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Support Strong For New OI President

March 8, 2015 Wheeling’s biggest snowfall of the season didn’t deter the large crowd that turned out to congratulate and welcome Danielle Cross McCracken as the new president of Oglebay Institute. more »»

Fellowship Turns the Tables on Learning

March 6, 2015 The ground rules were clear. I would experience a life-changing event professionally, but I would have to leave my family and my school behind. more »»

Psyllium Allergy Rare But Possible

March 2, 2015 DEAR DR. ROACH: I would like to know if you have ever heard of a person being allergic to psyllium fiber? My doctor suggested I take Metamucil for constipation, as opposed to stool softeners. more »»

Jealous Over His Affection for Pets

March 2, 2015 DEAR ABBY: My fiance, “Bubba,” and I have a small disagreement that I would love your take on. more »»

Lady Gaga Astounds at Oscars

March 1, 2015 Much of the post-Oscar buzz featured praise for Lady Gaga’s tremendous vocal tribute to the 50th anniversary of the musical film, “The Sound of Music,” during the Academy Awards show. more »»

The ABCs Of Life

February 26, 2015 He was a star athlete, had played sports his whole life and was running into the locker room at halftime of his high school basketball game when the unthinkable happened. more »»

Getting Down To The Heart Of The Matter

February 25, 2015 During the month of February, we often think about hearts. We decorate with hearts, make desserts in the shape of hearts and celebrate a holiday that is all about the “heart. more »»

A Final Flurry Of Civil War Programs Set

February 22, 2015 As the five-year-long observance of the American Civil War sesquicentennial draws to a close this year, area history buffs can anticipate a final flurry of war-related programming. more »»

What’s There to Debate With Vaccinations?

February 20, 2015 Vaccines are one of the greatest public health success stories in history. Serious, sometimes fatal diseases, such as small pox and polio, have been nearly eradicated. more »»

Carcinoid Tumors May Be on the Rise

February 16, 2015 DEAR DR. ROACH: My father suffers from carcinoid syndrome, and I was wondering if it is hereditary. more »»

Dental Filling Replacement Fills Reader With Doubt

February 16, 2015 Dear Annie: Can you tell me whether this is a scam? Dentists are now telling seniors that their old fillings need to be replaced. more »»

Many Visit State Capitol

February 15, 2015 In addition to the usual cadre of lobbyists pushing agendas and people speaking at hearings, many average citizens are visiting the West Virginia Legislature during the 2015 regular session. more »»

Learning, Applying Knowledge Are Choices

February 13, 2015 We continually hear of school reforms and the need to improve test scores, graduation rates and teaching efficiency, as well as many other facets of our educational proces. more »»

Reasons To Vaccinate

February 12, 2015 George Santayana is attributed with stating, “Those who cannot remember history are condemned to repeat it. more »»

Tea Time Trivia

February 11, 2015 One of the historical presentations Jeanne Finstein and I present is “The History and Etiquette of Tea.” I thought you might enjoy some interesting facts. more »»

Can't Deal With Her Talking to Other MEn

February 11, 2015 Dear Annie: I have been married to my husband for 10 years. A couple of years ago, I started conversing via Facebook with “Kevin,” whom I have known since grade school. more »»

She Doesn't Let Sleeping Daughters Lie

February 10, 2015 Dear Annie: My fiance and I have been together for three years. “Justin” shares custody of his 13-year-old daughter, “Chrissie.” The problem is, Chrissie will not sleep in her own bed. more »»

Embrace the Wheeling Lovescape

February 8, 2015 Area residents have several ways to show their love for historic buildings and architecturally significant structures in Wheeling this month. more »»

The Evolution of the U.S. Diet and School Lunches

February 6, 2015 Try an experiment. Grab a box or a bag of any processed food. Turn it over to read the nutrition facts table in the label section. more »»

Wheeling Native Happy To Be a Loser

February 1, 2015 Folks don’t like to be labeled as losers unless it’s a description of fantastic weight loss. more »»

 
 
 

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