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D-Day a Time To Be Grateful

June 6, 2014 Many Americans probably have never heard of Guadalcanal, the Kasserine Pass, Anzio, the Hurtgen Forest, Peleliu, the Coral Sea, Tarawa or Ploesti. more »»

D-Day Observance Vital for the Future

June 6, 2014 In one old black-and-white newsreel, men wearing helmets and carrying rifles advance from the sea across a beach. They are bent forward slightly, as if walking into the teeth of a storm. more »»

Checks, Balances Now Out of Balance

June 6, 2014 Once again — this time in a matter of life and death — President Barack Obama has thumbed his nose at Congress. Many members, both Democrat and Republican, are angry. more »»

Make WVU-Marshall Partnership Count

June 6, 2014 West Virginia and Marshall universities are rivals in some ways, especially in athletics. more »»

Helping Bellaire As Firefighters

June 5, 2014 Bellaire officials’ previous effort to establish a volunteer fire department ended badly. A second attempt now has limited time to succeed. more »»

Save $1.5 Million On Sale of Bonds

June 5, 2014 Wesbanco Arena clearly is in need of improvements, so Wheeling officials are right to be planning to make them. more »»

Diversification Made Much More Difficult

June 5, 2014 It has been suggested that President Barack Obama’s war on coal represents an opportunity West Virginians should seiz. more »»

Obamacare Errors Continue to Pile Up

June 5, 2014 A health insurance company that notified one-fourth of its customers their rates might go up or they might not get coverage at all because of an in-office mistake with records might well pay the... more »»

Never Forget The Holocaust

June 4, 2014 Her mother tried in vain to cover her eyes so she could not see what was happening, Sofiya Karpovich remembers. But she saw. She cannot forget. more »»

Preventing New Chemical Spills

June 4, 2014 Throughout West Virginia are located thousands, perhaps tens of thousands of storage tanks containing liquids that could, if released, contaminate water supplie. more »»

Safeguards Needed For Public’s Money

June 4, 2014 Weirton officials have learned a lesson about checks and balances in local government. They — and their counterparts in other small towns and cities — should put the cautionary knowledge to good use. more »»

Give Home Rule Power to Local Cities

June 4, 2014 Wheeling is among four cities that have enjoyed limited home-rule authority during the past several years. In giving city officials more power, the action has been beneficial. more »»

Will Congress Stop the EPA?

June 3, 2014 Monday’s announcement the Environmental Protection Agency is coming down hard on existing coal-fired power plants raises literally hundreds of questions. more »»

Use Lawsuits To Delay EPA

June 3, 2014 West Virginia officials are being told to devise a plan to slash carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. more »»

Not All Federal Money Is Handouts

June 3, 2014 Another study reminding West Virginians how reliant we are on the federal government has been released. About 26. more »»

Keeping Mele On Benwood Council

June 3, 2014 Benwood City Council members have quite a tangled mess to unsort when they meet next Monday for a special hearing on the municipal election in May. more »»

Compensation Fund Needs Help

June 2, 2014 Ohio was among many states in which enormous increases in the number of unemployed people during the past several years placed stresses on programs intended to help them. more »»

Follow Ohio Lead On Electric Rules

June 2, 2014 Sometimes being a leader is the wrong thing to do — if you are taking people in the wrong direction. more »»

Restore American Space Self-Reliance

June 2, 2014 At one time, Americans would have been able to laugh off a thinly veiled threat last week by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin. No more, thanks to President Barack Obama. more »»

Privatizing Garbage Service in Benwood

June 2, 2014 More and more municipal officials are beginning to take fresh, unbiased looks at services their towns and cities provide. more »»

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