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Legislative sessions good for W.Va.

April 10, 2016 The last two sessions in the House have seen a copious amount of bills passed, and a prodigious amount of work in committees getting those bills to the floor for a vote. more »»

Salad dressings for spring

April 10, 2016 Well, we are right back to having to have the fireplace burning to keep warm and watching the poor flowers that dared to bloom start to droo. more »»

Gone country with cookbook

April 10, 2016 Go country with some new recipes in “Country Cooking from a Redneck Kitchen” by Francine Bryson with Ann Volkwein. I may have been born in Ohio, but a part of me seems to belong in the South. more »»

Recipes you treasure

April 10, 2016 Have you ever tried a dish or two and wish you had the recipe but don’t know how to get it? If it is at a restaurant, you don’t dare ask for their secret recipe that everyone love. more »»

Bonnets and buggies fly in new Amish series

April 10, 2016 There are several new Amish romance series for this month to enjoy! First is Amy Lillard’s “Just Plain Sadie,” part of her series of books set in Wells Landing, Oklahom. more »»

Grandparents' Day at Beverly-Center held

April 10, 2016 Close to 200 grandparents and ‘grandfriends’ visited Beverly-Center March 23 for a special afternoon of magic and fun. more »»

Reliable signs of spring

April 10, 2016 So far this spring the weather has been totally unpredictable. One day the high temperature reaches 70 degrees, and the next it reads 42 degrees. Meanwhile low temperatures dip into the 20s. more »»

A drowning in the ocean

April 10, 2016 The surf was angry. The outgoing tide slapped and clawed at the beach. Currents swept by at crazy angles. Dark clouds moved rapidly across the summer sky. more »»

Summers not seeking fourth term

April 9, 2016 North Hills will have a new mayor next year. Bill Summers, who has served as mayor for six years (three terms), is not seeking re-election. more »»

Bridge spurs progress

April 9, 2016 A bridge at Fifth Street: Seems to be solution of difficulty and is favored by those interested The matter of the proposed bridge across the Kanawha as well as the improvement of the various... more »»

Medical schools must help tackle addiction

April 8, 2016 * 29,000 overdose deaths in a year * More than 250 million prescriptions written * 13,000 babies born — more than one every hour — with addictions * Health care costs and treatment in the billions *... more »»

Let's have real justice in W.Va.

April 4, 2016 Darrell McGraw couldn’t even get half the voters of West Virginia to support him the last time he ran for office. But he may not need that this time around. more »»

Preparing for the big show

April 3, 2016 Monday evening will bring one of the finest groups of musicians and singers in the country to Parkersburg for a concert that will provide not only a fantastic hour-and-a-half of entertainment, but a... more »»

Use those dandelions in recipes

April 3, 2016 Did your Easter come as a joyful and peaceful event? Spring is such a wonderful season with everything coming to life after the winter. The flowers start blooming and the grass starts getting gree. more »»

Taking a look at my big fat Greek recipes

April 3, 2016 Growing up and watching my mother cooking daily home cooked meals, I thought I wanted to be just like her and do the same thing. more »»

Skirt project, part seven: Quilting glue is your friend

April 3, 2016 The process of appliqueing is not nearly so difficult as people would think. more »»

Partners in Education Luncheon set for Tuesday

April 3, 2016 Just a few days out and we are putting the final touches on our annual Partner in Education luncheon. more »»

Women’s fiction for spring

April 3, 2016 There’s several great new spring reads in women’s fiction! Three women find their lives off course and are looking for a way back or at least a new normal in “Some Women” by Emily Liebert. more »»

Understanding the voices of birds

April 3, 2016 On March 10th the first eastern phoebe of the season perched on a red maple branch outside my office window. It sang its buzzy song, “fee-bee,” repeatedly for several minutes. more »»

Students hold international fair

April 3, 2016 Sixth grade Social Studies students at Beverly-Center ‘traveled the world’ during their International Fair. more »»



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