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Park Plans

Updated: 08/22/2003 - The city of Parkersburg tentatively has been awarded $3 million in state development funds for a proposed Riverfront Park, but is it a good idea?

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WVU Writing Assessment Tests

Updated: 08/21/2003 - West Virginia University could soon become the first public institution in the state to require applicants to submit writing results from the SAT and ACT entrance exams.

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Bankruptcy on the Rise in WV

Updated: 08/21/2003 - Bankruptcy is on the rise in West Virginia. Bankruptcy filings soared to a record 6,326 in southern West Virginia last fiscal year, while the number of debtors seeking protection from creditors jumped nearly 17- percent in northern counties.

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New Year, New County

Updated: 01/23/2007 - He's headed schools in Marion and Pocahontas Counties, and now Thomas Long is bringing his expertise to Pleasants County Schools.

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Friendlier Skies?

Air Travel

Updated: 08/20/2003 - Airport board members hear from a top airline official.

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Homecoming Aftermath

Updated: 08/18/2003 - Despite some setbacks, organizers are calling the Parkersburg Homecoming Festival a success.

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Homecoming Under Way

Updated: 08/15/2003 - Even the muggy weather isn't keeping thousands of people and their chairs from lining up for this year's entertainment.

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Missed by THAT Much!

Lights Out

Updated: 08/15/2003 - The largest blackout in American history didn't affect the Mid-Ohio Valley, but are we immune from future power outages?

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Updated: 08/06/2003 - Woman's family files $18 million lawsuit against dead husband's estate.

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Wirt County Fund

Updated: 08/05/2003 - Wirt County would benefit from a fund established in the name of it's most famous resident.

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Easy Money?

Updated: 07/30/2003 - Three men face charges, after their capture in New Martinsville.

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Bread Recall

Updated: 07/30/2003 - Flowers Foods recalls bread products.

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Culp Murder Search Over

Murder Investigation

Updated: 07/28/2003 - Police believe they've found the body of the missing husband in Missiouri.

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Overweight Kids

Updated: 07/24/2003 - Children go through a lot of changes as they get older, but it's only been in recent years there's been concern about their waistlines expanding.

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No Easy Way to Certify Older Drivers

Posted: 07/18/2003 - It's not easy to know when to take the car keys away from grandpa. But as the number of older drivers rises, states are taking a closer look at ways to make sure they're not dangerous to themselves or others.

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Missing Man Search

Updated: 07/16/2003 - A trip to a Parkersburg Hospital six weeks ago is the last time a Parkersburg man was seen.

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Greenspan Says Fed Could Cut Rates Again

Updated: 07/15/2003 - The Federal Reserve stands ready to reduce interest rates even further if necessary to boost the sluggish economy and guard against a destabilizing fall in prices, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday.

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Teens Take on Crime

Updated: 07/01/2003 - Area teens take on crime, and nab a suspected criminal.

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Kid Hit by Car

Updated: 07/01/2003 - An 11-year-old boy is undergoing hospital care tonight after being struck by a car in Parkersburg.

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Hospital Truce

Updated: 07/01/2003 - Wood County commissioners said Monday they'll stay out of the ambulance arena for the time being.

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Fed Cuts Key Rate by a Quarter Point

Updated: 06/25/2003 - The Federal Reserve cut a key short-term interest rate Wednesday by one-quarter percentage point to its lowest level in 45 years.

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GM Recalls About 254,000 Saturn Cars

Updated: 06/24/2003 - General Motors Corp. is recalling about 254,000 model year 2000-03 Saturn L-Series cars to correct an engine problem that has led to fires.

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Foam Chunk Likely Caused Columbia Crash

Updated: 06/24/2003 - A suitcase sized chunk of foam that smashed into Columbia's left wing and damaged a critical heat shield is "the most probable cause" of the Columbia space shuttle disaster, an investigation panel said Tuesday.

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Wholesale Prices Dip 0.3 Percent in May

Updated: 08/14/2006 - Wholesale prices dipped by 0.3 percent in May, on the heels of a record drop registered the month before, underscoring Federal Reserve concerns about the possibility of the country facing an economically dangerous price decline.

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Bingo Indictment

Updated: 06/13/2003 - Two indictments from the thefts of Bingo "rip" Tickets.

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