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Month shines light on our similarities

March 21, 2015 March is Developmental Disabilities Month in Jefferson County. The theme this year is “Can Do, Like you. more »»

Early voting chance to make your choice

March 20, 2015 Every election is important, and should be seen as such by the voter. more »»

Oak Glen festival result of hard work

March 19, 2015 We congratulate Matt Cashdollar, Oak Glen Middle School guidance counselor and Culture Club adviser, for having the vision to bring eight national music acts as well as several regional and local... more »»

Festival of Nations brings area together

March 18, 2015 The Ohio Valley is one big melting pot of cultures and heritages, populated by men and women of many different backgrounds ranging from its original American Indian inhabitants, to the European... more »»

Home, garden show a sure sign of spring

March 17, 2015 Spring is right around the corner, which often brings about thoughts of various home improvement projects. more »»

Many play role in success of local bee

March 16, 2015 Academic competitions might not always attract the attention of athletic events, but they still can be exciting to watch. more »»

Hearing critical for Sammis Plant future

March 15, 2015 While Ohio has “de-regulated” its electric industry and is supposed to let market forces dictate the path of power, it still requires electric generators to issue period predictions of the future of... more »»

What we don’t know just might hurt us

March 14, 2015 Most Americans are not old enough to remember the ongoing, intense controversy over what happened to 18 1/2 minutes of tapes secretly recorded in then-President Richard Nixon’s office in 197. more »»

Society must work to keep children safe

March 13, 2015 Two children died and one is in serious condition since the end of January due to alleged cases of child abuse or neglect in Jefferson Count. more »»

Annual event helps in fight with cancer

March 12, 2015 Everyone is touched by cancer. Everybody knows somebody who has fought and sometimes lost the battle against cancer. more »»

Red Cross works to help others

March 11, 2015 There are many heroes in our small communities, and this month we honor those heroes who give of their time with the American Red Cross. more »»

Porter leaves long courthouse legacy

March 10, 2015 To say Linda Porter was devoted to her job as the clerk to the Jefferson County commissioners would be an understatement. Porter, who served for 42 years in the office, died on Feb. 28. more »»

Social workers make a difference

March 9, 2015 Social workers share their skills in the community every day, helping the less fortunate and those in need. more »»

Netanyahu offered facts during speech

March 8, 2015 Benjamin Netanyahu’s impassioned speech proved that other nations have foreign policy and aren’t afraid to state i. more »»

It’s time to check smoke detectors

March 7, 2015 Daylight-saving time returns at 2 a.m. Sunday, when we move our clocks ahead one hour. more »»

Manchin made right choice with his vote

March 6, 2015 U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin was right to join a few fellow Democrats in voting against President Barack Obama on the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, even though they were involved in a losing cause. more »»

Local United Ways need your support

March 5, 2015 The annual campaigns of the United Ways that serve our area are nearing their conclusions. more »»

Hotel plans good for city’s future

March 4, 2015 Word that a possible hotel development along state Route 7 in Steubenville is moving ahead is great news. RSV Inc. more »»

Let’s move forward with Keystone project

March 3, 2015 President Barack Obama can provide no scientifically based specific reason for vetoing a bill to allow construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline — but he has killed the measure anyway. more »»

Baseball games a sure sign of spring

March 2, 2015 Are you tired of the cold and snow? Have you had it with weather forecasts that call for overnight temperatures that dip below zero for days at a time? Have you resorted to cursing the groundhog and... more »»

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