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Our ‘knight in shining armor’ drives a yellow tractor with a snow blade

March 3, 2015 We in the 700 block of Second Street and Sacra Via have our own “knight in shining armor.” He is our “Superman” — but he doesn’t fly! He has a yellow tractor with a snow blade. more »»

FCC rules to regulate internet

March 3, 2015 So, now the internet is going to be regulated? On Feb. 26, the FCC passed their secret 332 page plan to regulate the internet in a so-called move to preserve net-neutrality. more »»

Republicans need to find new material

March 3, 2015 To: All Republican Lawmakers From: A Very Concerned Citizen We have all heard the popular phrase: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results! I... more »»

Recommended read from Bill Nye - the Science Guy

March 2, 2015 I would like to recommend a great new book on evolution. The title is “Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation,” and it’s by Bill Nye — the Science Guy. more »»

Thanks to all who helped with Marietta FFA event

March 2, 2015 The Marietta FFA Alumni would like to take this time to thank everyone who has purchased a ticket for the 2nd Annual Sportman’s Drawing from the recent gun show or from a member. more »»

Resident’s research of Oriana House appreciated

March 2, 2015 Thank you Mark Mondo. This letter is in response to the viewpoint Mondo wrote in the weekend edition Feb. 21 newspaper regarding half way house coming to Reno. I have a lot of respect for Mondo. more »»

Marietta College fraternity gives back to good cause

February 28, 2015 The sixth annual all-you-can-eat Spaghetti Dinner for Multiple Sclerosis will be held at Spagna’s Italian Restaurant, 301 Gilman Ave., on Sunday, March 1, from 4 to 7 p.m. more »»

Portman’s efforts on tax reform appreciated

February 28, 2015 Democrats in Washington are stepping up their push for unreasonable green energy initiatives and their attacks on domestic energy producers. more »»

Community misses out on Oscar-nominated movies

February 28, 2015 Once again the Oscar program has come and gone — or as it is known locally, “The festival of films too intelligent to be shown to the yokels in Washington and Wood counties. more »»

State falling short in funding local schools

February 28, 2015 It seems every time there is an election it seems there is a new or renewing school levy on the ballot. more »»

Lack of respect for our laws is a basic problem

February 27, 2015 There has been much said lately about school zones and people not obeying the law. more »»

Don’t put infants at risk for SIDS while it’s cold

February 27, 2015 The cold, winter months often correspond with an increase in the number of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) cases. more »»

Thanks from Western Washington County pantry

February 26, 2015 The Western Washington County Food Pantry in Vincent wishes to thank everyone for their donations of money, food and items of clothing and miscellaneous for our thrift store. more »»

Obey the words you read in the Bible

February 26, 2015 Did you hear the ridiculous words coming out of the Democrat, progressive, Marxist, socialist, Muslim mouth in the White House, as he refused to use the word terrorist about Muslim murderers, but... more »»

Newport PTO appreciates art night, auction support

February 26, 2015 Newport PTO wishes to thank all who helped to make our Art Night Chair-ity Auction a great success! The students artwork exhibit on the evening of Feb. 12 showed what a talented group of kids we have. more »»

Councilman says mayor provided inaccurate information on leasing

February 25, 2015 Mayor Joe Matthews needs to be held accountable for providing completely inaccurate information at the Feb. more »»

If school is closed, how can there be sports?

February 25, 2015 Sports vs. academics: The week of Feb. 16 to 20 was hard on the local school districts. Many schools were closed each day and some had two-hour delays for the snow and cold. more »»

Learn more about net neutrality issue

February 24, 2015 There’s been a tremendous amount of discussion about net neutrality recently, and along with it, a tremendous amount of misinformatio. more »»

Tri-County Food Pantry says thanks for support

February 23, 2015 We members the board of the Tri-County Food Pantry in Lower Salem, would like to thank all the people who have helped with donations and volunteer labor to keep the food pantry functioning to serve... more »»

Home health care solutions need looked at again

February 23, 2015 These (in-home care) experiments have been tried elsewhere and the outcomes are bad. For the first option, the home health agencies cost the funder more than hiring privately. more »»



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