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Rob Maharry

01/17/2018 - 10:14am
Twelve years in, Pat Grassley still gets that old time feeling when he enters the chambers of the statehouse for the opening of a new legislative session, and throughout this go round, he’ll have no shortage of work to do. “I tell everybody that it’s kind of like going back to school. Everybody’s got their new suit on and a new haircut,” the state representative from...
01/09/2018 - 5:01pm
Wrestling isn’t the easiest or most glamorous sport in the world, and in recent years, smaller schools have been struggling to attract the numbers to even put together a full team. But there are signs of hope, perhaps nowhere more encouraging than right here in Aplington and Parkersburg: the Dirty Bird Wrestling Club is having its best year...
01/02/2018 - 4:06pm
If anyone is qualified to teach a class on overcoming adversity and leading the way through it as a local government official, it’s Perry Bernard. The third term mayor of Parkersburg took over his post in 2010, less than two years after an EF-5 tornado ravaged the community and left six people dead and just six months after the tragic murder...
12/19/2017 - 5:34pm
Some of the members of the Aplington- Parkersburg Robotics Club love building, some love video games, some love coding and some were just looking for a new activity to participate in. But they all love robots, and they’re turning that passion into results at a host of area competitions against other schools. “I liked Legos as a kid and...
12/12/2017 - 5:39pm
When the True Value store in downtown Parkersburg shut down at the end of June, the community feared that it might not be replaced. Enter local native John Luhring and former True Value employee Brenda Meester, and Parkersburg Hardware was born. Less than a year later, it’s already up and running at its Highway 57 location in the same...
12/12/2017 - 5:37pm
She’s a Minnesota girl with a North Dakota education who nearly became a pastor, but Katie LaBree is thrilled to be sitting at her desk in the Parkersburg City Hall on a brisk December morning. About four weeks ago, she began work as the new economic development director, and she recently spoke to the Eclipse News-Review about her background...
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