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Potential Client Driven Away by Rude Employee

July 15, 2015 Dear Annie: The real estate agent who sold me my home nine years ago periodically phones my house, asking whether I plan on selling, and offering his assistance. more »»

How to Deal With Alleged Illegitimacy

July 14, 2015 Dear Annie: My husband has been dead for years. He was strong, handsome and successful, but not faithful. Women shamelessly threw themselves at him and he took advantag. more »»

Salt Lake City Sparkles For Guests

July 12, 2015 While serving as a deputy to The Episcopal Church’s 78th General Convention this summer, I had the opportunity to spend nearly two weeks in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah. more »»

Find Ways To Manage Stress

July 9, 2015 Are you feeling it? The stress of everyday life — starting school, finishing school, starting a job, running a household, paying bills, taking care of families? All of these responsibilities take a... more »»

Celebrate America Every Day

July 5, 2015 What better way to mark Independence Day than to turn to collectors of Americana. more »»

Wheeling Dancer Steps Into Spotlight

July 5, 2015 For the second summer in a row, Anna Turani of Wheeling is going to have an exciting and intensive experience in dance instruction. more »»

Bad Grammar Leads To Unhappy Work

July 5, 2015 Dear Annie: After living and working for 35 years in a large city, my husband and I were able to return to our hometown to help care for our elderly parents. more »»

College Corner

July 5, 2015 Rachel Walters Adams received a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine on May 2. more »»

Barnesville Native Presents Bear Program

July 5, 2015 Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library will welcome Barnesville native Trish Kirk to present two programs to children at 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday, July 9. more »»

Vincent, Stone Creek Station Play Thursday

July 5, 2015 The Showcase Summer Concerts series continues Thursday, July 9 with Hank Vincent & Stone Creek Station. more »»

Special Activities

July 5, 2015 History Alive Karen Vuranch will be at the Moundsville-Marshall County Public Library, 700 Fifth St., Moundsville, at 6 p.m. Monday, July 6, with a History Alive! performance as Julia Child. more »»

Upper Body DVT Less Common

July 3, 2015 DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 55-year-old male. more »»

Having Post-breakup Second Thoughts

July 3, 2015 Dear Annie: I recently broke up with my boyfriend of two years. I had been having doubts for a few months and one night he took me out for a surprise picnic. more »»

Summer Drinks and Exercise Equivalents

July 2, 2015 Here are several drinks to help quench your summer thirst and fill your belly. more »»

Overtures Affect Family Harmony

July 2, 2015 Dear Annie: I am gay. Two years ago, my partner of 34 years told me that my brother-in-law had touched her breasts inappropriately. I didn’t believe her and we had a huge fight over it. more »»

Sons Should Work to Bridge Divide

June 30, 2015 Dear Annie: I have two sons, both married with children, living in two different states. For several years, my older son “John” has refused to talk to his brother, “Teddy. more »»

Concert Celebrates Collaboration

June 28, 2015 With the Wheeling Arts Fest and the concurrent celebration of West Virginia Day in the books for another year, area residents are turning their attention to Fourth of July festivities. more »»

Personality Development Starts Young, Continues Through Life

June 26, 2015 Erik Erikson, a well-known psychologist, proposed a theory that became one of the most popular in personality development. He believed that personality develops in a series of stages throughout lif. more »»

Society Welcomes Vagabond

June 21, 2015 The Vagabond Chef, Matt Welsch of Wheeling, had the honor of participating in the West Virginia State Society’s annual statehood celebration on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. more »»

Thanking Teen Hospital Volunteers

June 18, 2015 They begin their journey as young pups, eyes wide, often with that look of a deer caught in headlights. more »»

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