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A Colorful City Full of Culture

June 22, 2014 When I look back on our days in Santa Fe, N.M., last fall, I see shades of pinks and purples, indigo and orange, turquoise and burnt sienna. more »»

Shakespeare in the Park to Make Debut at Oglebay

June 22, 2014 As a new initiative to perform timeless theatrical works in a familiar outdoor setting, Shakespeare in the Park makes its debut at Oglebay this wee. more »»

Lodge Nestled in Santa Fe Hills

June 22, 2014 Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort &?Spa, nestled in Tesuque Valley at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, was our retreat for three days while we visited Santa Fe. more »»

West Liberty Graduates To Sing at Benefit Concert

June 22, 2014 Three West Liberty University graduates who have been selected to perform at the national level are holding a benefit recital to help them in defraying costs. more »»

Emerging Civil War Speaker Explores Campaign of Petersburg, Va.

June 22, 2014 Emerging historian Edward S. Alexander of Richmond, Va., offered a Wheeling audience a detailed account of the Civil War campaign waged by Union forces at Petersburg, Va. more »»

Bryant Marks 100 Years

June 22, 2014 Lois Pauline “Polly” Keiger Bryant, a longtime resident of Beech Bottom, celebrated her 100th birthday Tuesday, June 17. more »»

Wojcik Celebrates 90th

June 22, 2014 Frank B. Wojcik of Wheeling celebrates his 90th birthday today, June 22. Wojcik was born on June 22, 192. more »»

New Silver Eagle To Play in Barnesville

June 22, 2014 The second concert of the Showcase 2014 summer series will take place at Community Arts Place in Barnesville at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2. more »»

Fisher-Price Collectors Have a Good Time

June 22, 2014 Every baby boomer can recall a favorite Fisher-Price toy. more »»

Therapists Talk About Speech

June 19, 2014 Parents are on the front lines when it comes to their children’s health, so it’s important for them to know how to spot problems with development. more »»

Governor’s Task Force Monitors Regional Substance Abuse Issues

June 19, 2014 Three parents of heroin addicts, a physician, social workers, teenage interns and professionals in the fields of substance abuse prevention, treatment and recovery discussed local drug abuse issues... more »»

Characters Come Alive

June 15, 2014 Greenwood Cemetery — the serene, beautiful burial grounds in Wheeling where many of the area’s most notable citizens are interred or entombed — will be the site of historic tours from noon until 4 p. more »»

Car Rental Companies Rev Up Exotic Offerings

June 15, 2014 LAS VEGAS (AP) — There’s a chance now for the middle class to feel like movie stars. Or for a movie star to feel like a movie star away from home. more »»

W.Va. Day Activities Planned

June 15, 2014 West Virginia Day activities are planned Friday, June 20, at a number of Northern Panhandle locations including these sites: Cockayne Farmstead The farmstead, located at 1105 Wheeling Ave. more »»

Wheeling Arts Fest Has Much to Offer

June 15, 2014 The fourth annual Wheeling Arts Fest will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 21. more »»

DAR Gives Salute To Cassidy’s Efforts With Preservation

June 15, 2014 In an early celebration of Flag Day, the Wheeling chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented an American flag and stand to Wheeling attorney Patrick Cassidy for display inside his... more »»

Oil and Gas Issues Surround ‘Fractures’

June 15, 2014 Decisions that characters must make in the novel, “Fractures,” resonate with area residents who face similar dilemmas related to oil and gas exploration, scientist Mary Ellen Cassidy indicated. more »»

Civic Leader Fellowship Program Continues

June 13, 2014 The Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley is continuing a Civic Leaders Fellowship Program this summer in partnership with the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation. more »»

‘Trek the Trail’ Initiative Gets People Moving

June 11, 2014 West Virginia is ranked last in participation in recreation and regular exercise. With one-third of the world considered “fat,” the Wheeling National Heritage Area Corp. more »»

Rare Ohio ‘Mono Mono’ Twins Home For Father’s Day

June 9, 2014 CINCINNATI (AP) — A set of rare “mono mono” twins photographed holding hands moments after they were born are home in time for Father’s Day. more »»

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