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Stifel Awards Total $75,590

July 1, 2015 WHEELING — Top students in Ohio County Schools received financial rewards for their efforts Tuesday during the 2015 Stifel Awards ceremony Tuesday at Wheeling Park High School. more »»

 
 
 

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Stifel Awards Total $75,590

July 1, 2015 WHEELING — Top students in Ohio County Schools received financial rewards for their efforts Tuesday during the 2015 Stifel Awards ceremony Tuesday at Wheeling Park High School. more »»

Former Teacher Pleads Guilty

July 1, 2015 WHEELING — A former John Marshall High School faces 20 years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to a federal child pornography charge. Duane David Will J. more »»

Lottery: Charity Gambling Is Illegal

July 1, 2015 CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia Lottery officials say “casino night” fundraisers conducted by charitable organizations are illegal but the Lottery does not have authority to crack down on such events. more »»

Prevailing Wage Going on Hiatus

July 1, 2015 CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia’s prevailing wage for public construction projects is temporarily disappearing as of Wednesday, and Senate President Bill Cole says Republicans could scrap the wage... more »»

Police Talk to Two Men About North Wheeling Shooting

July 1, 2015 WHEELING — Two men wanted for questioning in connection with a North Wheeling shooting Monday turned themselves in to police Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Obituaries

MICHAEL MULARCIK

July 1, 2015 Michael H. “Mike” Mularcik, 73, of Wintersville, Ohio died Saturday, June 27, 2015 at A.G.H., Pittsburgh, PA. He was the former owner of Mike’s Sweeper Center, and is the husband of Ruth Mularcik. more »»

MARY CAMPBELL

July 1, 2015 Mary Teresa Campbell, “Boots”, 91, of Wheeling, W.Va., passed away Monday, June 29, 2015, in Park Health Center, St. Clairsville, Ohio. more »»

RICK OSTRANDER

July 1, 2015 Rick Ostrander, age 52, of Martins Ferry, OH, died Tuesday. Visitation Thursday from 11 a.m. until time of funeral service at 1 p.m. at Grisell Funeral Home, 400 33rd St., Bellaire. more »»

RALPH SMITH

July 1, 2015 Ralph Lee Smith, 76, of Wheeling, passed away on June 28, 2015. He was the son of the late Howard and Lillian Ann Rice Smith. Mr. more »»

ARTHUR GORBY

July 1, 2015 Arthur Gorby, Jr., 74, of Wheeling, died Monday, June 29, 2015 at OVMC. He was born October 2, 1940 in Pine Grove, W.Va., son of the late Arthur and Wanda Gorby. Arthur was retired from Conrail. more »»

Community

Two Arrested in Raid of Alleged Meth Lab

July 1, 2015 Police arrested a Moundsville couple and removed a child from a Dorsey Street home late Monday after uncovering an alleged meth lab ther. more »»

Fork Ridge VFD OK’d For EMS Service

July 1, 2015 Marshall County commissioners on Tuesday cleared the Fork Ridge Volunteer Fire Department to provide emergency medical service, effective today, despite concerns voiced by other area EMS agencies... more »»

School Board Talks on Bullying, Classroom Issues

July 1, 2015 The Marshall County Board of Education addressed several issues including bullying, grading systems and classroom distractions during their Tuesday meeting. more »»

Lincoln High Reunion Planned for Saturday

July 1, 2015 There will be laughter, tears and great memories shared this Saturday, July 4, when students from the former Lincoln High School get together from “morning until evening” at Sonneborn Shelter in... more »»

Judge Delays Competency Ruling In Brooke County Murder Trial

July 1, 2015 A judge has delayed ruling on whether Rocco Zuccaro’s Brooke County murder case will move forward, as prosecutors and Zuccaro’s attorney continue to disagree on his competency to stand trial. more »»

Editorials

Housing Board Action Important

July 1, 2015 Enormous progress has been made in improving the quality of life available at public residential facilities operated by the Jefferson Metropolitan Housing Authority. more »»

Military Service Risky at All Times

July 1, 2015 State flags on West Virginia government buildings were at half-staff Tuesday, honoring Army Sgt. Kenneth R. Berry of Parkersburg, who was killed in a training accident last week in Kentuck. more »»

Ohio Right On Renewables

June 30, 2015 Renewable portfolio standards were quite trendy for state governments a while back. In fact, 30 states now have in place mandates that require greater use of energy sources such as wind or solar. more »»

Terrorist Attack Appears Probable

June 30, 2015 If preventing a terrorist attack in the United States is a matter of connecting the dots, Americans have plenty to fear with the Independence Day holiday just days away. more »»

Consider Full Cost Of EPA Mandates

June 30, 2015 Environmental Protection Agency officials are masters of using numbers selectively. New regulations are accompanied by claims they will save lives and improve the nation’s economy. more »»

Local Columns

Using MECA to Encourage Children to Write

June 28, 2015 D. F. K. Bertolette wrote in his book: “A teacher is not measured by the number of bright students he makes brighter, but rather by the number of indifferent students he makes brigh. more »»

Main Street Bank Continues Growth in Marshall County

June 28, 2015 Three years ago, Main Street Bank opened an office in Moundsville and this past week officials of the banking firm made yet another commitment to the city. more »»

Founders Would Be Appalled

June 28, 2015 What would Patrick Henry say today? “Give me liberty or give me death?” Nah. More like, “Give me liberty or, heck, let me trade that for a government that promises to protect me from lemonade. more »»

Exposing Secrecy in Government

June 27, 2015 It’s a fairly safe bet that if you read this column regularly, you’re going to be very angry in about a year. So will lots of other West Virginians. more »»

Seeds Of Hope

June 27, 2015 It was just one silly little pumpkin plant. Out of nowhere, the vine sprang from the earth on a sloping part of our backyard a few years back. more »»

Sports

Excitement Builds in Pine Grove for 2015 Jacks

July 1, 2015 PINE GROVE — Valley football coach Shane Highley knows the interior of his team is not blessed with the best size. But he knows a solution that has worked this offseason: hard work. more »»

Pete Rose Holds Court in Washington, Pa.

July 1, 2015 WASHINGTON, Pa. — Will he meet with the press or won’t he? That was the question on the minds of the assembled media huddling away from the rain on a blustery Tuesday night at Consol Energy Park. more »»

Beallsville Has Four Varisty Football Games Scheduled

July 1, 2015 BEALLSVILLE — The work to complete Beallsville athletics schedules is still ongoing. more »»

U.S. Advances To Cup Finale

July 1, 2015 MONTREAL — Carli Lloyd remembers putting the ball on its spot and shutting out the noise of more than 51,000 anxious fans. Then she blasted that ball into the back of the net. more »»

Bouchard, Halep Out In First Round at Wimbledon

July 1, 2015 LONDON — A year ago at Wimbledon, Eugenie Bouchard and Simona Halep met in a semifinal showcasing two of tennis’ up-and-coming stars. Bouchard was only 20, Halep 22. more »»

 
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Wanted: American President

June 9, 2015 We as American voters are the employers who will hire the next U.S. president when we go to the polls in 2016. more »

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