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Putting Food ‘Up’

June 17, 2015 Summer officially begins Sunday. With it comes sunshine and rain, two important ingredients for a good and plentiful garden harvest. more »»

Patriotic Music On Tap

June 14, 2015 In addition to musical performances on the main stage of the Wheeling Arts Fest, two special concerts are planned in downtown Wheeling next weekend. more »»

Summer Slide — It’s Not a Playground Attraction

June 12, 2015 Summer officially starts on June 21, but for students around the Ohio Valley, summer began when the school year ended. more »»

Good Manners Extend to Pets

June 10, 2015 Our dogs are the perfect example of “man’s best friend.” They are treated like hairy children, get very excited when we walk into the house, and love nothing more than to curl up with us on the couch. more »»

Piece of History Comes Home To W.Va.

June 7, 2015 A large piece, literally, of the heritage of Wheeling and the early history of West Virginia is now in the possession of a couple living in Roane County. more »»

Husband Needs to Put Adult Children First

June 3, 2015 Dear Annie: My friend “Nancy” has become one of those stepmothers who negatively influences her husband’s relationship with his adult children. more »»

Stake Plants Properly For Best Growth

June 3, 2015 “Grow up.” That’s what I tell some of my plants. more »»

Stackpole’s Artwork Goes Global

May 31, 2015 Without exaggeration, artist Sharon Lyn Stackpole of Middlebourne can say that her artwork has been seen by thousands of people around the world. more »»

Pierpoint On His Way

May 24, 2015 After several delays, the long-awaited statue of Gov. Francis H. Pierpont is expected to arrive in Wheeling by mid-June. more »»

Take Your Yoga Outdoors

May 21, 2015 Most of us recognize the health benefits of being outdoors. The fresh air, the contact with the earth and the sense of freedom gives us a feeling of peace and tranquility. more »»

Teenager Is Confused On What Move To Make Next

May 21, 2015 Dear Annie: I am 17 years old and still in high school. I recently became “Jake’s” girlfriend. We’ve been dating for about a week. more »»

Chew on These Ideas For Your Landscape

May 20, 2015 Why let the deer have all of the fun? You, not the deer, should be eating the fruits of your labor! So let’s look at some ways you can enjoy an aesthetically pleasing and tasty approach to mixing... more »»

Bishop Search Has Wheeling Connection

May 17, 2015 There is another local connection to the search for the next presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church: the wife of one of the nominees is a Wheeling native. more »»

Collectors Stick to Gum Holders

May 17, 2015 As I was cleaning up my china closet recently, I came across a sweet little porcelain trinket that I found at a neighbor’s garage sale years ago. more »»

ADHD Study: Squirmers Are Learners

May 15, 2015 Parents, do you have a child who can’t sit still at the dinner table, or who can never find his things or who forgets what she is supposed to do? Teachers, do you have students in your class who... more »»

Students Need to Learn How to Live Wisely

May 8, 2015 We hear and read many concerns about high school graduates not being academically ready for college, and college graduates not being ready and prepared for business, industry and other life careers,... more »»

Idle Words Can Cause Devastation

May 7, 2015 “Life and death are in the power of the tongue.” This scripture from Proverbs has been on my heart the last few weeks. At first glance it sounds so sill. more »»

Missing Animals On The Farm

May 6, 2015 The last couple of months have been difficult on the farm: The creatures that protect the daily operations have disappeared. more »»

Put on Your OV History Thinking Cap

May 3, 2015 Are you ready for some trivia? If so, local history buffs, it’s time to prepare for a “smackdown” of historic proportions! The first “It’s Wheeling History” Trivia Challenge is being organized by... more »»

Addams Paved Way for Women To Be ‘Janes’

May 1, 2015 Chicago: 1889. Childbirth is the second leading cause of death for women. More than 30 percent of children die before the age of 5. Unsanitary conditions exist across the city and in factories. more »»

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