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WVU-P adds pipe welding course

November 21, 2014 PARKERSBURG — West Virginia’s first-ever downhill pipe welding certificate will be available through West Virginia University at Parkersburg, officials said. more »»

W.Va. GOP plans energy push

November 20, 2014 CHARLESTON — Republican leaders in West Virginia plan to elevate the Legislature’s energy committees to major-committee status, giving them more time to meet and more resources to use. more »»

Keystone vote splits W.Va., Ohio senators

November 20, 2014 PARKERSBURG — West Virginia’s two U.S. senators again split on a high-profile issue, the Keystone XL Pipeline. Sen. more »»

Grant funds to help Wood County drug court

November 20, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Community Resources Inc. has received a $13,975 grant from the Sisters of St. Joseph Charitable Fund, which will support CRI’s partnership with the Wood County Juvenile Drug Court. more »»

Four-vehicle crash injures three

November 20, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — Traffic was backed up for more than a mile following a four-vehicle accident that sent three people to the hospital and closed both northbound lanes of I-77 at the Williamstown... more »»

Groups collecting clothing for needy

November 20, 2014 PARKERSBURG —As the weather turns colder, those in the community who are in need of warm clothing may not know where to turn. more »»

Partners in Education

November 20, 2014 MINERAL WELLS — Somerville Industries Inc. is the newest Partners in Education with Mineral Wells Elementary Schoo. more »»

Thanksgiving food preparation important

November 20, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Each year Americans eat about 45 million turkeys on Thanksgiving, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, so following safety guidelines for food preparation is essential. more »»

Beijing professor teaches cooking

November 20, 2014 MARIETTA — A flavorful spread of tofu, shrimp, mushrooms and seaweed lined the counter at The Cook’s Shop in Marietta Wednesday evening during a night of Chinese cuisin. more »»

Maintenance program introduced

November 20, 2014 MARIETTA — Washington State Community College hopes to better serve and draw in those interested in a career in truck maintenance after the Board of Trustees approved a new one-year certificate at... more »»

Woman admits role in burglary

November 20, 2014 MARIETTA — A woman who was caught with an accomplice burglarizing a Marietta elementary school by a quick-thinking janitor last month pleaded guilty Wednesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court... more »»

94th District race moves closer

November 20, 2014 MARIETTA — The race for the 94th House District seat is even closer after the Washington County Board of Elections finalized its results Monday, but provisional votes in Athens, Meigs and Vinton... more »»

Marietta woman sentenced for trafficking

November 20, 2014 MARIETTA — A Marietta woman will spend two years on community control and 30 days in jail, with credit for time served, after she sold morphine to a confidential informant in January 2013 and later... more »»

Companies interested in Coldwater Creek facility

November 19, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Business opportunities abound in the Mid-Ohio Valley on multiple fronts, officials told business leaders Tuesday at the Area Roundtable’s Annual Meeting. more »»

Burdette confident of ethane cracker

November 19, 2014 PARKERSBURG — West Virginia officials are more confident the proposed multibillion-dollar ethane cracker facility being planned for Wood County will become a reality following a trip to South Americ... more »»

Two dead in separate incidents

November 19, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Two people are dead in separate incidents Monday in Wood and Ritchie counties, West Virginia State Police said on Tuesday. On U.. more »»

Council revisits Avery Street vote

November 19, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Reversing a decision it made nearly two weeks ago, Parkersburg City Council voted Tuesday to revisit the issue of property along Avery Street adjacent to the Quincy Hill steps and this... more »»

PSC: Municipal utilities need to be regulated

November 19, 2014 CHARLESTON — The head of the West Virginia Public Service Commission says municipal and public water utilities must have oversight and deregulation would only increase costs for them and ultimately... more »»

W.Va. prepping for Ebola outbreak

November 19, 2014 CHARLESTON — Though there are no active Ebola cases currently in the United States, West Virginia officials continue to develop a plan for possible outbreaks, a state official said Tuesday. more »»

Williamstown approves first reading of zoning ordinance

November 19, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — Changes to the zoning ordinance dominated the discussion at Tuesday’s meeting of the Williamstown City Counci. more »»

 
 
 

 

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