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Newlywed scroll, part seven: paint, finishing touches

November 2, 2014 There is little in the world that is quite so nerve-wracking as adding paint to a piece of paper that has been slaved over for hours to get everything perfectly laid out. more »»

Amish brides, wedding guests in new romances

November 2, 2014 An Amish woman from a reclusive mountain town is married off to a visiting professor in “The Amish Bride of Ice Mountain” by Kelly Long. more »»

Mast is critical wildlife food

November 2, 2014 Last week a caller to my radio show asked that I explain the word “mast.” “I’ve often heard you use the term, but I’m not sure exactly what it means,” she sai. more »»

Mastering mistakes with new cookbook

November 2, 2014 Editor-in-chief of “Food & Wine” magazine Dana Cowin has released a “learning-to-cook” cookbook in “Mastering My Mistakes in the Kitchen. more »»

Most requested recipes

November 2, 2014 Wow! What a wonderful week just ending. I live all year for the final tasting judging of all the great food the five winning cooks of each category of the cookbook contest have prepared. more »»

Helen Westbrook cooking again

November 1, 2014 Helen Westbrook did not enjoy retirement. She missed cooking and baking for her friends and customers at the restaurant. So, on Oct. more »»

Streetcars changed way people traveled in Parkersburg

November 1, 2014 It is a go: The street railway an assured fact; some of the material for its construction already ordered — horse cars will be used — mighty good news The street railway is a go. more »»

Don’t shed tears for CDC

October 27, 2014 Would it surprise you to learn that one of the functions of the Centers for Disease Control is to prevent “teen dating violence”? The CDC also battles bullying. more »»

Fundraiser helps Mongell

October 25, 2014 Bob Mongell of Belpre has many friends. more »»

Wayside Farm used as sanatorium

October 25, 2014 Property On Fort Boreman, Owned by the City May be Used as Tubercular Hospital On account of the inability of the committee appointed by the Board of Charities and others to secure a location in or... more »»

Truth Seeker: Use Ouija boards at your own risk

October 20, 2014 When thinking of the paranormal and what types of equipment are used to communicate with the unknown many tend to think of the Spirit Board, also known as a Ouija board. more »»

Debate changed few minds

October 20, 2014 Who won this week’s televised debate between Rep. Shelley Capito and Secretary of State Natalie Tennant? Neither of them. more »»

Lessons from the chili cookoff

October 19, 2014 I love to cook. I love to experiment with the kinds of ingredients you find in local markets in places like Little India, in Jersey City, N.. more »»

Chamber to delight during dinner, awards banquet

October 19, 2014 Are you half full of it? Are you familiar with the words “stressed” and “overwhelmed”? In a Google image search, would your face appear? Is your glass less than half full? The Chamber of Commerce of... more »»

Autumn flavors to savor now

October 19, 2014 This past weekend was precious for me My second oldest granddaughter invited me to join her and her other Grandma to go shopping with her to choose her wedding gown. more »»

Spice up your ramen with new cookbook

October 19, 2014 It may be lurking in your pantry now. It may be a throwback to college years. Ramen noodles, those packets of noodles that you boil with a small packet of “chicken” or “shrimp” seasoning. more »»

New kids books to entertain during fall

October 19, 2014 Several new “I Can Read” books have recently been released for young emerging readers. more »»

Backyard bird feeding 101

October 19, 2014 Feeding backyard birds can be as simple or as complicated as you choose to make it. Let’s begin with simplicity. more »»

A successful negative campaign

October 19, 2014 With election time right around the corner, I wanted to share a few of my thoughts on our political campaign. more »»

Antique appraisal planned

October 19, 2014 The Lower Muskingum Historical Society is sponsoring an antique appraisal Saturday, Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at Waterford Elementary School on State Route 339, just south of Beverly, OH. more »»



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