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Levy protects our children, our future

October 13, 2015 One of the few things most folks agree upon is that change is a certainty. The new thing about change however, is that it is happening so fast everywhere and in all things. more »»

A vote of confidence and a challenge

October 12, 2015 Helping secure the future for D&E was part of the motivating vision in Joni’s and my return four months ago. more »»

Say yes to the Randolph County Schools levy

October 10, 2015 Public schools are our best investment in the future. Say YES for the Randolph County School Levy on Nov. 7. more »»

Clinton, Bush out of touch

October 10, 2015 Both Republican and Democratic operatives are scrambling to gain control of the nomination process. more »»

’Tis the season: Mountain state hunters take to the woods

October 10, 2015 As orange and gold splash the forest tree-tops, bright gleams are also coming to our hunters’ eyes. more »»

We should be welcoming the stranger

October 10, 2015 My memory was jogged recently during Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S. more »»

Parents drug testing their children

October 9, 2015 It would be nice to see long lines of parents queuing up to get the free drug test kits being offered in Ohio County. Want to bet whether it’ll happen? Last week, U.S. more »»

WVU offers class on preserving meat

October 9, 2015 The WVU Extension Service in Barbour and Randolph counties is hosting a class to cover the specifics of preserving meat. more »»

Common Core showdown

October 6, 2015 Quite a few West Virginia legislators are looking forward to a showdown on Common Core public school standards in January or February. more »»

Many events on tap in Barbour County

October 5, 2015 Hello and happy fall from Barbour County! It sure it a beautiful (and busy) time of year. Have you been enjoying the Forest Festival? Forest fire season is now in effect until the end of the year. more »»

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October 5, 2015 Shortly after 9 o’clock last Sunday evening — as I was wrapping up last week’s Monday Letter — an email came in from sophomore Grayson Blythe, editor of the Aurora Literary Journa. more »»

Improving economy, bad vibes

October 3, 2015 The press in the main have looked with shock at the “divisive” nature of the 2016 Presidential Campaign. more »»

Drugs hurt everyone, especially kids

October 2, 2015 Dominic Dickinson, of Columbus, Ohio, died of a drug overdose on May 13. He was 11 months old. Baby Dominic somehow ingested heroin and fentanyl, a much-abused painkiller, his parents had obtained. more »»

Festival a special one for our family

September 28, 2015 OK ya’ll, this is part one of two. more »»

Clinton in a dogfight

September 26, 2015 Until Hillary Clinton straightens out the mess with her email accounts, the chances of her receiving the Democratic nomination decrease. more »»

Ecology of area has changed

September 26, 2015 Reading old Forest Festival programs is a good way to learn about local history and the changing attitudes toward ecology. more »»

Does ‘home’ change or do we?

September 26, 2015 I am an avid reader, currently halfway through “Guests on Earth” by Lee Smith, my sister Juanita’s favorite author, and mine. In it, Smith quotes Thomas Wolfe’s famous line, “You can’t go home again. more »»

Revival and reflections on Christ’s coming

September 26, 2015 Greetings in the precious name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, The Living Son of Jehovah God and their mighty Holy Ghost! We’re getting settled into our new house, just a stone’s throw away... more »»

‘It’s not overwork, it’s overflow’

September 26, 2015 Have you ever wondered how you are going to get through a day? Maybe sleep has eluded you due to the crushing weight of worry. more »»

Do we deserve failing schools?

September 25, 2015 Reaction to our most recent round of editorial insistence that West Virginians need to do better in improving public schools has been predictabl. more »»



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