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We can’t let the fox guard the chickens anymore

April 24, 2015 Another presidential election cycle is upon us. more »»

Cut defense spending; raise taxes on the rich

April 23, 2015 In April of 2011, I sent a letter to Speaker John Boehner concerning the budget. Not much has changed since then except there are more cuts to programs that help people. more »»

Buckeye Park lake smells awful

April 23, 2015 I went to a fishing derby sponsored by Cabela’s at Buckeye Park in Marietta. Upon arriving at the park I was horrified at the stench of the water. more »»

Let us truly be free with our educational choices

April 22, 2015 There have been letters by and to the editor lately about the lack of charter school accountability. more »»

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month

April 21, 2015 As an emergency room pediatrician, I witness a wide variety of injuries to infants, many of which are preventabl. more »»

Thanks to all who helped in Vienna Boys Choir visit

April 20, 2015 When people from all areas of the community come together and work in harmony toward a common goal, amazing results take place, and everyone reaps the benefit of healthy collaboration. more »»

Cutler basket bingo a success thanks to support

April 18, 2015 Our Longaberger basket bingo was a huge success on March 28 at Cutler Community Center. When having a fundraising event, it seems almost impossible to thank everyone who helped in some way. more »»

Vote Harley Noland for mayor of Marietta

April 18, 2015 Harley Noland is a lifelong resident of Marietta. He has contributed his time, talents, and vision to improve the quality of this beautiful tow. more »»

National Volunteer Week a chance to say thank you

April 18, 2015 Volunteers are worth their weight in gold. They share their time and talents without any compensation, it’s so crucial to our very existence. more »»

‘Water assassins’ a game that is just scary

April 18, 2015 I wanted to take a few moments to address the fact that a new trend seems to be starting up. It appears a new game was started in the high school called “water assassins. more »»

Public schools are necessary; so are facts, standards

April 18, 2015 An April 13 Times editorial “Critical thinking is vital in today’s schools” and a West Virginia reader’s April 15 reactionary attack upon public schools, “Give parents the power to make education... more »»

Indiana law has been unfairly criticized

April 17, 2015 The Times has been full of propaganda in favor of same-sex marriage and opposed to the state of Indiana. more »»

Appreciaton for MMH, Strecker, hospice staffs

April 16, 2015 My family and I would like to give our heartfelt thanks to the staff and nurses in the emergency room, also the Devola EMTs, that were gentle and compassionate with my husband. more »»

Frontier alumni events growing

April 16, 2015 On Saturday, March 28, the Frontier Alumni Association for classes 1969 to 1990 held their fourth annual pancake breakfast at Newport Elementary School in Newport. more »»

Give parents the power to make education decisions

April 14, 2015 Irritated at the recent letter regarding the alleged poor performance of charter schools, I just had to write in to point out the abysmal bureaucratic alternative to this long needed change toward... more »»

School closure is the beginning of the end

April 13, 2015 It’s been said that when your only tool is a hammer everything begins to look like a nail. more »»

It’s 2015, time to leave bigotry behind

April 11, 2015 A controversy about rights recently reached a boiling point when the state legislatures of Arkansas and Indiana decided to pass so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act Laws. more »»

People who signed petition thanked for effort

April 11, 2015 I would like to thank Larry Headlee and all of the people who sat at Reno School collecting names for the petition. I was not surprised with the response from our elected officials. more »»

Christianity is being used to sanction bigotry — again

April 10, 2015 In the early 1800s, The Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled in the Dred Scott Case that blacks could be discriminated against simply because they were another color than the white... more »»

Thanks to Reno residents who signed petition against halfway house

April 9, 2015 I want to personally thank all of the Reno community members that ventured out in very inclement weather to sign the petition calling for action to stop the locating of a halfway house in the Reno... more »»



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