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Hospital Safety Report Is Criticized

July 6, 2014 Editor, News-Register: For 23 years, I worked in Pittsburgh while living in Wheeling. I am no stranger to defending my town and state against the evils of misleading polls, surveys and “public dat. more »»

Friends of Wheeling Cemetery Tour Praised

July 6, 2014 Editor, News-Register: My wife Sharon and I went on the Friends of Wheeling Greenwood Cemetery tour recently. It was wonderful, all the people who brought back to life the people they were portraying. more »»

Price Paid for Stamp Is Labeled ‘Obscene’

July 6, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Regarding June 17 article, “Rare 19th Century Stamp Could Set Record at NYC Auction,” I feel if anyone could afford to pay $10-20 million for a single stamp, regardless of age... more »»

‘Bean Poll’ Covers Fracking, Deficit

July 6, 2014 Editor, News-Register: The results of a new opinion poll, dubbed “Bean Poll” because opinions were expressed by placing dried beans in jars, seem to show a majority of Ohio Valley residents feel... more »»

Don’t Cut Firefighters, Police

June 30, 2014 Editor, News-Register: This is an open letter to the Wheeling mayor, city manager and to Council. more »»

Fire Dept. Understaffed

June 29, 2014 Editor, News-Register: The City of Wheeling has a responsibility to provide an adequate, well trained, well equipped, fire department for the protection of life and property for its citizens. more »»

Fund Other Technologies

June 29, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Regarding June 7 editorial “Vendetta Against Coal is Apparent.” It is felt the annual federal coal research funding should be increased back to $692 million as it was in 2009. more »»

Road Work Is Criticized

June 29, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Hey Wheeling, are you tired of chipped paint and windshields? Thank your local DOH for not doing their jobs. From patching roads in the Grove to patching holes, terrible jo. more »»

Stand Up for Our Freedoms

June 27, 2014 Editor, News-Register: I, like most Americans, am native born with ancestors who migrated to this country because it offered a way of life allowing for opportunities with freedom and rights. more »»

Police, Firefighters Praised

June 25, 2014 Editor, New-Register: My son just completed a week of camp called the Junior Police/Fire Academy. This camp was put on by the Wheeling Police Department and the Wheeling firefighters. more »»

It’s Cool Not To Smoke

June 22, 2014 ditor, News-Register: As the health officer of the Wheeling-Ohio County Health Department and an avid “Peanuts” fan, I recently had the opportunity to spread the message of the dangers of tobacco... more »»

Help Children With Autism

June 22, 2014 Editor, News-Register: On your mark, get set, GO! That was the phrase one of our students used to start the 1st annual COLOR ME AU-SOME 5K last Saturday at Heritage Port. more »»

Fight Voter Suppression

June 20, 2014 Editor, News-Register: The right to vote is under attack in about 30 states. The right of black and Latinos are the ones usually under attack. more »»

Architect Fee Questioned

June 17, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Regarding June 4 article “Arena Upgrades Unveiled”: $365,000 for architects? They must design structures that float in the heavens! Is $100,000 of that for designing the new... more »»

How to Deal With Bergdahl?

June 17, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Published reports indicate that Sergeant Bergdahl walked away from his platoon under his own power, and into enemy hands. He remained for five year. more »»

McKinley Should Help EPA, Not Fight It

June 15, 2014 Editor, News-Register: I am responding to the front page article in this newspaper on Wednesday, June 11, “McKinley Leading the Charge Against EPA. more »»

Doing More for Our Nation’s Veterans

June 15, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Congress must act now for our veterans. more »»

Victims Suffered Cruel Deaths, Too

June 15, 2014 Editor, News-Register: The Ohio Supreme Court will hear arguments as to whether a condemned criminal was subjected to cruel and unusual punishment during an attempted executio. more »»

Still Recovering From Republican Mistakes

June 15, 2014 Editor, News-Register: The most recent job report, for May 2014, is quite positive and most encouraging as it confirms that during the aforementioned period, U.S. more »»

Democrats Not Helping Us in the Ohio Valley

June 15, 2014 Editor, News-Register: With regard to your front page story in the Friday, May 30, edition, I can assure you that nobody in the U.S. more »»

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