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Line Break

March 26, 2015 Earlier this week, Parkersburg residents dealt with the relatively minor consequences of a waterline break that sent 4 million gallons out of the system, and caused the water levels in the north and... more »»

911 Center

March 25, 2015 Wood County’s 911 Center is facing a problem that comes as a consequence of advancing technology and changing habit. more »»

Belpre Chamber

March 24, 2015 Members of the Belpre Area Chamber of Commerce are getting reminders of the benefits available to them because of their membership, courtesy of a group of ambassadors who have decided to take on a... more »»

Employment

March 23, 2015 West Virginia continues to have an employment problem. more »»

Transparency

March 22, 2015 Many states — and the federal government, for that matter — could learn a thing or two about the transparency to which they pay so much lip service simply by taking a page out of the Ohio treasurer’... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 21, 2015 UP: To Wood County high school students who worked hard to raise animals and then won awards and are providing food products through the 67th Little Kanawha Regional Ham, Bacon and Egg Sale. more »»

Gus Douglass

March 20, 2015 Across the Mountain State, praise is pouring in for the man who guided West Virginia’s agricultural efforts longer than any other state agricultural commissioner in the countr. more »»

Public Records

March 19, 2015 Members of the public who seek access to public records in Ohio have a right to expect they will not be asked to pay an unreasonable sum to receive copies of documents. more »»

Safety Day

March 18, 2015 It is not always easy to teach kids how to conduct themselves safely in this ever-changing world of our. more »»

Artsbridge

March 17, 2015 Thursday will mark the beginning of an opportunity for local residents to show their support for the arts and art education, as Artsbridge kicks off its annual United Arts Fund Campaign. more »»

Disabilities

March 16, 2015 Between 2008 and 2013, the number of Ohioans claiming Social Security disability benefits has increased by 28 percent — the third highest growth rate in the country. more »»

Tobacco

March 15, 2015 West Virginia’s kids are surrounded by influences that can make it difficult for them to resist the temptation to begin smoking. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 14, 2015 UP: To Sistersville Tank Works, for its groundbreaking at a new site in the Pleasants County Industrial Center. more »»

WVU-P

March 13, 2015 West Virginia University-Parkersburg offers students a value not found in many other schools around the stat. more »»

Food Bank

March 12, 2015 At first glance, the news of a crisis at Mountaineer Food Bank in Braxton County may not seem as though it matter much to people in the Mid-Ohio Valley. more »»

Safety

March 11, 2015 Drivers may well roll their eyes at the many awareness campaigns intended to make West Virginia roads safer, such as “Click It or Ticket,” and “Turn it off. Put it dow. more »»

Sak Pak

March 10, 2015 Students at Mineral Wells Elementary School — 130 of them, in fact — are being cared for by their community in a way that extends beyond traditional school hours. more »»

Police Training

March 9, 2015 Ohio lawmakers should pay close attention to the findings of an advisory group created by Attorney General Mike DeWine to examine possible changes to the way the state trains police officers. more »»

True Threats

March 8, 2015 Naysayers are criticizing West Virginia’s lawmakers for revisiting regulations regarding aboveground storage tanks, which were hastily put in place after last year’s chemical leak, which affected... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 7, 2015 UP: To the road and utility workers who did their best to keep on top of treacherous road conditions and power outages as the Mid-Ohio Valley was walloped (again) this week by a winter storm. more »»

 
 
 

 

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