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Tindall’s work was critical for the Apollo mission

EDITOR’S NOTE: Don Lee is taking a break from his column this week. The following is a piece that originally was published on July 24, ... Read more

3 hours ago by Guest Columnist.

Jehovah’s Witnesses to hold global event

Breaking a century-old tradition in the name of health and safety, the largest convention organization in the world has moved its annual in-person event to ... Read more

9 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Mark McCown: Attorney can be noble, but can’t be nobility

Dear Lawyer Mark: I’ve got a question for you that deals with lawyers, but not really the law. I’m sending you this letter my cousin ... Read more

9 hours ago by Guest Columnist.

Car buying hurt by the dying art of haggling

Car buyers are getting crushed by the rapid increase in the cost of new and used cars, but my dad’s old-school negotiating techniques might offer ... Read more

1 day ago by Guest Columnist.

Don Lee: Learning to fly was not easy at the dawn of aviation age

EDITOR’S NOTE: Don Lee is taking a break from his column this week. The following is a piece that originally was published on Oct. 10, ... Read more

1 day ago by Guest Columnist.

Do you love or dread family portraits?

My family took the easy way out – again. We had our annual chance at a professional portrait and decided to let (insist) son Gideon ... Read more

2 days ago by Guest Columnist.

Man wants dental bill paid after sucker punch to the head

Dear Lawyer Mark: Recently, I took my son home 30 minutes late to his mom’s house from visitation. When I pulled into the driveway, my ... Read more

4 days ago by Guest Columnist.

ARTS AND CULTURE: Huntington Symphony Orchestra names executive director, CEO

HSO celebrates 13 years of service from outdoing executive director Hogan Haas HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Huntington Symphony Orchestra (HSO) Board of Directors unanimously voted ... Read more

4 days ago by Staff Reports.

FOOD: Making tacos, making friends

Murphy takes passion on the road with ‘Taco and Friends’ food truck While his main job is in construction, Aaron Murphy of Ironton, always wanted ... Read more

4 days ago by Mark Shaffer.

Doug Johnson: Taking a walk through the miracles that is the Bible

Suppose there was a man who had lived on the earth for 1,900 years, that this man had often been thrown into the sea and ... Read more

6 days ago by Guest Columnist.

ARTS AND CULTURE: Cynthia Sayer

CYNTHIA SAYER, the internationally celebrated banjoist, will lead her trio in Cynthia Sayer: Hot Banjo at Paramount Arts Center on Saturday, July 24 at 8 ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Mark McCown: There is a warranty deed to meet your need

Dear Lawyer Mark: We are trying to sell our house, and I have been reading through the paperwork our realtor gave us. One of the ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Taking a vacation in space is not going to be cheap

EDITOR’S NOTE: Don Lee is taking a break from his column this week. The following is a piece that originally was published on Dec. 29, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

ARTS AND CULTURE: Cream of the Crop 2021

Southern Ohio Museum in Portsmouth celebrated their grand reopening and the opening of the Cream of the Crop on Friday. The exhibit, featuring submitted works ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Doug Johnson: Sometimes the Good Samaritan needs help too

Many people have heard the story that Jesus told of “The Good Samaritan.” Author Stephen James has written a sequel to that story, and it ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

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