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Marietta In The News

Spring 2012

Meet a Scientist
(Marietta Times– May 11, 2012)

Educators explore iPad usage
(News and Sentinel – March 09, 2012)

Study tags 65,000 jobs, $4.9B boost to Ohio shale
(CBS News – February 29, 2012)

Marcellus & Utica shale boom: MC professor versed on all sides of the issue
(The Marietta Times – February 28, 2012)

Going green on MC campus
(The Marietta Times – February 8, 2012)

Campus police duties’ grow
(The Marietta Times – January 27, 2012)

Wild Things player hits home run with sports academy
(Observer Reporter – January 23, 2012)

Students sample the large shelf of California literature
(LA Times – January 1, 2012)

Fall 2011

Wesleyan educator becoming Ohio college president
(The Marietta Times – December 19, 2011)

Where are they now?
(The Marietta Times – November 19, 2011)

Professor talks climate change
(News and Sentinel – November 19, 2011)

First ever MC “Opposite Prom” Friday
(The Marietta Times – November 16, 2011)

Esbenshade Series kicks off Nov. 2
(News and Sentinel – October 30, 2011)

Marietta College Students Make A Difference
(WTAP – October 22, 2011)

Civil War Letters For All To Read
(WTAP – October 18, 2011)

Natural gas drillers' first wells hit the jackpot
(Times Reporter – September 29, 2011)

Marietta College Business Professor Happens Into Being An Author
(WOUB – September 26, 2011)

Futures market for students
(The Marietta Times – September 20, 2011)

College night good for students, parents
(The Marietta Times – September 15, 2011)

MC campus a WWII military training site
(The Marietta Times – September 14, 2011)

How to approach the subject of 9-11 to kids
(The Marietta Times – September 8, 2011)

Grant for wind turbine at MC
(The Marietta Times – September 8, 2011)

Summer 2011

Marietta College receives $25,000 grant from Dominion Resources
(WLTP – August 30, 2011)

Marietta College To Feature OU Professor's Photography
(WOUB – August 26, 2011)

What impact will rating have?
(News and Sentinel – August 21, 2011)

Made in Marietta: Success story
(The Marietta Times – August 18, 2011)

Asia watches warily as China launches its first aircraft carrier
(The Zanesville Times Recorder – August 17, 2011)

Stock market plunge just a blip
(The Marietta Times – August 9, 2011)

Petroleum engineers: Big Oil wants you
(CNN Money – July 20, 2011)

Stadium renovations on schedule
(The Marietta Times – July 16, 2011)

Man's death leaves a void for college, community
(The Marietta Times – July 9, 2011)

Spring 2011

Marietta College holds graduation ceremony
(News and Sentinel – May 9, 2011)

Art project spans generations
(News and Sentinel – May 8, 2011)

Marietta College grads can help with drilling boom
(WOUB – May 4, 2011)

College teachers discuss death
(News and Sentinel – May 3, 2011)

Art project spans generations
(The Marietta Times – April 28, 2011)

Visiting college
(The Marietta Times – April 27, 2011)

Utica Shale deposits hold potential for oil, gas, jobs
(Bucyrus Telegraph Forum – April 17, 2011)

Leadership conference dedicated to popular Marietta professor
(The Marietta Times – April 8, 2011)

Interns get valuable experience
(The Marietta Times – April 6, 2011)

Autism expert at MC
(The Marietta Times – April 5, 2011)

Students skip meals to understand homeless
(News and Sentinel – March 26, 2011)

Chinese officials visit Marietta
(News and Sentinel – March 15, 2011)

March Midnights
(The Tufts Daily – March 5, 2011)

Perspectives: Trip to Nicaragua an eyeopener for student
(The Marietta Times – March 5, 2011)

Marietta College makes improvements, additions
(News and Sentinel – March 4, 2011)

The Benchwarmer: 1975 was great but 2011 can be greater for Pioneers
(The Marietta Times – February 19, 2011)

Marietta College President Announces Plans to Retire
(WTAP – February 18, 2011)

Marietta College president to retire in 2012
(News and Sentinel – February 18, 2011)

Expert speaks on health care in Marietta
(News and Sentinel – February 18, 2011)

