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The U.S. is still No. 1

May 17, 2014 News media around the world are trumpeting a sensational headline for the global economy: China No. 1, the United States No. 2. The U.S. more »»

Different perceptions come from different experiences, even in business

May 14, 2014 Last Saturday, my older brother, Joe and his friend, Sue, were vacationing near Crossville, Tennessee, when they decided to try and find the Benedict homeplace where my grandmother lived and my mom... more »»

Parents have the power with teens

May 10, 2014 Parents, you matter. So with prom and graduation season at hand, take time to talk with your teen about the dangers of underage drinking and drug use/abuse. Did you know that alcohol is the No. more »»

Know the facts on skin cancer

May 10, 2014 On behalf of the Ohio Dermatological Association (ODA), I am writing to raise awareness of the month of May designated as Melanoma and Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month by the Ohio General... more »»

Beverly Bruins year to remember

May 10, 2014 At the halfway mark of the 1952-53 season, the Beverly Bruins were 10-0. School records had already been broken. The team had an amazing fifteen wins in a row at home. more »»

Exercising a defendant’s right of confrontation

May 10, 2014 Scientific experts presenting DNA evidence during trials is nothing new; people have seen it everywhere from the O.J. Simpson case to any of about a dozen courtroom dramas on television. more »»

Extension service turns 100 around Ohio

May 8, 2014 Ohio State University celebrates 100 years of cooperation extension and looks forward to the years to come. more »»

May’s a busy time in downtown Marietta

May 7, 2014 May means it’s time to put up the hanging flower baskets in downtown Marietta! That will happen on Thursday at 7 a.m. for anyone interested in helping in this volunteer endeavo. more »»

Older Americans honored in May

May 3, 2014 Each May, since 1963, people in towns and cities across the country have come together to celebrate the enormous contributions of older Americans—borne of wisdom, experience, and the will to realize... more »»

Beverly Bruins made it big

April 26, 2014 Nearly everything about the 1952-53 Beverly Bruins basketball team is gone except some of the players, the newspaper write-ups and pictures, the Bruins bear (mascot) and the stories that are still... more »»

The new arms race in Asia

April 26, 2014 Asia is in the middle of an unprecedented arms rac. more »»

2013-14 Marietta area winter bird count

April 22, 2014 It’s snowing outside as I write this in mid-April, and, wisely, nobody showed up for the first of the spring’s morning bird walks at 6:30 a.m. more »»

River trail a project for all

April 19, 2014 Fourteen years of Marietta City and community partnership have resulted in the $3 million, 3.5-mile River Trail. more »»

GMO, Seralini Study, Monsanto, the European Union and America’s Food

April 19, 2014 Genetically modified organisms ... they’re a hot topic depending on who you as. more »»

Schools should focus on ‘now’

April 19, 2014 Everyone has a strong opinion about education. But the controversies are always about the same topics: testing, teachers unions, funding, merit pay, vouchers/school choice, charter schools. more »»

Celebrating 225-year birthday

April 12, 2014 About one half mile south of Beverly is a run that passes under Route 60 just before the big turn at Lakeside Motel. more »»

Early Wooster Twp. records

April 5, 2014 “The name of the township was changed from Wooster to Watertown, December 6, 1824, the object being to avoid the annoyance of having two Woosters in the same State, there being a town and township... more »»

Soft power key to ‘pivot to Asia’

April 5, 2014 Asia is a top priority in the second Obama administration’s foreign policy and the U.S. policy in the Asia-Pacific is characterized by a “pivot to Asia. more »»

Injury, retirement and workers’ compensation

March 27, 2014 Gerald E. Hoffman was working as a mechanic for Rexam Beverage Can Company when he injured his knee on Feb. 11, 2003. Five months later, in July, he had surgery on the injured kne. more »»

All Access gives readers unlimited options

March 22, 2014 The Marietta Times and Parkersburg News and Sentinel both started printing newspapers in the later part of the 1800s. By 1900 both newspapers were dailies. more »»



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