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Higher Education Is Adapting to Rapid Changes

April 6, 2014 We live in an age of predictions — of the economy, the environment, technology, medicine, communication, and much more. Higher education is not immune from trends. more »»

REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: W.Va. Insulted Again, Spring Break in Peru, Going to Dogs

April 6, 2014 Editor’s note: Reporters are constantly surveying their surroundings, and in doing so often turn up many tidbits of news that don’t make it into the daily newspape. more »»

Law Firm Preparing For New Offices

April 6, 2014 While work is coming to a conclusion on the renovation of the Bordas and Bordas Law Offices building at the corner of Seventh Street and Court Avenue in Moundsville, this past Wednesday the... more »»

Fracking Not Good for Us, Regardless of What Morrisey Says

April 6, 2014 In the March 11th, 2014 op-ed section of The Intelligencer, West Virginia’s attorney general, Patrick Morrisey, had an asinine, pro-fracking article. more »»

Politics Becomes Too Personal

April 5, 2014 Many of those radical environmentalists and liberal politicans have managed to scare to death over global warming are too young to remember the bugaboo of just a few decades ago. more »»

Please Ask For Help

April 5, 2014 I can’t fathom it. The whole story is so horrible my mind just won’t wrap around the thought of i. more »»

Different Types of Tests Require Different Strategies

March 30, 2014 Of course, the best approach to prepare for a test is to master the subject matter by studying and reviewing periodically. Only through dedicated study can your child take a test with confidence. more »»

Brownies, Recovering Commissioner and Doobie Brothers

March 30, 2014 Editor’s note: Reporters are constantly surveying their surroundings, and in doing so often turn up many tidbits of news that don’t make it into the daily newspape. more »»

Glass Enthusiasts To Gather in June

March 30, 2014 Among events to be held in Moundsville in June will be two annual get-togethers, the Fostoria Glass Society of American Convention and the Boys of Summer outing. more »»

Committing Economic Suicide

March 29, 2014 We Americans often are accused of not keeping up with more “progressive” folks in slashing our use of coal. more »»

Flooded With Lies on Subsidies

March 29, 2014 Look the word “hypocrisy” up in a dictionary. With it, you’ll see a picture of Uncle Sam. That’s because when it comes to saying one thing and doing another, federal government officials are kings. more »»

If You’re Happy And You Know It

March 29, 2014 I will fully admit that until the recent Oscars show on television a few weeks back I had heard little of Pharrell Williams. I know, I am admitting my age, but stay with me. more »»

Universities at Crossroads

March 26, 2014 Those who question the fundamental value of a college degree need to stand back and accept undisputed facts. The truth is the worth of a college degree is rising. more »»

We’re The Real Public Servants

March 23, 2014 It has never been easy to pry information public officials want to keep secret out of their hand. more »»

Move Students Through School at Their Own Paces

March 23, 2014 In many of today’s schools, learning is allowed to be optional and variable while time and teaching methods are constant. Think about i. more »»

Farm Expo Has Something for All

March 23, 2014 A second expo in four weeks will be held at the Training Center Building inside the walls of the former West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville. more »»

Failure of Trust Will Grow Worse

March 22, 2014 More than you may think, the process of making laws at both the state and federal levels relies on trust. That may be breaking down. more »»

‘Things’ That Really Matter

March 22, 2014 It was a really stupid thing, but I understand it happens more than you would think. While closing the electric garage door a few years back my ring finger got caught on the metal door track. more »»

Anticipating Another Opening Day

March 19, 2014 Larry Doby, the first African-American to play in the American League, liked to talk with me about opening days at old Municipal Stadium in Cleveland. more »»

Sacrifices Not Always Shared

March 16, 2014 Shared sacrifice was on display during the session of the West Virginia Legislature that ended Friday night. But greed was there, too. As you may know, times are tough in state governmen. more »»

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