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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 »»

Jamboree To Move Downtown

April 26, 2015 The Wheeling Jamboree is on the move again and, we’re told, is returning closer to its root. more »»

Wanna Go For a Walk?

April 23, 2015 After a long, cold, dreary winter, I bet many of you welcome the sounds, the sights and the scents of this beautiful spring we have been given! From the birds chirping so loudly they wake me up in... more »»

Spring Into Cleaning Your Home

April 22, 2015 This is the time if the year we have been waiting for. The flowers are blooming, and the warm weather if finally on its way. more »»

Worried About Secondhand Smoke From Pot

April 20, 2015 Dear Annie: For many years, I have heard about the dangers of secondhand smoke. I am a non-smoker, but was married to a smoker for 13 years and have asthma. more »»

Balancing Vascular Risk, Setting A1c Level Goal

April 20, 2015 DEAR DR. ROACH: My father has Type 2 diabetes, and his primary care physician has said repeatedly that an A1c of 7.2 percent or 7.3 percent is nothing to worry about. more »»

Collaboration Features Harshman

April 19, 2015 A creative collaboration featuring poetry by West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman of Wheeling, music and dance was set to debut Saturday evening, April 18, at the West Virginia Dance Festival i... more »»

Embrace Students’ Differences in the Classroom

April 17, 2015 I have two daughters. They are as different as night and day. Yes, they have similarities; and when the stars align, they even have shared interests. more »»

WLU Student Is Fellowship Finalist

April 12, 2015 Jaccob Trifonoff, a student at West Liberty University, has been selected to serve as a student director-in-residence at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival this week. more »»

Early Diagnosis, Treatment of Autism Can Have Significant Impact

April 10, 2015 Until this year, I had never been asked why it is important to recognize Autism Awareness Month; but within the past week, I have been asked that question three times. more »»

What to Do About Allergies

April 9, 2015 At last, spring is in the air. Unfortunately, so are the pollens. After a prolonged winter, the trees will release pollen from their swollen buds, driving airborne allergen levels through the roof. more »»

Spring In The Garden

April 8, 2015 As the snow has melted and the promise of spring is upon us, I’m inclined to wander into my garden and see what’s popping up. more »»

New Meets Old In Art Show

April 5, 2015 A new event is planned at the “new” home of a repository of “old” artifacts and historical mementoes in Brooke County. more »»

What Would You Do if You Were in Charge of Schools?

April 3, 2015 Designing an educational program to fit the needs of children K-12 is not an easy task, although the “man on the street” always seems to know what to do. more »»

Not Sure How Far Invitation Should Extend

April 1, 2015 Dear Annie: My son lives in California and is going to marry a local girl in the fall. Our entire family lives in the Midwest. My husband and I, along with our daughter’s family, will attend. more »»

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