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Football arrives in area in early 20th Century

November 22, 2014 Football team is organized Several of the young football enthusiasts got together last Monday night and organized a football team, naming the organization the Parkersburg Athletic Club. more »»

Turning the tide on Aquaman’s image

November 20, 2014 I’m not saying Jason Momoa won’t make a good Aquaman in Warner Bros.’ upcoming “Batman v. Superman” and “Justice League” movies, but I think the studio has an ulterior motive in the casting. more »»

Banishing the ghost of FDR

November 17, 2014 At last, the ghost of Franklin D. Roosevelt has been banished from many West Virginia homes where he resided for three-quarters of a century. more »»

Apparition searches not always as planned

November 17, 2014 From time to time people have asked me where they can go to see an apparition and if I have ever seen one myself. more »»

The perils of Black Friday shopping

November 16, 2014 Some folks have it all figured out when it comes to Black Friday shopping. They will pick up the News and Sentinel Nov. more »»

To Do list continues to run on this time

November 16, 2014 2015 — Here we come! I’m a list person. more »»

Creating a Purse: part one, a plan

November 16, 2014 As with any sewing project, the desire to make a new purse began with two concepts: the realization my current purse is on the verge of breaking and the desire to not have everything I carry spillin... more »»

UM Women to meet

November 16, 2014 Pennsville United Methodist Women will meet at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 18, in the fellowship room. Bring your brochure that we list the books we read in 2014. more »»

Thrillers to chill

November 16, 2014 A man’s affair leads to murder in “No Strings” by Mark SaFranko. Richard believes life with his wealthy wife has grown stale. more »»

Students learn message behind Veteran’s Day

November 16, 2014 Beverly-Center Elementary students celebrated Veteran’s Day Nov. 7 with a school-wide assembl. more »»

How to ID common feeder birds

November 16, 2014 Identifying common backyard birds is relatively simple by using a step-by-step procedure. Let’s use a group of familiar species to demonstrate the process. more »»

Enjoy holiday season with new recipes

November 16, 2014 Did you have a nice holiday on Veterans Day? All you who are veterans, we say thank you, thank you, thank you! You are the ones who keep us and our country safe. more »»

Entertain ‘Around the Table’

November 16, 2014 Martina McBride releases a cookbook meant to use during your entertaining in “Around the Table. more »»

Sports center marks anniversary

November 15, 2014 Terry Crislip believes the E.L.I.T.E. Sports Center has made a positive impact on the Parkersburg area. E.L.I.T.. more »»

Local groups paved way for historic celebrations

November 15, 2014 Preparations for the Oct. 3-5, 1899 Wood County Centennial Celebration began in the summer of 1899. Various committees began a feverous rush of preparations. more »»

The fuzzy nature of history

November 9, 2014 History is a funny thing. You would think something that comes across as so matter-of-fact when your high school Social Studies teacher recites it would be less ... fuzzy. more »»

Buying downtown is buying local

November 9, 2014 Wow, we are apparently already in the holiday season. While I personally think it comes too early, I certainly understand why retailers look for ways to speed it up and stretch it out. more »»

Thank you veterans

November 9, 2014 While sitting down to write for the Sunday before Veterans Day, I knew there needed to be a thoughtful message conveyed. more »»

A turkey’s eyes are keys to staying alive

November 9, 2014 It should surprise no experienced hunter or birder that wild turkeys have incredible eyesight. One moment you’re looking at a big bird, and the next moment it’s gone. more »»

Books tackle fantasy world

November 9, 2014 New York Times bestselling author Christopher Rice tells a supernatural story of revenge in “The Vines.” Spring House has a dark history, leading back to its plantation roots in New Orlean. more »»



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