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August 10, 2013 - Applause to the Randolph County Humane Society for the massive amount of work and fundraising it performs to help stray animals in the area. more »»

Youth prison system needs revamped

August 9, 2013 Several changes in where West Virginia incarcerates juvenile offenders, along with $2 million in facility upgrades, are the result of a judge’s order that two centers for underage criminals be closed. more »»

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August 3, 2013 - Applause to the many volunteers who helped with the Upshur County Relay For Life event last weeken. more »»

Boos and applause

July 27, 2013 - Applause to those concerned, involved and ambitious folks who are getting involved with the project of attempting to build a public pool in Elkins. more »»

State police understaffed, underfunded

July 25, 2013 Most West Virginians live in rural or suburban areas, relying on sheriff’s departments and the State Police for public safet. more »»

Morrisey may battle Obama and the EPA

July 22, 2013 Patrick Morrisey may have come on the scene at just the right time to battle effectively against President Barack Obama’s war on coal and reasonable electricity prices. more »»

Boos and applause

July 20, 2013 - Applause to the beginning of construction on the latest section of Corridor H, a 20-mile stretch from Davis to Scherr Mountain. more »»

Medicaid expansion should be reconsidered

July 16, 2013 Health care is a massive, complex mechanism in the United States. more »»

When did tight ends turn evil?

July 16, 2013 One of the many shocking aspects of the Aaron Hernandez murder arrest is that the former New England Patriots star is a tight end. more »»

Boos and applause

July 13, 2013 - Applause to Elkins Mayor Van Broughton and Delegate Denise Campbell, D-Randolph, for meeting with local residents Wednesday to discuss ways to build a public swimming pool in Elkin. more »»

Do education officials think we’re stupid?

July 12, 2013 All school children learn at an early age that when you do something bad, it’s best to admit what you’ve done and take responsibilit. more »»

Do education officials think we’re stupid?

July 12, 2013 All school children learn at an early age that when you do something bad, it’s best to admit what you’ve done and take responsibilit. more »»

Boos and applause

July 6, 2013 - Applause to West Virginia University for considering taking on what it calls a “minority management role” at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank. more »»

Boos and applause

July 6, 2013 - Applause to West Virginia University for considering taking on what it calls a “minority management role” at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank. more »»

Living in the shadow of storms

July 5, 2013 As the cruise-in event in the Elkins Depot today kicks off the town’s Fourth of July festivities — including a fireworks display at 9:30 p.. more »»

Congress must stop war on coal

July 3, 2013 Time is short for members of Congress to do the right thing for tens of millions of Americans, as President Barack Obama’s decision to pull out all the stops on his war against coal makes clear. more »»

Low voter turnout a bad omen for state

July 1, 2013 Low voter turnout last fall in West Virginia should come as no surprise. Neither should the fact that fewer than one in four young voters went to the polls. more »»

Boos and applause

June 29, 2013 - Applause to the newly renamed Alderson Broaddus Universit. more »»

Budget madness

June 28, 2013 The new fiscal year begins on July 1 — three days from now — and government agencies must have budgets in place before that deadline. more »»

An Endless Battle Manchin to address

June 27, 2013 For thousands of years, mankind has battled one another in wars and skirmishes over everything from religious freedom to oil-rich land. One war even was incited by the killing of a pig. more »»

 
 

 

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