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Comfort food for wintertime chill

January 17, 2016 Hello, winter. (Please talk nice to it so it will be a nice winter.) There is good and bad in everything. more »»

Baby it's cold outside

January 17, 2016 For the longest time and pretty much all December, the only thing that reminded me of winter was my Frank Sinatra CD, “Baby it’s Cold Outside” and my “Baby it’s Cold Outside” Christmas tree in our... more »»

New year, new look for downtown

January 17, 2016 In 2015, we saw a lot of changes to our downtown scape. From new store fronts to new events, the influx of new people exploring our downtown is hard to miss. more »»

Thrills and chills in new mysteries

January 17, 2016 USA Today best-selling author Colleen Coble tells the story of a woman returning home again in “Mermaid Moon. more »»

Beverly-Center honor roll named

January 17, 2016 These students were named to the Beverly-Center honor roll for the second nine weeks grading period: Kindergarten Super Skills — Abby Bishman, Brenna Fouss, Cheyenne McKinney, Harrison Miller, Taylo... more »»

St. Joseph's Hospital art for sale

January 16, 2016 Area residents can buy a piece of St. Joseph’s Hospital next weekend. more »»

County jail had many incarnations

January 16, 2016 The first Wood County jail According to Donald F. more »»

Keeping progress going

January 13, 2016 Just about a year ago this week, a new majority was about to take over in Charleston for the first time in 83 years. more »»

Let’s just NAEP kids in W.Va.

January 11, 2016 For years, state education officials have pointed out the shortcomings of the National Assessment of Educational Progress program. more »»

Jobs will bring them home

January 10, 2016 If trends continue, West Virginia will have lost so many people by 2020 that it will also lose a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. more »»

Make your own sausage at home

January 10, 2016 Has this New Year started well for you? It sort of snuck in when we weren’t looking. Anything that wasn’t finished last year can be finished this year, so don’t fret about “unfinished” business. more »»

New year, new you

January 10, 2016 It is amazing how fast 2015 flew by and each year they seem to go by faster and faster. more »»

Skirt project, part one — the perfect material

January 10, 2016 There is a certain joy that comes from making your own clothing. It is a sense of pride knowing you created something beautiful with a perfect fit. more »»

2015 year in review for Mid-Ohio chamber

January 10, 2016 As a business membership organization, the Mid-Ohio Valley Chamber of Commerce strives to offer programming to benefit the business community. more »»

Women's fiction reads entertain

January 10, 2016 Scarlett Dunn takes readers on a Wild West tale in “Finding Promise. more »»

First, last chestnut tree

January 10, 2016 When I was a boy, my father and I hiked country roads on autumn afternoons collecting hickory nuts, a favorite snack. more »»

Opportunities at the Beverly library

January 10, 2016 The new year brings new opportunities at the Beverly Public Library. For those of you that enjoy cross stitch, a class is starting this Wednesday, January 13. more »»

Old man in the mirror

January 10, 2016 They say a thousand failures Equals one success I surely must be successful Lord Cause failing seems to be what I do the best The shadows now are reaching To touch my weary soul While yesterday’s... more »»

Recalling the kindness of Betty Lutz

January 9, 2016 Word of the Oakland mansion being donated to the West Virginia University at Parkersburg Foundation reminds me, and others, of the kindness displayed by its former occupant Betty Lutz. more »»

Then and now: The more things change...

January 9, 2016 Out and In: Inaugural meeting of the new city council At half-past seven o’clock last night the Council Chamber presented an animated scene. more »»



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