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Pennsville Ladies Auxiliary to meet

July 5, 2015 Pennsville Ladies Auxiliary will meet at the home of Amanda Greer at 6 p.m. Monday, July 6. Food giveaway will be given on July 13 at 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Church of Christ. more »»

A look at Eastern wood-peewees

July 5, 2015 They are among the least conspicuous birds in the deciduous forest, at least visually. Eastern wood-pewees are usually heard before they’re seen. more »»

Still time for summer reading program

July 5, 2015 Parents, has the “I’m bored!” summer whining begun? There’s still time to help. The Summer Reading Program at the Beverly Public Library is still happening through July18. more »»

Vienna wine scene evolving

July 4, 2015 The wine business in Vienna is seeing changes. On Wednesday, Eric and Alisha Wright officially became the owners of The Wine Basket, 1509 Grand Central Ave. more »»

Area celebrates Independence Day

July 4, 2015 Celebration of the Fourth Our citizens intend having a partial celebration of this Fourth. Those intending to participate will meet at the Court House, at 11 o’clock, A.M. more »»

Cole likely winner in 2017

June 29, 2015 So, who will be the president of the West Virginia State Senate in 2017? It won’t be Bill Cole, who holds the office no. more »»

2015 is the year of the chipmunk

June 29, 2015 I don’t know if it’s just me, but chipmunks are tough to ignore this year. more »»

A look back at 'The Rifleman'

June 29, 2015 “The Rifleman” was the saga of Lucas McCain, a homesteader in New Mexico Territory, struggling to make ends meet, while working his poor ranch and raising his motherless son, Mar. more »»

A time for soul-searching

June 28, 2015 A glance through last week’s top news stories provided a lot of food for thought — and soul-searching. more »»

The Committee is off to a rocky start

June 28, 2015 I read with interest the June 20 News and Sentinel article concerning the citizen group called the Committee. more »»

Say goodbye to June, hello July

June 28, 2015 June is getting ready to go out the door. Half the year will be over by Wednesday. In six months, Christmas Day will be over and we will be waiting for the New Year. more »»

Start grilling with new cookbook

June 28, 2015 Host of Travel Channel’s “American Grilled” David Guas releases a cookbook perfect for summer in “Grill Nation. more »»

Kids' books for summer reading

June 28, 2015 Its kids’ books week! For young kids, there are a couple of new board books out. First is “Pete the Cat: The Wheels on the Bus” by James Dean (HarperFestival, $6.99, ages newborn to 4. more »»

A tin mansion

June 28, 2015 There was a saying around the little southern town. If you were bad, you went to hell and if you were real bad, you went to work at the creosote plant. more »»

Beverly-Center award winners recognized

June 28, 2015 These Beverly-Center first, second, and third graders were honored by school principal Megan Miller at the school’s end of the year awards ceremony for achievements they earned throughout the year. more »»

Township trustees to meet on Wednesday

June 28, 2015 Penn township trustees will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 1 at the township building. Open to the publi. more »»

Weaving table runner: part 12 — Hand washing

June 28, 2015 Last week, I took the weaving project off the loom. As I unrolled the piece onto the floor of my living room, I got the first look at my wor. more »»

Faith in humanity restored

June 27, 2015 Road rage and rudeness are common occurrences these days. Neighbors don’t talk to each other. People snarl instead of smile. People are shot and killed in church. more »»

Odds and ends from the past

June 27, 2015 Editor’s note: An astute reader examined last week’s photograph of members of the Traffic Department, and said he believes some of the cars pictured are 1955 or 1956 models, which would contradict... more »»

Howard is no lame duck

June 25, 2015 Before Iron Man, Spider-Man, the X-Men and even Blade, the first Marvel character to anchor a would-be blockbuster film was... Howard the Duck. more »»



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