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The Florida Times-Union
JU hires Matt DeSalvo as pitching coachstops with the New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves. He also pitched in several
JU hires Matt DeSalvo as pitching coach
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 hours ago
stops with the New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves. He also pitched in several pro leagues overseas. DeSalvo attended Marietta College from 2000-03 and had a career record of 53-6 — the most wins by a collegiate pitcher at any level. He was... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta College grads among few female athletic trainersAimee Cline, a 2014 Marietta College graduate from Rittman, joined the Clevelan
Marietta College grads among few female athletic trainers
The Marietta Times / Posted yesterday
Aimee Cline, a 2014 Marietta College graduate from Rittman, joined the Cleveland Gladiators for the 2016 season as Athletic Trainer, a position that is being vacated by Jeff Lambert-Shemo at the end of the year. Jessica Brogan graduated from Marietta... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Warren L. SaundersDecember 6, 1930 in Cleveland, Ohio, son of Ida Searles. He retired from the I
Warren L. Saunders
The Marietta Times / Posted yesterday
December 6, 1930 in Cleveland, Ohio, son of Ida Searles. He retired from the Internal Revenue Service. He had attended Marietta College for two years and served in the US Army during the Korean War as a finance officer station in Germany. He... Read more
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The Marietta Times
MC grads among few female athletic trainersAimee Cline, a 2014 Marietta College graduate from Rittman, joined the Clevelan
MC grads among few female athletic trainers
The Marietta Times / Posted yesterday
Aimee Cline, a 2014 Marietta College graduate from Rittman, joined the Cleveland Gladiators for the 2016 season as Athletic Trainer, a position that is being vacated by Jeff Lambert-Shemo at the end of the year. Jessica Brogan graduated from Marietta... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Running for Caitlin Yagerin 2013, after Caitlin Yager died as the result of a car accident. Yager, a 20
Running for Caitlin Yager
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 3 days ago
in 2013, after Caitlin Yager died as the result of a car accident. Yager, a 2012 Cardinal Mooney High School graduate and Marietta College student, ran cross country and track in high school and college, favoring the sport above all... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Hundreds turn out in today's heat to Run for Caitlinin 2013, after Caitlin Yager died as the result of a car accident. Yager, a 20
Hundreds turn out in today's heat to Run for Caitlin
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 4 days ago
in 2013, after Caitlin Yager died as the result of a car accident. Yager, a 2012 Cardinal Mooney High School graduate and Marietta College student, ran cross country and track in high school and college, favoring the sport above all... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Long-time music director in new posthad not planned on," explained Kimball. "And I'm sure there will be days, but I
Long-time music director in new post
The Marietta Times / Posted 4 days ago
had not planned on," explained Kimball. "And I'm sure there will be days, but I like it so far." Since starting working at Marietta College in 2006, Kimball has worked as an associate professor of music, director of the bands and instrumental... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Running for CaitlinYager’s sister died as the result of a car accident. Caitlin Yager, a 2012 Car
Running for Caitlin
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 5 days ago
Yager’s sister died as the result of a car accident. Caitlin Yager, a 2012 Cardinal Mooney High School graduate and Marietta College student, ran cross country and track in high school and college, favoring the sport above all... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
3rd annual Run for Caitlyn starts at Canfield High Saturday morningYager’s sister died as the result of a car accident. Caitlin Yager, a 2012 Car
3rd annual Run for Caitlyn starts at Canfield High Saturday morning
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 6 days ago
Yager’s sister died as the result of a car accident. Caitlin Yager, a 2012 Cardinal Mooney High School graduate and Marietta College student, ran cross country and track in high school and college, favoring the sport above all others. Read... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Glen Porter "Chief" Robinsonreturned to his home state of West Virginia. Through the GI Bill, in 1981, he e
Glen Porter "Chief" Robinson
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
returned to his home state of West Virginia. Through the GI Bill, in 1981, he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Geology from Marietta College-an accomplishment of which he was very proud. Glen used his college degree to obtain a position with the WV... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Jennie Lou OwensOwens retired from the former Cambridge State Hospital, where she had been an L
