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EASY TO MAKE — This vegetable soup is easy to make, combine two cans of chicken broth, 1/2 can water, a small can of white meat chicken chunks, a dash of pepper and dried parsley flakes, crushed garlic clove,  half a 16-ounce bag frozen soup mixed vegetables and 2/3 cup dried noodles, added after simmering the vegetables for 20 minutes. Cook for 10 more minutes and serve.
-- Esther McCoy

Enjoy a bowl for National Soup Month

Soup is consumed throughout the year, but during January it gets special status, as National Soup Month rolls around. During the year and mostly during these winter months there are more than 10 billions bowls of soup consumed, according to Heather DeSantis Public Relations. Soup has been ...

Community happenings

Four Seasons Senior Citizens should remit 2017 dues WEIRTON — Four Seasons Senior Citizens members are reminded they should remit their 2017 dues. Those who have not paid dues should send $10, the check payable to “Four Seasons,” to Carolyn Shaffer, 103 Murphy Ave., Weirton, WV ...

Janice Kiaski
DRAWING SATURDAY — Steubenville Saddle Club members Marlene Lamantia, left, and Robin Wedlake hold a framed work donated by local artist Denise Gordon as a fundraiser for the club, which will hold a drawing for it at Saturday’s annual awards banquet. Tickets remain available at the banquet for $1 each or six for $5 or by contacting Marty Ternasky at (740) 543-8277.
-- Janice Kiaski

Saddle club banquet to include special drawing

The Steubenville Saddle Club’s annual awards banquet Saturday will include a special drawing for a special piece, with tickets remaining available for it. The drawing is for a framed work done by Denise Gordon, a Richmond native who in recent years has combined two loves — horses and art ...

What’s going on throughout the area

West Liberty’s Horzempa is a Professor of the Year finalist CHARLESTON — Joseph Horzempa, a West Liberty University natural sciences and mathematics associate professor, is one of five finalists for the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia’s 2016 Professor of the Year award. ...

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Wellsburg Primary Reflections winners announced

The Wellsburg Primary School Parent-Teacher Association held the Reflections Contest with the theme “What’s Your Story?” Attending the awards presentation were, from left, Reflections Chair Sasha Hendrickson; Grace Neff, Visual Arts Intermediate third-place winner; Ella Lathom, Visual ...

What’s going on throughout the area

Knights of Columbus free throw competition on Jan. 28 STEUBENVILLE — The Knights of Columbus Council 472 free throw championship is open to boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14. Participants will compete in their respective age divisions, regional and state competitions. The ...

-- Janice Kiaski

Special guest

Faith Levine, center, district chair, Ohio, Kiwanis International Foundation, was welcomed as the guest speaker at the Jan. 10 business and luncheon meeting of the Steubenville Kiwanis Club, which was held at the YWCA of Steubenville. With her are Dr. Frank Petrola, January program chair, and ...

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Helping others

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Steubenville organized a collection of mittens, socks and blankets to benefit the Friendship Room at 419 Logan St. in Steubenville. Parishioners Barb Cameron and Joe Greer stand in front of the collection area, including the Christmas tree adorned with socks ...

ADOPT VETERAN — The Tri-State Marine Corps Club Auxiliary named Harold Elliott as the 2017 adopted veteran, and President Joan Spano gave him gifts on behalf of the auxiliary.
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Auxiliary chooses ‘adopted vet’

WEIRTON — The Tri-State Marine Corps Club Auxiliary met Jan. 9 with President Joan Spano presiding at the business session, leading in opening ceremonies. Chaplain Mary Ann Smith gave the invocation and read from Psalms. Marcy Spano led in prayers for various individuals. Vice President ...

Community calendar

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The community calendar is only as accurate as the information provided to it. Meeting changes and updates should be directed to Janice Kiaski, Herald-Star community editor, at jkiaski@heraldstaronline.com or (740) 283-4711, ext. 346.) Today Gamblers Anonymous and ...