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Excellent level of care for surgical patient

April 9, 2014 I am writing this editorial regarding Marietta Memorial Health System, and my most recent experience as a surgical patient. more »»

More notice needed when closing parts of Gilman

April 7, 2014 While I realize that the closing of streets is often necessary for safety reasons, I think an incident this past weekend points out the need for better plannin. more »»

The facts don't substantiate the claim

April 7, 2014 The Times published an article on March 29 which contained some very perplexing statements from gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGeral. more »»

Disagree, but stay civil

April 5, 2014 A man/woman can and will often be judged by the words that flow from his/her mouth. My great-grandparents, grandparents and parents used to tell me this all the time. more »»

Warren should trim building administrators

April 5, 2014 Vote “no” on the Warren School levy. Our taxes have increased this last year and if the levy is passed we will pay a lot more. more »»

Volunteers needed for dog park meeting, all welcome

April 5, 2014 Do you use the Marietta Community Dog Park? Would you like to? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, then you need to join me at Lookout Park on April 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. more »»

Blockbuster ‘Noah’ isn’t the real Bible story

April 5, 2014 One of the things that I really enjoy is going to the movie theater, and I get really excited when there is a movie showing that is biblical. more »»

Debate code enforcement, but know the facts

April 5, 2014 Like most folks living in Marietta I have watched the dispute concerning code enforcement from a distance hoping the parties might find some way to compromise or at least stop the name calling. more »»

Used to be, no one got worked up about religious films

April 5, 2014 One can almost hear the approaching hoof-beats of the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” when longtime religious rivals suddenly start agreeing. more »»

Rightditarod a big success

April 5, 2014 Righditarod #4, The Right Path’s own “race against hunger,” Saturday, March 1, was a huge success thanks to our many supporters. Food 4 Less has shared shopping carts with us for the past four year. more »»

Speak up against sexual predators to stop them

April 4, 2014 Since April is “Child Abuse Awareness” month, there is something for parents and the public to keep in mind about child predators. more »»

Support for Armory Square is appreciated

April 3, 2014 What great news that the Smithsonian Magazine has chosen Marietta as one of its 20 best small towns. In fact Marietta is No. 6. We at Armory Square In. more »»

Don’t complain about the EPA; think ‘tomorrow’

April 2, 2014 After all that has happened in the state of West Virginia with the water for 300,000 people, you would think our elected officials would want more regulation. more »»

Spaghetti dinner benefit raises money to fight MS

April 2, 2014 The 5th annual all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner for Multiple Sclerosis will be held at Spagna’s Italian Restaurant, 301 Gilman Ave., on Sunday, April 6, from 4 to 7 p.m. more »»

Ohioans should back Secretary of State Husted

April 1, 2014 Recently, the Rev. Al Sharpton visited Cincinnati to speak at a benefit that would kick off a voting rights drive here in the state of Ohio. more »»

Automation frees up money for new jobs

April 1, 2014 Your editorial cartoon of Tuesday, March 25, perpetuates the pernicious myth that automation or computers generate unemployment. more »»

New Noah movie misrepresents the truth

March 31, 2014 My wife and I were excited to hear that a movie was coming out about Noa. more »»

Why seal some records?

March 29, 2014 On July 13, 2009, Michelle D. Henneman — formerly Michelle Schussheim — filed a petition for a domestic-violence civil protection order (CPO) against her husband, Alan Schussheim. more »»

We can’t keep living with polluted water

March 29, 2014 After all that has happened in the state of West Virginia with the water for 300,000 people, you would think our elected officials would want more regulation. more »»

 
 

 

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