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Studio Blue Salon Opens in Woodsdale

April 10, 2014 They say the best ideas come in the shower. Danielle Gaus would have to agree. Gaus, owner/stylist at Studio Blue Hair Salon, considered 15 names for her business before settling on Studio Blue. more »»

WLU Cops to Train To Take on Gangs

April 10, 2014 West Liberty University Campus Police Department will be hosting in-service training for law enforcement at the West Liberty Highlands Center from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. more »»

Media Arts Fest Kicks Off Friday

April 10, 2014 Madfest will welcome more than 300 area high school students from 20 different schools to the campus of West Liberty University from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. more »»

Council Discusses Rental Property Legislation

April 10, 2014 Steubenville City Council took a significant step in a three-month-long process to enact rental property legislation and will ask the planning and zoning commission to review two revised ordinances... more »»

Young Writers Share Stories in Marshall County Contest

April 10, 2014 Based on personal experiences or born of pure imagination, the winners of the Marshall County Young Writers contest put their writing chops on display by reading their original short stories recentl... more »»

Defendant Staying With His Mother During Trial

April 10, 2014 After a morning consumed by the jury selection process, the child death trial of Edward Cole Jr., of Wheeling, got under way Wednesday before Ohio County Circuit Judge James Mazzone. more »»

Services Building Razed On Altenheim Property

April 10, 2014 Crews with Edgco Inc. more »»

Video Helps Theft Arrest

April 10, 2014 A video showing a Moundsville man rapping posted on a social media website is one of several clues that led to his arrest on burglary charges. David Allen Garrison, 20, of 22 Oak Ave. more »»

Public Can Visit State Pipe Trades Competition

April 10, 2014 Plumber and pipefitter apprentices will continue putting their skills to the test today on the final day of the annual West Virginia Pipe Trades Apprenticeship Contest. more »»

Lawyers Want Landowners To Join Utica Shale Group

April 10, 2014 Northern Panhandle landowners who did not lease their oil and natural gas rights could soon hear from one or more companies hoping to sign them to contracts for these minerals. more »»

WJU Hosts 15th Annual Research Day

April 9, 2014 The research is done, and the results are on display. Wheeling Jesuit University held its 15th annual Student Research and Scholarship Symposium on Tuesday. more »»

Plea in Wanton Endangerment

April 9, 2014 The wanton endangerment trial of Michael Knight ended Tuesday after one day of testimony led to Knight pleading guilty to one charge. more »»

School Calendar Approved: Break To Take Account for Hunting Days

April 9, 2014 Marshall County students and teachers will see two extra days off Thanksgiving break for the beginning of hunting season next year after the the Marshall County Board of Education unanimously voted... more »»

Safety Stand-Down Imposed After Fatal Accident

April 9, 2014 The company that owns a natural gas drilling site where a worker died Saturday is on a self-imposed safety stand-down until an investigation into the man’s death is complete. more »»

Draft Chapters of Updated Plan Need Increased Focus

April 9, 2014 The initial draft chapters of Wheeling’s updated comprehensive plan need a little more focus, members of a city steering committee decided Tuesday. more »»

Commissioners Talk On Pipeline Rupture

April 9, 2014 Marshall County Commissioners Don Mason and Bob Miller appreciate oil and natural gas economic development, but they know residents living near pipelines or wells may face challenges, such as the... more »»

Police Reports

April 9, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT At 8:37 a.m. Tuesday, officers responded to 1703 Center St. to a front door kicked in. MARSHALL COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT At 4:28 p.m. more »»

Meet the Candidates Night Monday

April 9, 2014 Candidates for McMechen City Council, McMechen mayor, the Marshall County Board of Education, the Marshall County Commission and the House of Delegates are invited to participate in the annual... more »»

WPHS Student Wins State Poetry Finals

April 9, 2014 Ask Austin Gage how it feels to win the West Virginia Poetry Out Loud finals, and he might be at a loss for words. more »»

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