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Close to a State Park

Updated: 10/07/2004 - A million-dollar project is about to get under way.

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Issues to Consider

Updated: 01/23/2007 - Getting a bond issue approved in Wood County schools is not an easy thing.

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Protecting Vaults

Updated: 10/06/2004 - How it could be prevented from happening again.

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Small Fire at Ames Plant

Updated: 10/05/2004 - There isn't much being said about a fire Tuesday morning at the Ames-True Temper plant.

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No Flood Effects

Updated: 10/01/2004 - The floods didn't keep people from getting their right to vote.

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Businessman Pleads Guilty

Updated: 10/02/2004 - Albert Joseph Webb pleaded guilty a variety of theft charges in Washington County court.

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Steam Explosion at Mount St. Helens

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Mount St. Helens released a thick plume of white steam Friday afternoon, more than a week after a flurry of earthquakes began in the region.

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Bush, Kerry Do Battle on Iraq in Debate

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Both men used well-rehearsed lines during their face-to-face encounter, but this was the first time each man had to listen to the criticism at close quarters.

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Calamity Days

Updated: 01/23/2007 - Will a flood affect students' vacation plans?

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The Doctor Is STILL In

Updated: 09/29/2004 - A medical service damaged by floods is in the midst of making a comeback.

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Un-"Fair" Flooding

Updated: 09/29/2004 - The Washington County Fairgrounds took a hit from the high water.

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Flood Frustration?

Updated: 09/28/2004 - The cleanup from the major flooding takes its toll in Marietta.

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FEMA in Town

Hallam, Nebraska

Updated: 09/25/2004 - One week after the flood of 2004, the Mid-Ohio Valley is trying to restore its original appearance. As the brown mud diminishes, the amount of green needed to clean it up grows and FEMA is now here to help.

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SJH: "Not a Financial Decision"

Updated: 09/24/2004 - Saint Joseph's hospital says physician availability is the reason for the closing of another one of its psychiatric units.

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Farmers Suffer From Flood

Updated: 09/23/2004 - We've told you about the people who have suffered losses from this past weekend's devastating floods, but not all of them are in cities or suffered structural damages.

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Field of Nightmares

Updated: 09/23/2004 - Don Drumm Field in Marietta is among the venues cleaning up after this year's high water.

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Post-Flood Bacteria Safety

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Houses and businesses weren't the only things overtaken by the flood waters.

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Floodwall Facts

Updated: 09/21/2004 - How much of Parkersburg's floodwall has actually been utilized over the years?

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Flooding in Perspective

Updated: 09/21/2004 - It was the biggest in decades, but was this past weekend's flooding the worst ever?

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Flood Help

Updated: 09/21/2004 - If you were hit hard by flooding, we've put together some information on places to get help.

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When Will the Mail Go Through?

Updated: 09/20/2004 - Though it may not be delivered until at least Tuesday, Belpre's Post Office is being used to process mail for Marietta and other nearby communities.

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Grand Jury Indictments

Updated: 09/17/2004 - An accused murderer and accused arsonists are indicted.

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