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Separating Church And State

October 14, 2012 Occasionally the pastor of your church may preach on the Ten Commandments. “Thou shalt not steal,” he may remind you. more »»

Narrows Project Includes New Lighting

October 14, 2012 For the past week motorists have been traveling the “new” roadway through The Narrows, which means that I can put my Narrows file in the inactive status. more »»

ODOT Seeking to Give Up Operation of I-70 Tourist Center

October 14, 2012 Belmont County tourism officials will be presented with a proposal for taking over ownership and staffing of the Travelers Information Center on I-70 west of St. more »»

Series Premiere Planned

October 7, 2012 “Men Who Built America,” a television series that was filmed partially in the Ohio Valley, is set to premiere on the History Channel at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16. more »»

Extended Families Teach Children Life Lessons

October 4, 2012 Aunt Betty died. I know you do not know my Aunt Betty, but I am confident that each of you had (or have) an Aunt Betty in your lif. more »»

Choir ‘Sings Out’ Bishop

September 30, 2012 The parish choir of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Wheeling had the privilege of participating in a special service honoring its former rector in Pittsburgh Sunday, Sept. 23. more »»

What A Week!

September 23, 2012 Wow! What a week it’s been! The crowning event of another busy week was the opportunity to attend Sir Elton John’s fabulous concert before a packed house at WesBanco Arena in Wheeling Tuesday night,... more »»

Extended Families Teach Children Life Lessons

September 21, 2012 Aunt Betty died. I know you do not know my Aunt Betty, but I am confident that each of you had (or have) an Aunt Betty in your life. more »»

Artist To Show In Pittsburgh

September 15, 2012 Northern Panhandle artist Sharon Lyn Stackpole will present a special show, “Uncharted Territories,” at the Shaw Galleries, located at 805 Liberty Ave. in downtown Pittsburgh, later this week. more »»

Tales Of The (Red) Tape

September 9, 2012 Articles have been written in our newspaper about the new requirements that went into effect this year for West Virginia driver’s licenses, but we continue to hear horror stories about the... more »»

Library, Institute Collaborate

September 2, 2012 Following a successful collaboration between the Ohio County Public Library’s Lunch With Books program and Oglebay Institute’s Towngate Theatre for a pub reading of the play, “The Quiet Man,” this... more »»

Coretta ‘Well Treated’ At Oglebay

August 26, 2012 When Walter Rybeck returned to Wheeling last week to talk about economics and taxation, he also shared a story that illustrated discrimination and, ultimately, redemption in his hometown. more »»

Wheeling Actor Performs In NYC

August 19, 2012 Actor Brian Linden, who hails from Wheeling, performed in a new play, “Pride River Crossing,” at the All Out Arts Fresh Fruit Festival in New York City earlier this summe. more »»

Each Day Offers Another Chance to Start Fresh

August 17, 2012 Like many teachers, six of us took advantage of the summer months to participate in a conference last week. more »»

Playwright Finds Success In NYC

August 11, 2012 Congratulations are extended to Wheeling playwright Jeremy F. Richter whose new musical, “Wh@ If?” had a successful limited run Off-Off Broadway this summer. more »»

Maine Community Builds More Than Boats

August 10, 2012 As we do every summer, my family is spending some vacation time on the mid-coast of Maine in a tiny lobstering village. The coastline is stunning here. more »»

Library Celebrates ‘The Quiet Man’

August 5, 2012 To mark the 60th anniversary of the release of the 1952 film, “The Quiet Man,” two special events are planned at the Ohio County Public Library in Wheeling this month. more »»

Pittsburgh Bishop Sports Pirates Cap

July 22, 2012 The Rev. Dorsey W.M. McConnell, bishop-elect of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, clearly understands the sporting loyalties of his new diocese. more »»

Wellsburg Native Contributes To Publication

July 14, 2012 Morgantown resident Dr. Marguerite Bostonia, who is originally from Wellsburg, is a contributing author to the first scholarly publication about the music of Arvo Part, an Estonian classical composer. more »»

A ‘What Are We Going to Do Today?’ Summer

July 6, 2012 EDITOR’S NOTE: Elizabeth Hofreuter-Landini authored this column. Summer has arrived with her long, warm days full of infinite possibilities. more »»

 
 

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