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Grim Picture

May 21, 2014 Ohio’s Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund troubles are an early warning for what many federal government assistance programs face in coming years, if officials do not do a better job of getting... more »»

Boil Alerts

May 20, 2014 Mineral Wells Public Service District officials are right to be considering improvements to their system to notifying customers of boil water advisories and other alerts. more »»

Misguided Protest

May 19, 2014 A group called Our Children, Our Future is planning a protest in Charleston Tuesday, where it hopes to capitalize on the special legislative session, expected to begin today, in order to shame... more »»

Character

May 18, 2014 Young people are not always held in the fairest judgment by their elders. “Kids these days” are maligned as not having the drive and character of previous generations. That may be true. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

May 17, 2014 UP: To those taking part in both the Wood and Washington counties annual Relays for Life, which wind up this morning at Parkersburg City Park and Civitan Park in Belpre. more »»

Common Sense

May 16, 2014 Ohio lawmakers may soon get a chance to rectify a glaring oversight when it comes to the health of some of the youngest Ohioans and their families. Reps. more »»

Appalling

May 15, 2014 “We are fully cooperating with state and federal mine regulatory agencies to investigate this incident,” said Patriot Coal Executive Vice President of Operations Mike Day. more »»

Shameful

May 14, 2014 Last week, Dr. more »»

Vote

May 13, 2014 Wood County voters have an enormous responsibility to uphold today, as some of the most important seats in the county are up for grabs. more »»

No Excuse

May 12, 2014 Educators and public officials in West Virginia are often too willing to use poverty as an excuse for poor performance by our students. more »»

Saving a Life

May 11, 2014 On this Mother’s Day, one local woman is grateful for the quick thinking and actions of Boy Scout Brayden McAfee, 11, of Newport. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

May 10, 2014 UP: To the 125th anniversary of the Blennerhassett Hotel. more »»

Attractions

May 9, 2014 National Tourism Week has given local officials an opportunity to showcase all the amazing things that should be attracting visitors to Parkersburg and Wood County. more »»

Ohio Parks

May 8, 2014 Ohio state park users have a unique opportunity in the coming weeks. Because of an $88. more »»

Getting Help

May 7, 2014 Posttraumatic Stress, labeled a disorder or otherwise, affects West Virginians at an astonishingly high rat. more »»

Vote

May 6, 2014 Today’s primary elections are vital for Ohio residents, yet early projections from Washington County Board of Elections Director Tara Hupp last week were for “low numbers” — based on absentee... more »»

Danger

May 5, 2014 Two recent tragedies here in the Mid-Ohio Valley once again demonstrate that despite the fun and recreational potential all-terrain vehicles can offer, they can be deadly if operated improperly. more »»

Gun Shy

May 4, 2014 Wood County Commissioners would do well to take advantage of every offer of assistance from the sheriff’s department in making certain plans for a new trail in Veterans Memorial Park are absolutely... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

May 3, 2014 UP: To the late Bob Zide, innovator and founder of Zide’s Sport Shop in Marietta, for his induction into the National Sporting Goods Association Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame. more »»

Fresh Air

May 2, 2014 West Virginians are breathing easier than they have in decades, according to a report released this week by the American Lung Association. more »»

 
 

 

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