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Benwood Native Honored in N.Y.

March 2, 2014 Benwood native Travis Tellitocci has been named a Dutchess County New York Regional Chamber of Commerce Forty and Under honoree. more »»

Perfect (Fiscal) Storm Coming?

March 1, 2014 The proverbial perfect storm may be bearing down on West Virginia, but you wouldn’t know it to watch what’s going on in the state Capitol. more »»

Keeping Fingers Crossed

March 1, 2014 My fingers are sore beyond words. Tiny crevices have developed, split open by the biting cold of winter and the excessive hand washing meant to ward off the flu bug making the rounds of the office. more »»

Keeping Our Water Safe

February 25, 2014 Sometimes we don’t learn from the lessons of others; we must have our own experiences in order to begin our understanding of how actions affect our environment and our childre. more »»

Passing The Obamacare IQ Exam

February 23, 2014 It has become clear within the past couple of weeks that universities such as Harvard and Yale ought to be sending legions of recruiters to West Virginia. more »»

Learn Better by Understanding Textbook Organization

February 23, 2014 This Sunday I want to talk about the various textbook organizational patterns. You would be wise to carefully read the following and share this information with your children. more »»

Moundsville Set For Home Rule

February 23, 2014 One of this year’s goals of Moundsville City Council is writing and submitting a plan to the West Virginia Municipal Home Rule Program for membership consideration. more »»

Getting the Most Out of the Marcellus by Exporting Ethane

February 23, 2014 For the past century, West Virginia has mined the coal that has built America and provided low-cost electricity for our region. more »»

Avoiding Controversial Issues

February 22, 2014 Social Security really isn’t the “third rail” of politics, despite what has been said. Abortion earns that distinctio. more »»

Who Will Be Next?

February 22, 2014 “I knew that guy from high school.” “ I think I went out with that guy’s sister.” “Isn’t that so-and-so’s kid?” “I never knew they were into drugs like that. more »»

Reducing Burden of Costly Government Regulations

February 19, 2014 There is a need for sensible government regulations that keep Americans healthy and workers safe. more »»

Drawing for Ballot Positions Slated

February 16, 2014 The ballot positions for the May 13 Primary election in Marshall County will be drawn at 9 a.m. Tuesday by the County Clerk Jan Pest, with the candidates invited to attend. more »»

The Emperor Has No Clothes

February 15, 2014 It is becoming crystal clear that the emperor has no clothes — and has run out of ways to disguise his nakedness. Unless I miss my guess, he will be entirely out of ideas by late this summer. more »»

Bigotry: It’s Both Wrong And Stupid

February 15, 2014 Black History Month, each February, generally is thought of as a time to recognize the contributions of African-Americans. But it sometimes makes me wonder what might have been. more »»

Long Ago Lessons Learned

February 15, 2014 I can’t remember her name, it’s been too many years. She was one of the camp leaders at the Oglebay Park summer day camp that I attended with my siblings. more »»

Abortion Industry Reacts

February 9, 2014 There seems to be a lot more focus on “women’s health” — liberal code for abortion — than there was several years ago. more »»

Relay for Life Purpose of Fighting Cancer Is Explained

February 9, 2014 Why Do We Relay? That was a question addressed during the recent meeting of team captains of the Relay for Life of Marshall County. Event Chairperson Karen Coffield explained that in May 1985, Dr. more »»

Encouraging People Not to Work

February 8, 2014 We Americans may disagree about how public assistance programs are handled, but nearly all of us are on the same page about one thing: If someone is unable to support himself, we’ll step in, to the... more »»

Whom Do You Believe?

February 8, 2014 Eat your carrots; they’re good for your eyes. Drink that milk so your bones and teeth will grow strong. Don’t cut off those bread crusts, they will make your hair curl. more »»

Teaching Our Own Children

February 2, 2014 Every child ought to be home schooled. Too many parents rely on schools, both public and private, to educate their childre. more »»

 
 

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