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Guard Against Propaganda by Knowing Its Varieties

June 29, 2014 Your children are bombarded with propaganda (the art of persuasion) every day of their lives. No matter where commercial ads are found (e.g. more »»

Tennant Looking Good to Liberals

June 28, 2014 Give Natalie Tennant one thing: She has one bloc of voters locked up. Unfortunately for her, it’s the liberal vote — and this is West Virginia. Rep. Shelley Capito is going to be the next U.S. more »»

Sleeping Under The Stars

June 28, 2014 The ground was bumpy, despite the sleeping bags we had placed inside the tent. more »»

It Could Happen Elsewhere

June 22, 2014 Chemical storage tanks at Freedom Industries in Charleston are going to be removed, beginning this week. more »»

A Tough Man Who Knew How to Show His Love

June 22, 2014 On Feb. 4, 1998, William Howard “Whiskers” Welker (my father) told Mother to phone Aunt Jane (his sister), who lived just one block away. more »»

Chief Enjoys Event While Officers Mingle; Wings a Hit Chie

June 22, 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 »»

Learning More About Fostoria

June 22, 2014 Had the opportunity recently to meet several people for the first time as the result of attending two events in Moundsville — the 34th annual Fostoria Glass Society of American dinner meeting, and a... more »»

Law, Constitution Being Shredded

June 21, 2014 If you have some familiarity with the federal government, you probably believe the U.. more »»

Beautiful People Are Everywhere

June 21, 2014 Years ago when I was working in the wedding business at Hornes in Wheeling, a young woman came into the bridal salon looking for a wedding dress. more »»

Arrogance, Inattention Have a Cost

June 15, 2014 If you’re one of those idealists who continue to believe hard, thoughtful work can overcome money in politics, last week’s primary election in Virginia was good news for you. more »»

Dad Was a Packard Man, and With Good Reason

June 15, 2014 To paraphrase Ralphie Parker: Some men are Baptists, others Catholics; my father was a Packard man! Although Packard car production reached its zenith prior to World War II, it continued to be an... more »»

Sports Field Ideas; Family Matters; and the Carnival

June 15, 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 »»

Book Details Lives As Journalists

June 15, 2014 A book co-written by the late Jack Kady went on sale three weeks ago, with a copy on the shelves of the Moundsville-Marshall County Public Library. The book is “Newsroom Buddies.” Kady died on Aug. more »»

A Day Spent With Your Child Is Far From a Day Wasted

June 15, 2014 This year is a unique year for me because this year I turned 54 years old. Some tell me that makes me a senior citizen. I never thought that 50 was old enough to be a senior citizen. more »»

Who Are the Real Extremists?

June 14, 2014 Some Democrat leaders were gloating openly Wednesday, after U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., was defeated in a primary election. more »»

Dads Do Matter

June 14, 2014 I could not for the life of me imagine what was keeping my husband. He should have been at the hospital two hours ago. more »»

Some Perverts Are Beyond Rehabilitation

June 8, 2014 We as a society have decided that if we just try hard enough, we can “rehabilitate” most criminal. more »»

Discipline Is More a Challenge in Public Schools

June 8, 2014 During my 40 years as a K-12 classroom educator, I have taught in both the public and private school environments. more »»

Paisley’s Selfie; A Drilling Dispute; and Closed Doors

June 8, 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 »»

Fostoria Museum Reopening Slated

June 8, 2014 The grand reopening of the Fostoria Glass Museum, Sixth Street and Tomlinson Avenue, Moundsville, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday. more »»

 
 

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