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All about pumpkins

November 19, 2012 “What moistens the lip, and what brightens the eye, what calls back the past like the rich Pumpkin Pie?” By the time John Greenleaf Whittier wrote his poem “The Pumpkin” in 1850, the pumpkin and its... more »»

Let's see you sparkle

November 19, 2012 Four weeks ago, the Times Leader’s annual Holiday Sparkle contest opened for entries. So far, we’ve only received three. more »»

Step back in time

November 18, 2012 MORRISTOWN — Step back in time and stir your senses on a walk through nine 19th century buildings on the 2012 Holiday Tour of Homes and Churches in Morristown. more »»

Gifts that give back

November 11, 2012 “This is by someone who is basically non-functioning. He doesn’t speak; he doesn’t really communicate,” says Dorothy Matusic, as she points to an abstract print of blues and yellows. more »»

WWII Co-Pilot Donn C. Young remembered

November 10, 2012 DILLONVALE — On Jan. 18, 1943, Major Donn C. Young and his crew were missing in action while piloting a flight over New Guinea. more »»

Cards of Hope features card by Sardis teen

November 10, 2012 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Brittany Harrigan, 17, of Sardis is a featured artist in the 2012 edition of Cards of Hope. more »»

Words: Then and Now

November 4, 2012 From where do words come? We use them every day: talking, typing, reading, signing, singing and texting. more »»

Got ice?

November 4, 2012 WHEELING — Got ice? As of today: yes! Wheeling Figure Skating Club members have been patiently waiting for their first opportunity to take to the ice at the popular Wheeling Park Memorial Ice Rink... more »»

Festival of Trees

October 28, 2012 WHEELING — The Festival of Trees 2012 will open Saturday, Nov. more »»

Halloween Celebrations

October 27, 2012 The commercialized, creepy, zombies-lurking Halloween is a product of American capitalism that evolved with a boost from Victorian spiritualism in the mid-1800s. more »»

Be kind. Stop bullying.

October 21, 2012 Next to a picture of a broken heart, 13 year old Rachel Ehmke wrote, “I’m fine = I wish I could tell you how I really fee. more »»

Mount de Chantal Conservatory of Music planned at WJU

October 21, 2012 WHEELING — Wheeling Jesuit University (WJU) joins with the Sisters of the Visitation in announcing plans to establish the Mount de Chantal Conservatory of Music at Wheeling Jesuit University. more »»

May I have this dance?

October 20, 2012 If you enjoy history — and are even fonder of an occasional spin around the dance floor, or simply prefer to watch and enjoy the fun dancing can immediately bring to virtually any situation — then... more »»

Add sparkle to your holiday

October 20, 2012 If you’re like me, you’re looking at the calendar wondering, “Where has 2012 gone?” It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is about a month away and there are only 65 days left until Christmas. more »»

Domestic Violence

October 14, 2012 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The Tri-County Help Center will hold its annual March for Domestic Violence Awareness on Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. more »»

All Aboard!

October 14, 2012 DENNISON — This October the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum invites everyone for a trip back to Dreamsville to celebrate the sixth annual American Soldiers Homecoming Festiva. more »»

A human look at divination

October 13, 2012 In “The Point,” a musical fable written by Harry Nilsson and shown as a movie in the early 1970’s, a gravelly-voiced character named “The Rock Man” advises wanderers Oblio and his dog Arrow not to... more »»

Can Do!

October 7, 2012 Next to fire, food preservation is probably one of the most vital discoveries to civilization. No sooner than vegetables and fruits are picked, cells begin dying off, and they begin to spoil. more »»

Dried herbs

October 6, 2012 The first thing to get straight when talking about herbs is pronunciation of the word “herb.” If “erb” with a silent “h” is your choice, you are correct. more »»

Local Questers set to host state convention

October 6, 2012 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The National Trail #348 and Wilson Shannon #1142 chapters of the Ohio Questers are co-hosting the 2012 Ohio Questers Fall Convention. The event will take place on Thursday, Oc. more »»

 
 

 

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