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Proper harvesting of timber can enhance habitat

August 29, 2016 I think some clarification is needed regarding the editorial article “Protection: Birthplace of rivers need preserved” dated, July 1. more »»

Elkins takes action on drug problem

August 27, 2016 Four years ago when I took office, the biggest issues facing the city were the landfill and the water project. We have made significant progress on both. more »»

Commission made the right decision

August 27, 2016 I was one of the speakers opposing the proposed school levy for Randolph County this November. more »»

New leadership really is needed

August 27, 2016 Once again, history has been made — a woman could be president. more »»

Since I have returned to Elkins

August 27, 2016 Since moving back to Elkins 12 years ago, I have watched people lose jobs and businesses close. Crime, homelessness, feral cats have increased, just to name a few. more »»

Times changing once again

August 20, 2016 In 1964, when I was a very young lad in high school, Bob Dylan wrote a song called “The Times They Are A-Changin’.” While the lyrics never actually pinpoint what’s changing, Mr. more »»

Humane Society event a success

August 20, 2016 The Randolph County Humane Society would like to thank Ronnie Moats, manager of Applebee’s, as well as the staff of Applebee’s restaurant for their help during the recent pancake breakfast for the... more »»

‘It’s time to dispel the myth’

August 13, 2016 When Thomas Jefferson saw there was no negotiating with Muslims, he formed what is now the United States Marine Corps. The Marines were attached to U. S. more »»

Flood disaster is fixed with faith

August 13, 2016 I am a 16-year-old from New Jersey. I felt strongly about your recent editorial regarding the lack of attention to flood victims as time progresses. more »»

Donald Trump just acting out

August 13, 2016 I have watched both of the conventions, and this is what I learned. more »»

Thank you for the Jazz Walk

August 13, 2016 Congratulations and thanks to Elkins Main Street, the West Virginia Jazz Society and local sponsors for Friday night’s Elkins Jazz Walk. more »»

Racism is tearing our country apart

July 23, 2016 Non-Hispanic whites make up 63 percent of the U.S. population, followed by Hispanics at 17 percent, blacks at 12.3 percent, Asians at 5 percent and multiracial Americans at 2. more »»

Christ is answer to drug problem

July 23, 2016 My heart is saddened as I receive another phone call to inform me of the death of a young man who overdosed on drugs. I have received this call all too often in recent months. more »»

GOP will stop Donald Trump

July 23, 2016 “We Republicans must stand together and vote for Trump” who is a lifelong Democrat. Wow, “we Republicans” are voting for a Democrat. How can that be? The Donald puts Hillary and Obama down. more »»

School closures cause problems

July 23, 2016 I read about yet another county school board proposal to close more schools with astonishment. I, as well as all parents and grandparents, should have real concerns about the process itself. more »»

Recycling could make difference

July 16, 2016 Garbage services in Elkins cost each household and business, approximately $200 per ton. more »»

Immorality is the way of the nation

July 16, 2016 I was pleased to read Mr. Randy Brooks’ letter in Monday’s (June 20) edition. more »»

Common ground on gun violence

July 9, 2016 According to recent polls, 50 percent of National Rifle Association members support a five-day waiting period on gun purchases This prevents most suicides and many homicides. more »»

Outpouring for victims amazing

July 9, 2016 I live in Parkersburg now, grew up in Elkins, and was in Elkview June 28 to assess the flood damage to a propane fill plant for the company that I work for. more »»

Highway system being neglected

July 9, 2016 West Virginia taxpayers spend an extraordinary amount of money to maintain the state’s network of roads, bridges and sidewalks. more »»

Thanks offered for donations

July 2, 2016 We, the mayor, council and employees of the town of Mill Creek, would like to say thank you to all the businesses and individuals who donated and supported our successful auction and cake walk May 7... more »»


CHENOWETH REUNION September 3, 2016

CHENOWETH: The 102nd Chenoweth reunion will be Sept. 3 at the Chenoweth shelter on the Chenoweth Creek Road. Registration will begin at 11 a.m. with lunch at noon. Those attending are asked to bring their favorite covered dish, pictures and memories and an item for the raffle. more »

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