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Property owners must be compensated fairly

April 4, 2015 “For the good of all a few must suffer.” That is a quote I heard from a national park superintendent when they wanted to acquire more property to establish a national park. more »»

Don’t blame the parents

March 28, 2015 It was disappointing to see the front page of The Inter-Mountain on Wednesday, March 18. more »»

We must not give in to the madness

March 28, 2015 It is a common-place thing in today’s political realm. more »»

Bible condemns homosexuality

March 28, 2015 The Bible doesn’t speak of homosexuality very often, but when it does it condemns it as sin. more »»

Neighbors are a real blessing

March 21, 2015 We are living in a time of great pain and sorrow throughout the world. The Bible speaks of the last days in pretty bleak terms. It would most certainly seem we are living in those days. more »»

The Lord is fair to everyone

March 21, 2015 I read with interest the article published in The Inter-Mountain on Fairness for Elkins. more »»

Humane Society gives thanks

March 21, 2015 On behalf of the Randolph County Humane Society, I would like to thank the loyal RCHS supporters and dinner patrons who attended our fourth annual “Spay-ghetti” dinner fundraiser at the American... more »»

Republicans at root of problem

March 21, 2015 Well, here we go. You voted the GOP to control our government, and they are going to balance the budget by cutting the SNAP and food stamp program and not raise any tax on the rich. more »»

Picture was worth 1,000 words

March 21, 2015 The Inter-Mountain picture on the front page, above the fold, Tuesday, March 17, made me so happy. Harman’s upper classmen have been missed, and it’s so obvious. more »»

Non-discrimination resolution reviewed

March 14, 2015 I have been involved with the Fairness for Elkins campaign from its beginning. more »»

Solar bill subject of some controversy

March 14, 2015 In its zest to send a message to Washington, the West Virginia Legislature has carelessly endorsed an amended HB 2201 which will penalize home and business owners who have made an investment in solar. more »»

Colonial Place wins statewide praise

March 14, 2015 As the executive director of the West Virginia Assisted Living Association, it is a great pleasure to say how proud we are of Colonial Place Assisted Living Home in Elkins. more »»

DNR officials know what they’re doing

March 7, 2015 The other day a friend asked me why I didn’t write to the editor anymore. more »»

Many benefits to spaying, neutering

March 7, 2015 World Spay Day was observed on the last Tuesday of February, and this marks the 21st year of this global campaign, presented by the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society... more »»

Look for bright spots

March 7, 2015 We are living in a time of great pain and sorrow throughout the world. The Bible speaks of the last days in pretty bleak terms. It would most certainly seem we are living in those days. more »»

ON TRAC survey prompts comment

February 28, 2015 I have viewed the ON TRAC downtown parking survey and it has no place for comments. I’ve read what the ON TRAC meeting members stated in the newspaper yesterday (2/20/15. more »»

U.S. nutrition panel changes guidelines

February 28, 2015 The U.S. Advisory Panel on Dietary Guidelines has finally mustered the courage to recommend that Americans eat less meat and dairy products. more »»

No does, no bucks

February 28, 2015 What a great statement made by Mr. Manolidis in his article dated Feb. 18. I was glad that he had read my article of Jan. 12. more »»

Paper carrier earns words of praise

February 28, 2015 I want to say thank you to one of your motor carriers. She delivers my paper Mondays through Saturdays in Philippi, Mansfield Addition. Her first name is Peggy. more »»

Bill protects unborn children

February 21, 2015 The West Virginia House of Delegates passed H.B. 2568, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, in a bipartisan vote of 87-12; and it is now being considered in the West Virginia Senate. more »»

 
 
 

 

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