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Music surrounds, infiltrates and emanates from everything. That's the lesson retiring band director Marshall Kimball, 69, of Marietta, hopes the generation.
eSports comes to Marietta High School | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
After two eye-opening presentations to the Marietta City Schools board of education, sophomore Isaac Warner got what he asked for. With a budget of just over.
Marietta High School partners with OU for health course | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Ten high school seniors in Marietta are preparing for both a state certification they can use after graduation and for a teaching opportunity with their peers i.
'The Little Mermaid' performed by Marietta Choir Department this weekend | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
This weekend, the Marietta Choir Department will present the musical, “The Little Mermaid,” in the Marietta High School auditorium. At 7 p.m. on Friday and ...
Marietta police reports | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Reports/Marietta • Marietta High School administration reported March 19 that two male students were in a fight at the end of the school day on March 8. Inf.
Marietta BOE hears retirement | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The Marietta City Schools Board of Education was notified by Superintendent Will Hampton that the district athletics director, Richard Guimond, will retire afte.
Marietta City Schools bus routes | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Marietta City Schools Bus 1 Driver: Sharon Deems A.M. High School/Middle School run: 6:35 472/478 Muskingum Drive; 6:40 814 Masonic Park Road; Masonic ...
Marietta High graduation | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The program for the Marietta High School Class of 2018 graduation listed 213 names, and the front of the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center was a pool of orange ...
Marietta police/sheriff's reports | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Reports/Marietta • Marietta High School reported on Jan. 29 that juvenile students were found to be using marijuana. An investigation is ongoing. • Duri.
Marietta High must forfeit 2017 wins MDJOnline.com
Marietta High's football team must forfeit all eight of its wins during the 2017 season for having two ineligible players on the team.
Around town | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The date and time of the regular January meeting of the Fort Frye Local Schools Board of Education has been changed to 5 p.m. Thursday at Beverly-Center ...
The new school year begins for Marietta, others | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
By Michael Kelly The Marietta Times firstname.lastname@example.org On Wednesday morning the portals of education opened wide in Marietta, marking the end of ...
Ohio Lieutenant Governor discusses job training in Marietta WTAP-TV
Ohio Lt. Gov. John Husted says there are job opportunities for high school as well as college graduates, as he spoke with local business owners and educators ...
Marietta YMCA pool permanently closes | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The Marietta Family YMCA announced Wednesday that its pool is closed indefinitely.
Coach and retired teacher honored | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
With more than four decades of coaching under his belt, Marietta native Gerald Cooke has seen his share of wins. But recently, Cooke won something a little diff.
Marietta appeals as investigation into ineligible football players continues MDJOnline.com
Marietta City Schools is appealing the Georgia High School Association decision that stripped the Blue Devils of their eight wins from the 2017 football season, ...
Marietta store offers prom consignment | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Two weeks ago, Threadz, at 179 Front St., began selling new and used prom and homecoming dresses on consignment. Darla Kemp, owner of the store, said ...
Teacher files suit to disengage from union | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
A teacher with Marietta City Schools has filed a lawsuit against the Marietta Education Association – the teachers' union – and the board of education.
Marietta man will join state library board | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
He's currently an administrator at one of Ohio's oldest libraries in Steubenville. On March 21, Marietta native Alan Hall will also be sworn in as the newes.
Students prep for regional spelling bee Friday | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Words are in the air around Marietta. Across the region, about 60 students are spending extra hours building up vocabulary muscle, studying word structures, ori.
Jade Thompson: Marietta teacher tells her union ¡No más! The Columbus Dispatch
As a public-school teacher who has been teaching Spanish to high school students in Marietta for 15 years now, I cannot imagine a more rewarding job.
Frontier Local Schools Honor Roll | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Frontier High and Middle School Principal Beth Brown announces 150 students receiving academic recognition during the first nine week grading periods, ...
Intergenerational partnership: Marietta High volleyball team partners with Brookdale Marietta | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
After Wednesday's visit to the Brookdale Senior Living Center, the Marietta High volleyball team can add several of the residents at the Browns Road home to its.
Regional spelling bee crowns new winner | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
It started with reckless, but the evening was orderly. The Marietta Times 38th Regional Spelling Bee Friday night in the auditorium of Marietta High School saw.
Marietta High School Homecoming under way this week | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Marietta High School celebrates Spirit Week September 25-September 29, with activities scheduled all week. Spirit Days include Band Shirt Day, in honor of ...
