W.Va. nature helps tell U.S. fate
July 9, 2014 A movement in science has emerged that deserves the attention of all Americans. Some biologists have found a way to apply their research of animal-population ecology to the history of nations. more »»
July 5, 2014 Principal Cynthia Bodkin has started an important conversation at North Elementary School. more »»
Summer packed with activities in Barbour
June 28, 2014 Hello from Barbour County! I hope everyone is able to enjoy their summer. Just a reminder that Cornerstone Church in Industrial Park will be having kid’s camp from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday. more »»
Cantor’s defeat a true shock
June 28, 2014 For established politicians, the defeat of Eric Cantor, the House majority leader, in a primary no less, came as a shock. But for many Americans it was a matter of “it’s about time. more »»
Are you a workaholic?
June 21, 2014 Workaholics Anonymous has 20 questions, used as a screening tool, to help determine if you’re a workaholic. more »»
Celebrate all dads on Father’s Day
June 14, 2014 By Kimberly Morgan The Daily Grind Whether your dad has passed away, you never knew your father, or he is absent from your life, Father’s Day likely is painful for you. more »»
Events slated in Barbour County
June 14, 2014 Hello from Barbour County. Hip hip hurray! School is out. It seemed to drag on forever this year! Baseball season is coming to an end and folks can be seen around swimming pools and at picnics. more »»
How JFK haunts W.Va.
June 10, 2014 Within the first few sentences describing West Virginia in encyclopedic profiles, the state is often identified as unique for its designation as the only state entirely in Appalachia. more »»
Is ‘not Obama’ enough for GOP?
June 9, 2014 Though President Barack Obama’s first term was characterized by anemic economic growth, decreasing household income, prolonged joblessness, an unpopular health law, foreign policy blunders and bitte... more »»