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Times past July 10

July 10, 2014 25 years (1989) ¯ Sunday’s Broughton’s Ice Cream Social brought out at least 7,000 people, making it one of the most successful eve. more »»

Times past July 9

July 9, 2014 July 9 50 years (1964) ¯ Marietta College will be constructing a new observatory facility atop Mills Hall at Sixth and Putnam streets. The project will cost $22,500. more »»

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July 8, 2014 July 8 25 years (1989) ¯ Marietta High School’s “Save Our Football” fundraising drive has reached 50 percent of its $30,000 goal. more »»

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July 7, 2014 July 7 25 years (1989) - The nation’s unemployment rate edged up a notch to 5.3 percent as businesses created a modest 180,000 new jobs. more »»

Times past July 5

July 5, 2014 July 5 25 Years (1989) An estimated 12,000 people came to the fairgrounds during the holiday weekend. The fair board is estimated to profit between $2,000 and $3,000 from the festivities. more »»

Time Past July 4

July 4, 2014 July 4 25 Years (1989) As part of a legislative reorganization of higher education, Parkersburg Community College was approved to change its name to West Virginia University at Parkersburg and becom... more »»

Times past July 1-3

July 3, 2014 July 1 25 years (1989) Tonya Fournier, 16, a senior at Marietta High School won a $50 savings bond for her entry winning the teams logo contest. more »»

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June 30, 2014 June 30 25 years ago (1989) Tuition at Marietta College has increased by $800, making it $10,250. more »»

Times Past June 28-29

June 28, 2014 25 Years (1989) Michele Seevers, of Newport, and her family narrowly missed electrocution Tuesday when lightning struck their house, sending a bolt of pure electricity into a filled bathtu. more »»

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June 27, 2014 25 years ago (1989) Record amounts of rain, which have caused an increase in insects have dealt farmers a serious blow that agriculture officials say could make this season the worst in memory. more »»

Times past June 15

June 14, 2014 June 15 50 years ago William E. Hall of Marietta Post 64, American Legion, was elected commander of the 11th District, Department of Ohio. more »»

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June 13, 2014 June 13 50 years ago The lovely old home of Miss Laura Miller and Mrs. William H. Thompson, 1115 Phillips St., will be dismantled to make way for Interstate 77. more »»

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June 12, 2014 June 12 50 years ago “Dance Varieties of 1964,” the annual dance revue by the pupils of the Ralph Wylie School of Dance, will be presented at the Colony Theatre. more »»

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June 11, 2014 June 11 50 years ago Plans are being made for rebuilding the dangerous Fort Harmar Drive railroad crossing and curve. more »»

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June 10, 2014 June 10 50 years ago The purchase price for the Anchorage property in Marietta’s West Side was $26,000. The property was sold by William Kinnaird Russell and Mrs. Ruth Russell Sears to the Rev. more »»

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June 9, 2014 June 9 50 years ago The Housing and Home Finance Agency approved a $600,000 government loan to Marietta College for the construction of a new dormitor. more »»

Times past for June 8

June 7, 2014 June 8 50 years ago ¯ The Oak Grove Garden Club has erected a marker to identify their community and surrounded it with Spreading Junipers and Petunias. Involved in the project were Mrs. more »»

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June 6, 2014 June 6 50 years ago ¯ Production of hardwood pallets has started at the new plant of Silvesco, Inc. more »»

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June 5, 2014 June 5 50 years ago ¯ Faith Orthodox Presbyterian Church purchased two lots at the corner of Colegate Road and Merryhill Street, opposite the new North Hills Elementary School. more »»

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June 4, 2014 June 4 50 years ago ¯ Marietta’s Senior Girl Scouts, the “Ramble-Eers” are headed west on a 13-day camping trip to South Dakota. more »»

 
 

 

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