Jennie Lou Owens
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 8 days ago
Owens retired from the former Cambridge State Hospital, where she had been an LPN for many years. She was a graduate of the Marietta College of Nursing. She was a member of the Red Cross, the Homemakers Club, and the Ham Radio Club. She was an avid... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Larry E. Millerto Clayton Eugene Miller and Edna Eleanor Beihl Miller. He graduated from Mari
Larry E. Miller
The Marietta Times / Posted 8 days ago
to Clayton Eugene Miller and Edna Eleanor Beihl Miller. He graduated from Marietta High School in 1967, and attended Marietta College and Point Park College in Pittsburgh, Pa. Larry worked at Carr Concrete, Corp. as a Project Manager and... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Give, get involvedby people with a heart for their fellow man, some rich, some of average means;
Give, get involved
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
by people with a heart for their fellow man, some rich, some of average means; and that care and healing continues today? Marietta College and OVU are examples of fine institutions of higher education that were started and sustained by concerned... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Cone-n-Shake four person team takes 31st annual Pioneer Club Golf Outingwere 25 foursomes or 100 golfers at the event, which is the principal fundraise
Cone-n-Shake four person team takes 31st annual Pioneer Club Golf Outing
The Marietta Times / Posted 11 days ago
were 25 foursomes or 100 golfers at the event, which is the principal fundraiser for the Pioneer club, the umbrella for Marietta College athletics. Lakeside benefitted as the host course for the third straight year. Before that, the outing was... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta High football team talking playoffs in 2016of year is about getting back in football mode and getting reaccustomed to the
Marietta High football team talking playoffs in 2016
The Marietta Times / Posted 13 days ago
of year is about getting back in football mode and getting reaccustomed to the playbook. "We had a passing scrimmage at Marietta College, so we've had a lot of pass emphasis," Schob said. "Now we're trying to start back with the basics. These... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Marietta Tiger football talks postseason preparation and training harderof year is about getting back in football mode and getting reaccustomed to the
Marietta Tiger football talks postseason preparation and training harder
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
of year is about getting back in football mode and getting reaccustomed to the playbook. "We had a passing scrimmage at Marietta College, so we've had a lot of pass emphasis," Schob said. "Now we're trying to start back with the basics. These... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Interim Marietta College president’s job isn’t overRuud said he is grateful for Cooper's help as he adjusts to his new job positio
Interim Marietta College president’s job isn’t over
The Marietta Times / Posted 14 days ago
Ruud said he is grateful for Cooper's help as he adjusts to his new job position within Marietta College. "He's getting me up to speed on everything," said Ruud. "He's informing me of all the things here while he has been interim president." Cooper... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Warren boys track coach Al Riffey announces retirementan offensive lineman at Muskingum University in New Concord. "Yes, I played at
Warren boys track coach Al Riffey announces retirement
The Marietta Times / Posted 14 days ago
an offensive lineman at Muskingum University in New Concord. "Yes, I played at Don Drumm Stadium (home football field of Marietta College) at least one time, and maybe twice," recalled Riffey. Muskingum and Marietta are considered arch-rivals on... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Warren’s Al Riffey calls it quits as boys track coachan offensive lineman at Muskingum University in New Concord. "Yes, I played at
Warren’s Al Riffey calls it quits as boys track coach
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
an offensive lineman at Muskingum University in New Concord. "Yes, I played at Don Drumm Stadium (home football field of Marietta College) at least one time, and maybe twice," recalled Riffey. Muskingum and Marietta are considered arch-rivals on... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marjorie Marie Kieferretired, Marge worked part-time at the office of The American Cancer Society, W
Marjorie Marie Kiefer
The Marietta Times / Posted 15 days ago
retired, Marge worked part-time at the office of The American Cancer Society, Washington County Health Department, and a Marietta College Sorority. She provided childcare for Tommy Pethel and he was nurtured by her love and care for eight years.... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta High soccer team engages in camp at Marietta Collegehe was a freshman. "This camp focuses on perfecting your individual skills," h
Marietta High soccer team engages in camp at Marietta College
