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Relay for Life

June 9, 2014 WALKING HAS never been more in vogue. Its health values are immeasurable. Walking takes on added significance this weekend. St. Clairsville will play host to the Belmont County Relay for Life. more »»


June 6, 2014 THERE will be ceremonies, speeches and a lot of remembering today as the world pauses to recall the 70th anniverary of D-Day when the allies landed on the beaches of Normandy and the battle began t... more »»

Indoor Treasures

June 5, 2014 SUMMER FUN is usually associated with the outdoors. Swimming, biking, camping and athletic fields yield much of the hot-weather entertainment. However, much can be said for indoor entertainmen. more »»

Questionable Deal

June 4, 2014 THE OBAMA Administration is coming under fire for its decision to swap prisoners with the Taliban. more »»

All-American Town

June 3, 2014 SUMMERTIME is festival time in the Ohio Valley. Many local communities stage celebrations over the course of the next three months. more »»

Volunteer VFD

June 2, 2014 BELLAIRE VILLAGE Council may be feeling some heat after a decision it made at Thursday's meeting. Council members opted to cut ties with the Neffs Fire Department. more »»

School Reprieve

June 1, 2014 THE SWITZERLAND of Ohio Board of Education made a long-awaited and highly anticipated decision Wednesday night. more »»

Restoring Glory

May 30, 2014 THE CLARENDON Hotel is undergoing a $4 million restoration project. While that may seem somewhat extravagant, it is a fair price to pay to resuscitate a grand piece of St. Clairsville history. more »»

Safe Summer

May 29, 2014 CLASSES ARE out for most Ohio Valley schools. Summer recess is a time of year embraced by students and teachers alike. more »»

Heavy Metal Has Heart

May 28, 2014 HEAVY METAL often gets a bad rap. Whether it is due to lyrical content, loud music or guttural vocals, the genre is definitely not one of the more popular types of music among average listeners. more »»

House Bill 175

May 27, 2014 HOUSE BILL 175 makes a lot of sense in Ohio. The legislation would create a state government database on the Internet. Should it come to fruition, it would track expenditures by state government. more »»

Memorial Day

May 25, 2014 THEY remember. As is the custom for Memorial Day, veterans’ organizations have placed flags on the graves of others who also fought to preserve our freedom. more »»

Reverse 911

May 23, 2014 YOU CANNOT place enough emphasis on safety. To its credit, Harrison County is taking a major step forward in that regard. A Reverse 911 system is being implemented in the count. more »»

Local Classic

May 22, 2014 COMPETITORS, take your mark. And with that, the 38th Annual Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classic will commence. more »»

Beneficial project

May 21, 2014 THE ST. Clair Commons project took a big step closer to becoming reality Monday night. The St. Clairsville Planning Commission gave its approval to the development proposal. more »»

Quality Service

May 20, 2014 ALL OF us in our lifetimes will likely need the services of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. more »»

Voices From Across Ohio

May 20, 2014 The (Toledo) Blade, May 19 School suspensions and expulsions often lead to students’ idleness, falling back, and dropping out. more »»

Dangerous Duty

May 19, 2014 LOCAL POLICE departments and the Belmont County Drug Task Force have been quite busy removing drugs, those who manufacture them and those who traffic them off of the streets. more »»

Night of Champions

May 18, 2014 THE OHIO Valley Athletic Conference is putting its best foot forward Monday night. more »»


May 16, 2014 MUCH-ANTICIPATED vote in the Ohio House of Representatives unfolded Wednesday. House Bill 375 passed by a 55-35 margin. The much-discussed piece of legislation raises the oil and gas severance tax. more »»



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