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Lesson On Fall Leaves

August 20, 2014 We are quickly approaching the fall season and there is much to do: Bring in the harvest from our gardens, enjoy all the festivals and the football! Amid the joys of fall come the task of yard clean... more »»

Author Wins Big Prize For ‘Little Things’

August 17, 2014 West Virginia author Bil Lepp has won the prestigious PEN/Steven Kroll Award for Picture Book Writing for his first children’s book, “The King of Little Thing. more »»

Friends, Phone Calls and Surprise Trip to ‘Antiques Roadshow’

August 17, 2014 I was surprised by a phone call I received a few weeks back from a regular reade. more »»

Parking Issue Interrupts Lunch With Books

August 10, 2014 The perpetual problem with a lack of parking spaces at the Ohio County Public Library in Wheeling is going to worsen, at least temporaril. more »»

Meet Them In The Alley

August 3, 2014 Everyone wants to meet in the alley! More specifically, everyone wanted to meet in the Loft Gallery at the Wheeling Artisan Center Thursday, July 31, for the opening of Wheeling photographer Bennett... more »»

What Did We Really Learn in a Small Town School?

August 1, 2014 A few weekends ago, the alumni of Dillonvale High School held their reunion (which is scheduled every three years. more »»

Display Honors Steber’s 100th

July 27, 2014 A new display is on view at the Ohio County Public Library this month in honor of Wheeling native Eleanor Steber’s 100th birthda. more »»

Clarifying Startling Autism Rate Statistics

July 25, 2014 In March 2012, Time magazine writer Alice Park summarized the skyrocketing rates of autism in an article titled “Autism Rises”: “One in 88 children in the U.. more »»

Create Your Own Green

July 23, 2014 On May 29, I was honored, along with Danny Swan, Glenn Elliott and Brad Chambers, to be a part of the “The Big Ideas” event in Wheeling by the citizen group Downtown Wheeling. more »»

Notable News In the World Of Music

July 20, 2014 Two Pittsburgh area organists with Wheeling ties are both finalists in the upcoming University of Michigan Organ Improvisation Competition. more »»

Back-to-School: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

July 18, 2014 Back- to-school season is nearly upon us. This simple phrase has multiple meanings — some good, some bad; it all depends upon your perspectiv. more »»

Tamarack Accepts Local Artists

July 13, 2014 Two Northern Panhandle artists are represented in the Best of West Virginia Juried Exhibition at the Tamarack Gallery near Beckley. more »»

Exploring the Meaning of Success in School

July 11, 2014 What do we want from our schools? Do we want high scores on high stakes tests? Do we want small class sizes? Do we want safe campuses? Can’t we have it all? As a head of school, I hear a variety o... more »»

Donating Blood May Affect Sports

July 8, 2014 DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a fit 54-year-old male who bicycles a lot. My friends and I are pretty competitive when we do our rides, pushing hard and challenging each other in positive ways. more »»

Woman Regrets Rash Decisions

July 8, 2014 Dear Annie: I am a 68-year-old twice-divorced woman who has made some unwise decisions in my life. I’m single (which is fine) and will be retiring at year’s end. more »»

Poet Laureates Published In New Work

July 6, 2014 West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman of Wheeling is in fine company with Kentucky Poet Laureate Frank X. Walker and other regional writers in a new literary work. more »»

Worried My Nephew Will Be a Sociopath

July 6, 2014 Dear Annie: When my sister dated “Ron,” he was a very angry and controlling man. They fought constantly. My parents insisted they both see a psychologist to work out their relationship issues. more »»

Blue, White China Has Patriotic Appeal

July 6, 2014 Blue and white china is one of the most popular collectibles ever. If you add in a touch of red or an American flag, it’s a great collectible for the Fourth of July weekend. more »»

Carved Eagle Is Symbol of America

July 6, 2014 Flags, eagles, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, the Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam and other patriotic symbols are very popular with collectors. more »»

Kids Can Inherit High Cholesterol

July 3, 2014 While its well known that poor diet can lead to abnormal cholesterol levels, for many people, the problem is inherited. more »»

 
 

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