The Marietta Times / Posted 15 days ago
he was a freshman. "This camp focuses on perfecting your individual skills," he added. "It's the fundamentals of soccer." Marietta College men's head coach Joe Bergin and assistant Ryan Osborne provided the instructions with ninth-year MHS boss... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Marietta soccer players attend camp to learn from Marietta College's Joe Berginhe was a freshman. "This camp focuses on perfecting your individual skills," h
Marietta soccer players attend camp to learn from Marietta College's Joe Bergin
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
he was a freshman. "This camp focuses on perfecting your individual skills," he added. "It's the fundamentals of soccer." Marietta College men's head coach Joe Bergin and assistant Ryan Osborne provided the instructions with ninth-year MHS boss... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Dupont C8 jury awards another $500,000preeclampsia and hypercholesterolemia, and was the subject of a class action la
Dupont C8 jury awards another $500,000
The Marietta Times / Posted 17 days ago
preeclampsia and hypercholesterolemia, and was the subject of a class action lawsuit settled in 2005. David Freeman, 56, a Marietta College petroleum engineering professor who lives in the Little Hocking Water Association service area of Washington... Read more
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The Marietta Times
C8 jury: Another $500,000preeclampsia and hypercholesterolemia, and was the subject of a class action la
C8 jury: Another $500,000
The Marietta Times / Posted 18 days ago
preeclampsia and hypercholesterolemia, and was the subject of a class action lawsuit settled in 2005. David Freeman, 56, a Marietta College petroleum engineering professor who lives in the Little Hocking Water Association service area of Washington... Read more
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Texas Longhorns
Memories in a Glassof Valdosta State. The players named were J. D. Drew of Florida State, Matt DeS
Memories in a Glass
Texas Longhorns / Posted 19 days ago
of Valdosta State. The players named were J. D. Drew of Florida State, Matt DeSalvo—who won a collegiate record 53 games at Marietta College—Rick Monday of Arizona State and Tom Paciorek of Houston. Other award winners were Trinity's Tim Scannell... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Jury awards Marietta man $500,000 in punitive damages in DuPont casetake cases to trial. Loses could encourage paying those who sued to drop their
Jury awards Marietta man $500,000 in punitive damages in DuPont case
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
take cases to trial. Loses could encourage paying those who sued to drop their cases before they go to trial. Freeman is a Marietta College professor. He lives just outside the southeast Ohio town that sits across the Ohio River from the DuPont... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Welcome President Ruud; good luck at Marietta collegestudent experience. We also hope Ruud embraces the community and the many link
Welcome President Ruud; good luck at Marietta college
The Marietta Times / Posted 20 days ago
student experience. We also hope Ruud embraces the community and the many links it has to the college. We've criticized Marietta College leadership in the past for not being transparent and we hope Ruud will be more open in sharing information... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Warren cager Molly McCutcheon to compete in Chicagominutes for us last year," the coach added. This summer, Warren has had team c
Warren cager Molly McCutcheon to compete in Chicago
The Marietta Times / Posted 20 days ago
minutes for us last year," the coach added. This summer, Warren has had team camps at Coastal University in Conway, S.C., Marietta College, and Eastern Ohio in Sherrodsville. "June was very full," Colgrove said. This week, before heading to... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Washington County man awarded $5.1 million in DuPont casesaid a chemical used by DuPont at the plant caused Cutler resident David Freema
Washington County man awarded $5.1 million in DuPont case
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
said a chemical used by DuPont at the plant caused Cutler resident David Freeman, 56, a petroleum engineering professor at Marietta College, to get cancer in 2000 and awarded him $5.1 million in compensatory damages. Jurors will begin deciding... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
DuPont loses another 'bellwether' C8 lawsuitthe chemical used to make Teflon caused a southern Ohio man's testicular cancer
DuPont loses another 'bellwether' C8 lawsuit
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
the chemical used to make Teflon caused a southern Ohio man's testicular cancer. The jury in U.S. District Court awarded Marietta College professor David Freeman $5.1 million in actual damages. The jury also found that DuPont acted with malice... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta College track, boathouse projects ongoing for this summerprotect it from paint and various other resurfacing project materials. However,