Don Drumm upgrades $3M project due to be finished this summer
(Marietta Times – February 9, 2011)

A remembrance: Bill Thompson Jr.
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette – February 6, 2011)

Marietta College’s Black History Month programs will encourage understanding
(Marietta Times – February 2, 2011)

Marietta College plans Black History Month events
(News and Sentinel – February 1, 2011)

Student teachers learn from Woodland Hills
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – January 26, 2011)

Founders Day speaker to offer expert advice on national health care debate
(Marietta Times – January 18, 2011)

Speaker praises college for diversity
(News and Sentinel – January 18, 2011)

King’s ’67 visit a lasting memory
(Marietta Times – January 17, 2011)

Diversity of people come out to Ethnic Food Fair at Zanes State College
(Zanesville Times Recorder – January 15, 2011)

College to welcome speaker for holiday
(Marietta Times – January 15, 2011)

MC grad who helped in Haiti sets solid example
(Marietta Times – January 14, 2011)

MC grad helps Haiti’s children
(Marietta Times – January 13, 2011)

Inciting violence? Political rhetoric examined
(Marietta Times – January 11, 2011)

$4 a gallon level a real possibility this summer
(Marietta Times – January 4, 2011)

Fall 2010

MC to build $24M residence hall
(Times Union – December 22, 2010)

Marietta College plans $24M dormitory
(News and Sentinel – December 22, 2010)

MC to build $24M residence hall
(Marietta Times – December 22, 2010)

Territorial disputes are signs of a new cold war in East Asia
(Lancaster Eagle Gazzette – November 25, 2010)

West M grad completes nuclear physics internship
(Zanesville Times Recorder – November 25, 2010)

Volunteers deck hospital halls
(Marietta Times – November 20, 2010)

Space explorer shares at MC
(Marietta Times – November 16, 2010)

Stadium project stirs memories
(Marietta Times – October 30, 2010)

Pastor incorporates Hall of Fame black belt training in empowering ministry
(Charleston Daily Mail – October 27, 2010)

Marietta program trains future petroleum engineers
(Marietta Times – October 16, 2010)

Microloan Project can be an asset to businesses in the Valley
(Marietta Times – September 30, 2010)

First local Microloan Project request is approved
(Marietta Times – September 29, 2010)

High school seniors can learn about colleges
(Marietta Times – September 9, 2010)

Work begins on Don Drumm
(Marietta Times – September 7, 2010)

Revs' new workhorse not an ordinary pitcher
(York Dispatch – September 7, 2010)

Summer 2010

Preparing Future Teachers for Future Technology
(WTAP – August 31, 2010)

College classes begin Monday
(Parkbersburg News and Sentinel – August 21, 2010)

Should BP change its name after bad press
(Marietta Times – August 5, 2010)

Marietta College offers new major
(Parkbersburg News and Sentinel – August 1, 2010)

Oil spill: 100 days
(Marietta Times – July 29, 2010)

New Major For MC Students: College upgrades sports management program
(Marietta Times – July 28, 2010)

Health clinic seeing more patients
(Marietta Times – July 26, 2010)

Oil spill uncertainties prevalent in Gulf, elsewhere
(The Lantern – July 18, 2010)

West Virginia Governor Picks Ex-General Counsel to Succeed Byrd
(New York Times – July 16, 2010)

Manchin to name Carte Goodwin to fill Byrd's Senate seat
(CNN – July 16, 2010)

Joe Manchin picks Carte Goodwin to replace Byrd
(The Washington Post – July 16, 2010)

Manchin names Goodwin to fill Byrd's seat
(West Virginia Gazette – July 16, 2010)

Don Drumm project
(Marietta Times – July 6, 2010)

Back in Time
(Marietta Times – July 1, 2010)

Teachers learn new twists; Ideas at summer academy designed to inspire inventive paths to learning
(Marietta Times – June 25, 2010)

Anderson Hancock Planetarium
(WOUB – June 14, 2010)

State capitalism vs. free market: The game is not finished yet
(Zanesville Times Recorder – June 2, 2010)

Marietta College Commemorates 150 Years of ΦBK
(Phi Beta Kappa Society – June, 2010)

 

