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Losing Wager

November 30, 2015 For the past couple of years, state officials have been whistling past the fiscal graveyard in West Virginia. more »»

W.Va. must protect our public servants

November 27, 2015 Government buildings cannot be made entirely secure against violent intruders. more »»

Special day brings us all together

November 25, 2015 Thursday marks a day of thanks, when we all gather with family and friends to count our blessings and look to the future. more »»

Too much Info

November 23, 2015 If you want confidential information about a company’s employees in West Virginia, including Social Security numbers and how much they are paid, there is no need to find a computer hacker to get it... more »»

Boos & Applause

November 21, 2015 Editor’s note: During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Inter-Mountain weighing in — pro, con or neutral. more »»

State government is reaching for your money

November 20, 2015 If someone grabbed your wallet and tried to take $26 out of it, you’d be angry. You’d probably call the police. Well, someone just tried to do that. Don’t bother calling the police, though. more »»

Saving Babies

November 19, 2015 West Virginia has one of the highest percentages of children covered by health insurance in the nation. more »»

Marijuana in the Mountain State

November 18, 2015 Ohio voters, by a nearly two-to-one margin, saw through the many spurious arguments made by a well-funded organization seeking to legalize marijuana. more »»

West Virginia must do more to help

November 17, 2015 West Virginia has one of the highest percentages of children covered by health insurance in the nation. more »»

Major Flaw

November 16, 2015 West Virginia has had plenty of bad news when it comes to its rankings among the states in terms of various measures of well-being. more »»

State’s standardized test scores not acceptable

November 13, 2015 Some critics of standardized testing argue it does not always provide an accurate assessment of what students know. more »»

Pipeline Pandering

November 11, 2015 Natural gas and oil pipelines should be as safe as possible, both in terms of avoiding disasters such as explosions and fires and in safeguarding the environment. more »»

Hi-Tech Gamble

November 10, 2015 Surely West Virginians have learned technology, especially when the government is involved, is not the answer to all our problems. more »»

Tough Task

November 9, 2015 Coaches know how critical momentum can be, even in a lopsided game. If you’re ahead on the scoreboard, it is critical for your team to remain aggressive, otherwise there may be an upset. more »»

Voting against levy sends wrong message

November 6, 2015 In today’s sometimes dismal political and socioeconomic climate, doubts abound about the direction in which this country is moving and the future of its youth. more »»

Federal control over public schools a bust

November 5, 2015 One wonders whether it has crossed President Barack Obama’s mind that one reason schools spend so much time preparing for and administering tests to students is that the federal government requires... more »»

CHIP program key to insuring W.Va. kids

November 4, 2015 West Virginia ranks so low in most evaluations of our residents’ well-being that it sometimes comes as a shock when we do wel. more »»

Capito and colleagues stand up to the EPA

November 3, 2015 Swift, decisive action has enabled President Barack Obama to shove Congress aside on several issues about which the will of the people should rule — by the design put in place by our nation’s... more »»

W.Va. no longer a ‘judicial hellhole’

November 2, 2015 No one can say with certainty how many jobs have been lost to West Virginians because our state was viewed as a “judicial hellhole” for year. more »»

Suffering Kids

October 30, 2015 As other woes mount in West Virginia — jobs lost, severance taxes down, statewide budget cut, drugs flooding our state at a crippling rate — many of our youngest Mountaineers are suffering. more »»



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