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December 31, 2014 WE’VE OFTEN wondered why people will let themselves go for an entire year -- overindulging, eating, smoking, drinking, not exercising, glued to the television, stuck in the recliner -- and then... more »»

Time to Celebrate

December 30, 2014 UNDOUBTEDLY, more East Ohioans will be eating sauerkraut and pork Wednesday night and Thursday than any other time of the year as they prepare for a new beginning in a new year. more »»

Judge Solovan

December 29, 2014 SERVING ON the bench is a challenging task. Being a judge brings with it a myriad of responsibilities, many of the painful variety. more »»

Fair Support

December 28, 2014 COUNTY FAIRS are major players on Ohio's entertainment landscape. In Eastern Ohio, they are rites of the summer season. more »»

Don't Lose the Spirit

December 26, 2014 IT GOES all too quickly. Christmas Day has come and gone. Weeks and weeks of anticipation and preparation have evaporated into an all-too quick of an exit. The holiday season is like no othe. more »»

Merry Christmas

December 24, 2014 Like Dr. Seuss’ Grinch, some area residents are learning an important lesson about Christmas: It's the spirit and the love that makes this holiday so special, not the gifts, lights or trees. more »»

Voices From Across Ohio

December 24, 2014 The Cincinnati Enquirer, Dec. more »»

Shop With A Cop

December 23, 2014 Lately the news has been filled with riots, police violence and police killings. more »»

Put to Bed

December 22, 2014 ORDER HAS been restored in the St. Clairsville Police Department. That came about courtesy of Belmont County Prosecutor Dan Fry. more »»

Christmas Spirit

December 21, 2014 AS WE gather this week with our families and friends amidst a spirit of peace, love and reconciliation -- far removed from the realities that have plagued us -- we marvel at the miracles of the... more »»

Police Probe

December 19, 2014 ST. CLAIRSVILLE Police Chief Jeff Henry had the tough task of replacing a virtual legend. more »»


December 18, 2014 THE SMITHSONIAN Institution, established by legislation in 1846 “for the increase and diffusion of knowledge,” may be getting a face-lift in the future. more »»

Still Time to Help

December 17, 2014 CHRISTMAS IS just eight days away. For many, the gift shopping has been completed and the wrapping has commenced. For others, they prefer the hustle and bustle of last-minute Christmas shopping. more »»

Veterans Tree

December 16, 2014 MILITARY VETERANS are a special group of individuals. They have laid their collective lives on the line for our nation's safety. Veterans are deserving of special treatment for such gallantr. more »»

Deer Havens

December 15, 2014 DEERLOCK. Such is the case with proposed legislation now stalled in the Ohio Senate. As a result, a worthwhile proposal may go by the waysid. more »»

County Museum

December 14, 2014 THE TERM, “Another Save,” usually is connected to the sports lexicon, but it also can apply to the opening of the Historical Belmont County Sheriff’s Residence Museum. more »»

Snow Days

December 12, 2014 AN OLD saying goes: Times they are a changing. In regards to Ohio schools, so is the calamity day policy. more »»

Drug Court

December 9, 2014 IT IS safe to say that the Belmont County Common Pleas Drug Court is doing exceptional things. more »»

Animal Shelter

December 8, 2014 THE BELMONT County Animal Shelter is now under the direct control of the county commissioners. Previously, the Belmont County Animal Rescue League was in charge. more »»

Pearl Harbor

December 7, 2014 TODAY MARKS the 73rd anniversary of one of the most significant dates in American history. “… Dec. 7, 1941, a date that will live in infamy,” President Franklin D. more »»



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