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A return of the beat cop

December 28, 2014 My first exposure to New York City was in 1947. The city was blanketed by “beat cops. more »»

The high toll of alcohol

December 28, 2014 On page 11A in Wednesday’s newspaper there is an article, “Committee reviews craft beer bill. more »»

Get rid of Common Core

December 28, 2014 The federal Common Core standards adopted by the appointed State Board of Education are now in effect in our local schools. more »»

No environmental impact?

December 28, 2014 In the Dec. 18 story in the newspaper regarding the natural gas leak at a well in Monroe County, you quote the president of Triad Hunter as stating that “there is no environmental impact. more »»

Readers due the whole story

December 28, 2014 While reading your sports page the other day, I noticed an article in the Teen Beat entitled “Protesting the Police. more »»

Hollywood and disrespect

December 28, 2014 I don’t like Hollywood! Rappers calling their own women horrible names — total disregard of respect of women — Hollywood makes movies promoting violence! And, what if North Korea had made a movie... more »»

Playground grant appreciated

December 28, 2014 On behalf of the East Muskingum Civic Association (EMCA), I would like to extend our deepest appreciation to the Marietta Community Foundation for the generous award of a $5,000 grant for our... more »»

Caring Williamstown residents

December 28, 2014 Williamstown — what a place to live, give and receive! The living was evidenced by the hundreds of people who stood shoulder to shoulder along the route of our “Light Up The Night” Christmas parade... more »»

Compare an apple to an apple

December 28, 2014 Please do us all a favor and label it for what it is a sightseeing trip. more »»

More is not always better

December 21, 2014 A Dec. 14 letter from a frequent writer points to 1828 America as having “farmers, businessmen, plantation owners, slaves, and workers supporting communitie. more »»

Remember those less fortunate

December 21, 2014 As America decorates its homes for the season, overeats and drinks at parties and dinners, spends money it doesn’t have on “things” recipients don’t want or need and runs around like chickens with... more »»

Remembering professor Hamilton

December 21, 2014 Longtime area music lovers, especially those who have attended or participated in performances of Handel’s “Messiah,” may recall the 100th performance of the oratorio at Marietta College in 1962... more »»

Choosing the best for the U.S.

December 21, 2014 I am like Charlie Brown this year — I am having trouble getting into the Christmas spirit. The latest revelations about torture by the CIA in the Bush administration made me feel ill. more »»

Act of kindness appreciated

December 21, 2014 I heard about the tree at the City Park, inviting people to hang ornaments in honor of veterans. My husband, a Vietnam vet, and I went there on Saturday the 13t. more »»

Advent coverage appreciated

December 21, 2014 I would like to thank all those at the Parkersburg News and Sentinel who helped reporting on our Advent Celebration held here at First United Methodist Church. more »»

Sewage smell not attractive

December 21, 2014 On Dec. 15, I came into the Pike Street area of Marietta, and the whole restaurant area smelled like sewage. I thought the sewage plant upgrades were suppose to take care of this proble. more »»

Government’s help still needed

December 14, 2014 I am responding to the Dec. 7 column, “Being far from independent” by Mike Myer, editor of the Intelligencer and the Wheeling News-Register. I must take issue with M. more »»

New Murdoch lane feasible

December 14, 2014 To the West Virginia Division of Highways planners and engineers. As we were sitting in Christmas traffic on Murdoch Avenue today at 5 p.m. more »»

Sale organizers neglected

December 14, 2014 The Good Shepherd Adopted Families Project is so happy to have received such excellent coverage on our Christmas shop by Brett Dunlap. more »»

Marshall sports neglected

December 14, 2014 In the Dec. 7 newspaper Opinion page, the executive editor wrote an article about a man complaining about sports coverage. more »»

 
 
 

 

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