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Times Past for Sept. 9

September 9, 2013 25 years ago Following a 5 1/2-month, $335,000 overhaul at Beatty’s shipyards in Warsaw, Kentucky, the W. P. Snyder Jr. returned to Marietta just in time for the Sternwheel Festival. more »»

Times past Sept. 6

September 6, 2013 25 years ago Local and state fire officials are attempting to determine the cause of gasoline leaking into the Muskingum River. more »»

Times past Sept. 5

September 5, 2013 25 years ago “Stretch,” the steer of 14-year-old Mike Lowe of Little Hocking, was named grand champion at the Washington County Fair’s market steer sho. more »»

Times past Sept. 4

September 4, 2013 50 years ago Contracts for 6.17 miles of Interstate 77 in Washington County are scheduled to be awarded by the state highway department in 1964. more »»

Times Past for Sept. 3

September 3, 2013 50 years ago A building permit was issued for the new Social Security office building. Valued at $22,600, the structure will be located at 331 Fourth St. in Marietta. more »»

Times Past for Sept. 2

September 2, 2013 25 years ago The Washington County Fair is set to open this weekend, and visitors may want to take along an umbrella as rain is in the forecast. more »»

Times Past for Aug. 31-Sept. 1

August 31, 2013 Aug. 31 25 years ago Washington County Courthouse workers were evacuated due to a bomb threat. more »»

Times past Aug. 29

August 29, 2013 25 years ago Guests at Del Baker’s retirement party from Fenton Art Glass Co. spent an extra two hours celebrating aboard the Valley Gem after the sternwheeler ran aground in the Muskingum River. more »»

Times past Aug. 28

August 28, 2013 50 years ago Entries and exhibits are pouring in to the Washington County Fairgrounds at a record-breaking rate and will make this year’s fair the biggest in history. more »»

Times past Aug. 27

August 27, 2013 25 years ago Washington Technical College completed its purchase of an 81-acre property from the heirs of the Rood family, where construction of a new campus is expected to begin by next spring. more »»

Times Past for Aug. 26

August 26, 2013 Aug. 26 25 years ago Marietta College biology professor Bill Brown says that this summer’s mosquito population has been down due to the lack of rainfall and absence of standing pools of water. more »»

Times past for Aug. 24-25

August 24, 2013 Aug. 24 25 years ago ¯ A report shows the contaminant found in the city water well may be centered under a Bantam League baseball diamond north of the Washington County Fairgrounds. more »»

Times past Aug. 23

August 23, 2013 25 years ago ¯ Demolition work began on the 80-year-old First Baptist Church of Williamstown. more »»

Times past Aug. 21

August 21, 2013 100 years ago ¯ The parade of the local aerie of Eagles was a feature of the 10th anniversary of the lodge. Bands performed concerts in front of the lodge and then the parade began. more »»

Times past Aug.20

August 20, 2013 25 years ago ¯ Another segment of extracurricular activities in Marietta City Schools may be saved Monday, Aug. more »»

Times Past for Aug. 19

August 19, 2013 25 years ago - The Fort Frye Teachers Association filed for an injunction against the reassignment of two teachers and the transfer of a thir. more »»

Times Past published 8-17

August 17, 2013 August 17 25 years ago ¯ Marietta High School was the Division I first-place winner at the eighth annual Ohio State Fair Cheerleading Contes. more »»

Times Past Aug.16

August 16, 2013 25 years ago ? Warren Local Schools are asking for an emergency operating levy that will cost school district residents $1.1 million annually for three years. more »»

Times past Aug. 15

August 15, 2013 25 years ago ? Marietta memorial Hospital will offer a free program on breast cancer and the mammography procedure from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 1. The program will be at the Center for Women's Care. more »»

Times past Aug 12-14

August 14, 2013 Aug.12 25 years ago ? Betsy Mitchell of Marietta was interviewed on NBC's "The Today Show." She answered questions about her decision to compete on the U.S. Olympic team for a second time. more »»

 
 

 

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