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Marietta schools survey staff, students, parents

June 25, 2016 Hello Marietta! As our summer begins I am just finishing my first year in my new position at Marietta City Schools. more »»

Local drug court needed

June 25, 2016 Much has been written about the opioid epidemic in Ohio and the overpopulation of the correctional system by non-violent drug-related offenders. more »»

Beverly’s final push for a railroad in 1881

June 18, 2016 During 1881 there were prominent men in Beverly and vicinity who were not subscribing to the Z. & S. E. for one reason or another. A few had no doubt subscribed to the B. & S. W. more »»

Coach wants a hearing with school officials

June 17, 2016 Over the past 10 weeks I have been subjected to several articles in the Marietta Times that have included information from my personnel file at Marietta City Schools. more »»

China and North Korea: Is there a thaw on the horizon?

June 11, 2016 In an apparent effort to mend frayed ties with its only strategic ally, Pyongyang sent one of North Korea’s top officials, Ri Su-yong, vice chairman of the ruling Workers’ Party, to Beijing on May 31. more »»

History repeats itself in Ohio

June 11, 2016 It’s not surprising to see history repeating itself on the Wayne National Forest in Ohio. more »»

Eye on the Lower Muskingum: Beverly railroad —July 1881

June 4, 2016 By mid-1881 Beverly was still trying to raise enough subscription money to assure at least a branch of the Zanesville and Southeastern from Unionville, Morgan County. more »»

New for 2016-2017 Ohio school year, meningitis vaccine is now required

June 4, 2016 For parents of school-age children, vaccinations are usually pretty routine. You take your children for their annual check-up, and your health care provider tells you what vaccines are due. more »»

My advice to Donald Trump: Lead

May 25, 2016 This election cycle has been unlike any we’ve ever seen. Many of our fellow Americans are justifiably angry, and they’ve spoken with their votes. more »»

When Chinese get rich, they want to leave China

May 21, 2016 For the first time in modern Chinese history, China’s rich are on the run. more »»

The Beverly railroad — June 1881

May 21, 2016 Beverly railroad supporters received more good news the first week of April 1881. The Ohio Senate passed the bill authorizing the transfer of $150,000 in B. & O. more »»

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 »»

 
 
 

 

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