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A quick guide to The Flash

May 14, 2015 The first season of the CW’s “The Flash” series is speeding toward its conclusion, with the finale set to air Tuesday night. more »»

Wealthy Justice has weaknesses

May 11, 2015 If you could spend $5,356 and be virtually assured of being elected governor of West Virginia, would you do it? How one man answers that question, in a way, has quite a few politicians on edge. more »»

Exploring the hiking trails

May 10, 2015 When the weather warms up (and, sometimes, when it hasn’t), I like to get out into the woods and walk or hike away from the pavement and treadmills for a bit. more »»

Celebrate moms with recipes

May 10, 2015 This is the day to celebrate our mothers and make it a special day for the ones here with us and a day of memory for the ones who have passed on. more »»

Downtown must be desireable

May 10, 2015 Being open-minded to change is an important characteristic we all should embrace. That said, I’d like to consider the desirable components of a neighborhood, especially downtow. more »»

Amish book series continue with new reads

May 10, 2015 The final book in a three-part series is released in “The Witnesses” by Linda Byler. This Amish story follows the story of Sarah Davey, a young woman who is the daughter of the bishop. more »»

Some days are better for bird watching

May 10, 2015 Last week I attended the New River Birding and Nature Festival in southern West Virginia as a speaker and guide. more »»

Spring concert presented

May 10, 2015 Beverly-Center students presented their spring music program Friday, May 1 in the Beverly-Center multi-purpose room. more »»

The old chimney revisited

May 10, 2015 Chinaberry trees and blackberry vines surrounded the old chimney. A monument from days gone past, jutting from the red Georgia clay. I must have passed it a hundred times during my travels. more »»

Food giveaway to be held on Monday

May 10, 2015 Penn Township Trustees met Wednesday at the township building. Food giveaway will be held Monday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Church of Christ. more »»

Associate pastor hard at work

May 9, 2015 Even in pain, Lisa Taylor doesn’t complain. She continues to help people in need and preach the word of God in Parkersburg. more »»

Local industry's diverse history

May 9, 2015 The Ice Company’s enterprise The new move of the Parkersburg Ice Company is an important one. They have leased the famous unfailing spring on the old A.G. more »»

Sorting out the Democrat agenda

May 4, 2015 Expect contests for both major parties’ nominations for governor next year — but look for the Democrats to stage by far the more interesting of the two primary election campaigns. more »»

Ups and downs of travel

May 3, 2015 Does anyone else, as the weather warms up a bit and green starts to show through in the woods, get bitten by the travel bug so badly it borders on the unreasonable? I think, in the past couple of... more »»

May a busy month for WVU-P

May 3, 2015 May is one of the busiest and happiest months in the West Virginia University at Parkersburg calendar. In May we celebrate as we see our students excel, pass finals, and enroll in the next semester. more »»

Use fresh spring vegetables in recipes

May 3, 2015 Did you get a May Basket with spring flowers in it slipped on the front door of your house? I didn’t either. Guess that is an old tradition, lost in our hurry, hurry up world. more »»

Country musician releases cookbook

May 3, 2015 Little Big Town band member and host of “Kimberly’s Simply Southern” on Great American Country Television, Kimberly Schlapman releases a cookbook that is a love letter to Southern food in “Oh Gussie... more »»

A look at two new thrillers out now

May 3, 2015 Samantha Hayes tells the story of a disturbing trend of suicides - or is it murder? - in “What You Left Behind. more »»

Weaving a table runner: part seven — shuttles and spacing

May 3, 2015 After getting the unruly strings of my loom back in order, and working for several hours to replace the missing string that had thwarted my earlier effort to put the strings on my loom, it was... more »»

Staying focused despite the 'Noise'

May 3, 2015 I’m not a big fan of “Noise.” As a young girl and then a teenager, I always found it hard to sleep at sleepovers. Strange creaking noises in the houses, whispering and giggles. more »»



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