Spring 2010

Ending filibuster good for both parties
(The Columbus Dispatch – May 22, 2010)

Free riders take advantage of America's extraordinary military spending
(Zanesville Times Recorder – May 19, 2010)

Cambridge resident becomes secretary of Marietta College's Student Senate
(The Daily Jeffersonian – May 16, 2010)

Marietta College Graduation
(WTAP – May 10, 2010)

More than 300 graduate from Marietta College Sunday
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – May 10, 2010)

MC holds graduation: More than 300 students awarded degrees Sunday
(Marietta Times – May 10, 2010)

Pressure Beijing to sever Pyongyang's nuclear lifeline
(Zanesville Times Recorder – April 20, 2010)

John G. McCoy, Innovator in Banking, Dies at 97
(The New York Times – April 5, 2010)

New START is a new start in U.S. foreign policy
(Zanesville Times Recorder – April 6, 2010)

Sophomores learn about science careers
(Marietta Times – March 24, 2010)

Obama’s big push
(Marietta Times – March 16, 2010)

Z-Medica Launches QuikClot Grant to Support Student Veterans at Marietta College
(PR Inside – March 15, 2010)

Z-Medica Launches QuikClot Grant to Support Student Veterans at Marietta College
(Business Wire – March 15, 2010)

Anxiety common as SATs, ACTs approach
(Marietta Times – March 11, 2010)

New sanctions: The test of America's Iran policy
(Zanesville Times Recorder – March 10, 2010)

New sanctions: The test of America's Iran policy
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – March 10, 2010)

Champions of Health & Fitness 2010 - Morale Booster: Julie Wilkes
(Fitness Magazine – March, 2010)

Local student studying in Chile survives quake
(Marietta Times – March 5, 2010)

Marietta student helping in Chile
(Marietta Times – March 4, 2010)

Coach who inspired ‘Titans’ film speaks at MC
(Marietta Times – February 26, 2010)

Creating Young Teacher Leaders
(Teacher Magazine – February 24, 2010)

We need to face the Chinese challenge
(Zanesville Times Recorder – February 24, 2010)

Jim Tracy has high hopes for Rockies
(The Denver Post – February 18, 2010)

‘Remember the Titans’ at MC
(Marietta Times – February 15, 2010)

2010: Rocky path ahead for U.S.-China relations
(Zanesville Times Recorder – February 11, 2010)

A Nation at Large: Obesity and its impact on physical and mental health
(Marietta Times – February 6, 2010)

Batesville brothers still tasting success of Super Bowl TV ad for Doritos
(Cincinnati Enquirer – February 5, 2010)

Super Countdown: Super Bowl Sunday will find fans of the food, the commercials —and the game ...
(Marietta Times – February 3, 2010)

Garrison envisions politics in her future
(Marietta Times – February 2, 2010_

A fabulous fashionista
(Charleston Daily Mail – January 27, 2010)

Don't cave to Beijing on Internet again
(Zanesville Times Recorder – January 27, 2010)

Feeding the Dream: Challenge under way to benefit county’s nine food pantries
(Marietta Times – January 19, 2010)

MC becomes part of national recycling contest
(Marietta Times – January 19, 2010)

COSI considers reopening planetarium
(The Columbus Dispatch – January 15, 2010)

Hunting season ... for 2010 college graduates
(Marietta Times – January 13, 2010)

Why is Chinese leadership fearful?
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – January 12, 2010)

Fall 2009

What's ahead at MC
(Marietta Times – December 29, 2009)

College sees decade of growth with planetarium becoming local favorite
(Marietta Times – December 28, 2009)

Marietta College reaches out to the community
(Marietta Times – December 28, 2009)

McDonough Center leads by example
(Marietta Times – December 28, 2009)

American leadership in a 'non-polar' world
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – December 27, 2009)

Hanukkah a time for faith, family, food
(Marietta Times – December 12, 2009)

'Messiah’ program is something special
(Marietta Times – December 9, 2009)

MCF awards nine grants
(Marietta Times – December 2, 2009)

Obama's Asia Policy 101: Pass or fail?
(Zanesville Times Recorder – December 2, 2009)

More troops: Local residents react to Obama's decision
(Marietta Times – December 2, 2009)

