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Huge show of support for Relay For Life

June 20, 2014 On behalf of the American Cancer Society, Relay For Life, I would like to extend my appreciation to the residents of Washington County for their generosity and support. more »»

Fraternity’s efforts helped food pantry

June 20, 2014 The staff and volunteers of the Marietta Community Food Pantry would like to take this opportunity to thank the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity at Marietta College for donating the proceeds from their... more »»

Hard work turns an idea into a beautiful reality

June 19, 2014 Last year I asked several residents to advise me on an idea I had to plant many flowers in Marietta to commemorate the 40th anniversary of my company, Christy & Associates. more »»

Questions persist about the Bergdahl situation

June 18, 2014 I find the recent events surrounding the prisoner exchange for Sgt. Bergdahl appalling and frightening. more »»

Connections Academy celebrates its graduates

June 17, 2014 The faculty and staff at Ohio Connections Academy were proud to present our graduating seniors their high school diplomas during our sixth annual commencement ceremony in Columbus. more »»

Crackdown on coal hurts jobs, families

June 14, 2014 If you have been watching or listening to the news media, you can tell Obama’s EPA has declared war on coal production in this country, well let me tell ya about the coal miner and his family ... more »»

Sheriff outlines plan for oversight of EMA

June 14, 2014 The following is in part the proposal presented to the Washington County Commissioners by Larry Minck. more »»

Man wants to save Muskingum Park statue

June 13, 2014 Well, duh!! referring to front page article June 3 about the Pioneers’ Statue becoming a sand pile. The little gazebo on Ohio street seems much more important. more »»

Support during trustee election is appreciated

June 13, 2014 I would like to take this time to thank those who supported me in the board of trustees election at Washington Electric Cooperative. more »»

Keep the EMA office as is; it’s working fine now

June 12, 2014 I attended a June 10 meeting where Sheriff Larry Mincks proposed taking over the daily operations and disaster planning for the Washington County EMA. more »»

Right Path’s fish fry fundraiser a success

June 11, 2014 The Right Path for Washington County held our 6th annual fish fry/fundraiser at the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Friday May 16. more »»

Marietta FFA Alumni drawing a success

June 10, 2014 The Marietta FFA Alumni would like to take this time to thank all who helped make our Sportmans Drawing a success whether it was from a gun show or from individuals. more »»

Wall of Sound dinner had wide support

June 10, 2014 On behalf of the Marietta Band Boosters, I would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed to the Marietta “Wall of Sound” Band Fundraising dinner in May. more »»

Toy and Doll Museum opened in 1989

June 10, 2014 I wish to correct a mistake I made when I wrote to the editor about the Children’s Toy and Doll Museum. The opening date should be Aug. 26, 1989...instead of 1987. I guess I hit the wrong ke. more »»

EPA hurts coal industry, hurts the economy

June 7, 2014 If you have been watching or listening to the news media, you can tell Obama’s EPA has declared war on coal production in this country, well let me tell ya about the coal miner and his family ... more »»

Loss of downtown book store will be great

June 7, 2014 An era in Marietta is coming to a close as The Barking Dog book store closes its doors this summer. more »»

So many supported Sternwheel 5K; thanks

June 6, 2014 The 5th Annual Ohio River Sternwheel Festival 5K Run and Walk was held on May 24. more »»

Don’t look the wrong way after killing spree

June 5, 2014 Once again we have a terrible tragedy and the push for a fix looks in the wrong direction. A lunatic goes on a killing spree and people miss the obvious, Elliot Rodger had mental problem. more »»

Limits on pollution a big win for families

June 4, 2014 This week, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed the first-ever federal limits on carbon pollution from power plants, the largest single source of global warming pollution in America. more »»

Toy, doll museum founder pleased to see its success

June 4, 2014 I was so pleased to see the article about the Children’s Toy and Doll Museum. As founder and former director it is good to see the museum is prosperin. more »»

 
 

 

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