Marietta/sheriff's reports | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Reports/Marietta • Walmart, 804 Pike St., reported a shoplifter on Sept. 19. Paulette E. Bailey, of 30656 State Route 7, Lot D, was arrested for theft.
Marietta rides to cruise control win over Vincent Warren Richland Source
Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Marietta broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 22-7 explosion on Vincent Warren during this ...
Marietta High School honor roll | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Marietta High School honor roll for the second nine-week grading period: Principal's list, 4.0 Grade 9: Emily Bichard, Adam Coil, Piper Halliday, Mohamed.
Success in the arts | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
NEW MATAMORAS – Arts and entertainment have a reputation for being a risky career choice, but students at Frontier High and Middle School experienced a ...
Hometown Holiday celebration at Peoples Bank Theatre | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
From staff reports The Peoples Bank Theatre will present a pair of holiday-themed events through the second half of December. Peoples Bank Theatre will pres.
Potential change to graduation requirements could see rates plummet | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
A potential change to state graduation requirements for the class of seniors who just started high school has created a state of high anxiety for school adminis.
Community Calendar | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
3rd Annual Trunk or Treat Halloween Community Event, sponsored by Warren Elementary PTA/Little Hocking PTO/Warren Middle School Academic Boosters, ...
Judge celebrated before retirement | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Washington County Common Pleas Court Judge Randall Burnworth's commitment to the people of Washington County was celebrated by more than 50 friends, ...
Vocal Point ready for debut | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
By Janelle Patterson The Marietta Times email@example.com After an invigorating camp week in July and weekly rehearsals in the choral room at M.
Bertram to play at Marietta College WTAP-TV
Marietta High School senior Matthew Bertram will play is college football at Marietta College.
25th: Ron and Suzan Warner | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Ron and Suzan Warner of Lowell are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on June 26. The couple were married June 26, 1993 at St. Stephen's Church in ...
Birth announcements | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Stengel Courtney and Chad Stengel of Lowell announce the birth of their daughter, Cambri Faye Stengel. She was born at 2:33 p.m. on Feb. 5 at Marietta ...
Saying goodbye to notable community members | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The Mid-Ohio Valley said farewell to local leaders, performers, educators, veterans and community supporters in 2018. ***. Dale V. Eaton, 86, of Parkersburg ...
Q&A: 'Our Town' shirts help nonprofits | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The designs of Abby Ketelsen not only feature her hometown of Marietta, but now can be seen being worn all around Marietta. Ketelsen, 24, worked with her ...
Coats for Kids campaign is collecting | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
An annual project to provide warm outerwear for children and families in need is ready to go into operation. Coats for Kids will offer free coats, hats, glove.
90th birthday celebration | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Betty June Huck of Marietta is celebrating her 90th birthday on Thursday, Aug. 9. The family is requesting a card shower to celebrate this milestone. She mar.
MHS senior likes to help others | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Alex Bauerbach is headed for a life of serving others. The Marietta High School senior has been active in Scouts and 4-H for a decade or more, helps others ...
Top stories: Year of hope for Times reporter | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
At the close of 2018, many are looking to what they are thankful for, grew from and experienced. As a community journalist, 2018 in southeast Ohio was far fro.
Teen of the Week: Teen's interests diversified | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Grace Arnold was chosen by the administration at Marietta High School to represent the student body at a meeting with U.S. Sen. Rob Portman in April at ...
AROUND TOWN: Endowment to help Marietta teachers further education MDJOnline.com
FORMER CONGRESSMEN Buddy Darden and Phil Gingrey are spearheading an effort with the Marietta Schools Foundation to build an endowment that will be ...
Local parents, teachers, prepare for new school year | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Less than two weeks out from that first school bell of the year, parents and teachers have different ways of getting prepped for yet another season of learning.
Playground update: What's ahead for Northwest Territory project | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
With eyes on a May groundbreaking, fundraising and grant writing continue for the Northwest Territory Playground renovations. “We've had several checks pr.
Marietta schools officials explain possible changes | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The administration of Marietta City Schools got its first chance Thursday night to harvest a broad community response to a proposal to remake the elementary.
Former booster treasurer gets 17 months | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The former Washington County Board of Elections director will spend the next 17 months behind bars. Tara Hupp, 55, of 5250 State Route 26, Marietta, was ...
Marietta City Schools Board of Education hears rebuilding plan Parkersburg News
MARIETTA — Marietta City Schools Board of Education members got a briefing Thursday from a construction firm and an architect about the district's tentative.
