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The Show Will Go On

Updated: 08/13/2004 - Some good news about next weekend's Parkersburg homecoming festival.

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Keeping the Games Safe

Updated: 08/13/2004 - The Summer Olympics begin Friday, but can they go off without a major attack?

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Ken Hechler: Author

Updated: 08/12/2004 - He's trying to return to office, and on a book tour.

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DuPont Fights Back

Updated: 08/12/2004 - The case involving a chemical DuPont Washington Works uses to make Teflon may also be heading to the federal court system.

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Identifying WMDs

Updated: 08/11/2004 - A seminar in Marietta brought together emergency responders with one mission: finding and recognizing WMDs.

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New Arts Director

Updated: 08/10/2004 - A new director means a new beginning for the Parkersburg Arts Center as it hires a local woman to run the operation.

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Can't Flee the Fees

Updated: 08/10/2004 - If you live in a Parkersburg apartment complex, get ready to pay more for various city fees.

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Mason County Drug Raid

Updated: 08/09/2004 - Mason County deputies make an arrest after a lengthy drug investigation.

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Cracking Down on "Deadbeats"

Updated: 08/09/2004 - They make up a minority of those divorced parents who have to pay child support. Nonetheless, West Virginia and Ohio in recent years have been "getting tough" with those who aren't living up to their responsibilities.

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Signaling a Change

Updated: 08/06/2004 - Belpre motorists will soon have three stops between Farson and Main Streets.

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Blood Feud

Updated: 08/06/2004 - It's the 'eyes versus the 'eers, and all for a good cause.

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Unemployed Whistleblower

Updated: 08/06/2004 - Paula Lathem recently filed a lawsuit against Wood County. Now she's out of a county job.

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Jackson Returns

Updated: 08/06/2004 - A 102-year-old statue makes a triumphant return this weekend.

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Stolen Goods Ring Halted

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Police say thousands of dollars in stolen items have been recovered, as city and county law enforcement officers crack a theft ring.

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Magistrate Clerk Fired

The Courts

Updated: 08/04/2004 - A 12-year employee of the Wood County Magistrate Court is now without a job.

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Heading South

Updated: 08/04/2004 - Another portion of the largest area highway project in years is about to be completed. Within a month, Corridor D will be connected to Parkersburg's southside.

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Going Up... Again?

Updated: 08/04/2004 - Parts of West Virginia are facing as much as 40 percent higher natural gas rates this winter if a number of proposed rate hikes are approved in the coming months.

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Tired With Trucks

Updated: 07/31/2004 - It isn't a major highway, but a Belpre Road has the same kind of traffic. Residents there say they've had enough and want the problem fixed.

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Expansion Project Under Way

Updated: 07/29/2004 - It's been nearly five years in the making, but the first shovel-full of dirt has been turned for a major expansion of Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital.

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All Eyes on Boston?

Updated: 07/27/2004 - It's day two of the Democratic National Convention, with speeches scheduled from Teresa Heinz-Kerry and Senator Ted Kennedy, but will anyone be watching?

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