Photo exhibit at planetarium
(Marietta Times – November 25, 2009)

Tokyo is navigating away from the U.S.-Japanese alliance
(Zanesville Times Recorder – November 18, 2009)

The Chinese navy is going blue water
(Zanesville Times Recorder – November 4, 2009)

It Keeps Him Running
(WTAP – October 31, 2009)

Marietta College students help make a difference in the community
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – October 26, 2009)

Take Time to Make a Difference
(Marietta Times – October 24, 2009)

Checks & Balances: Bill addresses concern over banks’ penalties
(Marietta Times – October 22, 2009)

How America's Best Leaders of 2009 Were Picked
(U.S. News and World Report – October 22, 2009)

Where the Wild Things Are
(Our Sports Central – October 21, 2009)

Corruption threatens Asia's future
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – October 20, 2009)

Sports field re-dedicated to soldier
(Marietta Times – October 20, 2009)

Q&A: Hunger focus of VISTA program
(Marietta Times – October 19, 2009)

Valley residents surprised, puzzled by peace prize selection
(Marietta Times – October 10, 2009)

Is this the year - at last - for the New York Yankees?
(Christian Science Monitor – October 7, 2009)

Local MC student looks for answers with autism study
(Marietta Times – October 7, 2009)

Chinese conglomerates snapping up world's oil, gas fields
(Zanesville Times Recorder – October 7, 2009)

MC theater group opens season
(Marietta Times – October 1, 2009)

Rock and Roll All Night
(Marietta Times – September 30, 2009)

Is war in Afghanistan winnable?
(Zanesville Times Recorder – September 24, 2009)

Marietta College donates gaming systems to area organizations
(Marietta Register – September 3, 2009)

Marietta College Donates Gaming Systems
(WTAP – September 3, 2009)

Health care: Some go without; others pay but can’t afford insurance
(Marietta Times – August 29, 2009)

MC adds security measures
(Marietta Times – August 24, 2009)

Reuniting and "Letting Go"
(WTAP – August 23, 2009)

Milestone for Marietta College
(Marietta Times – August 21, 2009)

Summer 2009

Marietta College Celebrating 175 Years
(WTAP – August 20, 2009)

Taking care
(Marietta Times – August 19, 2009)

Sidick's 412 games producing record-setting career
(Observer-Reporter – August 18, 2009)

The Economy And Higher Education
(WTAP – August 18, 2009)

Former Moose lodge home to college program
(Marietta Times – August 14, 2009)

Goin' camping | High school football: Hartley
(Columbus Dispatch – August 11, 2009)

Planetarium remains popular
(Marietta Times – August 6, 2009)

Teaching teachers
(Marietta Times – July 7, 2009)

The nuclear genie is out of North Korean bottle
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – June 2, 2009)

College adds to Marietta by opening planetarium
(Marietta Times – June 1, 2009)

Spring 2009

Planetarium to open monthly
(Marietta Times – May 29, 2009)

Bisphenol A: Opinion shifting against chemical
(Columbus Dispatch – May 26, 2009)

America's 'AfPak' challenge
(Zanesville Times Recorder – May 20, 2009)

Graduation day
(Marietta Times – May 11, 2009)

Famous Astronaut Gives Speech
(WTAP – May 10, 2009)

College debt
(Marietta Times – May 9, 2009)

Open house Saturday at college’s planetarium
(Marietta Times – May 9, 2009)

Strickland dedicates library
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – May 9, 2009)

Governor Strickland Attends MC Dedication Ceremony
(WTAP – May 8, 2009)

New Planetarium Dedication Down to Earth
(WTAP – May 8, 2009)

Dreams of a multi-polar world? Be careful what you wish for
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – May 5, 2009)

Analyzing the human dimension of world's financial crisis
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – April 22, 2009)

A new world of education
(Marietta Times – April 18, 2009)

Generation Next 2009: Sarah Hurt Long
(WVNS - CBS 59 – April 16, 2009)

The end of Asia's 'export-led' development has begun
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – April 14, 2009)

POW recalls lessons learned
(Marietta Times – April 10, 2009)

Batter up! Time to play ball
(Marietta Times – April 9, 2009)

