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Our government is neutral to religion, not ‘anti’

May 30, 2015 America has just completed a four-year period marking the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, wherein our founding ideal that we are all “created equal” was put to the test, as Lincoln articulated a... more »»

Recovery-oriented care system

May 30, 2015 Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) is the goal of a Recovery is Beautiful BluePrint. The blueprint was developed by the Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities. more »»

Disabled American Veterans group helping out

May 23, 2015 Allow us to introduce ourselves. We are the Disabled American Veterans representing the veterans and families of Washington County. more »»

John Paine’s marker dedication June 14

May 23, 2015 Revolutionary War veteran John Paine’s biography is intricate and interesting, a fine example of one that is written only after involved research. more »»

A marriage of convenience

May 23, 2015 To symbolize the growing military ties between the two giant neighbors, nine Chinese and Russian warships kicked off a weeklong joint naval exercise in the eastern Mediterranean on May 17. more »»

Armory loan not best answer for city ADA issues

May 9, 2015 After reading the “local column” that was written by a 20-year professional journalist and an aspiring mayoral candidate in a recent edition of the Marietta Times, the authors, Roger Kalter, 1st... more »»

Beverly College to the year 1870

May 9, 2015 The funding, sponsorship and enrollment of Beverly College varied over the years. more »»

Kasich tax increases would cook Noble County’s ‘golden goose’

May 9, 2015 The people of Noble County tend to be straight talking practical folks, with many of us descended from farmers and coal miners. As part of that heritage, we favor reality over fables. more »»

Marietta’s winter bird count 2015

May 9, 2015 Only 10 participants in this winter’s bird watch compared to 18 last winter and 14 our first (’96-’97) season. What a let down to get 42 species after a record-setting 62 a year ago. more »»

Keep the severance tax out of the Ohio budget

May 9, 2015 The Ohio House of Representatives has wisely removed Gov. Kasich’s ill-advised oil and natural gas severance tax plan from his state budget proposal. more »»

Missing Kennedy’s party

May 2, 2015 If President John F. Kennedy were alive today he would be appalled at what his Democratic Party has become. I am not sure that he would be able to win nomination from his party for the presidency. more »»

City officials showed courage in borrowing money

May 2, 2015 Dear citizens of Marietta: What is your future vision of Marietta? We have two types of property: Personal and real estate. Personal property is movable/mobile. more »»

Another Beverly College great

May 2, 2015 Besides Dr. Jonathan P. Weethee, who was the first president of Beverly College, Dr. Milton Bird was another member of the teaching staff who became prominent during his lifetime. According to H. Z. more »»

Keep childcare center

May 2, 2015 I am writing to protest the closing of Washington State Community College’s Evergreen Child Development Center. more »»

The China challenge

May 2, 2015 One of the great events in recent decades has been the transformation of China from absolute poverty to economic prosperity, and from a mediocre regional power to a global superpower. more »»

People of Marietta need to step up on armory project

May 1, 2015 Based on past circumstances, I found myself suspecting something disingenuous being presented to the citizens of Marietta and the Mid-Ohio Valley in the recent “local column” that was published in... more »»

Washington State a gem

April 28, 2015 April is Community College Month as deemed by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). more »»

Armory can fill critical needs

April 25, 2015 Renovation of the former Ohio National Guard Armory follows 20 years of painstaking work and fundraising by individuals, groups and previous Marietta City Administration. more »»

Funding for behavioral health

April 25, 2015 The Behavioral Health Board oversees publicly funded mental illness, addiction, and related services in Washington County. more »»

First president of Beverly College

April 11, 2015 In 1889 the obituary of Beverly College’s first president began: “At Mt. Auburn the Spirit of J. P. Weethee Takes Its Flight, An Eminent Man with a Varied Career, Deep Scholar, Writer and Theologian. more »»



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