Marietta College Oratorio Chorus prepares 'Messiah' | News, Sports, Jobs Parkersburg News
MARIETTA — The Marietta College Oratorio Chorus, composed of residents, is rehearsing Monday evenings in preparation for the annual performance in ...
Tiger vaulter Baylee Brown commits to Marietta College | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Baylee Brown, Marietta High's school record-holder in the girls' pole vault at 11-feet, 5-1/2 inches, is planning to compete at the next level. At a commit.
Marietta looks to snap losing skid, plays PHS at 7 pm Friday | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Perhaps the third time will be the charm for Marietta High School head football coach Jason Schob. After starting off 2-0, the Tigers have dropped consecutive.
Jail for drug sale to teen | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The Marietta man who sold marijuana to a minor last year said in court Friday that the child was corrupting him, not the other way around.
Summer break arrives; it's the start of good times | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The last day of school was celebrated in Marietta schools on Thursday, keeping the tradition of light duty as the summer beckoned. At Washington Elementary.
2018 prom: Lots of planning goes into theme for a magical prom night | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The high school years are often filled with milestones but none perhaps more memorable than prom. Over the years, themes have changed to reflect the times, ...
Festival first-timers | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Even in its 43rd year, the Ohio River Sternwheel Festival still welcomed some newcomers to the annual riverfront event as it kicked off on Friday. The Ohio.
Love by the basketful: Ladies of Turner Chapel deliver over 2 tons of goods to locals in need MDJOnline.com
Women at Turner Chapel AME Church took care packages to a new level by turning boxes of necessities into works of art Saturday.
Classroom pets | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
With scales, fur, extra legs or no legs at all, there are some unique beings in classrooms across Washington County.
Congrats 2017 graduates! | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
A graduating class of 228 received diplomas during Sunday's Marietta High School 165th Commencement at the Marietta College Dyson-Baudo Recreation ...
Single-person businesses the trend in Washington County | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Even as the population and the total number of businesses in Washington County has declined over the past decade, one element in business has gradually ...
Teacher in sex case freed | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
A former Marietta High School teacher convicted of sexual battery is now free after judicial release was granted in Washington County Common Pleas Court ...
Fighting drugs: Kids need help | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Jodi Switalski stalked the floor of the Marietta High School auditorium, speaking in turns with passion, sadness, humor and not a little anger. The caverno.
No classes but lots of activity at local schools | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
With buildings vacant for the summer, school districts in Washington County are doing painting, flooring and other repairs and maintenance in preparation for th.
Exchange students mingle in local schools | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Friday held an element of the exotic at Marietta High School as a group of foreign exchange students studying in some of the region's schools for the year.
Washington County Career Center honor roll | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Washington County Career Center names students to its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2018-2019 school year. PRINCIPAL LIST (GPA 4.0): Lydia ...
Marietta schools look ahead to building | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
A levy for school construction may be back before Marietta City Schools district residents in the next couple of years, with district officials taking the fi.
MHS Class of 1977 reunion | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The Marietta High School Class of 1977 recently held its 40th class reunion on June 16 and 17, 2017. Both evenings festivities were held at the Quality Inn on P.
Color guard director at MHS quits after accusation of soliciting sex | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
An employee of Marietta City Schools has resigned after being accused of sexual misconduct with a former student. Jeremy Grosklos, 39, who directed the colo.
Academic success: MHS high achieving seniors recognized | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
It was a night for honoring achievement and a night for sentiment. At the annual Marietta High School Academic Excellence Awards ceremony and dinner, ...
Marietta's Scharff to golf at Ohio Valley | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Caleb Scharff was a key member of one of the most talented classes ever to compete in golf at Marietta High School. Scharff is hoping that success continues a.
Sternwheel Festival crowds navigate rain | News, Sports, Jobs Parkersburg News
MARIETTA — There may have been clouds in the sky and rain on the ground, but the second day of the Ohio River Sternwheel Festival's 43rd year was still a.
Kids learn Safetytown rules daily | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Marietta's Safetytown kicked off this week with rules of crossing the street then introductions to police, ambulances and stranger danger. Today 4-, 5-,
Sisters Health Foundation Awards Grants | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Parkersburg — 25 nonprofit organizations in the Mid-Ohio Valley received grant funding from the Sisters Health Foundation in support of its vision of “healt.
Working some fireworks magic | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
This September will mark the 12th year that Dennis Blauser will enjoy the fireworks at the Ohio River Sternwheel Festival as the man behind the show. Blauser.
