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Barbour County Fair set to begin

August 23, 2014 Fall is in the air in Barbour County! I love this time of year. The leaves are starting to change and the air is getting cooler. It’s also time for football and festivals. more »»

 
 
 
Snelson speaks for teachers and students

August 23, 2014 What a delight it was to read the direct discourse in the lead article on the front page of The Inter-Mountain Tuesday. more »»

Rehabilitating roadways and futures in the Mountain State

August 23, 2014 When it comes to our roadways, rehabilitation is a term we often hear during the summer months. more »»

How to combat compassion fatigue

August 23, 2014 Compassion fatigue seems very oxymoronic for many in the helping professions or ministry, and individuals who have the gift of mercy. more »»

Obama thinking legacy

August 23, 2014 After almost six years in the White House, President Barack Obama is undoubtedly thinking of his legacy. more »»

Preventing substance abuse and mental illness

August 21, 2014 Recently, I announced that West Virginia has been chosen by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to receive more than $1 million over the next three years for the development of an... more »»

Gee to visit Elkins Railyard Saturday

August 20, 2014 West Virginia University friends, graduates and supporters will welcome WVU President E. Gordon Gee to Randolph County this month as part of his statewide tour. more »»

Obama disappoints old guard

August 16, 2014 For Democrats, Barack Obama’s administration has been bittersweet in that it had promoted liberal values while appealing to corporate money. more »»

Mentoring teachers will make a difference

August 16, 2014 Davis & Elkins College and Kump Education Center sponsored a workshop Monday to help train experienced teachers who will serve as mentors for D&E student teachers this fall. more »»

Safety fair set in Barbour County

August 9, 2014 It’s back to school time in Barbour County! Ready or not, here they come! First of all, let me remind everyone to be on the lookout for those big yellow buse. more »»

Funding a dilemma for rural education

August 9, 2014 Harman School is an example of the dilemma facing schools in small communities across America. more »»

Obama must hold the Senate

August 9, 2014 As the 2014 election season heats up, President Barack Obama is faced with the daunting task of holding the Senat. more »»

Help those who are grieving

August 9, 2014 The helpless feeling washes over you as you pull into the grocery store. You feel numb, and wonder what on earth it must feel like to have lost a loved one. more »»

City Park to be alive with the sound of music

August 9, 2014 When August makes its appearance, school’s start cannot be far away and the people of this area recount names like Siedoff, Basil, Goodwin, Caplinger, Channell, Kittle, Baker and Bohon knowing there... more »»

State negligent on covered bridge

August 8, 2014 When people think of Philippi, the image that immediately pops into their head is the covered bridge. The bridge draws many tourists, especially during the Blue and Gray Festival. more »»

Never-ending journey — by school bus

August 7, 2014 Parents of Harman School students are understandably alarmed at the prospect of their children traveling about 23 miles one way from Harman to Elkins by school bus twice each weekday until necessary... more »»

Newspapers still making a difference

August 7, 2014 After more than two decades in the field of journalism, newspapers continue to excite me. It’s because they are exciting. more »»

Some true public servants still exist

August 7, 2014 Gloria desargues, Robert “hero” Henry and Ken Imer are wrong, wrong, wrong. But they are wrong for all the right reasons. And they are good people and true public servants. more »»

Tennant’s silly new stance

August 5, 2014 U.S. Rep. Shelley Capito, R-W.Va., has been working hard for years to stop President Barack Obama’s war on coal and affordable electricity, not to mention Obamacar. more »»

Retire at age 65 ... or not?

August 4, 2014 Isn’t 65 the traditional retirement age? Perhaps, but baby boomers are modifying the definition of a traditional retirement (if not redefining it altogether). more »»

Growing old gracefully in a youth-obsessed world

August 2, 2014 There is reluctance in our culture to grow old gracefully. We see it everywhere we turn: we find another answer to the aging problem. more »»

 
 

 

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