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Students Are WVU Priority

October 8, 2014 No doubt West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee’s emphasis on serving students will be applauded by many Mountain State residents — and rightly so. more »»

Handling School Discipline in Ohio

October 8, 2014 When students misbehave in school, teachers and administrators have to do something, for the good of both the youngsters involved and their classmates. more »»

Cut Bureaucracy, Red Tape at WVU

October 8, 2014 Perhaps West Virginians ought to elect E. Gordon Gee governor of our state, or even work to send him to the White House. He has refreshing ideas about bureaucrac. more »»

Federal Agencies’ Suspicions Natural

October 8, 2014 Mismanagement of a federal “stimulus” grant has come back to haunt West Virginia officials — as well it should. more »»

Policing Clubs, Bars in Weirton

October 7, 2014 When bars in Ohio and Pennsylvania close, patrons who want another drink can hop in their cars and drive to West Virginia. Bars here can stay open until as late as 4 a.m. more »»

Take Advantage Of Early Voting

October 7, 2014 Early voting for the Nov. 4 general election began throughout Ohio today. more »»

Exclusion From Program Puzzling

October 7, 2014 Moundsville officials probably are puzzled over why a state board rejected the city’s request for home rule authority. more »»

Protect Yourself Against Influenza

October 7, 2014 Concern about exotic diseases is high because of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. News a Liberian man visiting Texas had brought Ebola here heightened the worry among many Americans. more »»

Wind Energy Has Cost, Too

October 6, 2014 West Virginians whose jobs have fallen victim to the attacks on reasonably priced electricity provided by coal-fired power plants are all too familiar with the praise heaped on allegedly less... more »»

Wind Energy Has Cost, Too

October 6, 2014 West Virginians whose jobs have fallen victim to the attacks on reasonably priced electricity provided by coal-fired power plants are all too familiar with the praise heaped on allegedly less... more »»

Battle Is Against Vicious Ideology

October 6, 2014 Islamic State terrorists beheaded another hostage Friday. The British man joins a countryman and two Americans beheaded by the organization some persist in calling “militants” or “extremists.” No. more »»

Keep Wheeling Streets Passable

October 6, 2014 Keeping streets and roads as safe as possible is among local government’s most important tasks. more »»

Helping America’s Wounded Warriors

October 6, 2014 Brian Keaton made history Saturday in throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a professional baseball game. more »»

Newspapers Part Of Communities

October 5, 2014 Virtually every profession, industry and special interest has its own annual celebration. Did you know October is National Popcorn Popping Month? Many observances are purely for fun. more »»

Focus on the Basics In W.Va. Schools

October 5, 2014 It appears new West Virginia state school Superintendent Michael Martirano is a nuts-and-bolts leader, rather than one of those so-called “visionaries” whose lofty goals disguise the fact he has no... more »»

Ruling Reflects Badly on Tennant

October 4, 2014 Thoughtful West Virginia voters will not miss the irony of recent events involving the campaign for a Senate seat from our state. Rep. Shelley Capito, R-W.Va., is the easy favorite to win the sea. more »»

Enjoying Autumn Festivals Locally

October 4, 2014 One of the pleasures of living where we do is enjoying the four seasons. And this weekend is the time to revel in autumn. more »»

Allowing Voters Choice in W.Va.

October 3, 2014 Democrats are fond of accusing Republicans of “voter suppression,” most often for requirements with which all voters must comply, intended to keep elections honest. more »»

Tennant’s Office Wrong About Cost

October 3, 2014 Adding insult to attempted injury regarding the election case outlined above was the reaction of Secretary of State Natalie Tennant’s office. more »»

It’s Time to Adapt At W.Va. Tracks

October 2, 2014 Especially during the past few years, many businesses and industries have changed, some dramatically. Some have not made the cut. more »»

 
 
 

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