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How Birds Deal With Storms

January 31, 2016 In the aftermath of last week’s winter storm, many readers wondered how birds survive snowstorms and frigid temperatures. more »»

There Is ‘Odor Of Ignorance’

January 31, 2016 Tyler County educators face a variety of challenges, and they know it. Getting into the 21st century is not one of them, however. more »»

Making the Test Matter to Students in W.Va.

January 31, 2016 Here we go again. more »»

Some Enjoyed the Snow, While Others Did Not

January 31, 2016 Officially on the Ballot Ryan Ferns isn’t running for anything this year — he’s still got two years remaining on his state Senate term — but he recently was seen filing paperwork at the West Virgini... more »»

John Marshall High School Renovations Are Detailed

January 31, 2016 Moundsville Lions Club members had an opportunity this past Tuesday to learn of the renovations at John Marshall High School, along with what is still to be done as part of the $37 million project. more »»

Political Pros Paying for Past

January 30, 2016 If you have trouble believing what Newt Gingrich said in Wheeling this week — that the old politics is dead — consider what’s happening in Iowa. Texas Sen. more »»

Just Not Adding Up

January 30, 2016 I make no secret of the fact that I am not a math whiz. My teachers can attest to that. However, I can add, subtract, divide and multiply enough to get through the day. more »»

Al Was A Good Man, Too

January 24, 2016 When Al Molnar embarked upon his career in journalism, newspapers still produced type with molten lead. Writing was something of a physical effort because reporters used manual typewriters. more »»

Looking for Another Miracle

January 24, 2016 WHEELING — Lorraine McCardle is a firm believer in miracles. She’s seen them happen, and she’s hoping for another one for special needs youth throughout the Ohio Valley. more »»

Former West Virginia Penitentiary Plans for New Year of Scares

January 24, 2016 MOUNDSVILLE — Marshall County Tourism staff are working with the West Virginia Penitentiary to create a new experience for visitors to the historic attraction this winter. more »»

Around East Ohio With Al Molnar, One Last Time

January 24, 2016 By Al Molnar It was with great regret two years ago that I gave up writing my Sunday column “Around East Ohio” in order to comfort and take care of my wife, who had broken her foot and was unable t... more »»

Specialist Is First In Region

January 24, 2016 WHEELING — Dr. Dennis Niess, chief medical information officer for Wheeling Hospital, has earned board certification as a specialist in clinical informatics. more »»

Grand Vue to Open High Adventure Park This Spring

January 24, 2016 A High Adventure Park will be opening in the spring at Grand Vue Park! Park manager Craig White on Tuesday provided the Marshall County Commission with an update on this undertaking, and also stated... more »»

EORH Sterile Processing Certifications Passed

January 24, 2016 WHEELING — Five staff members from Ohio Valley Medical Center and East Ohio Regional Hospital have passed the sterile processing certification national exam. more »»

Uncertainty Only Certainty in Race for President

January 24, 2016 As many of you know, I have one or two contacts on Capitol Hill who have, in the past, supplied me with inside information which has been helpful in the draft of many of my commentaries. more »»

Senate Ruling Really Was Clear

January 23, 2016 One wonders whether members of the West Virginia Supreme Court informally have top 10 lists of the worst arguments they’ve heard. If so, even though the year is young, No. more »»

First Time I Ever ...

January 23, 2016 Our lives are dotted with firsts: Our first steps on shaky toddler legs. Our first words of “Mama” or “Da-Da.” Our first ride on a tricycle, graduating to a two-wheeled bike without training wheels. more »»

An Arrival And Warning

January 17, 2016 After months of mild weather, frigid winter temperatures and snow arrived this week. But days are already getting longer, new winged visitors are arriving, and spring will return in nine weeks. more »»

Racism Has To Be Taught

January 17, 2016 How do you explain bigotry to elementary school children??And how do you react if you learn some of them already show signs of racism? Several activities involved in the annual local observance of... more »»

Achieving Greatness by Doing What Is Difficult

January 17, 2016 Christopher Columbus kept two records of the distances traveled on his first voyage to the New World in the Santa Maria. One was true, he thought, but he deliberately faked the othe. more »»

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