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Police Reports

June 9, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Driving Revoked At 10:04 p.m. Monday, police arrested Calvin McFarland Jr., 21, for driving revoked, second offense. more »»

County Wants Local Workers to Get Gas Jobs

June 9, 2015 By JIM COCHRAN Staff Writer The Marshall County Commission Tuesday approved a resolution to support using local contractors and workers in the construction of pipelines, drilling, processing and... more »»

New Brooke Principal Named

June 9, 2015 The new head principal of Brooke High School is no stranger to the school, having graduated from it in 1985, while later serving as an assistant principal for five years. more »»

Concert to Benefit Cancer Research

June 9, 2015 Blues music and cancer research are two things that will go together June 27 at Sally Buffalo Park, when Hess Corp. presents the fifth annual Sean Carney’s Blues for a Cur. more »»

New Chief Judge Chosen For OV Rib & Chicken Cook-Off

June 8, 2015 The Ohio Valley Rib & Chicken Cook-Off has a new chief judge this year — Moundsville resident Chuck Loy. more »»

West Virginia Walkers Taking ‘Summer Steps’

June 8, 2015 West Virginia residents have the opportunity to lace up, get fit and even help improve walking options for their county this summer. more »»

Cat’s Paw Art Studio in Wheeling Aims to Encourage Young Artists

June 7, 2015 WHEELING — When local artist Amanda Carney stumbled upon a chance to broaden the horizons of her beloved city, she seized the moment. more »»

Patio Season Underway

June 7, 2015 WHEELING — Dining outside is a favorite summer pastime for Carol Drummond of Bridgeport, as the warmer weather allows for longer and more pleasant outdoor activities. more »»

Ohio County Schools Thanks Tutors

June 7, 2015 WHEELING — The volunteers who give their time to help Ohio County youngsters read received a special thank you recently. more »»

With Union Victory in Sight, Tensions Remain

June 7, 2015 During February 1865, it became clear to most war-weary Americans that Confederate defeat was all but certain. On the military fronts the North dominated everywhere. more »»

WLU Names Billings As Staff Member of the Year

June 7, 2015 WEST LIBERTY —West Liberty University students put their stamp of approval on campus activities by voting Coordinator Kate Billings its Staff of the Year for 2015. more »»

Ohio County Corrections Worker Faces Sex Charges

June 6, 2015 A former kitchen supervisor at the Ohio County Correctional Center is free under $20,000 bond after being accused of having sexual contact with an inmate. more »»

Ohio Valley Soap Box Derby Seeks Racers

June 6, 2015 The Ohio Valley Soap Box Derby has been in the works since December, but delays in soliciting car sponsors have set planning for the race back considerably. more »»

Family Pitches In For Customers To Feel ‘Forever Young’ in Wheeling

June 6, 2015 When Michelle Tolbert decided it was time to branch out on her own and open a hair and nail spa, her large, extended family did not hesitate to lend a hand in getting the doors ope. more »»

Abuse Case Proceeds in Moundsville

June 6, 2015 The case against a Cameron woman facing child abuse charges will go before a Marshall County grand jury this summer. more »»

Toni Zeakes Dancers to Perform at Capitol Theatre in Wheeling

June 6, 2015 Through both fire and floods, the Toni Zeakes Performing Arts Centre has endured for 60 years and grown into a large, successful dance studi. more »»

FFA Presents Wildlife Disease Issue to Area

June 6, 2015 Cameron High School students are working to educate the public about disease affecting West Virginia wildlife. more »»

Ohio Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Drug Charge in Wheeling

June 6, 2015 A Cleveland man pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court before Senior U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp to his part in a heroin trafficking case. more »»

Police Reports

June 6, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT DUI At 11:21 p.m. Thursday, police arrested Steven Burger, 19, for DUI after a single vehicle accident. Person On Ground At 8:01 p.. more »»

Four Arrested For School Vandalism in New Martinsville

June 5, 2015 School wasn’t quite out for summer Thursday at Magnolia High School, but students received an unexpected day off after four teenaged individuals ransacked the building, destroying everything from... more »»

 
 
 

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