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West Virginian wants more facts exposed

February 5, 2014 Responding to a letter to the editor on Feb. more »»

Big mistake not keeping county administrator

February 5, 2014 Washington County Commissioners are making a grave mistake by failing to retain Paul Cunningham county administrator. I have known Cunningham throughout his 39-year career with the county. more »»

Legalizing pot is a freedom-of-choice issue

February 4, 2014 I’m writing about a letter writer’s thoughtful letter: “The politics of legalizing pot” (Jan. 29). more »»

Annual Fur Ball Feb. 22 at a new location

February 4, 2014 The humane society’s 11th annual Fur Ball dance and auction is scheduled for Feb. 22. This year’s event will be held at the Shrine Club on Pennsylvania Avenue, Marietta. more »»

‘Survivor’ will make you appreciate freedom

February 4, 2014 I have never written a letter to the editor, but felt I must do so after watching the movie, “Lone Survivor. more »»

Waterford resident appreciates snow removal

February 3, 2014 I would like to take this time to say what a nice job the workers did on Waterford Road when we had the big snowfall during the weekend. more »»

Food pantry says thanks for the local drive

February 3, 2014 We, the volunteers and staff of the Marietta Community Food Pantry, would like to take this opportunity to thank the local high school students who worked in conjunction with the AmeriCorps Ohio... more »»

Marietta Council should get on with well request

February 3, 2014 Re: City council hears more about fracking. more »»

Property maintenance code unneccessary law

February 1, 2014 Marietta councilman Roger Kalter submitted a “Special Opinion Piece” to The Anchor (No. more »»

Coolville, Stewart areas face real dangers

January 31, 2014 My husband and I live on State Route 144 along the Hocking River, just two miles from Coolvill. more »»

No one asked questions about W.Va. water

January 30, 2014 Recent articles in the Akron Beacon Journal have focused on the poisoning of water in West Virginia by “leak(s)” from Freedom Industries, a plant producing chemicals to “clean coa. more »»

Property code lays out minimum standards

January 30, 2014 Marietta’s Property Maintenance Code rules are a minimum standard designed to protect the basic health and safety of Marietta residents and visitors. more »»

Hollow victory in fight to save Ormet

January 29, 2014 In response to various stories and letters about Ormet’s demise and what caused it, I can only say that time and time again the union stated at both the Ormet rolling mill and smelter that if they... more »»

Coal industry has ties to tainted water case

January 29, 2014 Our tainted water hit the national news. When this happens, sometimes our national and state level elected officials work to solve a problem. Then again, maybe not in our lifetim. more »»

EVE’s chocolate event moves to the Betsey

January 28, 2014 Over the past 25 years, EVE, Inc. has sponsored an annual fundraiser devoted to chocolate. Now, planning our 26th event, we are moving to a new location. more »»

The politics of legalizing pot exposed

January 27, 2014 While An Ohio legislator claims cannabis (marijuana) is not a high priority, re-legalizing the God-given plant changes the entire political landscape (Going to pot? Jan. 9, 2014). more »»

Food pantry reports successes to community

January 25, 2014 Hello! What an unusual, yet simple, way to begin a letter about the Gospel Mission Food Pantry. Perhaps it would be better if I said, “Hello and thanks so much. more »»

New property code regulations cross the line

January 25, 2014 I hope you live in a perfect home! Especially you, Council-people. more »»

Oil and gas tax dollars should stay in our area

January 25, 2014 Since taking office, Gov. John Kasich has promised to raise Ohio’s severance tax on oil and gas producers to provide income tax relief to all Ohioans. more »»

Ormet’s problems can’t be fixed in the papers

January 24, 2014 This letter is in reference to the Wheeling Intelligencer which read, “Ormet may be finished.” I have to question this bias newspaper how and where they get their information. more »»



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