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Creative Cicada Control

May 29, 2016 With the cicada invasion of the Ohio Valley well underway, area residents have found innovative ways to lessen the potential harm to young trees and shrubbery. more »»

 
 
 
German Singing Festival Awaited

May 22, 2016 It’s time to don the dirndls and step into the liederhosen — Saengerfest II is on the horizon in the Friendly City! The Saengerfest, or German singing festival, will be staged in the Ohio County... more »»

Depression Can Affect Children

May 19, 2016 Incidents as far back as Columbine and Sandy Hook led us as a society to take a look at depression in teenager. more »»

Best Beds And Tools

May 18, 2016 Raised beds or areas 40 inches wide with 18-inch walking paths in between are the best system to use in your garden or farm to raise veggies. more »»

Fanfare Follows First Folio

May 15, 2016 The arrival of one of William Shakespeare’s First Folios in Wheeling has been welcomed enthusiastically by the community. more »»

Underlying Factors Causing Stress in Our Children’s Lives

May 6, 2016 I’ve had enough! I can’t take anymore! When is it due? I can’t do one more thing! I am so tired. more »»

Is My Fridge Really Safe?

May 4, 2016 One of the best tools we have to keep our food safe is our refrigerators. People have been using the cold temperature to keep food safe for centuries. more »»

‘Antiques’ Appearance Anticipated

May 1, 2016 Cathy Steele Hougan of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, formerly of Wheeling, is slated to appear in an “Antiques Roadshow” program on PBS next wee. more »»

Honoree Presents Own Gift

April 24, 2016 Joe Eddy, president and CEO of Eagle Manufacturing in Wellsburg, set the bar high for future honorees when he was recognized by West Virginia Northern Community College at the Friends of the College... more »»

Benefits of Career and Technical Education

April 22, 2016 In the world of high school public education, there appears to be a clear line drawn between the core academic classes (English, science, math, social studies) and the career and technical education... more »»

Quality Family Time Sometimes Requires Plans for No Plans

April 15, 2016 It’s 7:15 p.m., and my house is quiet. Everyone is home. It’s just quiet. Dinner is over, so there are no clanging dishes. more »»

Stage Vet Masters New Role

April 10, 2016 John Reilly, well-known area actor and retired professor of theater at West Liberty University, is featured in Quantum Theatre’s current production of Henrik Ibsen’s “The Master Builder” in... more »»

Myths vs. Reality Of Exercising

April 7, 2016 Turn on the TV, read a magazine or newspaper and you will see diet ads, pills, exercises and a myriad of other methods advertised to help you lose weight or get in shape. more »»

Prepare To Build

April 6, 2016 As civil engineers, environmental scientists and landscape architects working to construct on the land, we endeavor to move projects from concept to completion for owners. more »»

‘Punished’ by Rewards? Not All Praise Is Created Equal

April 1, 2016 Anne Bradstreet wrote: “Sweet words are like honey, a little may refresh, but too much gluts the stomach.” And so it goes with praise. more »»

Spring Season Blossoms

March 27, 2016 Happy Easter, readers! With the somber Lenten season completed and the joyous celebration of Easter upon us, a busy spring schedule of events and activities awaits area residents. more »»

Community-School Partnerships Spell Success

March 25, 2016 What makes a school successful? The principal? The teacher? The students or parents? The answer is yes to all of the above. more »»

Corbett Comedy Coming

March 20, 2016 Wheeling’s own John Corbett is in the spotlight again as the actor reprises his starring role in the upcoming film, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2,” set for release in theaters Friday, March 25. more »»

Using Humor To Save Lives

March 17, 2016 It was a large crowd. I slowly worked my way up the aisle, and I knew everyone was watching. At first it was dead silent, and then the whispering and the giggling started. more »»

W.Va. Library Commissioner Selected

March 13, 2016 Dr. Charles Julian, a former Wheeling resident, has been appointed by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to the West Virginia Library Commission for a four-year ter. more »»

Mental Illness Can Be an Insidious Foe Among Teens

March 11, 2016 She sneaks into their lives ... slowly. Her actions subtle, almost imperceptible in the beginning. But she is insidious, deadly. more »»

 
 
 

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