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Man needs community's help

August 22, 2015 I could hear the distress in Rick Phillips’ voice. The former standout football player at Parkersburg High School and West Virginia University was reaching out for help. more »»

Clubs build sense of community

August 22, 2015 Elks will organize A vigorous effort is being made to organize a lodge of Elks in this city, and this effort is meeting with encouraging success. Mr. more »»

We let them get away with it

August 17, 2015 It has been weeks since Hillary Clinton said that if she’s elected president, a heavy new tax will be leveled on fossil fuels — and that includes natural gas as well as coal. more »»

Moundsville prisoner may still be in cell

August 17, 2015 Seekers of the unknown are always listening for stories to find new places to visit. Whether it would be someone’s home or business they wait to hear what one has to say. more »»

Reconsidering homework

August 16, 2015 With the start of school in Wood County, many local parents are likely returning to the routine of nightly asking “Have you done your homework?” But a story that came out last week may have added to... more »»

Keeping young people in W.Va.

August 16, 2015 If you read or watch the news, it doesn’t take long to find someone predicting doom and gloom concerning the future of the state of West Virginia. more »»

Farewell to summer with peaches, relish

August 16, 2015 School days are here again. Are your kids excited? Is Mama excited? It is hard to go from a fairly free schedule to one that has solid deadlines, dictated by the clock and the school board. more »»

Vacant Storefront Program launches display

August 16, 2015 Have you been down Market Street lately? Have you noticed some activity taking place at 709 Market Street? Well, if you haven’t, now is your chance to go for a Sunday drive and check out our first... more »»

The legacy of Zimbabwe's Cecil the Lion

August 16, 2015 When Walter Palmer, a Minnesota dentist, killed 13-year old Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park last month, the world was outraged. more »»

Novels that twist personal lives in various ways

August 16, 2015 Shirlee McCoy returns to Apple Valley with “The Orchard at the Edge of Town. more »»

School announces fall schedule

August 16, 2015 School in the Fort Frye School district begins this Thursday, August 20. more »»

Raising money for mammograms

August 15, 2015 Dr. Abdi and Manijeh Ghodsi will once again open their Vienna home and swimming pool area for Camden Clark Foundation’s Pink by Poolside fundraiser from 7-10 p.m. Sept. 10. more »»

L.K.R.R. carries pleasure-seekers

August 15, 2015 L.K.R.R. executives embark on a pleasure trip Visit the fishing camp. Excellent time had by all. The road in excellent condition. Members of the Little Kanawha Fishing Club Enjoy Themselves. H.C. more »»

Fantastic Four face film failure

August 13, 2015 Well, I’m a week late with a column on the Fantastic Four (can you believe they make me write about real life stuff too?), but I doubt it would have made a difference in the film’s poor box-office... more »»

The wrong message for Iran

August 10, 2015 If it was not clear previously that President Barack Obama is an incredibly astute politician but a disaster of a diplomat, it certainly is now. more »»

Bond over common fears

August 9, 2015 Have you ever tried to dog-sit for a creature bigger than you are? Last week’s adventures included just such a difficulty for me. more »»

Football is better than politics

August 9, 2015 Those that know me know that I follow politics like many follow sports. more »»

West Virginia needs to take advantage of natural resources

August 9, 2015 The development of Marcellus and Utica shales may well be the financial savior for West Virginia. more »»

Are you ready for a new school year?

August 9, 2015 School starts in some of our local schools in eleven days. more »»

Chamber seeking nominations

August 9, 2015 Each year at the MOV Chamber Annual Dinner, we recognize ten area businesses and individuals for their accomplishments over the past year in the following categories: 1. New Business of the Year 2. more »»



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