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A record of dishonesty

September 27, 2016 Imagine swapping Hillary Clinton for George Washington in the famous “I cannot tell a lie” story. Almost assuredly, Clinton would have denied any knowledge of the chopped-down cherry tree. more »»

 
 
 
False attacks

September 24, 2016 Ronald Reagan, after having endured Jimmy Carter’s endless stream of attacks, answered during a debate “there you go agai. more »»

What matters in preservation

September 24, 2016 Preservation Alliance of West Virginia has convened for its annual conference in Beverly this weekend with the theme: “This Place Matter. more »»

Sugar, spice and everything nice

September 24, 2016 I already have told you how much I love fall. I love all things fall. I love the cool, crisp air. I love football. I love pumpkins and leaves and all the wonderful flavors of fall. more »»

Changes are just a part of life

September 24, 2016 I heard a quote once that the only thing constant in life is change. There is an element of truth to that. I do not know about you, but I fight change. I do not like it. more »»

Family weekend a success

September 22, 2016 Do you remember the back-to-school Staples commercial that generally runs in August featuring jubilant parents preparing to send their kids back to school ... more »»

Consider legalizing marijuana

September 20, 2016 Right after the 4th of July, I spent a week in Denver, where marijuana is legal. more »»

Charter schools are not the answer

September 20, 2016 Suppose you save up and buy a nice, new sport utility vehicle. The all-wheel-drive is the big attraction for those of us who drive country roads during the winter months. more »»

Actions have weakened the U.S.

September 17, 2016 Whoever wins the presidency, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, either will have to confront some harsh realities on the global front. more »»

Focus on fentanyl is key

September 17, 2016 Last month when there were nearly 30 overdoses in Huntington in just four hours, West Virginia was once again in the headlines because of a drug-related issue. more »»

Finding new answers for old problems

September 17, 2016 It is time to look at our cultural values and reconsider what is happening to young people in our communities. more »»

Give up the baggage

September 17, 2016 When the Bible says that we will not fight against flesh and blood, but against principalities and rules of darkness, it doesn’t follow up with a how-to guide on determining exactly how those... more »»

Camping in the ‘old’ days

September 17, 2016 When sitting on my front porch, looking around the neighborhood, I can see the home of my brother- and sister-in-law, Don and Darlene. more »»

Philippi Covered Bridge now open

September 17, 2016 Hello, from Barbour County, home of the new and improved Philippi Covered Bridge. more »»

Some thoughts as summer comes to an end

September 17, 2016 Today, the reality of summer’s end is all around me. There is that look of the last days of summer. The trees and flowers have the beginning of the autumn glow when the color of yellow sneaks i. more »»

We must continue to dream

September 15, 2016 This past week, Davis & Elkins College celebrated Founder’s Day. more »»

Update U.S. energy policy

September 14, 2016 When United States Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz visited West Virginia on Monday, he got a first-hand look at our state’s role in America’s energy revolution. more »»

A wordsmith’s wordsmith

September 12, 2016 I have always had an interest in words, almost since the time I was taught how to read them and put them together in combinations. I am always in search of the “perfect” word or phrase. more »»

Sept. 11 changed the nation, world forever

September 10, 2016 Every generation seems to have its proverbial “Day of Infamy.” For some, it’s the bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. For others, it’s the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. more »»

‘Rule or ruin’

September 10, 2016 For Democrats and Republicans alike, the campaign of 2016 has revealed much about the political structure that is disarming, to say the least. more »»

Red Cross is there in times of need

September 10, 2016 Setp. 11, 2001, began as any work day normally would. People were traveling to work, getting kids ready for school and other activities. However, that normalcy took a drastic change at 8:45 a.m. more »»

 
 
 

 

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