To Your Health-Eye Exam Apps

YOU'VE LOST YOUR GLASSES OR CONTACTS AGAIN, AND YOU DON'T HAVE TIME TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH AN EYE DOCTOR. WELL, THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT. BUT ARE MOBILE AND ONLINE EXAMS TRULY AS GOOD AS GOING TO THE OPHTHALMOLOGIST?

Forecast for March 29th, 2017

Forecast for March 29th, 2017

To Your Health-Music That Heals-3/28/17

MEMBERS OF THE "BEY-HIVE" HAVE SAID FOR YEARS THAT BEYONCE'S MUSIC HAS THE POWER TO HEAL. IT TURNS OUT THAT SOME OF HER TUNES, ALONG WITH A FEW OTHER TOE-TAPPERS, MIGHT ACTUALLY BE ABLE TO SAVE LIVES.

WTAP News at 5-Interview: SPHS Building 100th Aniv-3/28/17

Parkersburg High School Principal Kenny DeMoss was among a group representing the school in Charleston today as the West Virginia State Senate passed Senate Resolution 58 recognizing the 100th anniversary of the school's main building. Sen. Donna Boley, R-Pleasants, introduced the group during remarks on the Senate floor. Those in attendance included former Principal Bill Niday, former Principal Pam Goots, Sue Steinbeck of the PHS Foundation, former athletic director Jim Hamrick, teacher Chandra DeBarr, school counselor Maggie Ohneck, Bob Marshall of the PHS Foundation and art teacher Kenneth Gilbert. Sen. Mike Azinger of Wood County also spoke about the school and the community.

Tallman signs with Marietta College

Tallman signs with Marietta College

 

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