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Future development will take a team approach

April 6, 2016 It is time for us, the Greater Ohio Valley, to attract, grow and retain the creative class. We need a technology and employment transformation that is driven by the creative class. more »»

Donate Life Month spreads word about organ giving

April 5, 2016 One choice can create a wide ripple of change, much like the decision to be an organ, eye and tissue dono. more »»

Family glad their accident happened in Lowell area

April 5, 2016 Last Saturday our daughters were coming home form OSU and were involved in a two car collision on the Lowell bridge. Three passengers were transported MMH for medical hel. more »»

Basket bingo successful thanks to community

April 2, 2016 Our Longaberger basket bingo was a huge success on Saturday, March 26, at the Cutler Community Center. We have so many people to thank. more »»

Longtime fiscal officer thankful for support

March 26, 2016 I would like to take this time and express my sincere thanks to all the support that I received for my 16 years as fiscal officer for Salem Township. more »»

Criticism of Obama over Cuba visit unfair

March 26, 2016 In response to your Our Opinion column titled “Is there a ‘Plan B’?” in the Wednesday, March 23 paper, I’d like to ask if you have put together even a Plan A. more »»

We must separate terrorists from immigrants

March 26, 2016 The terrorism happening all over the world is directed by the Koran, which has 109 verses, ordering all Muslims to war against all non-Muslims. more »»

Arrest shouldn’t taint local relationships

March 24, 2016 This is regarding the arrest in Belpre of the owner of Bill’s Coins and Jewelry. We know (William) Moodispaugh from being in his shop. more »»

Thanks to all who helped with Right Path fundraiser

March 23, 2016 On Sunday, March 13, The Right Path for Washington County hosted our first fundraiser of the year at Spagna’s in the historic Harmar Village. more »»

Thanks to all who voted for, helped treasurer candidate

March 23, 2016 I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that voted for me and helped me through my primary campaign. more »»

Thanks for support of Devola fire levy

March 22, 2016 The Devola Volunteer Fire Company covers East Muskingum Township and the Devola area. We are staffed during the weekdays from 5:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. more »»

Earth Day celebration at armory April 23

March 22, 2016 Marietta’s Earth Day Celebration is fast approaching — Armory Square, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 23. Now is the time to consider entering the Sweetgum Ball Contest and the Trash-to-Art Contest. more »»

April’s message: Help put an end to sexual violence!

March 19, 2016 April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and as a community it is our responsibility to educate, promote healthy relationships, and help to prevent sexual violence. more »»

Vandals uproot 70 daffodils planted at Greene/Phillips

March 18, 2016 Last fall, in the spirit of community beautification, Norwood United Methodist Church planted 70 daffodils where Phillips splits off from Greene Street. more »»

Volunteer work in town no threat to Teamsters

March 18, 2016 Good grief Charlie Brown! I had no idea when I was weeding the bump outs on Front Street, planting trees in Harmar, picking up litter and debris in the parks, or removing leaves from the local... more »»

Donors turned out for Lowell blood drive; thank you

March 17, 2016 On Jan. 15, Lowell community held its fourth American Red Cross drive for blood donations at L-A Fire Department in Lowell. more »»

This might be the last time we can stand on our own

March 16, 2016 When you think it can’t get any more messed up, it does! Saw on a local television station recently and read in the paper that in Ohio on our ballot we can vote for president twice, but only one vot... more »»

Schultz column was thought provoking

March 16, 2016 I read many of the pieces Connie Schultz, syndicated columnist, writes and find her to be a thoughtful and skilled writer. more »»

Trump: The art of the dodge

March 15, 2016 I am the Rainbow Sage. As a writing sage, the current state of presidential politics is like a dream come true, like a tear in the fabric of time to peek through. more »»

Halliday strives to excel no matter what the task

March 15, 2016 It is my immense pleasure to endorse John M. Halliday for the position of Washington County Common Pleas Judge. I have known Halliday all of my life while living in this great town of Marietta. more »»

 
 
 

 

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