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Fort Gray cadets:?What if?

March 15, 2014 Have you ever been to Graysport? Have you heard of Fort Gray? Have you ever driven by Fort Gray High School? The answer to all these questions is “yes”—well, almost “yes. more »»

Japan and China adding fuel to the fire:?Nuclear counterattack

March 15, 2014 As the bilateral relations between China and Japan hit rock bottom, Japan’s stockpile of plutonium and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s decision to start up a nuclear-fuel reprocessing facility... more »»

Fur Ball dance organizers thankful for support

March 5, 2014 I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone responsible for making this event (the humane society’s 11th annual Fur Ball dance and auction) bigger than we could have ever imagine. more »»

Bridge a longtime B/W fixture

March 1, 2014 Today the Beverly-Waterford Bridge is crossed daily by hundreds of vehicles with little thought of how it makes our lives more convenien. more »»

Safety at the heart of code debate

February 25, 2014 Just 13 hours after Marietta City Council passed the enforcement portion of the Marietta Property Maintenance Code, a third floor window exploded out of a Second Street building showering the... more »»

Time to stop and think about the property code

February 25, 2014 Welcome to the dog and pony show! Last night (Thursday, Feb. 20) people witnessed dysfunction in government at its best. more »»

U.S. ‘pivot’ to Asia, take two

February 22, 2014 Washington is re-examining its Asia policy. more »»

Viewpoint: How’s that Wreckovery working out?

February 17, 2014 On Feb. 17, 2009, President Obama promised the sun and the moon and the stars. That was the day, five years ago, when he signed the $800 billion “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. more »»

Viewpoint: Meet the Dick Tracy of Wichita

February 17, 2014 This is a story about a cop’s cop. more »»

Viewpoint: New environmental regulations will hurt Ohio

February 15, 2014 President Ronald Reagan said, “If you want more of something, subsidize it; if you want less of something, tax it. more »»

Waterford’s early tannery

February 15, 2014 Evidence of an old tannery in Waterford could suddenly appear in the form of sinkholes along Mill Street or even on nearby property. more »»

Use of big data drives demand for electricity

February 1, 2014 Nothing is transforming oil and gas production operations today more than the use of “big dat. more »»

The parallels between 2014 and 1914

February 1, 2014 “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat i. more »»

Muskingum boundary proposal - again

February 1, 2014 Mohawk leader Joseph Brant believed that making the Muskingum River the western boundary between the United States and Native Americans was the only fair compromise which could prevent war between... more »»

Emergency Planning Committee and its role

January 31, 2014 Every county in Ohio must maintain a Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). more »»

Muskingum River as boundary

January 18, 2014 Many years passed before Europeans got control of the Ohio River and its tributaries. more »»

Watershed to be discussed

January 18, 2014 The health of the lower stretch of the Muskingum River, and of all its tributary streams, will be the topic of a free and public presentation on Jan. 23 at Marietta College. more »»

‘Abe’s actions push Japan and China a step closer to conflict’

January 11, 2014 At the beginning of 2014, there is a cause for pessimism at how badly the Japan-China relations are going on several counts, not least an intensified arms race between Japan and China as the East... more »»

Memories of the big, white bus

January 4, 2014 Students who attended Waterford and Watertown schools and lived along what is now Route 339 between the Waterford Fair Grounds and Watertown during the 1930’s were taken to school on the Big White... more »»

Viewpoint: Working to make Ohio stronger in 2014

January 2, 2014 Working to Make Ohio Stronger in 2014 Our goal in the Statehouse is to make Ohio the best possible place to live, work, and raise a family and we’ve made a lot of progress toward that goal in 2013. more »»



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