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Dogs find common ground

July 20, 2014 I was dog-sitting last week. My houseguest was a 100-pound, very furry country dog who is used to going in and out far more frequently than my work schedule allows. more »»

Experience Downtown Again

July 20, 2014 A committee of Downtown PKB volunteers recently held their first downtown business canvass in order to get better acquainted with their neighbors, particularly the retailer. more »»

Bermuda sloop part eight

July 20, 2014 By GRETCHEN RICHARDS grichards@newsandsentinel. more »»

Several new women’s fiction books

July 20, 2014 In Amish fiction, Jerry S. Eicher returns to his Beiler Sisters series in “Seeing Your Face Again. more »»

Summer feeding program continues

July 20, 2014 July may be winding down quickly, but the Washington Morgan Community Action Summer Feeding Program wants to remind area families the program continues through August 15. more »»

Recipes for canning, making jam

July 20, 2014 July is slipping away fast. Get all those July plans out and look at them. If you are behind in your schedule, you have to hussle to get everything done that you planned. more »»

Sports with the Geritol Gang

July 19, 2014 The Geritol Gang is alive and kicking. But don’t try to talk politics with the members at their twice a month breakfast meetings in Vienna. These guys only want to talk sports. more »»

Visits and departures liven up community news

July 19, 2014 Murphytown Correspondence Miss Pride of Montrose, Colorado, is here visiting her cousin, Mrs. Will Barrett. Mrs. Knause is on the sick list. Rev. Wisswasser will lecture at the M.E. more »»

More political mavericks needed

July 14, 2014 Good for Phil Remke! And good for Fred Marsh, Terry Weigel, Shane Mallett, Gary Kestner, Joe Manchin and public officials like them. Politics often is a go-along-to-get-along situation. more »»

Putting ‘willing’ into the equation

July 13, 2014 A couple of months ago, the American Association of Community Colleges and the Walmart Foundation announced $4. more »»

New chamber members

July 13, 2014 I am delighted to share that we added 26 new members to our Chamber roster during the first half of 2014. more »»

Royals, tribute to siblings in fiction

July 13, 2014 A young woman befriends a traveling royal in “For All of Time” by New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux. more »»

Kindergarten awards announced for year

July 13, 2014 These 2013-2014 Beverly-Center Elementary School kindergarteners were honored by teacher Mr. more »»

Bioluminescence involves living lights

July 13, 2014 At recent July 4th fireworks displays, spectators squealed with delight at the annual spectacle that illuminated the night sky. more »»

Bermuda sloop part seven: taking shape

July 13, 2014 One of the most frustrating parts about the craft of cross stitching is also one of the parts that most people enjoy about it, and that is the amount of time a project takes to do. more »»

Repeat recipes for holding on to for later

July 13, 2014 Last week was so wonderful that it plum wore me out. The celebrations for the Fourth were great. Our neighbor held a great fireworks display that I stood on my deck and watched. more »»

Easter Seals to open therapy clinic

July 12, 2014 The Easter Seals staff is excited about the clinic set to open this summer in Parkersburg. more »»

Neither smallpox nor mumps mar the beauty of river valley

July 12, 2014 Briscoe items Seldon Way, of Parkersburg, was visiting in the country last week. Misses Viola and Annie Callahan and Miss Laura Shears spent last Sunday afternoon with the Misses Varner. more »»

Tennant looking good to liberals

July 7, 2014 Give Natalie Tennant one thing: She has one bloc of voters locked up. Unfortunately for her, it’s the liberal vote — and this is West Virginia. Rep. Shelley Capito is going to be the next U.S. more »»

Schools need competition

July 7, 2014 Education is the great equalizer, and poverty to prosperity is an American hallmark. It begins and ends with the success or failure of education. When education fails, poverty flourishes. more »»



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