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WSCC trustees OK new budget

April 21, 2015 As a new fiscal year approaches, so does a new budget, as Washington State Community College trustees passed the 2015-2016 budget to send to the state Monday. The budget shows a . more »»

Wood County students participate in state exam

April 21, 2015 By Michael Erb Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — Students throughout Wood County this week are participating in the state's General Summative Assessment exams. more »»

20 years: Oklahoma City

April 20, 2015 By Tim Talley The Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY — Every day when Dr. more »»

Is homegrown terrorism still a legitimate threat?

April 20, 2015 Many gathered in Oklahoma City Sunday to commemorate the 20th anniversary of what was up until that time the deadliest terrorist attack the United States had seen, and many local residents also... more »»

Grocery store deemed a total loss

April 20, 2015 ST. MARYS, W.Va. — A Saturday afternoon fire in St. Marys left a local business as a total loss. The fire devastated the St. more »»

Historic home sweet home

April 20, 2015 For around two years, Lowell resident Diane Hartley has worked at Marietta’s historic Castle as a docent. more »»

Local residents celebrate their Scottish and Celtic roots

April 20, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Scottish and Celtic heritage was celebrated Saturday in City Park. more »»

Fishing derby lures anglers of all ages for 35th year

April 20, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Fish tales for a new generation were made during the 35th annual Parkersburg Fishing Derby at City and Southwood parks Saturday. more »»

Around town published April 20

April 20, 2015 Beverly Ladies Auxiliary dinner The Beverly Eagles Ladies Auxiliary will hold a scalloped chicken dinner beginning at 5:30 p.m. Friday. The cost is $7, which includes dessert. more »»

Job Shadows

April 18, 2015 Dressed in a pair of scrubs and trailing behind a local dentist, 16-year-old Isaac Danford, a sophomore at Marietta High School, got an up-close look Thursday at what the dental profession is all... more »»

Energy firm’s Plan B

April 18, 2015 Heinrich Enterprises, Inc. more »»

Comparing bills using Marietta’s gas aggregate

April 18, 2015 If you live in the city of Marietta, there is a statistical likelihood that you purchase natural gas through the city’s natural gas aggregation progra. more »»

Harmar Bridge falls short

April 18, 2015 Dreams of revamping the Historic Harmar Bridge and tying it into the city’s River Trail were recently dealt a blow when advocates for the bridge learned the project was ineligible to win up to $3... more »»

Green thumbs at Frontier High

April 18, 2015 NEW MATAMORAS—Geraniums, begonias and petunias are filling up the tables of the Frontier High School greenhouse as agriculture students gear up to sell their blooms to the public. more »»

Prison time added for fight with parents

April 18, 2015 A Vincent man already serving 11 months in prison for violating his parole was sentenced to an additional six months in prison Friday for domestic violence stemming from a fight with his parents. more »»

Man pleads guilty to theft

April 18, 2015 From staff reports A Vincent man pleaded guilty to grand theft of a motor vehicle in Washington County Common Pleas Court Friday after stealing a four-wheeler from his former employer and attempting... more »»

Killed on duty

April 17, 2015 Washington County Sheriff's Deputy Rodney K. Kinzy did not know as he neared the Noble County line on April 17, 1990, that he was to lose his life that night, but he knew it was a possibility. more »»

SB3: Uproar over unlicensed teachers

April 17, 2015 It might be hard to picture a public school in which teachers are not licensed to teach a fourth-grader math or to teach music to high school students, but a law recently passed through the Ohio... more »»

Students observe Marietta Council in action

April 17, 2015 More than a dozen local high school students were on hand Thursday night to witness the political process in action as Marietta City Council tackled an atypically light agenda at their regular... more »»

Fort Frye plans summer projects

April 17, 2015 LOWELL —Summer is just around the corner, and for schools that means summer construction and renovation projects, including three in the Fort Frye Local school district. more »»

 
 
 

 

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