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Nowhere to Go But Up in W.Va.?

January 16, 2016 Many humans have a need to feel superior to at least some other people. more »»

Thanks, But No Thanks

January 16, 2016 It was the one thing I wanted. Eight years old and that larger-than-life doll was all I could think about when Santa asked what I wanted for Christma. more »»

Look for Next Not-So-Big Thing in W.Va.

January 10, 2016 Who saw craft beer coming as a job creator in West Virginia? Economic development, not just here but in most states, tends to be a jackpot affair with government picking winners and losers. more »»

End Gun Violence by Curing Nation’s Other Sickness

January 10, 2016 Let it be known that I applaud President Obama’s recent effort to establish a legacy for gun control, but I fear it is futile. more »»

Variety of Local, State, National Offices on Ballot for May

January 10, 2016 Monday will be the first day for candidates to file to be on the ballot for this year’s primary election in West Virginia. Filings will be accepted through Jan. 3. more »»

Racing Subsidies Back on Agenda

January 9, 2016 West Virginia legislators have to fill a $353 million hole in the state budget, but there’s good/bad news about that:?They may be part of the way there, even before going into session next week. more »»

A Smoking Hot Issue

January 9, 2016 I still want one, every day. I know that sounds crazy but after more than 30 years of having given up cigarettes, I still want one. more »»

Let’s Just NAEP Kids In W.Va.

January 3, 2016 For years, state education officials have pointed out the shortcomings of the National Assessment of Educational Progress program. more »»

WV Hospitals Doing Their Part to Improve Health

January 3, 2016 CHARLESTON, WV -Much has been written about the benefits of healthcare coverage expansion to West Virginia hospitals through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). more »»

Marshall County Chamber of Commerce Ready for 2016

January 3, 2016 The Marshall County Chamber of Commerce is up-and-ready for the new year! The board of directors have elected officers and approved the dates and sites of events which the Chamber will be involved i... more »»

Preparing for Winter; No More Toys; and Afterlife Museum

January 3, 2016 Traffic Headache Relieved The result of opening the Interstate 70 westbound exit onto Marion Street in Bridgeport is profound. more »»

New year means new beginnings

January 3, 2016 A new year is a time for beginnings. And the natural world is replete with examples. Though the plant world is presently dormant, a variety of animals have already begun a new cycle of life. more »»

Share Your Outdoors Photos With Us

January 3, 2016 This entry is the latest Sunday News-Register’s “Shot of the Week,” where a different outdoor shot submitted by a reader is featured both in the newspaper and on our CU photo gallery website, cu. more »»

Will Justice Stay in the Race?

January 2, 2016 While he was U.S. attorney for West Virginia’s Southern District, Booth Goodwin was prohibited by federal law from campaigning for elective office. This week he resigned, effective at year’s end. more »»

Love Affair With Vinyl

January 2, 2016 I engaged in a love affair of sorts with some old flames this past week and it’s all my husband’s fault. Now before you jump to some illicit conclusions, hear me out. more »»

Marketing Wonderful, Wild W.Va.

December 27, 2015 Occasionally, I can hear coyotes howling from the woods near my home. more »»

Know Your Feeder Birds

December 27, 2015 The best time to learn how to identify birds is now. The best place is at the feeders in your backyard. Typically, fewer than 25 species visit winter feeders. more »»

Republicans Take Care of Cronies in W.Va.

December 27, 2015 Over and over again, we’ve seen corporate power players loot a company. more »»

Pride and Courage; Warm Weather; and Force Awakens

December 27, 2015 W.Va. ‘Pride’ and ‘Courage’ on Display for Parade Be on the lookout for the “Wild, Wonderful West Virginia” float in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day. more »»

Public Safety Building Getting Much Needed Renovations

December 27, 2015 Fifty individuals who included several retired sheriffs deputies and former Marshall County Commissioners Don Mason and Brian Schambach, were among those attending the Open House of the Marshall... more »»

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