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Treating More Drug Addicts

September 8, 2014 If you think the war on drugs has been going well in this part of the country, you have not been reading the newspaper. Drug-related arrests are in the news virtually every da. more »»

School Counselor Should Be Fired

September 8, 2014 Ohio County Board of Education members did the right thing in February, after learning Ritchie Elementary School guidance counselor Kristyn Fetcko had been indicted on charges of selling illegal... more »»

Ensure Children Attend School

September 7, 2014 Students don’t learn much when they are not in school, and West Virginia has a problem with that, according to a national organization. more »»

Require Drillers To Obey the Law

September 7, 2014 Many area residents have benefitted from the gas and oil drilling boom — but that is no license to ravage the environmen. more »»

Reduce Tax Burden On Property Owners

September 7, 2014 Ohio County educators and school administrators should view their top priority as improving service to students, of course. That said, another priority set officially last week is laudable, too. more »»

Taking the Lead In Steubenville

September 6, 2014 About 150 people were concerned enough about violence in Steubenville to attend a Wednesday night meeting to discuss the challenge. They’re outnumbere. more »»

Expedite Lawsuit Against the EPA

September 6, 2014 Irreparable harm will be done to many American families if the Environmental Protection Agency’s campaign to close coal-fired power plants is not blocked. more »»

Online Gambling Up to Legislature

September 5, 2014 West Virginia Lottery Director John Musgrave believes the state can replace lost gambling revenue through online gambling. more »»

Cleaning Up From Nuclear Mistakes

September 5, 2014 President Barack Obama’s administration seems to have billions of dollars to throw away on unrealistic “alternative energy” subsidies — but not enough to clean up dangerous mistakes from the last... more »»

Ensure Nurses Are Drug-Free

September 5, 2014 Nurses whose judgment is impaired by drug abuse — either because they are under the influence when working with patients or are preoccupied with where to get their next fix — are dangerous. more »»

Moms, Dads First Line of Defense

September 5, 2014 A Moundsville mother has provided a “that’s how it’s done” example of protecting children from online predators. more »»

Getting Ready For Snow, Ice

September 4, 2014 Salt — plain old sodium chloride — is the key to a critical public service on which area residents depend during the winter months. more »»

Review Pipeline Safety Regulations

September 4, 2014 A review of safety regulations for natural gas pipelines in West Virginia should be the top priority for Mary S. Friend, named this week as the state’s top official in charge of the matter. more »»

Miners Can Trust Capito

September 3, 2014 After endorsing Barack Obama for president in 2008, the United Mine Workers union refused to make the same mistake when he was up for re-election in 2012. more »»

Monitor Children’s Online Activities

September 3, 2014 Parents are advised regularly and strongly to monitor their children’s online activities. The Internet is a jungle in which many predators stalk naive youngsters, it is explained. On Aug. more »»

Keeping Brutal Killers in Prison

September 3, 2014 Juvenile offenders, even those convicted of serious crimes, sometimes can be rehabilitate. more »»

Get More Students Interested in Dentistry

September 3, 2014 Just a few years ago, in 2010, about 80 percent of the incoming class at West Virginia University’s School of Dentistry was Mountain State residents. more »»

Educate People About Coal Role

September 2, 2014 Some Americans who never met a miner are beginning to wake up to the peril of President Barack Obama’s war on coal. more »»

Anti-Coal Move Has Big Price Tag

September 2, 2014 For well over half a century, the Kammer Plant south of Moundsville has been both a landmark and a boon for many Ohio Valley residents. more »»

Stamp Deserves Honor From Peers

September 2, 2014 U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp?Jr. is regarded highly for his quiet yet strong presence on the bench, as well as for his ability and dedication to the law. more »»

 
 
 

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