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November 21, 2014 It seems everything has a price these days. Even freedom of information — the very foundation of our liberty. It can be very difficult to obtain information government officials don’t want us to have. more »»

‘Tis the season

November 20, 2014 Teams of volunteers are working hard to provide a veritable cornucopia of opportunities for local residents to celebrate the holidays this seaso. more »»


November 19, 2014 It should have come as no surprise that enrollment in West Virginia’s four-year public colleges and universities is down. more »»

Halfway home

November 18, 2014 Elementary students attended Harman School Monday for the first time this school year. more »»

Editorial Roundup

November 17, 2014 Those who want for social justice, decry exploitation and fret about income inequality ought to love the growing global economic trend. more »»


November 15, 2014 A group of about 10 campaign workers for the West Virginia Democrat Party has more than just a lot of explaining to do, as party officials deal with accusations the bunch treated Charleston lawyer... more »»


November 15, 2014 Just 37.3 percent of registered voters went to the polls for last week’s election in West Virginia. more »»


November 15, 2014 State Senate President Jeff Kessler is precisely what West Virginia Democrats need to recover from the Election Day drubbing they suffered last wee. more »»

Polio Plus

November 14, 2014 More than 100 people gathered at Elkins High School Tuesday to hear good music while supporting a noble cause. more »»


November 13, 2014 “Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause. more »»


November 13, 2014 West Virginia University President . more »»

Raise the Bar

November 12, 2014 After more than a year of uncertainty in the Randolph County judiciary, the long nightmare seems to have come to a conclusion. more »»

Manchin represents bipartisanship

November 10, 2014 Few Democrats had any reason to smile this week. By the hundreds throughout the country, they were thrown out of office. more »»

Case could turn state’s image around

November 3, 2014 Rightly or wrongly, West Virginia has the reputation among some of being a “judicial hellhole,” with the odds in many Mountain State courts stacked against businesses. more »»

Congress should push Corridor H completion

October 27, 2014 State officials hope to open another segment of Corridor H in eastern West Virginia later this year or, at the latest, early in 2015. more »»

Boos & Applause

October 25, 2014 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 »»

Libertarian candidates gaining traction

October 24, 2014 Three of the five candidates for the U.S. Senate from West Virginia are under no illusions about winning the election. They know they have no chance of prevailing. Rep. Shelley Capito, R-W.Va. more »»

Manchin trying to change minds

October 23, 2014 Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., has a well-deserved reputation as a conciliator, eager and often able to make political opponents understand his positions and sometimes agree with the. more »»

Punishments should be severe in Morgantown

October 22, 2014 Rioters who destroyed property and assaulted firefighters and police officers Saturday night in Morgantown should be prosecuted and punished severely. more »»

Belington Council ‘throws out’ proposal

October 21, 2014 Belington City Council did the right thing by voting last week to do away with a controversial proposed ordinance that would have required an application and a $25 fee from anyone who wanted to move... more »»



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