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Getting in the holiday spirit

December 28, 2013 December is so busy that I spend the bulk of it wishing the holidays were over so I can rest. That, and complaining. Bah humbug. more »»

Guest column/Central government is attacking senior citizens

December 28, 2013 As 5 million Americans reach age 65 each year and join millions of others in the final season of their lives, most expect to enjoy their long-promised and eagerly anticipated golden years. more »»

It's more than just gifts, decorations

December 22, 2013 Christmas is only a few short days away, and many of us will spend those days tiring ourselves out, rushing around and trying to finish up the last of our shopping, baking, wrapping and planning for... more »»

From the Pulpit: The tapestry of emotions at Christmas

December 22, 2013 By the time you will have read this, here are a couple of things that have happened. A woman talks to me about how we need to get back to celebrating the reason for the season. more »»

Community spirit shines

December 22, 2013 Dec. 7 was a busy day in our region on a couple of different levels. For starters, there were several Christmas parades that day, including Steubenville’s Sights and Sounds of Christmas Parade. more »»

A Merry Christmas newsroom party

December 22, 2013 Santa and Mrs. Claus visited the newsroom on Wednesday for our annual Christmas festivities. more »»

Of Ruritans, sweaters, water woes

December 22, 2013 Poinsettias, Christmas carols and messages from two Ohio district Ruritan dignitaries were on the agenda for the Jefferson Ruritan Club when a Christmas dinner was held at the Hill Top Presbyterian... more »»

Another Christmas crisis averted

December 21, 2013 When my brother, Davey Crockett, moved to Kentucky, our mother was concerned about the state of his Christmas tree — to wit, she believed him incapable of decorating a tree or even purchasing... more »»

An ornament to remember

December 21, 2013 When my brother, Davey Crockett, moved to Kentucky, our mother was concerned about the state of his Christmas tree — to wit, she believed him incapable of decorating a tree or even purchasing... more »»

It is stories like this that worry me

December 15, 2013 Do you think the fake interpreter at Nelson Mandella’s memorial service would have been better off had he simply said he crashed the event? We’ve probably all heard about the man by now. more »»

From the Pulpit: Be careful where you look for answers

December 15, 2013 The advent (good word for the season) of the internet has brought massive changes to the world – it has literally changed how we do just about everything. more »»

‘I love you’ checkpoints along the way

December 15, 2013 “Are you sure you love me?” Better Half asked, semi-engrossed in his “Cinder-fella” duties at the kitchen sink. more »»

There’s nothing like a parade

December 15, 2013 I love a parade. more »»

All it needed was a little love

December 14, 2013 The kids dragged the Christmas tree out of the crawl space and were assembling it, being allowed to do so for the first time this year. more »»

Christmas tree always beautiful

December 14, 2013 The kids dragged the Christmas tree out of the crawl space and were assembling it, being allowed to do so for the first time this year. more »»

Discipline tough to muster in December

December 8, 2013 Discipline is tough to muster in December, especially when it comes to the holidays and all the food it generates. It’s in excess this month, don’t ya’ know. No doubt about tha. more »»

Crawley touched many lives

December 8, 2013 I was among the many members of the community who were saddened when we heard of the death of Rex Crawley. The 1982 graduate of Steubenville High School died Nov. 23. more »»

Guest column/Our central government’s reaching critical mass

December 8, 2013 After years of enrichment, our central government is very close to achieving critical power mass and triggering the equivalent of an irreversible nuclear reaction that will permanently lower the... more »»

Good deeds, projects applauded

December 8, 2013 Doing good deeds and required projects doesn’t need to be rewarded. It is a reward in itself to know something beneficial was done. But it is also good to be recognized at times. more »»

Yams make holiday complete

December 7, 2013 The holiday season is like the first big drop in a rollercoaster — the slow, inexorable build-up and sense of anticipation, followed by that moment when you’re balanced at the tippy-top and you... more »»

 
 

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