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Lower the Limit On Two-Mile Hill

March 15, 2016 Given the number of cars barreling down Two-Mile Hill on Interstate 70 just outside Wheeling, it may be a miracle there are not more serious accidents there. There certainly are plenty. more »»

Islamic Terrorists At War With World

March 15, 2016 Residents of Ivory Coast have become the most recent victims in what amounts to a world war. On Sunday, Islamic terrorists attacked a beachfront resort in that country, killing 16 people. more »»

Gas Drillers On Clinton Hit List

March 14, 2016 If there was any doubt Hillary Clinton is dedicated to devastating West Virginia and much of Ohio, she has erased it. more »»

Insist on Realistic Budget Numbers

March 14, 2016 Midyear state budget revisions featuring substantial spending cuts have been a way of life in West Virginia during the past couple of years. Legislators and Go. more »»

It’s In Your Best Interests to Vote

March 14, 2016 Ohio’s primary election is Tuesday, and the race for president is reason enough for voters to go to the polls and take part in the process. more »»

Clinton Flip-Flops On Issues in Ohio

March 14, 2016 During a campaign stop in Cleveland last week, Hillary Clinton said President Barack Obama’s proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact is a bad deal. more »»

Environmental Cues Trigger Many Spring Time Behaviors

March 13, 2016 The ultimate environmental cue that triggers many behavioral changes in the natural world is photoperiod. Longer days in late winter signal that it’s time to bree. more »»

Getting Kasich In the Spotlight

March 13, 2016 On Tuesday, Ohio’s Republican voters will have the opportunity to shine the presidential spotlight on a man who has served the state well and can do the same excellent work for the natio. more »»

Make Improving PEIA a Priority

March 13, 2016 West Virginia legislators’ list of unfinished business is a long one, but dealing with the Public Employees Insurance Agency should be near the top of the list for action later this year. more »»

Drug Abusers May Be Accessories to Murder

March 13, 2016 A substantial amount of the illegal drugs sold in our area come from the Pittsburgh area, perhaps including Wilkinsburg, P. more »»

Get Away From The Bureaucrats

March 12, 2016 The sky will not fall if West Virginia legislators adopt a realistic budget for the coming fiscal year. But lawmakers seem to have accepted the bureaucracy’s extortionist claims that it will. Gov. more »»

Don’t Give Up On School Reform

March 12, 2016 It appears West Virginia legislators are about to pass up a golden opportunity to improve public school. more »»

Big Spending Cuts Imperative

March 11, 2016 County school systems would have to lay off teachers if West?Virginia legislators accept Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s budget proposal. more »»

N. Korean Nuclear Missiles a Threat

March 11, 2016 U.S. officials cannot say — or at least, will not — whether North Korea has managed to miniaturize nuclear weapons enough to use them as missile warheads. more »»

Budget Bill Far From Realistic

March 11, 2016 West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s proposed budget for the coming year, totaling slightly more than $12.6 billion, simply will not work. State legislators know that. more »»

Preserving Our Past in Documents

March 11, 2016 Too often, as Wheeling residents have seen, our past crumbles into piles of bricks, stone and dust in front of our eyes as precious old buildings either collapse or are demolished. more »»

Iran’s Intent Clear

March 11, 2016 On Wednesday, Iran test-fired two missiles. Painted on both, in Hebrew, was the phrase, “Israel must be wiped out. more »»

Small Cuts Not Good Enough

March 10, 2016 West Virginia legislators seem to be looking at just about every method of balancing the state budget except the one virtually every taxpayer has to resort to when coping with a cash crunch: cuttin... more »»

Do as EPA Orders, Not as Agency Does

March 10, 2016 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials ought to consider a new motto: Do as we say, not as we do. Hypocrisy, demagoguery and political games are how Washington works. more »»

Resolving Issue Over Landfill

March 10, 2016 Most Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority board members think challenging a proposal for the local landfill to accept drilling waste is a bad idea. more »»

 
 
 

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