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Times past for Jan 18-19

January 18, 2014 Jan. 18 25 years ago ¯ A final report on Marietta’s city finances show that $312,304 was left unspent last year, the largest carryover in recent memory. more »»

Times past Jan. 17

January 17, 2014 25 years ago ¯ The fourth annual Historic Harmar Dance will be held at the Lafayette Hotel, with the New Southwind Band performing. more »»

Times past Jan. 16

January 16, 2014 25 years ago ¯ For the past six months, area youths have been gathering in the evenings at the Marietta Teen Center in the basement of the Betsey Mills Club. more »»

Times past Jan. 15

January 15, 2014 50 years ago ¯ Harry Barengo and Dick McBane are co-chairmen for the Marietta Jaycees’ annual March of Dimes radio auction. more »»

Times past Jan. 14

January 14, 2014 25 years ago ¯ Community members will have the opportunity to become instructors for a day in Marietta City Schools classrooms. The “I’ve Been Back to School” program brings people into the schools. more »»

Times past Jan. 13

January 13, 2014 25 years ago ¯ The Washington County Fair Board has announced plans for the construction of a new rabbit and chicken building. more »»

Times past Jan. 11-12

January 11, 2014 Jan. 11 25 years ago ¯ Bohm NBBJ, a Columbus-based architectural firm, has completed a site analysis for the new Washington Technical College campus on Colegate Drive. more »»

Times past Jan. 10

January 10, 2014 25 years ago ¯ Warren Local Schools are facing a budget deficit for 1989-90, and administrators must come up with more than $300,000 in cuts. In November, voters defeated an 8. more »»

Times past Jan. 9

January 9, 2014 25 years ago ¯ Construction of Belpre’s Bicentennial Bandstand, a project of the Woman’s Club, has been delayed due to the strike by Department of Human Services workers, who cannot supply the... more »»

Times past Jan. 8

January 8, 2014 50 years ago ¯ Ben H. Putnam Jr., of Marietta announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for Congress from the 15th Ohio Distric. more »»

Times Past for Jan. 6

January 6, 2014 25 years ago Uncle Bob’s Food King at 214 Third St., was sold to Charles and Jo Ann Kirk of Parkersburg. The store will re-open before the end of the month as Kirk’s Market. more »»

Times past for Jan. 4-5

January 4, 2014 JANUARY 4 25 Years Ago Capt. Jim Sands sold the Valley Gem to Ruble’s Sternwheelers of Belpre. It will be renamed Junior Ruble, for the late Everet Ruble, Jr., who built it in the early 1970s. more »»

Times Past for Jan. 1

January 1, 2014 50 years ago - City officials elected at last November’s municipal elections were formally sworn in by Judge Sauer. Taking office were Mayor Don L. more »»

Times Past for Dec. 31

December 31, 2013 25 years ago - Twenty-four local residents have been selected to participate in the Telesis class of 1989. more »»

Times past Dec.30

December 30, 2013 25 years ago ¯ Several Marietta residents are joining together in making a $5,500 donation to the EVE shelter for battered women and children. more »»

Times past for Dec. 28-29

December 28, 2013 Dec. 28 25 years ago ¯ The Washington County Youth Services Committee has been gathering information about services provided by county-funded agencies for area youth. more »»

Times past Dec. 27

December 27, 2013 25 years ago ¯ Dean Ketelson, of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, answered a phone call for help from a man in Grandview — the Columbus suburb rather than the local township. more »»

Times past Dec. 26

December 26, 2013 25 years ago Belpre’s bicentennial year activities will be kicked off with a proclamation signed by Mayor Lewis Vaughn. more »»

Times past Dec. 24

December 24, 2013 25 years ago ¯ The little post office in Jerusalem, Monroe County, does booming business this time of year. more »»

Times past Dec. 23

December 23, 2013 25 years ago ¯ DuPont Washington Works will add up to 100 new employees to their workforce of 2,500. The company offered 50 job openings last May, for which 6,500 people applied. more »»



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