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'Gargantuan shift’ already in the works

June 17, 2015 Combating climate change will require major changes in how we provide for our energy needs, but progress has already begun. more »»

Humane Society isn’t straight about Herron’s exit

June 16, 2015 I have hesitated to say this, but I can no longer keep my mouth shut. Those of you who know me will not be surprise. more »»

Harvest of Hope says ‘thanks’ to Valley Gem

June 16, 2015 Many supporters of Washington County Harvest of Hope recently enjoyed an elegant dinner cruise aboard the Valley Gem as a result of the nonprofit organization being chosen as this year’s winner of... more »»

Fashion show fundraiser was a huge success

June 13, 2015 The annual May 14 “Hope in Motion” fashion show, sponsored by the Memorial Health Foundation, was a great success! The show grossed over $50,000 for care of our Strecker Cancer Center patients. more »»

America in Bloom judges to visit Marietta this week

June 13, 2015 Here come the judges! America in Bloom judges will be in town on Monday, June 15, and Tuesday, June 16, to evaluate our historic and charming community on: ¯ floral displays ¯ environmental efforts ... more »»

Marietta should follow its own advice on sewer issue

June 12, 2015 The city of Marietta would like to upgrade their wastewater treatment plant. more »»

Support for 2-1-1 phone line is appreciated

June 11, 2015 2-1-1 is One! On June 11, 2014, United Way of Washington County launched 2-1-1 for our community. It has been one year since the launch and we are proud that 2-1-1 has benefited many resident. more »»

Fee for dust control doesn’t sit well with resident

June 11, 2015 I have been a resident of Fearing Township all of my life. I live on a small township road traveled heavily by local traffic and the neighborhood sawmill log truck. more »»

Reader unhappy with coverage of doctor’s case

June 10, 2015 Well, well, well ... journalism for sensational ends — and impuning the reputation of a dedicated physician who cares deeply for his patients — many in pain. more »»

Woman’s Home appreciates Community Foundation gift

June 10, 2015 On behalf of the board of directors and residents of the Woman’s Home, located at 812 Third St., I am writing to thank the Marietta Community Foundation for the recent and generous donation of $6,200. more »»

A runner says thank you to those who motivate

June 6, 2015 I would like to take just a quick minute to thank the individuals who are affected by the local training runs and races. more »»

Ohio must save, reuse historic buildings

June 6, 2015 Preservation Ohio, the state’s oldest statewide nonprofit preservation organization, recently announced their 2015 list of Ohio’s Most Endangered Historic Sites. more »»

Volunteer need is desperate at museum

June 5, 2015 I will get right to the point and state that we need your help. Recently I have become a volunteer and staff member of the Ohio River Museum. more »»

Harvest of Hope’s yard sale a big success

June 5, 2015 Washington County Harvest of Hope recently held its annual yard sale fundraiser which was a huge success. We owe a big “thank you” to you, the community, for the success of this even. more »»

Thanks for joining fight against childhood cancer

June 4, 2015 On behalf of Buckeye Bob’s Chris Custer Fund we would like to share our heartfelt thanks to all those who helped in any way with our recent fundraiser to help those with childhood cancer. more »»

Writer glad feds use what it needs to protect nation

June 4, 2015 The Marietta Times report on local residents’ consideration of The Patriot Act controversy prompts me to try to make clear that above politics, morals, fairness, ethics and all other standards of... more »»

Time to wake up and save the honeybee

June 2, 2015 I write today in reference to the growing crisis concerning honeybees. They are dying off at an alarming rate and they very much need our help if they are to surviv. more »»

Hugs to some Marietta police officers and neighbor

June 1, 2015 I would like to publicly thank the Marietta Police Department for their great kindness in helping our newly adopted dog get unstuck from a head-lock she had inadvertently gotten herself into. more »»

Growing pile of trashed cars along Route 14 hard to miss

June 1, 2015 In response to the article about the improvement made by hardworking individuals to the Riverfront area of Williamstown, I have difficulty not seeing growing pile of the trashed cars along Route 14... more »»

What we can do about human trafficking

June 1, 2015 This past week I attended a meeting sponsored by The Catholic parishes in Parkersburg area on human trafficking. more »»

 
 
 

 

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