! Two bunnies want to get in with royalty in “Lord and Lady Bunny - Almost Royalty!” by National Book... more »»

Stinky roots, delicious mushrooms

April 27, 2014 During the third week of April I can count on two rewards for enduring a long cold winter — ramps for the dinner table and a promise of morel. more »»



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