Marietta College track, boathouse projects ongoing for this summer
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
protect it from paint and various other resurfacing project materials. However, that's not the only project making waves at Marietta College. The Lindamood-Van Voorhis Boat House is finding new life as upgrades are made a priority after the alumni... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Track, boathouse projects ongoing for this summerprotect it from paint and various other resurfacing project materials. However,
Track, boathouse projects ongoing for this summer
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
protect it from paint and various other resurfacing project materials. However, that's not the only project making waves at Marietta College. The Lindamood-Van Voorhis Boat House is finding new life as upgrades are made a priority after the alumni... Read more
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The Marietta Times
New Marietta College President Bill Ruud mingles at meet and greetTom Perry, executive director for strategic communications and marketing at Mar
New Marietta College President Bill Ruud mingles at meet and greet
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
Tom Perry, executive director for strategic communications and marketing at Marietta College, noted his energetic personality upon meeting him. "You can just tell right off the bat, his energy, his excitement for the job," said Perry. "You can tell... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Tree killers: Emerald ash borerPark that have been completely damaged." Tom Perry, executive director of Stra
Tree killers: Emerald ash borer
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
Park that have been completely damaged." Tom Perry, executive director of Strategic Communications and Marketing at Marietta College, said over the past six to eight years, 23 ash trees have been destroyed and taken down on... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Track, boathouse projects ongoing for MC this summerprotect it from paint and various other resurfacing project materials. However,
Track, boathouse projects ongoing for MC this summer
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
protect it from paint and various other resurfacing project materials. However, that's not the only project making waves at Marietta College. The Lindamood-Van Voorhis Boat House is finding new life as upgrades are made a priority after the alumni... Read more
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The Marietta Times
NEW MC leader minglesTom Perry, executive director for strategic communications and marketing at Mar
NEW MC leader mingles
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
Tom Perry, executive director for strategic communications and marketing at Marietta College, noted his energetic personality upon meeting him. "You can just tell right off the bat, his energy, his excitement for the job," said Perry. "You can tell... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Marietta Community Foundation awards grants totaling $86,150Youth in Action Inc. Harmar Rowing Club Humane Society of the Ohio Valley WA
Marietta Community Foundation awards grants totaling $86,150
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
Youth in Action Inc. Harmar Rowing Club Humane Society of the Ohio Valley WASCO INC, OSU Extension-Washington County Southeastern Ohio Foodbank Marietta College Washington County Harvest of Hope MHS Wall of... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Civil War Roundtable of the Mid-Ohio Valley plans fall field tripeducator, historian, re-enactor and education director at The Castle. He earned
Civil War Roundtable of the Mid-Ohio Valley plans fall field trip
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
educator, historian, re-enactor and education director at The Castle. He earned his undergraduate degree in history from Marietta College and a master's from Wright State University. Yoho compiled much of the research published in newspaper... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Jury to decide whether DuPont caused man's cancerthat set guidelines for 3,500 C8-related lawsuits in a class-action case filed
Jury to decide whether DuPont caused man's cancer
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 23 days ago
that set guidelines for 3,500 C8-related lawsuits in a class-action case filed in 2001 against DuPont. Freeman, 56, is a Marietta College professor who lives in Washington County, Ohio, across the river from DuPont's Washington Works plant. The... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Familiar faces Coyle, Whittington to coach at LackawannaI Lamar University. Whittington replaces Kayla Sileo, who left after one season
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Familiar faces Coyle, Whittington to coach at Lackawanna
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
I Lamar University. Whittington replaces Kayla Sileo, who left after one season to become an assistant at NCAA Division III Marietta College in Ohio. Both Coyle and Whittington said their previous time at Lackawanna is what drew them... Read more
