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Landfill issue money needed

August 3, 2013 Editor: Once again the city of Elkins and Randolph County are facing another crisis with the Elkins-Randolph County Landfill. more »»

Veterans need more support

August 3, 2013 Editor: Veterans, we know you are proud of Del. Richard Iaquinta, D- Harrison, who is a fellow veteran and chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee. more »»

Harman program can still be saved

July 27, 2013 Editor: The following is an open letter to Randolph County Superintendent of Schools Terry George. Dear Mr. more »»

ATV access would benefit seniors

July 27, 2013 Editor: I appreciate the response from Monongahela Forest Supervisor Clyde Thompson about our proposal to allow ATVs on existing forest service roads that are presently open to all other motor... more »»

Babe Ruth teams raising funds

July 20, 2013 Editor: A sincere and heart-felt thank-you to the wonderful people of Elkins and Randolph County who supported the 14-year-old Elkins Babe Ruth All-Star team during the state tournament at Nutter... more »»

Reader taking Manchin to task

July 20, 2013 Editor: An open letter to Sen. Joe Manchin from a West Virginia resident: Dear Sen. Manchin, Facts according to the United States Census Bureau: 1) West Virginia is ranked No. more »»

Do dogs belong at car shows?

July 20, 2013 Editor: I have a request for the people who bring their dogs to public events such as the car show or other events in Elkins City Park or anywhere else for that matter. more »»

Californian sends a warning for W.Va.

July 20, 2013 Editor: I am a former Elkins resident, and a graduate of Elkins High School and Davis & Elkins College. more »»

Are officials wearing rose-colored glasses?

July 13, 2013 Editor: In a time when our once-great nation is on the verge of a financial implosion, it is truly gratifying to know the city of Elkins, Randolph County, the Randolph County Board of Education, the... more »»

Tucker officials must show professionalism

July 6, 2013 Editor, Since my retirement and relocation to Tucker County, in 2007, the one thing most prevalent about providing these emergency medical services (whatever it was called then) has been an almost... more »»

Transportation bill has some ‘dirty little secrets’

July 6, 2013 Editor: There are “dirty little secrets” in the new 2014 transportation bill that Congress doesn’t want you to know about. more »»

Consensus needed on ATV usage change

June 29, 2013 Editor: The June 15 edition of The Inter-Mountain contained a letter to the editor regarding a proposal from the West Virginia Open Trails Association to open roads on the Monongahela National... more »»

Group appreciates continued support

June 29, 2013 Editor: Thank you from the Randolph County Cancer Support Group to the Woodford Memorial United Methodist Church for its continued support. more »»

Reader asks for return of missing bicycle

June 29, 2013 Editor: I would appreciate if whoever has taken my son’s 10-speed bike off the porch of our church two weeks ago would return it please. He got the bike two years ago as a Christmas gift. more »»

Does ignorance or tyranny rule in U.S.?

June 22, 2013 Editor: As we watch and listen to what is happening in Washington (and government as a whole for that matter, from the White House to the courthouse) an old saying comes to mind: “Ignorance is... more »»

Chamber welcomes new executive director

June 22, 2013 Editor: The Buckhannon-Upshur Chamber of Commerce would like to take this opportunity to welcome the newest member to our executive team. more »»

Proposal would open National Forest roads

June 15, 2013 Editor: The West Virginia Open Trails Association has been working with the management of the Monongahela National Forest to open existing forest service roads to all motor vehicles including off ... more »»

Local housing official clarifies statements

June 15, 2013 Editor: In The Inter-Mountain’s article of June 8, I was misrepresented as being “unaware” of a rumored trend regarding our local Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program. more »»

Quilt show organizers respond to complaint

June 15, 2013 Editor: Putting on a quilt show is a big job. It takes many volunteer hours made up of Buckhannon Quilters at Heart Guild members and Upshur County CEOS member. more »»

Raising awareness of pancreatic cancer

June 15, 2013 Editor: As a volunteer for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, I’m writing this letter to ask for your help and the help of your readers in letting our members of Congress know the importance of... more »»

 
 
 

 

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