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February 14, 2016 It’s Valentine’s Day, and what better time for a romance novel? Things are getting hot in the firehouse in Kimberly Kincaid’s “Reckless” part of her Rescue Squad series. more »»

Skirt project, part four: creating waistband

February 14, 2016 Adding a waistband to an article of clothing may not seem like a big deal. more »»

Downtown PKB to kick off summer with biking event

February 14, 2016 In June, downtown Parkersburg will be the starting point for a four-day biking event organized by the Rails To Trails Conservancy ( more »»

Wisdom does it again

February 14, 2016 In 2002, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) ornithologist Chandler Robbins found a banded Laysan albatross on Midway Island in the Pacific Ocean. more »»

‘The Tenderness of Violence’ explored in essay

February 14, 2016 When we were all four foot ten, Charles was six foot tall. When we were being reminded that “ain’t” isn’t a word, Charles was using words like helium, philharmonic, and analogy. more »»

Beverly honor roll students announced

February 14, 2016 These students were named to the honor roll at Beverly-Center Elementary for the second grading period: Kindergarten Super Skills: Abby Bishman, Breanna Fouss, Cheyenne McKinney, Harrison Miller,... more »»

Women’s Care Center preps to move

February 13, 2016 Janet Kimes is looking forward to the Women’s Care Center moving into the former Stout’s Pharmacy at 3007 Dudley Ave. in Parkersburg in early April. more »»

Life in 1892: One day at a time

February 13, 2016 As was often the case, editors of local newspapers, in early January, would recap the preceding year’s events. more »»

Deadpool arrives, guns blazing

February 11, 2016 Mainstream comic book movies go hard “R” when “Deadpool” hits theaters Friday. more »»

The real 'odor of ignorance'

February 8, 2016 Tyler County educators face a variety of challenges, and they know it. Getting into the 21st Century is not one of them, however. more »»

Education budgets under fire

February 7, 2016 “Out-of-state students are not going to continue to pay these out-of-control costs,” said West Virginia House of Delegates Minority Leader Tim Miley, D-Harrison, during the Legislative Breakfast wit... more »»

Recipes for February days

February 7, 2016 One month gone already in our New Year. Young folks, take a note - the older one gets, the faster time goes. more »»

Losing a loved one

February 7, 2016 Today’s column title is the most difficult one for me and my family. Last Wednesday, Jan. 27, we said farewell to one of our oldest and dearest friends, John H. Lee (Letopoulo. more »»

The opposite of opening a business

February 7, 2016 There is probably nothing more challenging for a business owner than closing a business. Maybe there’s been a death in the family and the heirs aren’t able to take over. more »»

Amish romance for readers

February 7, 2016 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shelley Shepard Gray visits Ohio’s Amish country in her new “The Charmed Amish Life” series with “A Son’s Vow. more »»

Skirt project, part three — a shedding situation

February 7, 2016 There is a moment in any crafting project where something goes wrong. Regardless of the amount of planning or the care taken, that something wrong always seems to creep its way into the projec. more »»

Ruffed grouse can be bold

February 7, 2016 Thomas Felton of Kimbolton, Ohio, recently sent me some photos of a ruffed grouse he had been feeding twice a day since late November. He first noticed the grouse while walking with his grandso. more »»

Fort Frye district crowns its new spelling bee champion

February 7, 2016 Sophia Curry should have many fond ‘reminiscences’ of the night she correctly spelled that word to win the Fort Frye district spelling bee, held January 26 at Fort Frye High School. more »»

Dr. Okeon praises St. Joseph's Hospital

February 6, 2016 Dr. Mel Okeon has visited and lived in many cities. Parkersburg is one of his favorites. The former local radiologist has worked in several medical centers. St. more »»

Basketball takes MOV by storm

February 6, 2016 Wesleyan team won the game; proved too much for the local high school players West Virginia Wesleyan won from the Parkersburg high school basketball team in an interesting game at the Y.M.C.A. more »»



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