College Students Learn Self Defense
(WTAP – April 8, 2009)

Experiencing pangs of hunger
(Marietta Times – April 8, 2009)

The beginning of the end of Asia's 'export-led' development
(Zanesville Times Recorder – April 8, 2009)

Marietta College to Host NCAA Track Championship
(WTAP – April 3, 2009)

The rise of a new Chinese nationalism
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – March 25, 2009)

A new Chinese nationalism rises
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – March 24, 2009)

Finding the right balance for 'resetting' U.S.-Russian relations
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – March 17, 2009)

Viewpoint: ‘Right balance’ vital in the future of U.S., Russia relations
(Marietta Times – March 14, 2009)

MC group works in New Orleans for spring break
(Marietta Times – March 12, 2009)

Huntington's warning resonates
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – March 3, 2009)

Samuel Huntington's warning
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – February 25, 2009)

Samuel Huntington's warning
(Zanesville Times Recorder – February 25, 2009)

Considering 'tough and direct' North Korea policy
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – February 17, 2009)

Diana Hackenburg receives Owens-Illinois scholarship
(Bellevue Gazette – February 16, 2009)

A 'tough and direct' North Korea policy
(Zanesville Times Recorder – February 11, 2009)

School system's diversity draws student teachers
(Hickory Daily Record – February 7, 2009)

Idea was one in a million
(Marietta Times – February 3, 2009)

'Us being idiots' wins Super Bowl commercial contest, brothers say
(Indianapolis Star – February 3, 2009)

Indiana brothers snag top Super Bowl ad honors
(WSBT South Bend – February 2, 2009)

Fairmont woman wins teaching award in Ohio
(Times West Virginian – January 30, 2009)

Renewing American leadership: The president's challenge
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – January 28, 2009)

Renewing American leadership: The president's challenge
(Zanesville Times Recorder – January 28, 2009)

Marietta player Creasap hits 1,000 points
(Ashland Times-Gazette – January 28, 2009)

Ohio college marks Chinese New Year
(CantonRep.com – January 26, 2009)

Chinese New Year celebrated at MC
(Marietta Times – January 26, 2009)

Ohio college marks Chinese New Year
(WSYX - ABC 6 – January 26, 2009)

Ohio college marks Chinese New Year
(WTTE - FOX 28 – January 26, 2009)

'A New Era Begins'
(Marietta Times – January 21, 2009)

Students help food pantries
(Marietta Times – January 19, 2009)

Dr. King’s dream still lives
(Marietta Times – January 14, 2009)

And the winner is...
(Marietta Times – January 14, 2009)

Breaking away from Chimerica
(Zanesville Times Recorder – January 14, 2009)

Breaking away from Chimerica
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – January 14, 2009)

Marietta’s legacy lives on
(Marietta Times – January 13, 2009)

Q&A: MC professor assists with air quality study
(Marietta Times – January 12, 2009)

The lesson from 2008 crisis
(Zanesville Times Recorder – January 6, 2009)

Why has Beijing taken such a tough line on Tibet?
(Zanesville Times Recorder – December 16, 2008)

Fall 2008

Pitcher close to hitting DeMark
(Pittsburg Tribune Review – December 9, 2008)

College grads may have advantage as they enter work force
(Marietta Times – December 5, 2008)

Renewing American leadership in 'A Transformed World'
(Zanesville Times Recorder – December 3, 2008)

Renewing America's 'soft power'
(Zanesville Times Recorder – November 19, 2008)

MC faculty translate book
(Marietta Times – November 10, 2008)

Many look to hire around the holidays
(Marietta Times – November 10, 2008)

China wants more say at the upcoming global financial summit
(Zanesville Times Recorder – November 5, 2008)

Cheerleader to Palin: “Do You Do Jokes?”
(FOXNews.com – November 2, 2008)

Palin Goes After Obama on Coal Comments
(FOXNews.com – November 2, 2008)

Palin completing four-stop campaign day in Ohio
(Columbus Dispatch – November 2, 2008)

Energy Independence Just a Dream
(Convenience Store News – October 25, 2008)

In the wake of the ’Financial 9/11,’ world powers must act together
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – October 22, 2008)

