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Bed & Breakfasts

December 27, 2015 Tired of cooking for picky eaters? Annoying relatives got you down? Christmas songs making your ears bleed? Well, put down the spiked egg nog and look to one of the area’s many bed & breakfasts. more »»

Student Lounge Improvements Add to West Liberty Experience

December 25, 2015 This semester, West Liberty University students had more choices of attractive spaces for studying and socializing, thanks to recent improvements made in student lounges. more »»


December 20, 2015 It’s the end of an era on Windermere Drive. After more than three decades, St. more »»

Taylors: Like Father, Like Son

December 20, 2015 The ornament doesn’t fall far from the tree. B.E. Taylor’s son, B.C., first appeared on the Capitol Theatre stage at age 11 during his father’s first Christmas concer. more »»

Well-Worn Tree Still Sparkles

December 20, 2015 Everything old sparkles like new as the holiday season brings out the best in vintage Christmas collectibles. One of my favorites is my antique feather Christmas tree. more »»

Camps Break Up The Holiday Break

December 14, 2015 It’s almost time for school to be out for the holidays. more »»

Stifel Gives Art Students A Cutting Edge

December 13, 2015 Artist Rick Morgan said he was in college before he learned how to cut a mat properly in order to display his artwork in a professional manner. more »»

Standiford Marks 90th

December 13, 2015 Violet Gautschi Standiford of Fork Ridge, Marshall County, will celebrate her 90th birthday on Tuesday, Dec. 15. She was born in Martins Ferry on Dec. more »»

Special Activities

December 13, 2015 Christmas Carolfest A Christmas Carolfest will be held at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 1410 Chapline St., Wheeling, at 3 p.m. today, Dec. 13. The musical event is free and open to the publi. more »»

Emeritus Board Members Named

December 13, 2015 A meeting of youth-oriented minds took place on Tuesday in Wheeling during the inaugural session of the new Youth Services System emeritus board. more »»

Dollhouses: Treasures In Miniature

December 13, 2015 Collectors, just as much as children, enjoy the small replicas of furniture or household goods that go along with the dollhouse hobb. more »»

Heart and Soles

December 13, 2015 Volunteers were measuring the stocking feet of those who waited their turn to get a new pair of heavy-duty work boots or shoes bearing the Red Wing logo at the Urban Mission Ministries on Wednesd. more »»

Old-Fashioned Wedding

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My ‘Bird Cage’ Feeding Station

December 13, 2015 Over the last 30 years, deer and raccoons have cost me a small fortune. Though I never intentionally feed these backyard visitors, they’re difficult to discourage. more »»

Kids Can Hunt Candy Canes in Woods

December 13, 2015 Oglebay Institute’s Schrader Environmental Education Center at Oglebay is hosting Merry and Bright Candy Cane Hunts for area families to enjoy from 5-6 p.m. Saturday. more »»

Outdoor Shot of the Week

December 13, 2015 This entry is the latest Sunday News-Register’s “Shot of the Week,” where a different outdoor shot submitted by a reader is featured both in the newspaper and on our CU photo gallery website, cu. more »»

Gamble Celebrates 96th

December 6, 2015 Evelyn Jean Gamble of Pleasant Valley will turn 96 years old today, Dec. 6. She was born Dec. 6, 1919, daughter of the late Lonnie and Mabel Francis. She was married to the late Raymond Gamble. more »»

Special Activities

December 6, 2015 Newcomers Club The Wheeling Newcomers Club will hold a luncheon at Belmont Hills Country Club in St. Clairsville Thursday, Dec. 10. The event will start at 10:30 a.m. with a gift exchang. more »»

It’s a Jolly Season For Collectors

December 4, 2015 Christmas fans are some of the most enthusiastic collectors in the world. These antique lovers seek old trimmings, Santas and just about any ho-ho-ho decoration you can imagine. more »»

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