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Viewpoint: Higher taxes on oil and gas will derail economic opportunities for Southeast Ohio

January 27, 2012 With high unemployment, housing foreclosures and families struggling to make ends meet, there’s no denying that many Ohioans are hurting financially. more »»

Thompson offers a recap of Ohio’s Economic Progress in 2011

January 21, 2012 For the past year, Ohio ranked first in the Midwest in job creation, and eighth in the nation. We are retaining and creating jobs, and that’s what we promised to do. more »»

Alzheimer’s cannot wait: Act now

January 21, 2012 We are at a pivotal moment in the future of Alzheimer’s disease. more »»

Stop, look and listen to all sides of fracking debate

January 21, 2012 Reading the article in the Marietta Times on Jan. more »»

Right Path and Music Fest 2012

January 21, 2012 The Right Path for Washington County is proud to announce our Band Fest No. 7 with a new twist on an old favorite: “Music Fest 2012.” Friday, Feb. 3, the doors will open at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Chamber Viewpoint: Chamber, SBDC sponsor forum on ‘catching the wave’

January 16, 2012 In 1900, there were 8,000 wells within 50 miles of Marietta, producing a million barrels of oil per month. The greater number of these wells were within 25 miles of the city itself. more »»

Resolve to be happier, healthier

January 14, 2012 The New Year is a time for new beginnings! For the Marietta Family YMCA, a leading nonprofit that strengthens the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, one o... more »»

China’s hard landing a global concern

January 14, 2012 China’s economy has been growing at a phenomenal pace in recent decades. Beneath the continued robust appearance, however, there are signs that the world’s No. more »»

Rape: FBI updates crime reporting

January 14, 2012 Until recently, when a survivor reported a sexual assault to law enforcement, outdated definitions meant their report may not have been counted in national statistic. more »»

Ohio’s economic progress in 2011

December 24, 2011 With the first year of the 129th General Assembly nearly in the book, it’s an ideal time to recap what has happened thus far. more »»

Kim Jong-Il is dead, but no change in sight for Hermit Kingdom

December 24, 2011 Kim Jong-Il is dead, but no change in sight for the Hermit Kingdom The enigmatic North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, the last Stalinist-dictator of the 21st century who used terror to preserve his powe... more »»

Dental clinic among highlights of 2011 for county health dept.

December 17, 2011 As we come to the end of 2011, the Washington County Health Department would like to provide an overview of some of the issues and projects it has been a part of during the year. more »»

YMCA has much to offer

December 10, 2011 The mission of the Marietta Family YMCA is to promote and inspire life-long development for children, adults and families through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for al. more »»

Don’t waste Ohio’s $15M

December 7, 2011 We are in the final days in which a compromise is possible on a new Congressional map; I remain hopeful that Democrats and Republicans in the Ohio legislature will finally come to a bi-partisan... more »»

Our Earth: Ohio should protect state parks

December 3, 2011 What do Ohio state parks mean to you? Even before stay-cations became popular, many Ohioans and visitors have found much to enjoy about our state parks. more »»

The United States is back in the Asia-Pacific; efforts focus on China

December 3, 2011 The United States’ Asia policy is undergoing a major shift, in particular its China policy. more »»

Right Path’s calendar is full

November 26, 2011 The Right Path for Washington County continues to remain busy with many upcoming activities throughout the school yea. more »»

Chamber Viewpoint: Keeping your eyes open to the door that is opening

November 21, 2011 “When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door we do not see the one which has opened for us;” (Helen Keller 1880-1968). more »»

Teacher says Thompson’s support of SB5 was misplaced

November 17, 2011 I would like to request that as my representative, Andy Thompson, change his focus from SB5 and its many items that would have caused further discourse to the people who watch our back daily, that... more »»

Viewpoint: Auditor candidate reflects on first campaign

November 15, 2011 It has been an incredible and humbling experience to run for public office. more »»



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