In the wake of the ’Financial 9/11,’ world powers must act together
(Zanesville Times Recorder – October 22, 2008)

Volunteers help out around city
(Marietta Times – October 20, 2008)

The crisis of three F's
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – October 13, 2008)

Campaign yard signs work on a local level
(Cleveland Plain Dealer – October 6, 2008)

MC hires police chief
(Marietta Times – October 1, 2008)

Be prepared for the end of the Kim Dynasty
(Zanesville Times Recorder – September 30, 2008)

Election Attracting a Younger Crowd
(WTAP – September 29, 2008)

MC prof wants to become citizen to vote
(Marietta Times – September 19, 2008)

Banned student returns to MC
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – September 18, 2008)

Don't count on new Cold War
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – September 15, 2008)

Oil, coal, gas, nuclear - all are needed for U.S. energy security
(Cincinnati Enquirer – September 14, 2008)

Remembering 9/11
(Marietta Times – September 12, 2008)

Candle Light Vigil for 9-11
(WTAP – September 11, 2008)

Why Russia Invaded Georgia
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – September 2, 2008)

Why Russia Invaded Georgia
(Zanesville Times Recorder – September 2, 2008)

Why Russia Invaded Georgia
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – September 1, 2008)

Riverboat Images on Display at Marietta College
(The Marietta Register – August 26, 2008)

Marietta College ranked No. 9 in U.S. News
(Daily-Jeff.com – August 27, 2008)

Starting Low — The Art of Painting Shoes
(Graffiti – August 26, 2008)

MC enjoys lofty rankings
(Marietta Times – August 23, 2008)

The Olympic have brought no freedom to China
(Zanesville Times Recorder – August 19, 2008)

The Olympic have brought no freedom to China
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – August 19, 2008)

Conversations on Education
(WTAP – August 18, 2008)

Summer 2008

Learning How To Learn
(Forbes – August 13, 2008)

The Growing Tehran–Beijing Axis
(JBS.org & The New American – August 8, 2008)

College touts PA program to Voinovich
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – August 7, 2008)

Population control: An emerging challenge for America and its leaders
(Coshocton Daily Tribune – August 5, 2008)

Population control: An emerging challenge for America and its leaders
(Zanesville Times Recorder – August 5, 2008)

China's leap in the Middle East a potential source for Sino–U.S. rivalry
(Coshocton Tribune – July 22, 2008)

China's 'leap' in Middle East a potential source for rivalry
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – July 21,2008)

The next step toward a nuclear free Korean peninsula
(Coshocton Tribune – July 8, 2008)

Working toward nuclear-free Korea
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – July 7, 2008)

Washington Sunday: Wild Things' Sidick: Those who do, teach
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – June 29, 2008)

Parents, Students Prepare For College
(WTAP – June 28, 2008)

CASE honors Marietta College with Gold Award in 2008 competition
(Marietta Register – June 20, 2008)

Tell North Korea it's now or never
(Lancaster Eagle Gazette – June 2, 2008)

Spring 2008

Students say goodbye
(The Marietta Times – May 19, 2008)

358 receive degrees at MC commencement
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – May 19, 2008)

WVU-P & MC Graduations
(WTAP – May 18, 2008)

Viewpoint: Time to tell North Korea: It's now or never
(The Marietta Times –May 17, 2008)

Memories of Marietta College
(The Marietta Times – May 16, 2008)

Commuters turn to bikes
(The Marietta Times – May 13, 2008)

Online bullying has no age limit
(The Marietta Times – May 12, 2008)

Time to rein in the Tiger of Chinese Nationalism
(Coshocton Tribune –May 6, 2008)

Time to rein in the Tiger of Chinese Nationalism
(Zanesville Times Recorder – May 6, 2008)

Local manganese study expands to children
(The Marietta Times – Apr. 30, 2008)

Turning trash into treasure
(The Marietta Times – Apr. 30, 2008)

MC fans turn out for Communtiy Baseball Day
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – Apr. 21, 2008)

Volunteers help out in Marietta
(Parkersburg News and Sentinel – Apr. 14, 2008)

Giving Back to Marietta
(WTAP – Apr. 12, 2008)

MC Celebrates New Planetarium
(WTAP – Apr. 8, 2008)