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Hoping for sun

September 1, 2014 A rainy Sunday morning put the damper on some activities at the 2014 Washington County Fair, but by afternoon the crowds were slowly building under partly sunny skie. more »»

 
 
 
Phone leads police to robbery suspect

September 1, 2014 A Morgan County man was arrested for allegedly robbing the Beer Barn at 130 North Third St. Friday evening. more »»

Common Core debate continues

September 1, 2014 The debate over Common Core in Ohio is far from over, as testimony continued throughout the last two weeks of August on Ohio House Bill 597, a bill sponsored by Ohio Rep. more »»

Agriculture rescue training

September 1, 2014 Local first responders received some valuable training on rescuing someone who may become trapped in a grain storage bin Sunday afternoon, thanks to a unique piece of equipment developed by Ohio... more »»

Festival volunteer enjoys helping

September 1, 2014 For 25 years, Butch Wiseman, 64, of Fleming, has been active on the Ohio River Sternwheel Committee, serving on the Queens Committee. more »»

Sunday service at traveling wall

September 1, 2014 PARKERSBURG — People came to remember the fallen and show faith in God on Sunday near the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall at City Park in Parkersburg. more »»

Fun and games: Washington County Fair

August 30, 2014 Youth were leading goats, feeding turkeys and brushing cows, rides were being inspected and vendors were getting set up at the Washington County Fairgrounds Friday nigh. more »»

Sheriff’s office lawsuit resolved

August 30, 2014 More than a year after it was filed, a lawsuit between Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks and former deputy Jack Brum has been settled with Brum receiving his requested retired peace officer... more »»

Who is caring for your loved ones?

August 30, 2014 Though they received an state overhaul just over a year ago, there may still be cracks in the rules dictating necessary background checks for homemakers, home aides and home nurses. more »»

Called to duty

August 30, 2014 For Caleb Haught, 25, accepting a position with the Marietta Fire Department was like coming home. more »»

Political dinners planned for fall

August 30, 2014 As summer turns to fall, area political parties are slated to hold annual dinners that promise to bring some big names to the area. more »»

Little Hocking post office will remain open for now

August 30, 2014 Little Hocking is keeping its post office for now after it was confirmed that the branch would reduce its hours rather than closing. more »»

Around town published Aug. 30

August 30, 2014 Astronomy program at county library The Washington County Public Library will host “Astronomy for Everyone: Size and Scale of the Universe,” presented by Astronomer Kevin Manning at 7 p.m. Sep. more »»

Middle school plan

August 29, 2014 When Marietta resident Margie Wesel heard she would have to uproot her four children from Warren Elementary next year so they could all attend what will soon be Warren Middle School, she was... more »»

Riverfront fun ahead

August 29, 2014 While the Washington County Fair is this weekend, right around the river bend is the time for sternwheelers of all sizes to line the banks of the Ohio and people to crowd the streets of Mariett. more »»

Salt Fork gets boost through state program

August 29, 2014 After Ohioans were given a chance to make suggestions for improvements they would like to see at state parks, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has awarded a piece of the capital improvements... more »»

Sewage plant funding discussed

August 29, 2014 The third and final phase of Marietta's wastewater treatment plant upgrade will cost an estimated $16,693,000, according to city engineer Joe Tucker, who addressed city council's water, sewer and... more »»

County engineer gets OK to pursue road projects

August 29, 2014 The Washington County Commissioners signed off on engineer Roger Wright’s application for two Ohio Public Works Commission projects Thursday. more »»

Dedicated to making a sale

August 29, 2014 For nearly 30 years, Voshel’s Furniture has stood as a family-owned business in Boaz started by husband-wife team Fred and Doris Voshel. Fred Voshel, 73, started in the auction business decades ago. more »»

Traveling wall opens, draws crowd

August 29, 2014 PARKERSBURG — More than a thousand community members of all ages honored those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country as they attended the opening ceremonies for the Vietnam Traveling... more »»

Police seek man involved in stabbing, fistfight

August 29, 2014 PARKERSBURG —Police continue to search for a suspect accused of stabbing another man during an argument that escalated into a fistfight Thursday afternoo. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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