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The role of the Port Authority

April 27, 2013 The other day at a meeting a participant asked, “What does the Port Authority do?” My first reaction was one of indignation even resentment. more »»

An Eye on the Lower Muskingum: Gen. Buell in the Civil War

April 27, 2013 After a successful military performance in the Mexican War and subsequent administrative duties, Don Carlos Buell was already known to the nation’s leaders by the time he was picked to deliver the... more »»

Volunteers can receive disaster training

April 20, 2013 Do you know what happens in a disaster? The good news is that Americans respond by volunteering. They rush to the site of the disaster — ready willing and able to help in any way they can. more »»

Right Path still helping, growing

April 20, 2013 The Right Path continues to grow and thrive thanks to continued community support. more »»

Kim Jong-Un’s game of nuclear poker

April 20, 2013 Kim Jong-Un, the ruler of North Korea, seems to have gone crazy. more »»

Stay safe when digging in your yard or other property

April 20, 2013 As the weather warms and spring finally seems to be coming to Ohio, many of us are dusting off our shovels and tools and starting to plan our landscaping to-do lists. more »»

Keeping an Eye on the Lower Muskingum: Gen. Don Carlos Buell’s birthplace

April 13, 2013 There was only one Civil War Major General born in Washington County, Ohio. Don Carlos Buell was born in Adams Township on March 23, 1818, son of Salmon D. and Eliza Buell Buell. more »»

An Eye on the Lower Muskingum: Watertown descendant famous

March 30, 2013 Jacob Peters was born in Germany and immigrated to Watertown Township in 1833 in search of better opportunities for his family. A close study of his descendants shows he succeeded. more »»

Why China supports a defiant North Korea

March 30, 2013 The Hermit Kingdom is saber-rattling again. This time, Pyongyang vowed to “scrap” the 1953 armistice credited for six decades of uneasy peace on the Korean peninsula. more »»

Times past March 30-31

March 30, 2013 March 30 25 years ago ¯ The final span of the 85-year-old Williamstown Bridge fell, causing minor damage to several homes at the foot of the bridge in Williamstown. more »»

Job creation still state’s priority

March 23, 2013 The first bill to pass out of the Ohio House of Representatives during the previous General Assembly in January 2011 established JobsOhio. more »»

Chamber Viewpoint: What a community hospital means to a community

March 18, 2013 This Chamber Viewpoint is focused on education and its impact on our economic future. more »»

An Eye on the Lower Muskingum: Surviving items from Buckeye Belle

March 16, 2013 It was a dark, cold afternoon on November 12, 1852, when the side-wheel steamer Buckeye Belle came up the Muskingum River on her way to Zanesville. About 5 p.m. more »»

Conflict, not coexistance in the South China Sea

March 9, 2013 The South China Sea is becoming the epicenter of a whirlwind of escalating territorial and strategic disputes between China and countries in Southeast and East Asia. more »»

Interest, access to shale surges in countries around the world

March 2, 2013 If Vladimir Putin seems a little grumpy lately, there is probably good reason: Russia is losing its grip on Europe’s natural gas supply. more »»

An Eye on the Lower Muskingum: Explosion at Pattin Brothers

March 2, 2013 On the morning of Sunday, October 20, 1901, Douglas P. more »»

Parents must stay actively involved in kids’ lives

February 23, 2013 Bombarded with technology, our kids can look up anything on the internet and they do. They have a distorted view of what is acceptable and a perception that anything goes when it does not. more »»

China and Japan: The drums of war are beating in East Asia

February 16, 2013 Tensions continue to rise between Japan and China in the East China Sea. more »»

Invasive plant extends reach

February 16, 2013 Mile-a-Minute has been known for the past 20 years from Washington County where it has spread inland from the Ohio River bank it was first found on. more »»

Recycling efforts are still going strong in city

February 9, 2013 Because of the incredible group of volunteers (more help is always needed — just call 373-3372) and the financial support of recyclers, the Marietta Area Recycling Center (MARC on Gilman) is taking... more »»

 
 

 

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