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Opinion smells of ‘blatant partisan punditry’

January 24, 2015 Most Marietta Times daily editorials are timely, well-written examinations of real-life issues such as child care, law and order, education, business opportunities, or local healthcare that reflect... more »»

Next Big Thing for education

January 24, 2015 There is very little that is traditional about the community college, and for that we are proud. more »»

Pedestrian safety in Marietta continues to be a concern

January 24, 2015 Pedestrian safety in Marietta has been a critical issue in Marietta for decades. more »»

Beverly officials, citizens rise to the challenges

January 17, 2015 Again this year many of the community organizations and individuals made contributions to the Village of Beverl. more »»

China’s Marshall Plan: Silk Road 2.0

January 17, 2015 Armed with billions of dollars in foreign currency reserves, China is rebuilding a Silk Road to create a new Eurasian integration. more »»

History of Waterford roads

January 17, 2015 In 1828 county surveyor William R. Browning, a resident of Belpre and grandson of General Rufus Putnam, was given the difficult task of marking the roads in Waterford. more »»

Improve city services now

January 17, 2015 The city of Marietta obviously has limited financial resources for operating our beautiful, historic community. more »»

New attitude needed for city plan

January 10, 2015 Marietta was built after careful and detailed planning more than 227 years ago by the original 48 settlers and those who followe. more »»

Roads were lost in Waterford

January 3, 2015 What would happen if Waterford ever lost their roads? It is hard to believe today, but it happened. The earliest roads in Waterford were quite unique. more »»

Silent night: The Christmas truce of WWI

December 27, 2014 One hundred years ago, on Christmas Eve, one of the more extraordinary events of the 20th century occurred on the battlefields of Western Europe, during the early days of World War I. more »»

Early Wooster Township clerks

December 20, 2014 Horace Wolcott, clerk of Wooster (Watertown after 1824) Township, set down a single page record of the earliest known township meeting dated April 6, 1807. more »»

Facts about the Omnibus spending bill

December 19, 2014 There’s been much written and discussed about the recently passed “Omnibus” spending bill — legislation that funds each of the federal agencies — approved by bipartisan majorities in both the U.S. more »»

Discord in the “blood-cemented” China-North Korea relations

December 13, 2014 Pyongyang is on a diplomatic offensive again. Only this time, North Korea’s target is not the United States and its allies, but its own “best friend,” China. more »»

Recent letter deserves coal

December 13, 2014 Because some of our friends on the far right tend to be a bit deceptive about what they really want, Santa might need a special “Enigma Code” device to decipher the recent long-winded diatribe from ... more »»

My America has lost her mightiness

December 10, 2014 What has happened to my America? Like the eagle, America once soared in her greatness, proud of God and country. Now her mightiness is diminishing. more »»

A reply to Rush Limbaugh

December 10, 2014 Rush Limbaugh is a savvy guy who thinks Republican leaders are wrong to shun the idea of another government shutdow. more »»

Gillard: Beverly’s sub builder

December 6, 2014 Warren Gillard was a highly trained submarine electrician in the U.S. Navy during World War II. After his discharge in 1949, he did not find work where he could use his skills for some time. more »»

Beverly WWII sub electrician

November 22, 2014 If you are lucky when you are passing through Beverly, you will get a glimpse of ninety-three year old Warren Gillard. more »»

U.S. needs Japan for ‘pivot to Asia’

November 22, 2014 President Obama has just concluded an eight-day, three-summit Asia-Pacific trip. In Beijing, the U.S. president attended the 21-nation Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summi. more »»

A look inside the role of a CVB

November 15, 2014 What is a convention and visitors bureau? Since the first explorers moved westward, visitors to Marietta-Washington County have considered the Mid-Ohio Valley to be a special plac. more »»



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