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Health department more than flu shots

October 20, 2012 When most people think of the Health Department, they think of flu shots and other immunizations. more »»

Positive impact of natural gas on climate change

October 15, 2012 It is a remarkable paradox: At a time when the rest of the world is looking toward America for leadership in combating global warming, some refuse to accept the only energy source that can make a... more »»

Chamber viewpoint: Preparing students for the global marketplace

October 15, 2012 One of the greatest contributions we could make to future generations is a commitment to prepare our children for the “world of wor. more »»

The coming of China — U.S. arms race in Asia-Pacific

October 13, 2012 Strategic competition between China and the United States in Asia-Pacific is intensifying, with Beijing’s growing capability to bully America’s allies in Asia, block U.S. more »»

The effect of technology on communication

October 6, 2012 Her suggested headline: Communication has skyrocketed over the past few decades. more »»

Bush honeysuckle invades fields, threatens economy

October 6, 2012 Invasive plants are spreading in southeastern Ohio landscapes, lakes, and rivers. more »»

Chamber Viewpoint: Viral marketing spreads the word about the area

October 1, 2012 We take it for granted. Over the past few weeks I have met with several people who were visiting the Mid-Ohio Valley for the first time. more »»

Preparing the Ohio workforce

September 29, 2012 Simply creating jobs is not always enough to improve the economy. more »»

Chamber Viewpoint: Chamber committee focuses on education

September 17, 2012 The school year has kicked off and it’s time to introduce a new initiative of the Marietta Area Chamber of Commerce. more »»

County prepares for disasters

September 15, 2012 September is Preparedness month and the Washington County Health Department continues to provide training and information for the public about emergencies related to natural and biological event. more »»

Island feuds in East Asia are a challenge to America’s Asia policy

September 1, 2012 Old nationalistic and geopolitical undercurrents are bubbling to the surface in the East China Se. more »»

Public input wanted on liquor licenses

August 25, 2012 Everyone interested in Marietta is invited to participate in Tuesday’s Planning, Zoning and Annexation Committee meeting about a proposal that if approved would allow up to 15 additional alcohol... more »»

Hong Kong: Growing discontent in the world’s freest economy

August 11, 2012 The 2012 Index of Economic Freedom, published by Heritage Foundation and Wall Street Journal, has once again ranked Hong Kong the world’s “freest economy” — with an overall score of 89. more »»

Recycling is going strong

August 11, 2012 Recycling is alive and well in the Marietta area. And so it should be since several options are available. more »»

Government should empower job creators

July 28, 2012 There are many serious problems in Washington: the Senate refuses to consider a budget, the national debt continues to balloon, spending on food stamps and other social programs have skyrocketed, an... more »»

Holding govt. accountable

July 28, 2012 A major part of strengthening the state’s economy is to ensure that the money the government brings in by way of taxes is used efficiently and wisely. more »»

High heat hazardous to your health

July 21, 2012 Earlier this month, all of Washington County experienced power outages along with severely high temperatures. more »»

Relationship between S. Korea, Japan is not a zero-sum game

July 21, 2012 Recent developments in South Korea-Japan relations show signs of a zero-sum game: Japan’s gain will be South Korea’s los. more »»

Infrastructure in U.S. ailing

July 21, 2012 Mid-Ohio Valley residents, and, indeed, all Americans, might learn some valuable lessons from the recent storms and power outages that affected thousands of people — not the least of which is that... more »»

Jarring experience for resident

July 14, 2012 Well, the city of Marietta has had its first taste of how little the companies who are coming here to drill our land and extract our gas and oil care about us. more »»

 
 
 

 

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