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Learn to discern bias

August 2, 2015 These days there is a great deal of discussion about biased and unbiased news. Personally, I am convinced that, by its nature, all news is biased. more »»

Use up produce in jams and jellies

August 2, 2015 Last weekend was one for the memory books. On the way to our granddaughter’s wedding in South Carolina, we took a very short detour to the Latta Plantation above Charlott. more »»

New Amish book releases

August 2, 2015 There are several new Amish book releases to enjoy on a late summer day! A young Amish woman finds out her father was keeping secrets that will change her life in Amy Lillard’s “Lorie’s Hear. more »»

Homemade wedding sign, part one: a base coat

August 2, 2015 By GRETCHEN RICHARDS By now, it is no secret to readers of my column that I am getting married in a couple of months. more »»

Our girl Rosie the Riveter acts as inspirational figure

August 2, 2015 By STEPHANIE?YATES Pipeline life is an adventure. Exploring American towns is an education more detailed than any text book or classroom. more »»

Students participate in fellowship program

August 2, 2015 This summer, I was fortunate enough to be one of the 29 college students selected to participate in the Civic Leaders Fellowship Program funded by the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation. more »»

A look at Land, Water Conservation Fund

August 2, 2015 Quiz time - have you ever heard of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF)? Do you know what it does? If not, read on. more »»

Awards presented

August 2, 2015 These second grade students at Beverly-Center Elementary School were award winners at the school’s 2015 awards assembly. In Mrs. more »»

Ladies auxiliary to meet

August 2, 2015 Pennsville Ladies Auxiliary will meet 6 p.m. Monday at Embree Park for fun night. Please bring a covered dish, lemonade, water and hot dogs will be provided. Games and activities for the kids. more »»

Capel shining in WVU post

August 1, 2015 George Capel of Parkersburg is leading West Virginia University students in helping their community and state. Capel was elected WVU’s Student Body President in March and took office in April. more »»

Siege gun takes its place in Fort Boreman

August 1, 2015 Mounting Big Tom! The big siege gun that was sent here by the war department about two months ago, and which has been lying at the O.R.R. more »»

Brilliant, bald and bad to the bone

July 30, 2015 The biggest surprise to some folks watching the recently released trailer for next year’s “Batman v. more »»

Former nurse plans St. Joseph's picnic

July 29, 2015 Carolyn Cunningham loved working as a nurse for 48 years at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Parkersburg. Cunningham has been putting together the first St. more »»

Court's coal stance unrealistic

July 27, 2015 A majority of U.S. Supreme Court justices ruled recently that, in effect, it’s not what the law states in plain English that matter. more »»

'Hunger doesn't take a vacation'

July 27, 2015 Those in our community who face hunger aren’t always who you think they are. Hunger can affect anyone, at any stage of life. more »»

A look back at John Wayne's 'The Shootist'

July 27, 2015 John Wayne and Lauren Bacall starred in the dramatic western, “The Shootist,” the Duke’s last movie. more »»

Distraction, disaster related

July 26, 2015 Oh, the perils of distraction. There is a reason “distraction” and “disaster” are such similar words, I think. Disasters, of course, come in varying degrees. more »»

Politics and religion

July 26, 2015 Lately, many discussions have revolved around politics. They’re sometimes intense and on rare instances, they culminate in frustratio. more »»

W.Va., nation need statesmanship

July 26, 2015 “Posterity! You will never know, how much it cost the present Generation, to preserve your Freedom! I hope you will make a good Use of it. more »»

Division, complacency dangerous for U.S.

July 26, 2015 Communism failed because it could not feed the people. more »»



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