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September 2016 Jan Dils' Golden Apple Winner

With the 2016-2017 school year well underway, it's time to start handing out Jan Dils' Golden Apple awards.


CLEVELAND (AP) - A grand jury has indicted a man on aggravated vehicular homicide and DUI charges in the death of an Ohio state trooper who was struck and killed on a Cleveland interstate.




Building Wayne National Forest horse trails.


Belpre City Council members discuss legalized marijuana


Two men accused of robbing Parkersburg bank in custody


Man hoping for state record with giant pumpkin


Marietta College Democrats host debate party


Ambulance rolls over in Rayon Drive accident


Bones found on 12th street may or may not be human


Clowning around can land jokers behind bars


What to look for in the Presidential Debate


94-year-old woman still selling Avon


MOV Health Department Executive Director stepping down


Update: Appraisal planned for former federal building in Parkersburg


UPDATE: Boil water advisory lifted


9 wounded in shooting at Houston strip mall; suspect killed by police


Daybreak: Marietta College Night


Daybreak: Celebrating the Farm


Daybreak: Throwdown for the Pound


Local church has special guests talk about drugs


28th Annual Volcano Days Antique Engine Show and Festival is held


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