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Marshall County Writer Making Waves

March 13, 2016 As many college graduates struggle to find a place in the world after leaving their schools, the stress of finding a foothold with their careers coupled with mounting student loan debt has left many... more »»

Really Understanding Those ‘Ordinary’ Americans

March 13, 2016 The headline: “Millions of ordinary Americans support Donald Trump.” Immediately, I bristled. Here we go again. “Ordinary” Americans. We know what that’s supposed to mean. Plain people. more »»

Belleek Irish Pottery Has a Long History

March 13, 2016 Eggshell thin and creamy white, the pottery known as Belleek is a perfect choice to display as St. Patrick’s Day draws near. Classic Belleek sports pale green shamrocks and delights collectors. more »»

Belleek Irish Pottery Has a Long History

March 13, 2016 Eggshell thin and creamy white, the pottery known as Belleek is a perfect choice to display as St. Patrick’s Day draws near. Classic Belleek sports pale green shamrocks and delights collectors. more »»

WVU Faculty, Students to Perform Concert

March 13, 2016 The music faculty at West Virginia University is a group of experienced, sought-after musicians in their own right, and a local audience will get the chance to judge for themselves during the WVU... more »»

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March 13, 2016 WHEELING — The Ohio-Marshall County Pharmacist Association’s 42nd annual Spring Continuing Education Seminar will take place on Sunday, March 20 at Wilson Lodge, Oglebay Park. more »»

Nancy Reagan Was The President’s Rock

March 13, 2016 Nancy Reagan’s death marks the final chapter in what was one of the greatest love stories of all time. The role of political spouse is not an easy one, but Mrs. Reagan managed her role brilliantly. more »»

Patient Educates Peers on Taking Control of Diabetes

March 13, 2016 Norma Cannon of Denver, Colo. more »»

Robinson New Elks Lodge No. 28 Ruler

March 13, 2016 WHEELING — David Robinson has been elected Exalted Ruler of Wheeling Elks Lodge No. 28. Robinson will serve a full year in office. more »»

Jewishness Far More Than Victimhood

March 13, 2016 Bernie Sanders is the most successful Jewish candidate for the presidency ever. It’s a rare sign of the health of our republic that no one seems to much care or even notice. more »»

Special Activities

March 13, 2016 Dinner-Dance A shamrock dinner-dance for Ohio County senior citizens will be held at Wheeling Park’s White Palace Thursday, March 17, with dinner at 6 p.m. more »»

Practicing Home Town Journalism

March 13, 2016 Many people who work in “the media” don’t understand the real boots on the ground are worn by the folks who put out weekly newspapers in small towns throughout the country. more »»

Making More Use Of ‘Big Data’ in Education

March 13, 2016 America’s community colleges offer the promise of a more affordable pathway to a bachelor’s degree. more »»

Reducing Supply of Painkillers to Ease Drug Epidemic

March 13, 2016 The drug problem in West Virginia is complex with many moving parts and seemingly few concrete solutions. more »»

Correct Pay Discrepancies Between Whites, Minorities

March 13, 2016 The Intel Corporation is about to do something so radical and unconventional in the realm of American business that its CEO, Brian Krzanich, admits that he’s “scared to death. more »»

Traffic Troubles, New Attractions and Help Is Wanted

March 13, 2016 A Mistake Worth Making This past Tuesday, this reporter found himself lamenting his decision to use Ohio 7, rather than W.Va. 2, to make the commute to work. more »»

Next President Must Repair Foreign Relations

March 13, 2016 Just a few days ago, Iran tested ballistic missiles capable of striking American allies in the Middle East. As the Islamic Republic is eager to make clear, Israel is the primary target. more »»

Dates for Annual Free Disposal Program Set in Marshall County

March 13, 2016 With spring coming on board next Sunday, several events connected with this time of year will soon be getting underway. more »»

Thinking More About Why We Go to War

March 13, 2016 At last year’s annual meeting of the American Political Science Association my Cato colleague Ben Friedman organized a panel to consider the question “Why is there not more scholarly evaluation of... more »»

Is the ‘War on Terror’ Never Meant To Be Won?

March 13, 2016 Since Sept., 11 2001, our foreign policy can be summed up with the euphemism, “The War On Terror. more »»

 
 
 

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