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Editorials

Vaccine Reporting Mistake Cost W.Va.

West Virginians got a better idea Wednesday where the disconnect occurred between the thought that almost 75% of residents had received at least their first COVID-19 vaccine shot and a frightening surge in virus cases and deaths while officials pleaded for more people to get vaccinated. It ...

Taxpayers Need Relief

Earlier this month, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine took an important step in ensuring state government is not actively creating a burden for itself when he asked Attorney General Dave Yost to take legal action to reverse the Biden administration’s decision to withdraw the Medicaid work requirements in ...

Governor Should Focus on W.Va.

It seems Gov. Jim Justice just can’t help himself. On Tuesday, after a month of lobbying the Greenbrier County Board of Education to reverse its decision to not hire him as the head boys’ basketball coach at Greenbrier East High School (he already coaches the girls’ team, and also has a ...

Making Downtown Shine

City leaders in Wheeling continue to move forward with cleaning up the downtown, most recently painting the exterior of the 10th Street Garage in the form of the city flag. The new paint job, along with other improvements on that block at the Bridge Tavern, provide a pleasant look when compared ...

Keeping Children Safe In Vehicles

This is National Child Passenger Safety Week — a good reminder for anyone who has child car seats to make sure they are installed correctly and safely, and that they are using the correct design/size for their child. AAA East Central and the National Safety Council shared alarming data about ...

A Changing Job Market

Anyone who has driven through major business districts in our communities can tell you there are plenty of “Now Hiring” signs in front of businesses seeking qualified applicants for open positions. But even with that evidence of available jobs, a Policy Matters Ohio report confirms ...