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Changing Bellaire

September 16, 2013 ALTHOUGH PEOPLE like to resist, change can be a good thing. Often times it is the necessary thing. Bellaire Village Council will meet Thursday. more »»

Priceless Libraries

September 15, 2013 A DICTIONARY definition of library card from the 1930s-40s is “a card issued by a library that allows the holder to borrow books and other materials. more »»

Big Reds & Tigers

September 13, 2013 THE OHIO Valley is prep football passionate. In two neighboring communities, that passion is at a fevered pitch. more »»

Time for Action

September 12, 2013 GOOD NEWS has morphed into frustration. Gov. John Kasich attended a ceremony last October at the closed Yorkville steel mill. He brought with him a message that the facility would reopen. more »»

Remembering 9/11

September 11, 2013 SEPT. 11, 2001 - Former President George Bush said it was a day Americans must never forget. more »»

Water Works

September 10, 2013 DAN MARLING is a man with a plan. In fact, he has several plans. Marling has been Bellaire's village administrator for less than a year. more »»

Police Dogs

September 9, 2013 FIGHTING CRIME in the Ohio Valley is getting tougher and tougher these days. more »»

Day of Caring

September 8, 2013 THE UNITED Way of the Upper Ohio Valley is the lifeblood of many area non-profit agencies. more »»

Moving Up

September 6, 2013 BELMONT COUNTY is growing. That point was reaffirmed at a recent county commissioners' meeting. The oil and gas industry is responsible for much of it. That trend should only escalate. more »»

Boosting Students

September 4, 2013 THE OHIO Valley African American Student Association has a worthwhile mission statement. more »»

Fair Time

September 3, 2013 IT'S FAIR time in Belmont County, and that means a special time is being made available to all. The Belmont County Fair officially opens Wednesday at noon. more »»

Honoring Labor

August 31, 2013 WE?CELEBRATE Labor Day Monday, an opportunity for us to reflect on the many contributions the labor movement has made to add to the standard of living we enjoy in our country. more »»

Pioneer Spirit

August 30, 2013 SEPTEMBER 11, better known as 9/11, is a day that lives in history as a result of the cowardly attacks by terrorists in 2001 in the United States and the tragic deaths of nearly 3,000 people, and it... more »»

Good Sports

August 29, 2013 FOR THOUSANDS of individuals throughout the Ohio Valley, today is like Christmas morning. The presents come in the form of the start of the high school football front at several venues tonight. more »»

Moving Forward

August 27, 2013 THE ST. Patrick’s Day blaze in Bridgeport that took the lives of three young children was tragic. That will never change that as it will remain painfully etched in the minds of many. more »»

Shifting Gears

August 26, 2013 THE SWITZERLAND of Ohio Board of Education is making the most of a tough financial situation. more »»

Recycyling at Work

August 25, 2013 THE CITY of Martins Ferry and JB Green Team are joining hands to launch an experimental program. Should it prove successful, it is an undertaking that harbors countless dividends. more »»

Fresh Start

August 23, 2013 THE SWITZERLAND of Ohio Board of Education took a major step in getting its district on the road to a brighter future Wednesday morning. more »»

Monroe Fair

August 22, 2013 THINGS ARE hopping in Woodsfield this week. The 163rd Monroe County Fair is in full swing, offering all types of family fun for young and old alike. more »»

Protecting Schools

August 21, 2013 SCHOOL SECURITY has never been placed at such a high premium. Recent tragedies have made safety in schools a passionate and never-ending priority. more »»



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