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Times past for Nov. 2-3

November 2, 2013 Nov. 2 25 years ago City officials of Williamstown plan to send the bill for testing water wells to a company that spilled one million gallons of oil into the Ohio River last January. more »»

Times past Nov. 1

November 1, 2013 Nov. 1 25 years ago Sites for the replacement of the current Putnam Street bridge over the Muskingum River are being considered by the Washington County Engineer’s office. more »»

Times past Oct. 30

October 30, 2013 50 years ago Dedication services will be held for Noble County’s new Shenandoah High School, named for the ill-fated navy airship that crashed there on Sept. 3, 1925. more »»

Times Past for Oct. 28

October 28, 2013 25 years ago Washington County Common Pleas Judge Susan Boyer and her Republican challenger in the upcoming election, James Schneider, spoke to Marietta Civitan Club members. more »»

Times past Oct. 25

October 25, 2013 25 years ago A proposal for use of $360,000 in federal funds is in limbo after Marietta City Council members failed to reach an agreement on how the money should be spent. more »»

TIMES PAST OCT. 24

October 24, 2013 25 years ago Marietta Mayor Nancy Hollister joined Lang-Xi Zhou, mayor of Ezhou, China, in formalizing a program of cultural and economic cooperation between the two cities. more »»

Times Past for Oct. 21

October 21, 2013 50 years ago - The first edition of “The Beverly Elementary News,” a monthly paper published by the sixth-grade class to report on school events, will soon go on sale. more »»

Times Past for Oct. 17

October 17, 2013 25 years ago About 50 community volunteers spent the weekend helping build a new press box and concession stand at Marietta College’s Pioneer Park. more »»

Times Past for Oct. 16

October 16, 2013 50 years ago - Washington County commissioners helped solve some of Marietta’s financial problems by relinquishing over $10,000 of the county’s share of local government money in favor of the city. more »»

Times past Oct. 15

October 15, 2013 25 years ago David Kucik, graduate of Marietta High School, Marietta College, and the U.S. more »»

Times Past for Oct. 14

October 14, 2013 Oct. 14 25 years ago Former Mariettan Robert Schornstheimer, the pilot who safely landed the crippled Aloha Airlines jet in April, will speak to the Marietta Rotary Club. more »»

Times Past for Oct. 12-13

October 12, 2013 25 Years Ago A group of seven local citizens is leaving Marietta for a two-week trip to Ezhou, China, to develop economic and cultural ties. more »»

Times past Oct. 11

October 11, 2013 25 Years Ago The issue of continuing free two-hour parking in Marietta’s downtown area was discussed by city council. more »»

Times past Oct.10

October 10, 2013 25 Years Ago The possibility of introducing school uniforms was discussed at the Marietta City Schools’ Board of Education meetin. more »»

Times past Oct. 9

October 9, 2013 50 years ago A bonfire and pep rally will open Homecoming festivities, as Marietta High School prepares for a game against Cambridge. more »»

Times pst Oct. 8

October 8, 2013 25 years ago The Linde division of Union Carbide dedicated an $11 million air separation plant in Marietta. The facility will soon produce 300 tons of nitrogen, oxygen, and argon daily. more »»

Times past Oct. 7

October 7, 2013 25 years ago The Matamoras Historical Society will host a Heritage Day celebration to honor the 1797 arrival of the first settlers in Matamoras. more »»

Times past for Oct. 5-6

October 5, 2013 Oct. 5 25 years ago Edward H. Wedig, II, a member of Boy Scout Troop 203, recently received his Eagle Scout award. For his Eagle project. more »»

Times past Oct. 4

October 4, 2013 Oct. 4 25 years ago Hills Department Store has hired about 175 employees and will open its doors for business this Saturday. more »»

Times past Oct. 3

October 3, 2013 25 years ago Kardex, which is celebrating its 10th year in business, reports a successful year, with more than $50 million in sales. The Reno plant employs 575 workers. 50 years ago Mrs. more »»

 
 

 

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