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Interview Tips for Today's Job Seekers

July 13, 2011 I will never forget one of my first interviews. more »»

Dancing Her Way To D.C.

July 9, 2011 Valerie Flatley of Wheeling has been selected as the summer dance programming intern at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. more »»

Family Tradition Hits 50

July 3, 2011 Summer camp has a special meaning for members of an extended Wheeling family who have gotten together for a week every year for the past 50 years. Dr. more »»

Young Mortician Profiled

June 26, 2011 A young woman, whose parents grew up in the Northern Panhandle and whose paternal grandmother resides in Wheeling, is making news in North Carolina. Jennifer Skinto, 23, of Shelby, N.. more »»

Happy Birthday, W.Va.!

June 18, 2011 Happy birthday, West Virginia! West Virginia Day is officially Monday, June 20, but several organizations and communities in the Northern Panhandle have begun the celebration with a full weekend of... more »»

Wheeling Woman On NY’s Bryant Park Stage

June 12, 2011 Wheeling native Chelsey Keding, who’s making her mark as a singer and actress in the Big Apple, is participating in “Broadway in Bryant Park” in New York City this summer. more »»

A Mother's Request to Daughter's Future Teachers

June 6, 2011 This week Linda is attending her older daughter’s graduation ceremony for her master’s degree. Her school career has spanned 22 years and has taken her to five different countries. more »»

Composer Scores Another Coup

May 29, 2011 Wheeling native Charlie Wilmoth has scored another musical coup. more »»

Get Real About History

May 29, 2011 Apparently we West Virginians are having some trouble being civil about the Civil War. Some of the same divisions that resulted in the nation’s worst war — North vs. South and elitists vs. more »»

‘Summer Club’ Ready for Youths

May 29, 2011 Elizabeth Fager will assume her duties as program coordinator at Grand Vue Park on June . more »»

Near-Century Old Business Explores Move Out of St. C

May 29, 2011 A business that has flourished in St. Clairsville for almost a century may be moving out of the city just about the time the firm is celebrating its 95th year of doing business in the county seat. more »»

Library To Feature Area Artists

May 22, 2011 The Ohio County Public Library will soon be joining Wheeling’s mural initiative. more »»

Author Wins Two Awards In Contest

May 14, 2011 Congratulations are in store for Wheeling author Marc Harshman, who has won two awards in the 2010 Literal Latte Short Short Contest for fiction. more »»

Valley Celebrates Royal Wedding

May 7, 2011 Where were you in the wee morning hours of Friday, April 29? If you were like lots of Ohio Valley residents, you were among the billions of people worldwide who tuned in to watch the British royal... more »»

Take Me Out to The Library ...

April 24, 2011 An upcoming celebration at the Ohio County Public Library of the 40th anniversary of the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 1971 World Series championship has a special Wheeling connection. more »»

Too Much ‘Screen Time’ Has Negative Effect

April 22, 2011 When Linda’s children were young (they are in their 20s now), they did not watch much television. more »»

Buckles Honored Across Seas

April 17, 2011 Even though certain U.S. more »»

Novelist Has High Praise For Local Library

April 9, 2011 Novelist Jaimy Gordon, author of “Lord of Misrule,” a prize-winning work of fiction set near Wheeling, had high praise for the Ohio County Public Library, where she visited and spoke Monday, March 21. more »»

Wheeling Woman Named Music Educator Of the Year

April 3, 2011 Congratulations are in order for Wheeling resident Gladys Mitch, who has been selected as the West Virginia Vocal Association’s music educator of the year. more »»

Professors Publish Books

March 27, 2011 Academia and the writing life continue to be paired, as evidenced by the careers of two guest speakers — author and university teacher Jaimy Gordon and poet and professor Sam Hazo — who visited... more »»

 
 

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