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Senior citizen policies need focus

September 6, 2014  All of us are getting older but those of us at the bottom of the actuarial tables face particular challenges. Most of us lead full lives but we worry about our increasing ailments. more »»

Fighting before the wedding

September 5, 2014 Betrothed women of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your husbands’ names. more »»

One country, one system

September 5, 2014 The promise the Chinese government made to Britain and to the world as Hong Kong reverted to Chinese control at midnight on June 30, 1997, that China would abide by the “one country, two systems”... more »»

Celebs’ nude pix: Whose problem?

September 5, 2014 The FBI is looking into what millions of people are looking at: hacked photos of naked celebrities. more »»

Fair wraps up; events scheduled

September 5, 2014 Hello from Barbour County, home of Queen Hannah Matlick, our new Miss Barbour County. Congratulations, Hannah! The Barbour County Fair has come to a close and it was a week filled with fu. more »»

Taxes a burden

September 4, 2014 Where’d all the money go? If you spent part of the Labor Day weekend paying bills, that question may have entered your mind. I may be able to help with a partial answer: Washington. more »»

Armory deal not good

September 4, 2014 The proposal by the city of Elkins to move forward at this time as the sole owner of the old National Guard Armory is administratively unwise and fiscally imprudent. more »»

Adjusting to Retirement

September 2, 2014 If you have saved and invested consistently for retirement, you may find yourself ready to leave work on your terms — with abundant free time, new opportunities, and wonderful adventures ahead of... more »»

Little things that can be big things

August 30, 2014 Pondering seems to be something that I do while sitting on the back porch, always amazed at the world God has given us, from the green grass to the blue sky. more »»

The queen of the Seneca Trail

August 30, 2014 Kump Center will host an Exhibit of 1930s Forest Festival Memories and first floor tours of the Kump House Oct. 1-4. more »»

Giants are stalking everywhere

August 30, 2014 You may be going about your life, working, enjoying loved ones and minding your own business, then the giant appears. Oh, the giant may not be another person, then again, it might. more »»

Age of shoddy

August 30, 2014 During the Civil War, a problem with military material would frequently emerge, becoming so common that an observer pronounced it was indicative of the “age of shoddy. more »»

No wall on border ignores history

August 25, 2014 More than 400 years ago, the first permanent English settlement was built at Jamestown. The first action these explorers took was to build a triangular wooden wall to fortify their settlement. more »»

Barbour County Fair set to begin

August 23, 2014 Fall is in the air in Barbour County! I love this time of year. The leaves are starting to change and the air is getting cooler. It’s also time for football and festivals. more »»

Snelson speaks for teachers and students

August 23, 2014 What a delight it was to read the direct discourse in the lead article on the front page of The Inter-Mountain Tuesday. more »»

Rehabilitating roadways and futures in the Mountain State

August 23, 2014 When it comes to our roadways, rehabilitation is a term we often hear during the summer months. more »»

How to combat compassion fatigue

August 23, 2014 Compassion fatigue seems very oxymoronic for many in the helping professions or ministry, and individuals who have the gift of mercy. more »»

Obama thinking legacy

August 23, 2014 After almost six years in the White House, President Barack Obama is undoubtedly thinking of his legacy. more »»

Preventing substance abuse and mental illness

August 21, 2014 Recently, I announced that West Virginia has been chosen by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to receive more than $1 million over the next three years for the development of an... more »»

Gee to visit Elkins Railyard Saturday

August 20, 2014 West Virginia University friends, graduates and supporters will welcome WVU President E. Gordon Gee to Randolph County this month as part of his statewide tour. more »»

 
 
 

 

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