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New teen books tackle hot topics

November 24, 2013 It’s kids’ books week! Several new teen books take on hot topics like bullying, popularity and more. more »»

A link completed and a look back on Elm Street

November 24, 2013 An asphalt tank had overfilled. The night shift operator had been busy filling out papers and talking with the driver. A few gallons ran on the groun. more »»

Enjoy a tasty Thanksgiving

November 24, 2013 One month from today it will be Christmas Eve. The little kids are anxiously counting down the days. more »»

No taste like home with new cookbook

November 24, 2013 A collection of “hometown” flavors comes in “Southern Living: No Taste Like Home” by Kelly Alexander. more »»

Guild adds additional 'White Christmas' show

November 23, 2013 Sold out before the first show on Friday nigh. more »»

Civil War: The competent Gov. Pierpont

November 19, 2013 Several times I have been asked about the events at Wheeling creating West Virginia. more »»

McKinley a safe bet over Gainer

November 18, 2013 Rep. David McKinley, who represents West Virginia’s First Congressional District, will have a race on his hands next year. He’ll win it. more »»

Frustrated Newell takes on panel

November 17, 2013 It would appear Parkersburg Mayor Bob Newell declared war last week on the Parkersburg Police Civil Service Commission, seeking — and at least initially reportedly getting — the resignations of the... more »»

MOV Chamber of Commerce grows

November 17, 2013 In June of this year I shared the listing of the 24 new members we had added during the first half of 2013. more »»

Understanding the ‘Kiddie Tax’ rules

November 17, 2013 For something whose nickname sounds so innocent, the “kiddie tax” certainly can wreak havoc on unprepared taxpayers’ yearly return. more »»

Wooden ponies never die

November 17, 2013 Painted skies and ponies with names like Midnight, Rainbow and Champion. more »»

Shoe Box Ministry collections held

November 17, 2013 Bring your items for the Shoe Box Ministry today. Fill a pew Sunday will be held Sun. Dec. 1. Bring someone with you to church, will be a carry-on dinner at noon. more »»

Legion brings program to school

November 17, 2013 Members of Beverly American Legion Post 389 brought the message of Veteran’s Day to students and staff of Beverly-Center Elementary School on November 7. more »»

Ready for season with new romances

November 17, 2013 A man wins a title and an estate in Scotland — as well as a bethrothed — in “Plaid Tidings” by Mia Marlowe. Lord Alexander Mallory is visiting Scotland intending to do some spying on rebels. more »»

Stay grateful during holidays

November 17, 2013 It is so beautiful here on the hilltop this morning. This is being written the morning of the first snow of the winter. more »»

‘Own Your Kitchen’ with Burrell

November 17, 2013 The Food Network’s Anne Burrell delivers a cookbook to inspire tentative home cooks in “Own Your Kitchen. more »»

Vienna family experiences Tide football

November 16, 2013 David and Sue Lyons of Vienna recently experienced the enthusiasm surrounding University of Alabama football while visiting their son Shane and family in Tuscaloosa. more »»

Obama: $15.8M insignificant

November 11, 2013 I suppose liberal politicians have to operate by the philosophy that if you want to make an omelet, you have to break a few eggs. But 15. more »»

Lawsuit costs Parkersburg $25K

November 10, 2013 Local politics at its worst ... and the city of Parkersburg is out nearly $25,000 because of it. more »»

Downtown needs more momentum

November 10, 2013 While living in Atlanta in the early 1980s, I read an interview with a very prominent real estate developer named John Portman. more »»

 
 

 

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