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Beverly artist Lenore Bozman made her mark

October 11, 2014 It is not widely known that three young female artists made Beverly their home during the first decades of the twentieth centur. more »»

Wooster Twp. overseers of poor

September 27, 2014 One of the officials elected in the early days in Ohio townships was the overseer of the poor. more »»

Abe’s push for Womenomics in Japan

September 20, 2014 “Womenomics” was a concept first introduced by Claire Shipman of ABC News and Katty Kay of BBC World News in their groundbreaking 2009 New York Times bestseller, “Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules fo... more »»

The excursion boat Wm. Duffy tragedy

September 13, 2014 About noon on Saturday, June 25, 1898, there was much activity in Marietta near the mouth of the Muskingum River. more »»

Air Evac Lifeteam: Serving America since 1985

September 6, 2014 It began as a simple dream in 1985 to provide helicopter ambulance service to citizens in a small south-Missouri community. more »»

China falls behind U.S. in its shale gas development

August 30, 2014 His suggested headline: When the Chinese put their collective muscle behind a problem, they seem to usually come up with a solutio. more »»

China and United States on a war footing in the South China Sea

August 30, 2014 Tensions between China and the United States in the South China Sea have worsened in the past few months and continue to deteriorate. On Aug. more »»

Peter Taylor testifies at Burr trial

August 30, 2014 Before permanently settling on Wolf Creek, Peter Taylor was called to Richmond as a witness in the 1807 Burr conspiracy trial. more »»

Ohio chamber supports education standards

August 23, 2014 As noted by the Ohio Chamber of Commerce website, last week, Dan Navin, assistant vice president for tax and economic policy at the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, took an important stand on the side of... more »»

Horse show raised safety concerns

August 23, 2014 After reading The Marietta Times’ front page article praising the horse show benefiting the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley, I believe your readers should know more about what actually took place... more »»

Special interests stepped in on RV park issue

August 23, 2014 I attended a planning commission meeting on Aug. 20 over an issue that has been before them for more than a decade. more »»

LEPC helps first responders handle emergencies

August 16, 2014 A chemical leak, a pipeline explosion, or a fire in one of our many industries. ... more »»

Peter Taylor’s life on Wolf Creek

August 16, 2014 After Peter Taylor’s employment on Blennerhassett’s Island, he spent the reminder of his life on West Branch of Wolf Creek three miles southwest of Waterford. more »»

Real estate revaluation is now under way

August 16, 2014 The Washington County Auditor’s Office announces that preparation for the 2016 revaluation of all real estate in the county is underway. more »»

A clash of security interests in Asia

August 9, 2014 To offset rising American influence in the region, China is forming a new security concept in Asia. Unveiled on his November 2011 Asia trip, U.S. more »»

U.S. must put our kids first

August 9, 2014 On Aug. more »»

Blennerhassett’s Gardener: Watertown Twp.

August 2, 2014 In describing the settlement of the West Branch of Wolf Creek, H. Z. more »»

Criticisms of Obama valid

August 2, 2014 I read a writer’s response to my last letter to the editor, and had to shake my hea. more »»

Let’s talk about sales tax

August 2, 2014 In the article of the Marietta Times dated July 29, 2014; it was mentioned that sales tax is booming. It was mentioned that the state has been cutting local government funds for the past few year. more »»

Clean streets provide beauty, safety to city

August 2, 2014 Cleaning Marietta’s streets is one of the best investments that can be made for our beautiful city. more »»

 
 
 

 

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