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Fewer tariffs would boost U.S. industry

May 21, 2016 Just over 50 years ago in a river town in southeastern Ohio, a high-tech polymer called Udel® PSU was produced for the very first time. more »»

Many Earth Day successes

May 19, 2016 Marietta Earth Day Celebration 2016 was a successful day! A special thanks to major sponsors: Clare Kremer, Peoples Bank, OSU Extension and the Marietta Area Recycling Cente. more »»

200 years of the Universalist Society in Marietta

May 19, 2016 It was a dark and stormy day in early April, 1860, when mourners leaving Mound Cemetery after the burial services for Unitarian Church founder Nahum Ward were caught in a terrific downpou. more »»

Natural vs. Manmade climate change

May 14, 2016 I’m a believer that climate change is happening. I also believe that climate change is a natural process that has been happening for millions of years. more »»

MOLST—crucial conversations needed for seniors

May 14, 2016 Senior communities and health care providers often find themselves managing difficult choices for the frail and terminally ill. more »»

Modern waste water treatment systems protect our water

May 12, 2016 Earth Day has come and gone as have the editorials urging us to protect the Earth. Clean water needs protectin. more »»

Beverly’s railroad: mid-1881

May 7, 2016 By February 1881 The Beverly Dispatch was recommending the people support the Zanesville and Southeastern Railroad and let Zanesville take the lead “and we will follow. more »»

China’s economy: In for a bumpy ride

April 30, 2016 The most recent IMF World Economic Outlook projects that growth in China is expected to slow to 6.3 percent in 2016 and 6. more »»

Marietta needs to promote new ideas

April 30, 2016 One of the main groups that is able promote our economic growth and create a positive change in this town meets at the armory on the first and third Thursdays of every month. more »»

Marietta supported the Family Festival

April 30, 2016 Marietta in Bloom sincerely thanks all those who supported and attended our Family Festival that took place on Saturday, April 16. We had wonderful weather and turnout. more »»

Respect America’s police

April 23, 2016 There are very few professions that demand the willingness to sacrifice one’s own life in order to protect the safety and security of others. more »»

Controversy over basketball coach upsets parent

April 23, 2016 Some things never change. That’s the way I feel about Marietta City Schools. I am so glad my youngest son will graduate in May, it’s sad. more »»

Alcohol is a danger to our youth

April 23, 2016 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 »»

A day in the life of a BOE member

April 23, 2016 People often ask me what it actually means to be a school board member. more »»

The Beverly Railroad in early 1881

April 23, 2016 By early 1881 Zanesville was planning a railroad south called the Zanesville and Southeastern Railroad. This railroad would lead south out of Zanesville with a terminus to be decided. Edward . more »»

We have the tools to succeed

April 22, 2016 Looking around Ohio today, you can't help but feel that we've been doing things right, including many impressive advances that are happening locally, in so many counties, communities and school... more »»

Regulations on flaring natural gas may backfire

April 16, 2016 The Obama Administration’s clampdown against the flaring of natural gas from shale wells has been heralded by environmental groups because they say it will reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. more »»

Beverly wanted railway extension

April 9, 2016 Books were opened for the sale of capital stock for the extension of the Bellaire and Southwestern Railway, or B. & S. W. Ry. on February 7, 1880. more »»

China’s two-child policy is no magic bullet

April 9, 2016 China is abandoning its three-and-a-half-decade-long one-child policy and shifting gear to a two-child policy. more »»

Many volunteers responsible for making dog park a success

April 9, 2016 The Marietta Bark Park sits atop Ohio’s oldest city in the center of a 22-acre wooded park. more »»



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