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Wheeling Readies For Anniversary

February 17, 2013 As history buffs know, the sesquicentennial of West Virginia statehood occurs in the middle of the five-year observance of the Civil War sesquicentennial. more »»

Dr. Holloway On Another Adventure

February 10, 2013 Dr. John Holloway of Wheeling has embarked upon another exciting adventure in Kenya. During his stay in western Kenya, he is again visiting the Elewana Education Project, founded by the Rev. more »»

Do You Have A Dream?

January 27, 2013 What are your dreams for your community? That was a question posed and answered when the Martin Luther King J. more »»

Teachers Made the Ultimate Sacrifice

January 25, 2013 The unspeakable tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary shook all of us to the core. It is no wonder we were so deeply affected when the young victims were 6 and 7 years old. more »»

Veterinarian Assists In Ethiopia

January 13, 2013 Area residents’ involvement in U.. more »»

Bright Lights For Friends

January 5, 2013 The bright lights of the theatrical stage continue to shine brightly for Martins Ferry friends Matthew Webster and Chasdan Ross Mik. more »»

Park Grad Signs Deal In Nashville

December 30, 2012 As the new year approaches, a new opportunity awaits an Ohio Valley native. Casey Wood, who hails from Dallas, W.Va., has garnered a songwriting contract in Nashville. more »»

Merry Christmas, Readers!

December 22, 2012 Merry Christmas, readers! May your holiday season be blessed with meaningful celebrations, good times and great experiences with family and friends. more »»

Christmases Past Influence Our Presents

December 19, 2012 We decorated our Christmas tree yesterday. For the last two years we used sparse decorations for one reason or another, but this year we brought up every Christmas box that was in the basement. more »»

A Salute to the Generous

December 18, 2012 In this joyous season, it is appropriate to salute all of the people who are giving to other. more »»

Wheeling Rolls Out ‘Green Carpet’

December 8, 2012 If there were a “green carpet,” one could say that Wheeling community leaders rolled out a virtual version for Irish diplomat Peter Ryan who visited the Friendly City Thursday evening. more »»

Museum Completes Its Move

November 24, 2012 The Brooke County Museum has completed its move from the historic Miller’s Tavern building on Main Street in downtown Wellsburg to more spacious accommodations at 704 Charles St., Wellsburg. more »»

Harshman Publishes Poetry Collection

November 18, 2012 A new full-length collection of poems by West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman of Wheeling is being released, just in time for holiday giving. more »»

Why Snowplow Parents Clear the Way for Kids

November 14, 2012 You have heard the term "helicopter mom," I am sure. It certainly has worked its way into our vernacular. Sneaking in right behind it is another term, "the snowplow mom. more »»

Actress With Local Ties in Film

November 10, 2012 Marissa Molnar, an actress with eastern Ohio roots, is making a name for herself on stage and screen. more »»

Artist Has Designs On CMA Awards

November 4, 2012 The Country Music Association Awards event in Nashville last week had more than one Ohio Valley connection. more »»

Area Sights In History Series

October 27, 2012 Area residents who are watching the History Channel’s new series, “The Men Who Built America,” may be seeing some familiar faces and local sights. Part of the series, which focuses on U.S. more »»

Weirton Boy In Touring B’way Show

October 21, 2012 Nine-year-old Eli Tokash of Weirton is playing a leading role in the national tour of Disney’s hit Broadway musical, “Mary Poppins,” being staged at the Benedum Theatre in Pittsburgh. Eli, son of P.J. more »»

Local Woman A Finalist

October 14, 2012 Sarah Beth Yoder, a law student from Moundsville, is a finalist for the title of Ms. Mountaineer at West Virginia University. more »»

Separating Church And State

October 14, 2012 Occasionally the pastor of your church may preach on the Ten Commandments. “Thou shalt not steal,” he may remind you. more »»

 
 

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