Student describes her year studying in China | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
By Nora Torbett NSLI-Y exchange student in China. Over a year ago, as I was making college decisions and graduating from Marietta High School, I received.
Veterans march | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Attendees of the Veterans Day Parade in Marietta, weren't looking for candy when they lined Putnam Street Monday.
Marietta Middle School honor roll | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Marietta Middle School students named to the honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2017-2018 school year: Honor roll, 3.0 to 3.699 Sixth grade: Amash,
New Main Street director named | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
A Marietta native will soon be planning First Fridays, overseeing the Farmers Market on Front Street and working with volunteers and businesses on downtown ...
Marietta schools' students' art displayed | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Students, parents, teachers and visitors filled the lower concourse, gym and auditorium at Marietta High School on Thursday night to take in the annual Marie.
Bazinga: Quick lead pushes Marietta past Byesville Meadowbrook Ashland Source
Marietta took control early and methodically pulled away to beat Byesville Meadowbrook 6-2 in an Ohio high school softball matchup.
A summer full of (camp) fun! | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Organized summer activities for children ranging from a few days to the full summer and from arts and science to sports are on the calendar for the Marietta are.
Peoples Bank supports scholarship fund at WSCC | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Peoples Bank recently donated $12000 to the Washington State Community College Foundation in support of scholarships. “Peoples Bank is proud to be a ...
Historical markers get makeovers | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
About 40 historical markers around Marietta are a bit brighter these days, as a Rotary Club of Marietta project recently wrapped up. Rotararians, led by membe.
Cambridge denies Marietta's challenge | Baseball Ashland Source
Marietta got no credit and no consideration from Cambridge, which slammed the door 5-1 in an Ohio high school baseball matchup.
Eagle Scout sees need for fountains | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Think of a hot summer day, strolling in downtown Marietta, or running on the trail. What's missing? According to Marietta High School junior Jack Wesel, it'
60th birthday open house | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
There will be a 60th Birthday Open House for Betsy Lang on Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Churchtown K of C Hall. Send cards to: 1643 Pottmeyer Rd, ...
Washington County Fair to begin Friday | News, Sports, Jobs Parkersburg News
MARIETTA — The 2018 Washington County Fair will feature five days of food, fun, activities, rides and other attractions at the Washington County Fairground.
Strike up the bands | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Sweet music will once again fill the air above Don Drumm Stadium on Saturday as the 56th annual Band-O-Rama kicks off at 10 a.m. The Ohio Music Education ...
City paving about to start; curb projects underway | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
With 2018 curb ramp upgrades and paving underway in Marietta, City Engineer Joe Tucker is already looking ahead to future years.
Reports/Washington County | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Reports/Washington County • A deputy, along with the Little Hocking and Dunham volunteer fire departments, responded to 2836 Sealy Ridge Road, ...
Next Civil War Round Table meeting planned for Jan. 17 | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
The next regular meeting of the Civil War Round Table of the Mid-Ohio Valley will begin at 7 p.m. on Jan. 17 at St. Luke's Episcopal Church Parish Hall on 230.
Flooding causing havoc with athletics | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Harmar Cemetery at Wood Street on the west side of the Muskingum River has become a temporary resting place for some of the shells from the Marietta High ...
MHS students shadow government officials | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Marietta High School juniors and seniors studying government this school year were treated to real-world experience Friday. “Here's a chance to shadow.
Betty Hadler scholarship awarded | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Laurie Strahler, owner and operator of McDonald's of Marietta, recently established the Betty Hadler Memorial Scholarship at Washington State Community ...
Longtime MHS baseball coach reflects on career, looks to future | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Jim Thrash was a spectator at Monday night's Marietta Post 64-St. Clairsville Post 159 district baseball game at Don Coss Field in Cambridge. With several Ti.
Ohio considering changes for teen drivers | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Experience gained by putting miles on the road leads to better drivers. This philosophy is the basis for Ohio House Bill 293. The bill, originally co-sponsor.
Halloween Fun | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
With smiles in abundance and plenty of Halloween creativity being showcased, this year's annual Halloween festivities were held in the Junior Fair Building at.
Close Encounter: Marietta nips Coshocton | Softball Ashland Source
Mighty close, mighty fine, Marietta wore a victory shine after clipping Coshocton 3-2 on April 10 in Ohio softball action.
Lindamood called off: Marietta High's annual regatta canceled, unlikely to be made up | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Joe Tewkesbury was hoping that the Muskingum River would be more of a race than an obstacle course for Saturday's annual Lindamood Regatta at the ...
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