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Kinsman reunion well attended

August 19, 2009 A SCHOOL which was in operation for only three decades in Belmont County has a lot of allegiance from the individuals who attended the elementary grades there. more »»

Remembering Lieutenant Lila

August 19, 2009 Editor’s Note: This story was written by Clarington resident Ed Fellabaum Jr., a Korean War veteran, in connection with the 59th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. more »»

Karras remains active

August 19, 2009 By IAN HICKS For Prime Times AT NEARLY 95 years young, Wheeling resident Betty Karras credits family, lifelong friendships and her giving attitude for her... more »»

Residents hitching a ride

August 19, 2009 By MIKE HUGHES Prime Times ST. more »»

Former Great Western students meet up

August 19, 2009 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Twenty-five former students of the Great Western School and their family and friends recently gathered for a reunion at the little brick one-room schoolhouse west of St. more »»

Volunteers able to earn college credit

August 19, 2009 By MIKE HUGHES Prime Times CADIZ — A group of senior citizens have been getting a free education at Belmont Technical College’s Cadiz branc. more »»

Ohio will serve its seniors

August 19, 2009 By BARBARA E. more »»

Remember When...

August 19, 2009 By BETTY?POKAS Times Leader Area Editor ATHLETIC coaches play a prominent part in the lives of Ohio Valley student-athletes, and as the number of sports increase... more »»

Open house scheduled at Kennedy Park

July 15, 2009 KENNEDY PARK Retirement Community will be hosting an open house on Aug. 4. This will take place in the dining room from 2-6 p.m. Tours will be given. more »»

Keep your cool

July 15, 2009 BRIDGEPORT, Ohio  — Running through sprinklers or just sitting in the shade with a glass of lemonade.  Everyone has their favorite way of keeping cool during the dog days of summer. more »»

Electrosurgery has its advantages, risks

July 15, 2009 By MIKE PALMER Prime Times SINCE?ITS introduction in the 1970s, minimally invasive surgery has offered patients the significant benefits of faster healing and... more »»

Hall nominations sought

July 15, 2009 Columbus, Ohio — The State Department of Aging issued a call for nominations for outstanding older individuals to be inducted into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fam. more »»

Employees win service awards

July 15, 2009 By MIKE HUGHES Prime Times BELLAIRE — The employees at Country Club Retirement Campus in Bellaire set ought in 2008 to improve the quality of care for its... more »»

Surge in older cancer survivors expected

July 15, 2009 IT’S?ONE?of the downsides of an aging population. Concern for Baby Boomers looms over the coming decades as America’s largest generation ages to a stage where cancer is most prevalent. more »»

Fair of Fairs scheduled

July 15, 2009 By MIKE HUGHES Prime Times ST. CLAIRSVILLE —St. more »»

Health care fraud: it’s everyone’s business

July 15, 2009 HEALTH?CARE fraud causes consumers major financial problems. more »»

Kasley becomes a lawyer after turning 71

July 15, 2009 By LINDA COMINS For Prime Times AT?AGE 71, new lawyer Sam Kasley of Wheeling is optimistic about his prospects in the legal profession. more »»

Feeling good starts with your diet

July 15, 2009 WITH?WARMER weather upon us, it’s time for outdoor activities, family barbecues and summer clothes. more »»

New insurance rule aims to help seniors

July 15, 2009 COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Insurance adopted a rule, effective July 1, that makes it an unfair and deceptive sales practice for insurance agents to use senior-specific certifications an... more »»

Remember When...

July 15, 2009 By BETTY POKAS, Times Leader Area Editor IT IS said that everybody loves a parade, and Eastern Ohio residents’ tendency to sponsor parades for festivals, holidays, athletic... more »»



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