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Dreaming of new binoculars

December 14, 2014 As the holidays approach, serious birders often dream of buying a new pair of binoculars. Good binoculars cost $200 to $500, so they are a serious investment. more »»

Creating a purse – Part four: flipping and quilting

December 14, 2014 A lot of effort goes into making a custom purse come out precisely the way you want it to look. more »»

Enjoy candy before Christmas

December 14, 2014 Today is the third Sunday in Advent. That means that next week will be the week that Christmas comes on Thursday. more »»

‘Community Cookbook’ brings home cooking

December 14, 2014 The tradition of community cookbooks is collected in “The Southern Living Community Cookbook” by Sheri Castle. more »»

Country club event raises $5.2K

December 13, 2014 A larger than normal weeknight crowd squeezed into the 19th Street Country Club in Parkersburg Tuesday. Owner Dave Wright estimated 75-80 people attended the popular Christmas season event. more »»

Airmail gives Parkersburg faster access to nation, world

December 13, 2014 Airmail pick-up begins next Sunday (at Stewart Airfield) Picking up and delivering mail on wings seen as far cry from days when Colonial Post Riders serviced same countryside The world’s first syste... more »»

Suicide Squad coming to big screen

December 11, 2014 Will Smith may be the biggest name in the just-announced cast of “Suicide Squad,” the 2016 movie based on DC Comics’ team of super villains, but with the Joker, Harley Quinn and perhaps Lex Luthor i... more »»

Being far from independent

December 8, 2014 Back in the spring of 1775, Americans shut down the governmen. more »»

Noticing the assumptions we make

December 7, 2014 I’m not the kind of person who gets easily rattled by someone calling the office with a complaint. Some days it happens with alarming regularity. more »»

Honoring a date that will live in infamy

December 7, 2014 Seventy-three years later, America still remembers the “date which will live in infamy. more »»

The significance of downtown and Christmas

December 7, 2014 While this is my favorite time of year, I understand that for many people it’s very difficult. It can be a period of significant stress because of the extra effort required by the holiday. more »»

Holiday gift ideas for nature lovers

December 7, 2014 As the holidays approach, it’s time to think about gifts for nature lovers on your list. Here are some suggestions. more »»

Beverly-Center announces November Students of the Month

December 7, 2014 These Beverly-Center students were chosen as Student of the Month for November for showing their Cadet Pride by demonstrating the character trait of empathy - sharing emotions experienced by others ... more »»

Handmade gifts perfect for the holiday

December 7, 2014 Where were you on this Sunday when Pearl Harbor was bombed? If you remember it, I know how old you are. more »»

Stem cell donor's efforts appreciated

December 6, 2014 Angie Bussey of Parkersburg needed a bone marrow transplant. Cindy Sutphin of Vienna agreed to be a donor on Bussey’s behalf. more »»

Entrepreneurs help supply Parkersburg with essentials

December 6, 2014 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 »»

Original Guardians differed from movie

December 4, 2014 This time last year, a lot of people probably didn’t know who the Guardians of the Galaxy were. more »»

W.Va. GOP now has its chance

December 1, 2014 Republican leaders in West Virginia have just two years to pull off something big — but not too big. They have to be careful not to bite off more than West Virginians want to chew. more »»

The joy of Christmas decorations

November 30, 2014 All right, everyone, NOW it is time to put up your Christmas decorations. I know, I know. Some of you have done it already. Some of you never took down last year’s. more »»

A stronger future for West Virginia

November 30, 2014 CHARLESTON—We now know that just over two weeks ago thousands of West Virginians went to the polls and strongly indicated a desire for state government to be operated differently than in past... more »»

 
 
 

 

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