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The governor on education

April 6, 2016 With the scheduled visit of Gov. more »»

Planned giving helps foundation help community

April 2, 2016 You have worked hard, saved carefully, planned well. more »»

Mental health in the workplace

April 2, 2016 Ideally, everyone is always happy, healthy, and productive at work. Unfortunately, this ideal is rarely, if ever, achieved in the real world. more »»

Beverly fights for railroad

March 26, 2016 For a decade after the mid-1870s, word around Beverly was “railroad” as news spread that one would soon be built. more »»

Around the world of religion

March 26, 2016 Believe not because some old manuscripts are produced, believe not because it is your natural belief, believe not because you have been made to believe from your childhood, but reason truth out, and... more »»

Testing to begin for Marietta students

March 26, 2016 As sure as the daffodils have bloomed so comes the time of the year Ohio’s public school districts begin administering Ohio’s State Tests to show how all students are performing in school. more »»

Help Artsbridge support arts

March 26, 2016 Artsbridge has had a busy March — from the Arts Encounter for middle school students, to the 18th annual Very Spectacular Arts festival. more »»

Consider renting Campus Martius for a family special event

March 24, 2016 This weekend, as I dropped off my membership renewal for Campus Martius Museum, I fondly remembered trips and events at the museum when my daughter was younge. more »»

Marietta Recycling Center celebrates 40 years

March 19, 2016 The Marietta Area Recycling Center (MARC) is celebrating its 40th anniversary this Sunday! On March 20, 1976, MARC opened its original location on Post and Butler Street, now the location of the... more »»

North Korea will not give up nuclear weapons anytime soon; tension mounts

March 19, 2016 The escalating tension on the Korean Peninsula has reached a new altitud. more »»

Receipt headings: Styer’s Garage

March 12, 2016 The old safe at Styer’s Garage not only had ledgers dated from 1928 to 1938 naming customers with charge accounts, it had numerous receipts for supplies the filling station bought using descriptive... more »»

Standing firm in your beliefs

March 12, 2016 Until the final ballot of the 2016 presidential election is cast, we will be bombarded with political rhetoric and empty promise. more »»

Why time flies so quickly

March 8, 2016 “Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day, fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way. more »»

Donations to foundation help improve community

March 5, 2016 The Marietta Community Foundation is more than a charitable giving partner. It’s more than a way to positively impact our community. more »»

Free speech doesn’t mean rewrite history

March 5, 2016 In these contentious times, one of the few things that most Americans can agree upon is that it is far better to live in a nation (i.e. more »»

‘Get it right;’ help economy

March 5, 2016 A vibrant economy starts with a welcoming business climate. A welcoming business climate is one that is respectful of our entrepreneurs and employs a common-sense approach to regulation and taxatio. more »»

Ready or not here comces Hillary’s 2016 version

March 3, 2016 The wife of one of our earliest presidents stated, “The people vote for one like unto themselves.” I believe she also said, “We would account to God for our voting choices. more »»

Here’s a nod to Donald Trump, kind of

March 1, 2016 I am the Rainbow sage. Today I write with a heavy heart. As some readers recall, I previously predicted that Jeb would defeat Hillary in the upcoming fall election. more »»

Mental health of children in Ohio

February 27, 2016 Children’s mental health is important. According to the American Psychological Association (www.apa. more »»

Energizing our nation’s energy policy

February 27, 2016 Within the next five years, demand for America’s natural gas is projected to nearly double. That is great news for Ohio and other gas-producing states. But any celebration would be premature. more »»



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