Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Facebook | Twitter | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
What's your opinion? We value your opinion and encourage you to share it with our readers by writing a Letter to the Editor. Submit your letter online with our Virtual Newsroom.

Flag should always be respected

June 14, 2015 For over 200 years the flag has become our symbol of our nation’s strength and unity, and (today) is Flag Day. more »»

U.S. could feed the world

June 14, 2015 In keeping with your current newspaper articles highlighting farms, I submit the following: Why, given the world’s varying ages, including this digital age, did God choose two thousand years ago to... more »»

Editorial on meeting unfounded

June 14, 2015 Your editorial in Thursday’s paper appears to be largely unfounded, poorly researched and ill-advised. more »»

Is Common Core the problem?

June 14, 2015 A few weeks ago, a letter to the editor disparaged the Common Core State Standards. Many people have voiced similar opinions and are fighting very hard to eliminate i. more »»

Is effort wasted on recycling?

June 14, 2015 This morning while waiting for the trash truck to go so I could pull out of my driveway, I watched as they threw everything from my recycling bin and several of my neighbors’ bins into the trash... more »»

TPP should not be fast-tracked

June 14, 2015 Fast Tracking approval for the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement, (TPP) should never be allowed to pas. more »»

'Win' may be loss for city

June 14, 2015 Recently our community has witnessed the nasty, evil side of politics. Only a tiny faction of our population has participated in this unfortunate travesty. more »»

Cuts removing rungs on educational ladder

June 8, 2015 Recently, I addressed the Wood County Board of Education concerning the changes planned for the county’s instrumental music program. more »»

A simple thanks, from a runner

June 8, 2015 I would like to take just a quick minute to thank the individuals who are affected by the local training runs and races. more »»

Dad's lessons key to hope for the U.S.

June 8, 2015 I read the sermon of the week in the news on May 30, and saw the answer to the question, “Is there any hope for the United States of America?” Rev. more »»

Safety hazards at Point Park

June 7, 2015 It is my hope that those with influence will use their positions to help correct the following: 1) Today, a tow on West Virginia rivers can legally operate pushing a raft of barges over one thousand... more »»

Immunizations make sense

June 7, 2015 A few months ago, articles were published about childhood immunizations. more »»

Help with exhibit appreciated

June 7, 2015 The Farmers’ Castle Museum Education Center was gratified to see the interest shown by the community in the Abraham Lincoln “A Man of His Times, A Man for All Times,” traveling exhibit, part of the... more »»

Grateful for rescue of dog

June 7, 2015 I would like to publicly thank the Marietta Police Department for their great kindness in helping our newly adopted dog get unstuck from a head-lock she had inadvertently gotten herself into. more »»

Learn about human trafficking

June 7, 2015 This past week I attended a meeting sponsored by The Catholic parishes in the Parkersburg area on human trafficking. more »»

Tank must be cleaned up

June 7, 2015 If you have ever frequented the Grand Central Mall or the nearby Wal-Mart, you will have noticed a gigantic eyesore lurking between the mall, Wal-Mart and the river. more »»

Give to certified charities, not panhandlers

June 1, 2015 The FTC announced it was closing down four cancer charities for abusing the monies they collected. These were well organized groups that abused your trust and the rules established by our governmen. more »»

Wood BOE can't cut band

May 31, 2015 The Wood County Board of Education is exploring options to replenish its contingency fund. The band program, among other areas, is in the spotlight for saving. more »»

Concert shows value of music

May 31, 2015 If I had a “do over” this past week, I would contact every member of the Wood County Board of Education and invite them to the PHS A Cappella Spring Concert. more »»

Many helped with field day

May 31, 2015 This May marked the third year that Campus Martius and the Ohio River Museums hosted the 8th Grade Civil War Field Day for schools in Washington County. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web