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Deputy and Wife Lose Total of 262 Pounds Together

January 4, 2015 WHEELING—Chester and Heather Bise have eaten more fresh fruits and vegetables in the past year than they did in the previous 13 years they have been together. more »»

Tree Gala Raises $2,000 in Cameron

January 4, 2015 CAMERON — The fourth annual Adopt-a-Tree Christmas Gala, presented by the Greater Cameron Landmarks Commission, raised more than $2,000 last month from its auction of decorated trees and wreath. more »»

Farm Agency Elects New Committee Members

January 4, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE?— The Belmont/Monroe Farm Service Agency has announced the results of their recent County Committee elections. more »»

Students Selected For Fellowship Program

January 4, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University students Kristy Park and Arin Craft have been awarded the Judith A. Herndon Fellowship of the West Virginia Legislature for the 2015 session. more »»

Harvey Goodman Honors Realtors With Awards

January 4, 2015 WHEELING — For the second year in a row, Harvey Goodman Realtor in Wheeling had one of its own named the Wheeling Board of Realtors’ “Rookie Of the Year” — John Kazemka. more »»

Elks Scholars Named for 2014-15 School Year

January 4, 2015 WHEELING — Morgan Karnell of Wheeling Park High School and John McLaughlin of Wheeling Central Catholic High School have won the Wheeling Elks Scholarships for 2014-2015. more »»

Big Union Victories During Civil War Help Ensure Lincoln’s Re-Election

January 4, 2015 By JOE LAKER For the Sunday News-Register Wheeling’s two newspapers, the Daily Intelligencer and the Daily Register, offered their readers competing interpretations and answers for national and... more »»

Former City Employee Accused of Theft

January 3, 2015 Steubenville officials are waiting for investigative reports from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation before deciding if they will pursue criminal or civil action against a former finance... more »»

Water Bills to Rise, Rate Increase Will Be ‘Negligible’

January 3, 2015 Rural water customers in northern Hancock County can expect to see increases in their monthly bills in the new year. The Newell Co. more »»

Jesus Figure Taken From Church

January 3, 2015 In what seems to be an echo of recent national events, an religious figurine was taken from a local church Friday. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call at 11:30 a.m. more »»

Boland Not Taking Other Job

January 2, 2015 Steubenville City Manager Tim Boland is one of 21 candidates for the Dayton city manager position, published reports indicate. more »»

Man Charged With Battery

January 2, 2015 Jackson Lyle Caynor is facing two charges of domestic battery and one count of driving with a revoked license after a confrontation with his girlfriend’s son. more »»

Village Raises Water Rates

January 2, 2015 Mingo Junction Village Council this week voted to raise water rates for its residents. more »»

Nonprofits Awarded $7,500 in Grants

January 2, 2015 Wetzel County nonprofit organizations got a boost this week, as the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley announced $7,500 in donations to various charities, organizations and programs intended t... more »»

CFOV Now Taking Applications for ’15

January 2, 2015 A local grant organization is looking to fund economic development and jobs throughout the Ohio Valley for the new yea. more »»

Police Reports

January 2, 2015 BELMONT COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT Reports At 2:45 a.m. Thursday, a caller from an address on Garrett Hill Road, St. more »»

Ohio County Celebrates Strong Financial Year

January 1, 2015 Steak sandwiches topped with cole slaw and french fries, money for fire protection improvement upgrades and reduced jail bills all helped make the year 2014 a winning one for Ohio County, according... more »»

Another Home Destroyed By Fire

January 1, 2015 Another local family is without a home this New Year’s Day, as fire claimed a second Belmont County home in two days on Wednesday. more »»

City Bids Farewell To Longtime Water Department Worker

January 1, 2015 Long-time city employee Loma Nevels said it was timely advice from her mother that helped her gain the public’s respect during nearly 32 years as a city employee. more »»

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