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Local McDonald’s employees awarded Hadler scholarships

June 4, 2016 From local reports CHARLESTON — Fourteen local McDonald’s employees in the Tri-State area have been awarded scholarships courtesy of the Betty Hadler Memorial Scholarship Fund. more »»

Safety Council meeting

June 4, 2016 From local reports The Mid-Ohio Valley Safety Council will be meeting on Wednesday June 15, 2016, from 11:30 A.M. to 1 p.m. more »»

Japanese company celebrates 90 years at U.S. sites, including W.Va.

May 30, 2016 WASHINGTON, W.Va. - A new company to the area is commemorating a significant anniversar. more »»

Economics prof. named MC’s director of entrepreneurship

May 28, 2016 From local reports Jacqueline Khorassani, who has taught economics at Marietta College since 1987, has been named the new director of entrepreneurship. more »»

As leaders, we need to stop and look more deeply at our business

May 25, 2016 A number of years ago, my wife, Carol, and I were on the way home from a family gathering. About 20 miles south of Maysville, Ky., we reached the Blue Licks Battlefield State Park. more »»

Routine tasks still rank high in importance

May 18, 2016 As a supervisor in the coal mines, an important safety tool was my anemometer. The anemometer (a round device with fan-like blades) measured the flow of air. more »»

Live music venue opens in Vienna to promote local acts

May 16, 2016 VIENNA — Owner Paul Harton plans to offer big city entertainment at RadioActive, his new bar and concert venue at 102 12th St. more »»

Memorial Health System receives bariatrics accreditation

May 14, 2016 From local reports Patients seeking surgical treatment for severe obesity and its related conditions have a high-quality choice for receiving treatment at a nationally accredited program that meets... more »»


May 14, 2016 Peoples Bank honors local heroes Peoples Bank is saying “thank you” to the individuals who give so much for the community by offering a new “Peoples Hometown Heroes Banking” program. more »»

Health system to offer physicals

May 14, 2016 From local reports Memorial Health System’s Department of Sports Medicine is partnering with three local high schools to provide sports physicals and ImPACT® baseline concussion testing for... more »»

Credit union to host pet adopt-a-thon

May 14, 2016 From local reports BELPRE — Riverview Credit Union has partnered with the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley to promote the adoption and foster of local shelter animals. more »»

WSCC recognizes distinguished alumni

May 14, 2016 From local reports Washington State Community College recently recognized two alumni for the impact they are having on the community. more »»

Electric co-op’s annual meeting

May 13, 2016 Washington Electric Cooperative’s 76th annual meeting of members will take place May 19 at the co-op’s facility at 440 Highland Ridge Road near Marietta. The event is scheduled to begin at 5 p.. more »»

Words have a way of clouding communication

May 11, 2016 For the last 30 years, my career has been built around helping people improve their communication at work. more »»


May 11, 2016 Electric co-op annual meeting May 19 Washington Electric Cooperative’s 76th annual meeting of members will take place May 19 at the co-op’s facility at 440 Highland Ridge Road near Marietta. more »»

Dad left a lasting legacy of leadership

May 5, 2016 My Dad died July 28, 1986, about four months before his 87th birthday. All my life into my adult years when something happen where I needed a sounding board, Dad was available. more »»

Leaders learn the future is built on the past

April 27, 2016 By R. Glenn Ray Several years ago, I was a featured speaker on a tour of “The Little Cities of Black Diamond. more »»


April 26, 2016 Bob Evans to close 27 sites, layoff 1,100 WASHINGTON — Restaurant chain Bob Evans Farms is closing 27 underperforming locations and laying off 1,100 workers in attempt to boost profits. more »»

West Virginia Healthcare Authority denies MMH request

April 23, 2016 By Brett Dunlap Special to The Times PARKERSBURG — Marietta Memorial Hospital will not be able to establish an ambulatory care facility in Parkersburg, following a ruling from the West Virginia... more »»



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