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Garloch will review his book

April 27, 2013 BELLAIRE – Rev. Jerry Garloch, Ph.D., from the Bellaire Christian Church is holding a book review for his debut novel “The Fatal Flaw: Atheism Against Itself.” The review will be Sunday at 2 p.m. more »»

The?GMO Debate

April 19, 2013 Mentioning the phrase “genetically modified organisms” (GMOs) opens up the floor for heated debate, or, at the very least, discussion. more »»

Dining with diabetes

April 19, 2013 Diabetes is a health problem for many Ohioans. more »»

St. C. High School accepting E-Waste

April 17, 2013 Electronics Recycling Services of Bellaire, OH is sponsoring an E-Waste Challenge involving several local high schools. St. more »»

Buffalo Wild Wings sets benefit for fire victims

April 13, 2013 BUFFALO WILD Wings in St. Clairsville is holding a benefit to aid the Bridgeport fire victims. The deadly blaze occurred March 17. The benefit is set for April 15. Coupons are available at the S. more »»


April 13, 2013 JACOBSBURG — Long, mounded rows of soil stretch across a grassy, sloped field. On a day when the forsythia just opened up, it may look like the Thorntons are getting ready to plant. more »»

Garden club holds meeting

April 9, 2013 MOUNT PLEASANT — The Mount Pleasant Garden Club meeting was held recently at the Holub Farm and Greenhouse, 65938 Glencoe Rd., St. Clairsville. A luncheon at the Main Street Grill followed. more »»

Fulfilling a dream on horseback in the golden years

March 21, 2013 “DON’T give up your dream!” That’s the advice of a Bellaire area woman whose determination led her to follow her dream at the age of 6. more »»

Science fair winners lauded

March 21, 2013 WEST?LIBERTY, W.Va. more »»

Harrison SWCD is taking tree seedling, plant orders

March 21, 2013 CADIZ -- Spring is in the air and now is the time to put together your order for the Tree Seedling and Plant Sale at the Harrison Soil and Water Conservation Distric. more »»

Greek Orthodox Church honors retiring priest

December 13, 2012 THE REV. MENELAOS Papageorgiou is 88 years of age, but that isn’t stopping him from continuing God’s work even though he’ll be in Cyprus not Eastern Ohio. more »»

Calling all former band members

July 21, 2012 SHADYSIDE — The Shadyside Alumni Band will be performing during this season’s Shadyside vs. Monroe Central football game on Friday, Aug. 31. more »»

Favede named Distinction Scholar

July 15, 2012 Cecelia Favede of The Linsly School has been named the recipient of the prestigious Morrill Scholars Program Distinction Scholarship. more »»

It's time to get creative

January 8, 2012 MARTINS FERRY — Now that the ladies from the M.I.T.C.H. more »»

Civil War, Custer celebrated

June 17, 2011 NEW RUMLEY – The Custer Memorial Association met June 4 to celebrate the town’s favorite son, Gen. George Armstrong Custer, born in New Rumley, who would be the 170 years old in 2011. more »»

Scouts hosting recycling drive

June 14, 2011 BRIDGEPORT — Lytton Sanitation is teaming up with Cubmaster Frank Manteau of Pack 109 and Pack 21 for a recycling paper drive. more »»

Artists collective coming to Ferry

May 22, 2011 MARTINS FERRY — Siena Baldi didn’t grow up in the Ohio Valley. She spent her youth between North Carolina and the big city of Chicago. more »»

Greyhounds: A special breed

April 10, 2011 A little over three years ago, KB’s Seadog was flying around the Wheeling Island oval as he won seven out of his first nine career races. more »»

Area teens recognized

March 7, 2011 Shayla Outward, Martins Ferry High School and Ayla Spolijar of St. John’s High School have been awarded the Teen of the Month Award for February. more »»



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