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Unemployment Options

Posted: 07/22/2009 - As the unemployment rate continues to rise, more people are searching for ways to survive financially.

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Weather Impacting Pool Business

Posted: 07/22/2009 - This summer's cloudy skies and cooler temperatures have less people spending their days at the pool.

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Ohio Approves Use Of New Voting Machine

Posted: 07/22/2009 - Ohio's Election Chief says Ohio can use a new version of a voting machine that scans paper ballots filled out by voters.

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Ohio Officer's Murder Conviction Upheld

Posted: 07/22/2009 - A state appeals court has upheld an Ohio police officer's conviction in the deaths of his pregnant girlfriend and their unborn daughter.

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Setting a Tourist Town Example

Updated: 07/21/2009 - A group from the Republic of Uzbekistan was in Marietta Tuesday, working with the Convention and Visitors' Bureau.

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Expanding the River Trail

Updated: 07/22/2009 - The second out of the three phases of the River Trail Project is set to begin next week.

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Oktoberfest Back On In Ohio Capital City

Posted: 07/21/2009 - A more than 40-year tradition will continue in Ohio's largest city now that a German restaurant has agreed to take over the Columbus Oktoberfest.

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2 Premier Ohio Higher Education Programs Cut

Posted: 07/21/2009 - A tuition freeze at public universities and a program to put Ohio college students to work at local businesses have fallen prey to budget cuts.

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4 Injured After Train Derails At WVa Coal Site

Posted: 07/21/2009 - A Norfolk Southern spokesman says four people were hurt today after a train derailed and struck a loading facility at a Mingo County coal preparation plant.

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Byrd Returns To Senate

Posted: 07/21/2009 - Robert Byrd, the longest serving senator in history, has returned to the chamber after being absent for weeks due to illness.

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WVa Conference To Focus On Special Needs Students

Posted: 07/20/2009 - More than 315 educators who work with special needs students are planning to come to Charleston for a five-day conference on improving the learning experience for those children.

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FEMA Says Disaster Aid To Wva Tops $11.5M

Posted: 07/20/2009 - The Federal Emergency Management Agency says West Virginia has received more than $26 million in relief from severe storms, flooding and landslides in May.

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