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Church source of pride for city

May 14, 2016 Handsome chandeliers for the Chapel of the Good Shepherd are of solid brass; being put in by C.C. more »»

Election law change deeply flawed

May 9, 2016 I have to wonder how we in the press managed to be so out-to-lunch when West Virginia legislators and Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin changed the way judges at all levels are elected. more »»

'The Arrival,' a streaming movie review

May 9, 2016 I missed amidst the knee-high green grass and delicate red flowers, the woman wore a parka. It’s springtime, right? This patch of Eden is in the middle of Antarctica. more »»

Tell your mother you love her

May 8, 2016 My mom is the greatest. No, really, she is. If you don’t believe me or my sister, ask my niece and nephew, who call her Grammy. more »»

Show Mom you care with special recipes

May 8, 2016 Happy Mother’s Day. Moms, this is your special day that you don’t have to share with anyone or any event, so enjoy it. This is the day that your family should celebrate you and all you do for them. more »»

Mother is the sweetest name in the world

May 8, 2016 What an honor I have today to be able to wish all mothers “Happy Mother’s Day!” Today is your day because you are special and brought life into this world and you are responsible for them from day... more »»

Books for moms to enjoy for holiday

May 8, 2016 There’s plenty of modern women’s fiction for mom to enjoy this weekend! First is a story of a pastry chef starting completely over in her life in “Wedding Girl”?by Stacey Ballis. more »»

Across all bounds for moms

May 8, 2016 Bless you Mother Mary The anguish that you felt That awful day on Calvary Beneath the cross, you knelt. I recently wrote a story entitled “The Sunday Morning Bells of Savannah. more »»

New books for spring and summer

May 8, 2016 Publishers of nature-themed books seem to be in overdrive this spring. Here are some of the best: Baby Birds: An Artist Looks into the Nest by Julie Zickefoose (2016, $28. more »»

Get to know the Point Park Marketplace

May 8, 2016 As our Downtown PKB continues to grow and provide outreach to the community, we would like to highlight from time to time different businesses that make up our downtown. more »»

Beverly-Center monthly awards given

May 8, 2016 These students were named ‘Student of the Month’ in their Beverly-Center Elementary classroom for the month of April: Kindergarten — Kya Kehl and Ashton Schultheis; First Grade — Jude Laipply and... more »»

Vienna ranks high in state surveys

May 7, 2016 Vienna is one of the happiest and safest places in West Virginia, according to recent reports. more »»

WPA tackles Parkersburg projects

May 7, 2016 WPA flood work aids in crisis: Throws 700 workers and $31,000 in breach as city strives to meet flood emergency By admission of city and county officials perhaps no organization has been of greater... more »»

‘Civil War’ a Marvel landmark

May 5, 2016 Although only one hero’s name is in the title, “Captain America: Civil War,” in theaters tonight, will feature most of the Avengers, and the story it’s based on had an even wider scope. more »»

Perfect budget storm hits W.Va.

May 2, 2016 Can it get any worse? Unfortunately, yes. Just a few weeks ago, West Virginia legislators and Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin were not far from agreeing on a budget for the coming year. more »»

Finding education time

May 1, 2016 Last Monday, at the Belpre Chamber of Commerce Business Expo, I wandered up to West Virginia University-Parkersburg’s table and asked about online/extended learning classes. more »»

Enjoy beginning of May

May 1, 2016 As this is written, there was a hummingbird checking out the local Restaurant of the Birds. more »»

Orthodox Easter customs and recipes

May 1, 2016 Since I came to this wonderful country fifty years ago, I have always kept and celebrated both the American and Greek holidays and traditions. more »»

'Red Platoon' a searing look into life of soldier

May 1, 2016 Medal of Honor recipient Clinton Romesha writes a harrowing look of a firsthand account of the battle at COP Keating in Afghanistan in “Red Platoon. more »»

Skirt project, part nine — the finished skirt

May 1, 2016 The final moments of making the perfect skirt out of a bargain-store cloth find involve the perfect final touches. For me, no skirt is complete without pocket. more »»



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