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Bellaire park to get $20,000 gazebo

May 19, 2013 BELLAIRE'S HISTORIC Park is getting a striking addition. more »»

School funding issue needs addressed

May 12, 2013 On a local level, the May 7 special election yielded few surprises. more »»

Punishment will not match the crime

May 12, 2013 I HAVE been on this soap box before. Sometimes a crime's punishment cannot be harsh enough. The latest case in point emanates out of Clevelan. more »»

Football plays big into Mother’s Day

May 11, 2013 My hometown is in the news for the wrong reason. Cleveland, Ohio has made national news for the 3 women who have been captive for 10 years in the house. more »»

Primary election crucial to local schools

May 5, 2013 WE ARE two days away from campaign rhetoric going silent. more »»

Funding formula triggers need for levies

May 5, 2013 On Tuesday, voters in the St. Clairsville-Richland City School District will decide on the fate of a 2. more »»

Lawmakers need to curb extravagance

May 1, 2013 Enough! With presidential libraries popping up like jackrabbits and taxpayers shelling out nearly $3.7 million for ex-presidents’ expenses, it’s time to call a halt to our expansivenes. more »»

$10: A small price to pay for better roads

April 28, 2013 MANY BELMONT County roads and bridges are in need of repair. That is no revelation. Belmont County Engineer Fred Bennett realizes that more than anybody. more »»

Voters to decide fate of several levies

April 28, 2013 On May 7, or through early voting at the Board of Elections, voters in various parts of Belmont County will head to their respective voting precincts to vote on school, park, or municipal levy... more »»

Boston bombings yield many questions

April 21, 2013 It was a week Bostonians will never forget; the entire nation for that matter. more »»

Fiscal efficiency:?Not a priority in Ohio Schools

April 21, 2013 Ohio’s school districts spend about a third more on their bureaucracies than the national average. more »»

Boston bomding sends us all a message

April 19, 2013 Ever since my son was in the school band, he has asked me to go on the annual school band trip. Each year I have been out of town, or simply to busy to go. more »»

Drug task force making a difference

April 14, 2013 I AM anti-drug as they come. I have never had an illegal substance in my body and never will. That is why I love what the Belmont County Drug Task Force is doing. more »»

Bellaire council meeting yields positives

April 7, 2013 I AM Bellaire born and bred. I have lived in the All-American Town all my life and plan to keep it that way. I love the town. It is blue collar, boasting great athletic achievements. more »»

Fate of Memorial Park in hands of voters

March 31, 2013 IT SEEMS like only yesterday we were putting the wraps on the presidential election. Now, in just a little more than five weeks, voters will again be heading to the polls. more »»

Randy’s lesson:?Appreciate the light of life

March 30, 2013 I was never blessed to meet this young man, but I heard about him from several people. My son would ask me for money for fundraisers for Randy. more »»

Serviceman continues charitable efforts

March 24, 2013 JAMES RISER needs your help. The 1995 Martins Ferry High graduate is a Technical Sergeant in the U.S. Army. A few weeks back, I did a column on Sgt. Rise. more »»

Poisoning our children every day

March 17, 2013 Would you knowingly allow anyone to inject your child with a dose of a known poison? Would you knowingly poison your own child? Don’t answer too fast, because that is exactly what‘s happening ever... more »»

Buckeye Local High: A School of Promise

March 17, 2013 Martins Ferry Ayers Elementary School, just a few weeks back, received a major Ohio academic honor. It was named a School of Promise by the state board of education. more »»

Ney pulls no punches in new book

March 10, 2013 FORMER U.S. Congressman Bob Ney has penned a new book. In it, the Bellaire native is not shy about taking a shot at current U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner. more »»

 
 

 

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