Heart health event deemed a success
April 5, 2014 Midland School students had a successful fundraiser Saturday, March 22, at the school gymnasium. The goal this year was $2,000 and 60 students surpassed that goal with a record amount of $6,227.11. more »»
Where are highway funds being spent?
April 5, 2014 Since I have been tracking the use of Highway Trust Funds and where the funds are supposed to go I have never heard Congress or any other watch dog group ask the one big question: What did we spend... more »»
Canada suffering from war on coal
March 29, 2014 I am responding to the article “Capito has every reason to smile.” Democrats, and many labor union members, are justified to feel “furious about … the White House’s war on coal. more »»
Reader offended by new praise for Putin
March 15, 2014 Did I really hear all these traitorous, anti-American, conservative Republicans praising a brutal, oppressive, communist dictator who not only fixed his last election and disallowed any opposition t... more »»
New technology prompts concerns
February 22, 2014 The members of Ambassador Baptist Church and their Teen Youth Group would really like all to know our sincere gratitude to the following businesses that made our recent Valentine’s Banquet a great... more »»
Insurance changes offer few choices
February 8, 2014 Around 1990, I took out personal insurance, which included the coverage for a pre-existing condition. This was possible thanks to the first President Bush and Congress. more »»
Reader ‘ridiculed’ by local politicians?
February 8, 2014 I believe a correlation exists between large-scale failures causing the water crises in the Charleston area harming more than 300,000 people and the small-scale failures of Philippi officials who... more »»
Keep pets safe, warm in extreme weather
January 25, 2014 With severely cold weather approaching, the Randolph County Humane Society would like to advise all pet owners to bring their pets inside and to use caution when exposing pets to the cold. more »»