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Townsend honored to be a Rosie

January 23, 2016 Dorothy Townsend of Parkersburg will have her story told as part of the West Virginia Rosie the Riveter Project. more »»

Stay warm by fire and enjoy sweet treats

January 23, 2016 This past week has given us a real taste of winter — from a holiday weekend to a chilly weekend. As this is written, the forecast is for more snow than is presently here and not quite so cold. more »»

City deals with water pump woes

January 23, 2016 Remembering the old pump Almost every school boy recollects the old Pump upon the corner of Court and Juliana streets, opposite Mr. more »»

Agent Carter steps out of shadows

January 21, 2016 Star turns in “Captain America: The First Avenger” and ABC’s “Agent Carter” has turned Peggy Carter into a bigger movie and TV star than she ever was in the comics. more »»

Unions are on our side

January 19, 2016 You may have recently seen articles about “Workplace Freedom.” Don’t be fooled. This is not some new law. It is a smoke-screen for the Right-to-Work law. The Right-to-Work law is unnecessar. more »»

Budget concerns to loom in W.Va.

January 18, 2016 West Virginia legislators have to fill a $353 million hole in the state budget, but there’s good/bad news about that: They may be part of the way there, even before going into session next week. more »»

An arrival and a winter warning

January 18, 2016 After months of mild weather, frigid winter temperatures and snow arrived this week. But days are already getting longer, new winged visitors are arriving, and spring will return in just nine weeks. more »»

'Wanted Dead or Alive' is a classic TV western

January 18, 2016 The “Wanted Dead or Alive” television series produced one of the biggest superstars to ever emerge from TV to motion picture stardom. That man, of course, was the late Steve McQueen. more »»

Closed amusement park is still attracting visitors

January 18, 2016 As adults I am sure we all can remember when we were kids jumping in our parents’ car to take a trip. Our destination for the day was to have fun at the fair or amusement park. more »»

Nation making progress

January 17, 2016 A few years ago, there was a series of commercials featuring celebrities who encouraged us to “celebrate different. more »»

Comfort food for wintertime chill

January 17, 2016 Hello, winter. (Please talk nice to it so it will be a nice winter.) There is good and bad in everything. more »»

Baby it's cold outside

January 17, 2016 For the longest time and pretty much all December, the only thing that reminded me of winter was my Frank Sinatra CD, “Baby it’s Cold Outside” and my “Baby it’s Cold Outside” Christmas tree in our... more »»

New year, new look for downtown

January 17, 2016 In 2015, we saw a lot of changes to our downtown scape. From new store fronts to new events, the influx of new people exploring our downtown is hard to miss. more »»

Thrills and chills in new mysteries

January 17, 2016 USA Today best-selling author Colleen Coble tells the story of a woman returning home again in “Mermaid Moon. more »»

Beverly-Center honor roll named

January 17, 2016 These students were named to the Beverly-Center honor roll for the second nine weeks grading period: Kindergarten Super Skills — Abby Bishman, Brenna Fouss, Cheyenne McKinney, Harrison Miller, Taylo... more »»

St. Joseph's Hospital art for sale

January 16, 2016 Area residents can buy a piece of St. Joseph’s Hospital next weekend. more »»

County jail had many incarnations

January 16, 2016 The first Wood County jail According to Donald F. more »»

Keeping progress going

January 13, 2016 Just about a year ago this week, a new majority was about to take over in Charleston for the first time in 83 years. more »»

Let’s just NAEP kids in W.Va.

January 11, 2016 For years, state education officials have pointed out the shortcomings of the National Assessment of Educational Progress program. more »»

Jobs will bring them home

January 10, 2016 If trends continue, West Virginia will have lost so many people by 2020 that it will also lose a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. more »»

 
 
 

 

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