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Lunch should be likeable for kids

May 30, 2014 While it’s laudable to care about the health of school children, it’s also, unfortunately, a little laughable when it’s the federal government trying to dictate daily lunch menus in schools. more »»

Residents know situation best

May 29, 2014 For many years discussions have been held about ways to better manage traffic through portions of New Cumberland. more »»

County airport on the threshold

May 28, 2014 Work progresses to complete an extension to make the Jefferson County Air Park’s runway a full 5,000 feet in length, a vital project that will put Jefferson County deeper into the shale energy boom... more »»

Foster parents make difference in lives

May 27, 2014 Being a parent is the hardest job most people will ever hav. more »»

Today’s a day for all to remember

May 26, 2014 We hope everyone will take a few moments to think about the meaning of what Americans are asked to remember toda. more »»

Make sure you, kids stay active

May 25, 2014 As summer approaches, with the psychological start coming with Memorial Day weekend, visions of outdoor activities fill most people’s heads. more »»

Spelling bee offers important lessons

May 24, 2014 Much has changed in the world since 1925, when Frank Neuhauser stepped forward and correctly spelled the word “gladiolus. more »»

Services allow us to mark Memorial Day

May 23, 2014 Memorial Day is about commemoration of sacrifice, the ultimate sacrifice soldiers, Marines, airmen, sailors and Coast Guardsmen and women have made while protecting the freedoms we enjoy as Americans. more »»

Something for all in fairs, festivals

May 22, 2014 The things that make a fair or a festival a success can be deceptively simple — no matter the theme, you can be sure the event will offer an enjoyable afternoon or evening spent among friends and... more »»

Fort concert series a rite of summer

May 21, 2014 This year’s installment of the summer concert series at the Louis and Sandra Berkman Amphitheater at Historic Fort Steuben begins Thursday. more »»

Weirton center comes alive on Friday nights

May 20, 2014 The air is warming up and local residents are looking for things to do in the community, especially activities to gather with families and friends. more »»

Sheriff’s department helps area youth

May 19, 2014 All too often, we take for granted the work performed by our local law enforcement officials. more »»

Green team must move carefully

May 18, 2014 Steubenville Mayor Domenick Mucci was right to point out the flaw — a big one — in a plan to levy a fee on garbage as a way to continue funding the necessary work of the JB Green Team, the solid... more »»

Extension offers valuable lessons

May 17, 2014 It would be difficult to place a number on the lives touched through the Cooperative Extension program since it began 100 years ag. more »»

Tuesday’s vote has brought changes

May 16, 2014 There will be a few new faces stepping up to the table of local government following Tuesday’s primary election in West Virginia. more »»

U.S. doing right thing about girls

May 15, 2014 The kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria is deplorable. more »»

Clock is ticking on budget issue

May 14, 2014 Budget deficits in this day and age happen to governments from big-spending Washington to cash-strapped struggling industrial communities. We get tha. more »»

Community garden good for downtown

May 13, 2014 Our community is growing in more ways than one, thanks to some dedicated volunteers. The visions of the Rev. more »»

Teens, alcohol just don’t mix

May 12, 2014 College and high school seniors in the next couple weeks will be preparing to enter another part of their life. more »»

Today’s a day to show respect, love

May 11, 2014 The bond between mother and child fulfills the most basic need of human nature: To be loved, believed and nurtured. more »»

 
 

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