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The Marietta Times
MCF awards grants totaling $86,150Rowing Club Humane Society of the Ohio Valley WASCO INC OSU Extension-Washin
MCF awards grants totaling $86,150
The Marietta Times / Posted 23 days ago
Rowing Club Humane Society of the Ohio Valley WASCO INC OSU Extension-Washington County Southeastern Ohio Foodbank Marietta College Washington County Harvest of Hope MHS Wall of Sound Band Boosters Proposals for the first round of the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Shakespeare by the RiverAnnual production opened over the weekend. The play is presented by Hipp Stage
Shakespeare by the River
The Marietta Times / Posted 23 days ago
Annual production opened over the weekend. The play is presented by Hipp Stage Productions and the Marietta College Theatre Department with a cast of 18 local, professional and pre-professional actors Shakespeare by the... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Shakespeare by the River tames 'Shrew' in Marietta's Muskingum Parkbeginning at 8:30 p.m. The program is free and open to the public. The play is
Shakespeare by the River tames 'Shrew' in Marietta's Muskingum Park
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
beginning at 8:30 p.m. The program is free and open to the public. The play is presented by Hipp Stage Productions and the Marietta College Theatre Department with a cast of 18 local, professional and pre-professional actors. Shakespeare by the... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Ohio OVAC team seeks versatility in offensive optionsand baseball, too. He took part in both of those OVAC All-Star Games. The son
Ohio OVAC team seeks versatility in offensive options
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 24 days ago
and baseball, too. He took part in both of those OVAC All-Star Games. The son of Mike and Liz Clark plans to attend Marietta College. AUSTYN DOZIER, East Liverpool - This former Potter had a big season on both sides of the ball for Coach... Read more
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The Times Leader
OV grid coaches become studentsMatt, a starter on the 1999 St. John Central 9-1 playoff team, has also coached
OV grid coaches become students
The Times Leader / Posted 24 days ago
Matt, a starter on the 1999 St. John Central 9-1 playoff team, has also coached at University of Pikeville (Kentucky), Marietta College and Muskingum University. He also was head coach at Bishop McLaughlin High School in Florida. "I truly look... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Track resurfacing project underway at Don Drummwas resurfaced was in fall of 2008 in preparation for the 2009 NCAA Division II
Track resurfacing project underway at Don Drumm
The Marietta Times / Posted 25 days ago
was resurfaced was in fall of 2008 in preparation for the 2009 NCAA Division III National Championship Track Meet hosted by Marietta College. Although it is an expensive undertaking, Marietta College Athletic Director Larry Hiser says it is well... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Shakespeare performances of ‘Shrew’ begin tonight in Muskingum Parkproduction of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" at Peoples Bank Theatre. Sha
Shakespeare performances of ‘Shrew’ begin tonight in Muskingum Park
The Marietta Times / Posted 27 days ago
production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" at Peoples Bank Theatre. Shakespeare by the River is a collaboration of Marietta College, the Hippodrome/Colony Historical Theatre Association and the city of Marietta. The production is supported... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Shakespeare performances of ‘Shrew’ begin todayproduction of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" at Peoples Bank Theatre. Sha
Shakespeare performances of ‘Shrew’ begin today
The Marietta Times / Posted 27 days ago
production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" at Peoples Bank Theatre. Shakespeare by the River is a collaboration of Marietta College, the Hippodrome/Colony Historical Theatre Association and the city of Marietta. The production is supported... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Shakespeare by the River begins in Mariettaproduction of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" at Peoples Bank Theatre. Sha
Shakespeare by the River begins in Marietta
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" at Peoples Bank Theatre. Shakespeare by the River is a collaboration of Marietta College, the Hippodrome/Colony Historical Theatre Association and the city of Marietta. The production is supported... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Coaching controversy is costing players experienceand began to cancel games. Around 60 games were allowed to remain which is abo
Coaching controversy is costing players experience
The Marietta Times / Posted 28 days ago
and began to cancel games. Around 60 games were allowed to remain which is about 12 per age group. These games are at Marietta College, The Elite Center in Parkersburg, and Williamstown. The much needed competition in the Cambridge and... Read more
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