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Escapees Caught

Posted: 10/04/2002 - Three men, one of them a convicted killer awaiting sentencing on a stabbing death in Wyoming County were caught in the mid-Ohio valley.

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Steel Support

Updated: 10/03/2002 - The man who wants to unseat Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito spoke to steelworkers Thursday in Jackson County.

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Economics or Politics?

Updated: 10/03/2002 - While the Meigs County Sheriff's department gets a reprieve, residents are still concerned about a reduction in force.

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Still Carving

Updated: 10/03/2002 - Imagine making someone smile just by doing what you love. That's what life's been like for Parkersburg resident Dewey Anderson.

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Big Man on Campus

Updated: 10/02/2002 - Ohio's Democratic candidate for governor travelled to Ohio University Wednesday.

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Bluetongue Illness

Updated: 10/01/2002 - The area's deer population is being hit by an illness which often strikes at this time of the year.

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Deer Vs. Cars

Updated: 10/01/2002 - This time of the year, drivers have to look out for more than just "the other guy."

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High-Speed Internet

Updated: 10/01/2002 - Another telecommunications giant is getting into the high-speed Internet business.

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The Match Game

Updated: 09/30/2002 - DNA might lead to breaks in a number of unsolved Washington County murder investigations.

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Megis County Celebrates

Updated: 09/30/2002 - A bell was ringing loud and proud in Meigs County Sunday!

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Fort Boreman Approved!

Posted: 09/30/2002 - Last week, Gov. Wise was in Parkersburg to honor the tourism industry in the Mountain State. Now, we have one more reason to celebrate!

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Fading Isidore Dumps Rain

Updated: 09/27/2002 - The remnants of Tropical Storm Isidore swept through with heavy rain Friday after leaving thousands of people without power in swamped communities across the south.

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Ronda Manley Remembered

Posted: 09/26/2002 - Ten years ago Marietta detective Charlie Cauldwell promised Rebecca Antill that the murder of her 18-year-old sister would not go unsolved.

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Sandford Death: Accidental

Updated: 09/25/2002 - There was no foul play involved in the death last spring of Robert Sandford, originally indicted in the Robert Anderson child pornography case.

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West Nile Vaccine

West Nile Virus

Updated: 09/25/2002 - Blood test research is said to be promising on developing a West Nile virus vaccine.

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Continued Until Winter

Updated: 09/24/2002 - A convicted Parkersburg resident's West Virginia trial won't happen until at least February.

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Best Colleges

Updated: 01/23/2007 - West Virginia University at Parkersburg has been ranked number one in the nation.

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Dog Deadline

Updated: 09/24/2002 - If you're a dog owner, an important deadline is approaching.

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Census: U.S. Poverty Up, Income Down

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The U.S. poverty rate rose for the first time in eight years and household income fell last year, a double dose of bad economic news that coincided with the first recession in a decade.

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The Next Phase

Iraq

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The War on Terror is "a marathon, not a sprint," according to Brigadier General Richard Rand.

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Pomp and Circumstance

Updated: 01/23/2007 - The Marietta Board of Education is making changes in its commencement activities, but students worry those changes will take the fun out of their big night.

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