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Create community among workers for good of all

November 25, 2014 This year Thanksgiving whirled back around at lightening speed. It will be the first Thanksgiving without Mom. She died last December at 93. more »»

 
 
 
Let new leaders learn from their mistakes

November 19, 2014 My first fishing experience was in Flemingsburg, Kentucky. My brothers and I gathered three tobacco sticks and pounded a small nail into the flat end of each of them. more »»

Lab accredited in vascular testing

November 14, 2014 Parkersburg Vascular Laboratory has been granted a three-year term of accreditation in Vascular Testing in the areas of Peripheral Arterial Testing, Extracranial Cerebrovascular Testing, Visceral... more »»

Local CVB attends tourism conference in Springfield

November 14, 2014 The Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitor Bureau’s staff attended the annual Ohio Travel Associations Conference on Tourism from Oct. 15 to 17 in Springfield. more »»

When leadership transfers, team performance can suffer

November 12, 2014 Leader is often a lonely role. Harry Truman’s famous desk plaque, “The Buck Stops Here,” says it al. more »»

Home sweet home

November 11, 2014 Special to the Times ST. MARYS, W.Va. — It’s a sweet combination. Smith Candies is now home to Tina’s Cakes. Smith Candies, the candies and chocolates manufacturer in St. more »»

New employees must be nurtured properly to thrive

November 5, 2014 When I was a boy growing up on the farm, there was a division of labor. Dad assigned each of us three boys to our own set of chores. more »»

Chamber luncheon topic is shale

November 3, 2014 The Marietta Area Chamber of Commerce will introduce Andy Birol, shale consultant, author, and international growth expert for a briefing. more »»

Leaders must always be ready to learn

October 29, 2014 In 1973, I quit my first job in the coal mine as a rock duster and moved to Campbellsville, Ky. to pursue my sophomore year at Campbellsville College. more »»

Economic Roundtable speaker

October 17, 2014 Joshua Hall, associate professor of economics at West Virginia University and co-director of the Center for Free Enterprise within the College of Business, will be the second speaker in the 2014-15... more »»

Leaders can’t be emotional in a crisis

October 15, 2014 Periodically, about every five years yellow jackets build a nest in my yard. This year the nest was in my flower garden. more »»

Local Merle Norman studio celebrates 10 years with open house

October 10, 2014 From local reports Merle Norman Cosmetics, on Tiber Way in Marietta, is celebrating 10 years in business with an open house today and Saturday during regular business hours. more »»

Stonewall Group earns seven marketing/communication awards

October 10, 2014 From local reports Stonewall Group, an integrated marketing firm based in Marietta, recently earned seven marketing/communication awards for its work with the Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors &... more »»

Port authority recognition

October 10, 2014 James Black, executive director of the Southeastern Ohio Port Authority, presented a plaque to Ron Cooley, former board member, vice treasurer and vice secretary of the port authority in recognition... more »»

Leaders must realize people see things differently

October 8, 2014 My wife, Carol, is a mountain girl. She grew up in Denver with huge mountains rising up in the western sky. more »»

Copper Leaf design awards

October 1, 2014 For the third consecutive year, Copper Leaf Interior Design Studio has earned top honors at the American Society of Interior Design (ASID) annual competitio. more »»

MC ranks 6th among best Midwest colleges and universities

October 1, 2014 From local reports In U.S. News & World Report 2015 edition of Best College and Universities, Marietta College is ranked sixth among Midwest colleges and universities. more »»

Identifying and doing the right things

October 1, 2014 Fifteen years ago on a warm January day I invited my future wife to join me on a canoe ride. I explained that I had a canoe tied to a butternut tree on the bank of my river (the Little Hocking. more »»

Teri Ann’s celebrates 53 years in business

September 29, 2014 From local reports Fifty-three years ago in 1961, George and Virginia Zide had a vision of fashion and service in historic downtown Marietta and so Teri Ann’s was created, named after their oldest... more »»

Briefcase

September 29, 2014 Service anniversaries celebrated at Solvay Four Solvay Specialty Polymers employees recently celebrated service anniversaries: ¯ Gary Mason recently completed 20 years of employment with Solvay... more »»

Leaders should strive to expand their knowledge, experiences

September 24, 2014 By mid to late September of each year I begin to cast my eyes skyward in search of the North American banana, called pawpaw. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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