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Road Funding Changes Vital

November 25, 2014 It has been obvious for the past couple of years that a new Interstate 70 interchange is needed at The Highlands in Ohio Count. more »»

Hagel Departure Is Not Reassuring

November 25, 2014 President Barack Obama does not seem to have very good luck in keeping secretaries of defense. The third one of his administration, Chuck Hagel, is resigning. more »»

Question Use Of U.S. Troops

November 24, 2014 About 2,000 American soldiers are in harm’s way this week — not against terrorists in the Middle East but in the fight against Ebola in West Africa. more »»

Democrats Erred On Pelosi, Reid

November 24, 2014 Most Democrats in Congress seem to have learned nothing from the Nov. 4 elections. By repudiating President Barack Obama’s policies, many voters also were being critical of Democrat leaders in the U. more »»

Putting Emphasis On W.Va. Energy

November 24, 2014 West Virginians will likely look twice at news that Republican leaders in Charleston are planning to elevate the Legislature's energy committees to major committee status. more »»

Islamic Terrorism Worldwide Threat

November 24, 2014 Kenyans on the bus stopped by armed men at dawn on Saturday knew they were in trouble when their assailants demanded each recite the Shahada, part of Islamic scripture. more »»

Time to Stop EPA Is Now

November 23, 2014 Within a few years, your electric and natural gas bills will be drastically higher than they are today — perhaps by as much as $1,000 a year — if President Barack Obama and his liberal cronies are... more »»

Ensuring Fire Hydrants Function

November 23, 2014 To judge by a report on Bellaire’s still relatively new volunteer fire department, its operations are going virtually without a hitch. With one exception. more »»

Be Careful During Deer Hunting Season

November 23, 2014 Deer season for hunters who use guns begins Monday in West Virginia. It is expected as many as 330,000 of them will be roaming the fields and forests of the Mountain State during the next two week. more »»

Pats on the Back:

November 23, 2014 -- To teachers, principals and other staff at local schools where children are encouraged to be actively compassionate. more »»

Give Specifics On Budget

November 22, 2014 No doubt some local taxpayers’ eyebrows raised last Tuesday when City Manager Robert Herron predicted that if the municipal sales tax is increased as planned, Wheeling’s budget could show a $1... more »»

Making Progress At Housing Board

November 22, 2014 Problems with the Jefferson Metropolitan Housing Authority finally have come to a head. It appears some residents of JMHA housing complexes are impatient for improvements to be made. more »»

Stop Obama’s Abuse of Power

November 21, 2014 Beating the will of the people to the punch is not part of the job description for presidents of the United States. Neither is altering or hamstringing laws with which a chief executive disagrees. more »»

Infrastructure Needs Attention

November 21, 2014 Charleston-area residents whose water comes out of the West Virginia American Water treatment plant on the Elk River received a reminder that chemical tanks are not the only worry, when it comes to... more »»

Enforce Pledges To Repair Roads

November 21, 2014 Harrison County commissioners are right to be upset about a two-year delay in repairing roads damaged by power company projects. They also are correct in how they addressed the problem. more »»

Making Unlawful Immigrants Legal

November 21, 2014 President Barack Obama has an interesting way of dealing with about 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States: Simply declare about half of them are not illegal. more »»

Rockefeller Vote Wrong for W.Va.

November 20, 2014 Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., has lost touch with his constituents — even with many of the Democrats who traditionally have supported hi. more »»

Drilling Waste Rules Appropriate

November 20, 2014 Radioactivity from “drilling mud” sent to landfills may not pose a threat to human health, but it still should be controlled and monitored at landfills in West Virgini. more »»

Brown’s Excuse Makes No Sense

November 20, 2014 Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, stuck with his fellow ultra-liberals Tuesday, in voting against a measure to allow construction of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. more »»

Moundsville Council Right About Center

November 20, 2014 Moundsville City Council members were right to reverse themselves on a prior decision regarding the Sanford Center. more »»

 
 
 

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