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Did a hidden agenda lead to comments?

February 23, 2013 The following comments are in response to citizens coming before the Tucker County Commission to voice concerns regarding EMS. The trivial word “gobbledygook” came to mind. more »»

City needs someone to make tough calls

February 23, 2013 It is that time of year again, and we find ourselves approaching another election. All of the candidates in a roundabout way have stated their platform in The Inter-Mountai. more »»

Second Amendment vital to individuals, country

February 23, 2013 Just a little over a year ago, the Elkins City Police were called to a scuffle in the downtown district near a ba. more »»

Response to audit calls for educational reform

February 16, 2013 Editor, At Helianthus LLC (www.helianthusonline.com ), we see the Education Audit more as a call to action rather than a specific roadmap to education transformation in West Virginia. more »»

Gaining connectivity to Internet a long struggle

February 16, 2013 Editor: After completing two tours to Afghanistan, my husband, a U.S. Army veteran, and I made the decision to return to Elkins to raise our son. more »»

Problems predicted due to WVIAC realignment

February 16, 2013 Editor: First of all, let me state that I am the father of a college athlete and am truly blessed with a son who works hard at both academics and sports. more »»

NRA official only speaks for the manufacturer

February 9, 2013 Editor: The latest figures say that 86 percent of current National Rifle Association members support an assault weapons ban and universal background checks. more »»

Reader ashamed of VA van receiving tickets

February 9, 2013 Editor: For 35 years, the Disabled Veterans van has parked in the City Hall parking lot, along with police cars and vets in the gravel lot behind City Hall. more »»

Bringing dignity to the state’s first Poet Laureate

February 9, 2013 Editor: In the Jan. 19, 2013, edition of The Inter-Mountain, there appeared an article on Karl Dewey Myers, the first Poet Laureate of West Virginia. more »»

Completion of Corridor up to state legislators

February 9, 2013 Editor: It seems to me that about two years ago, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, along with Reps. more »»

Does W.Va. need to ‘move on’ from coal?

February 2, 2013 Editor, The Jan. 28 editorial in The Intermountain merits a response, as I watched the Obama inaugural address and did not hear him say anything about coal. more »»

Looking for memories of her father from Elkins

February 2, 2013 Editor, Hello to all in Elkins. My name is Anastasia Chewning. My father was Rudy Jr. Chewning, and his momma and father were Rudy and Mabel Chewning. more »»

Questioning Randolph’s 911 addressing methods

February 2, 2013 Editor, My wife and I made our home in Monterville our permanent residence 3 1/2 years ago. more »»

Bullies should be held accountable for actions

January 26, 2013 Editor: Even as we make every effort imaginable to protect our kids from being bullied, both online and in their daily lives, at some point we have to stop coddling the perpetrators, as well as the... more »»

Many contributed to student’s senior project

January 26, 2013 Editor: I would like to thank the following businesses and people for helping make my senior project a success: The Leading Creek Volunteer Fire Department and especially Maci, Martha and Terry from... more »»

Gun control not the way to stop violence

January 19, 2013 Editor: Is gun control the answer to the violence taking place in America today? Before we can answer that question properly, we must answer this one. more »»

Guns are just objects, but minds can be evil

January 19, 2013 Editor: Over the years, my dad would tell us about his school year days. Caught between a great depression and a great war, many men didn’t receive a great education. more »»

Peoples Law School: tax money well spent

January 19, 2013 Editor: I want to thank the people for having the third Peoples Law School. We in Randolph County are fortunate to have these classes, and we learn so much about the law. more »»

All teachers, subjects are equally important

January 19, 2013 Editor: There seems to be a school of thought in this country that high school and college students are wasting their time if they aren’t studying math and science. more »»

Trucking regulations can be taken too far

January 12, 2013 Editor: We all drive the highway and byways here in West Virginia every day, but when we drive on the interstate or truck routes we become annoyed by the fact we are being held up or being passed on... more »»

 
 

 

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