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Read His Lips

Updated: 09/19/2002 - During a visit to the area Wednesday, the governor talked about West Virginia's budget shortfall, and he says taxes are only one of several solutions.

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Groundbreaking

Updated: 09/18/2002 - It's hoped a new welcome center will boost tourism in Wood County.

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Economic Jolt

Updated: 09/18/2002 - While the U.S. economy still sputters, a 300 megawatt energy plant is a shot in the arm for the area.

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Iraq Action Sought Before U.N. Vote

Updated: 09/18/2002 - The Bush administration pressed Congress to take the lead in authorizing force against Iraq Wednesday after the U.S. campaign for a tough new U.N. resolution was undercut by Saddam Hussein's offer on inspections.

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New President

Updated: 09/17/2002 - The new school year has brought some big changes to Washington State Community College, including a new president for the first time in 17 years.

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Beef Recall

Updated: 09/17/2002 - Company recalls tainted beef.

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County Road 8 Closed

Updated: 09/16/2002 - If you take County Road 8 to get to work, you will need give your self a little extra time in the morning.

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Still Spraying

Updated: 09/13/2002 - Belpre was one of the first area communities this summer to report the discovery of West Nile virus in deceased birds.

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Smoking Gun

Updated: 09/13/2002 - The smoking ban in Belpre is still a possibility.

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Ravenswood Body

Updated: 09/12/2002 - The investigation continues into the recent discovery of a body in the Ohio River.

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The Buzz About West Nile

Updated: 09/12/2002 - With the cases increasing this summer, local health departments want a stronger role of preventing outbreaks of the disease.

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Parkersburg 9-11 Remembrances

America Remembers

Posted: 09/11/2002 - From breakfast to past dinner, Parkersburg remembered the events of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Thrown for a Curve?

Updated: 09/10/2002 - Since a re-constructed section of Route 50 re-opened to traffic large last month, at least three accidents have happened there, including one early Tuesday morning.

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GM Recall

Updated: 09/10/2002 - General Motors has announced a recall of 280,000 Cadillac Devilles.

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Policing Doctors

Updated: 09/10/2002 - The West Virginia Board of Medicine is beefing up standards.

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Whatever Floats Their Boat

Updated: 09/09/2002 - Wood County's 911 center is taking steps to improve its river rescue efforts.

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The Spiritual Side

Updated: 09/09/2002 - After the events of Sept. 11, people turned to to religion for answers, but did churches maintain their attendance numbers?

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Charity Auction

Updated: 09/09/2002 - Artsbridge is gearing up for its fourth annual charity auction, and this year anything with arms, legs, or wheels can be a part of it.

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WVU-P High Enrollment

Updated: 01/23/2007 - If you thought it looked like the halls of West Virginia University at Parkersburg are busier than ever, you'd be right.

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Back to School

Updated: 01/23/2007 - The big day has finally come for students at Frontier-local schools.

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Still Burning

Updated: 09/09/2002 - A fire on Friday at a horse barn, burned in the same area again Saturday and Sunday.

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Ritchie Water Woes

Updated: 09/06/2002 - Efforts are under way to bring more water to some parts of Ritchie County.

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Fire Destroys Horse Barn

Updated: 09/06/2002 - The barn stored horses for a national champion equestrian team.

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Plant Tour

Updated: 09/05/2002 - Governor Bob Taft toured a Marietta manufacturing plant.

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Take Me to the Other Side

Updated: 09/05/2002 - Thousands are expected to take in the 27th annual Ohio River Sternwheel Festival in Marietta, but some will visit festivities across the river in Williamstown.

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