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Fair deemed a success

August 8, 2015 Thank you to all who shared a beautiful summer day at Vintage Fair on the Lawn for the benefit of Kump Education Center. more »»

Support is appreciated

August 8, 2015 The family of Donald R. Carr would like to thank everyone who purchased hot dogs, baked goods and gave donations at our fundraiser June 9 at Wal-Mar. more »»

Walk raised funding

August 8, 2015 The annual Randolph County Cancer Support Group 3-Mile Walk was held recently at Riverbend Park in Elkins. more »»

Library expansion is vital for the future

August 1, 2015 How exciting that the Randolph Elkins library is going to be expanded! As I was thinking of the library as it is now, and how it could be a greater benefit to the community, several things came to... more »»

America is changing, whether we like it or not

August 1, 2015 Suppose; while entering the freeway, you see cars backed up and smoke from a car accident up ahead. You can’t go back down the on ramp. There is no exit between you and the accident. more »»

Woofstock event was a ‘purrfect’ day in the park

August 1, 2015 On behalf of the Randolph County Humane Society, RCHS would like to thank the loyal RCHS supporters and families in the community who attended our first annual Woofstock, A Purrfect Day in the Park... more »»

Confederate flag controversy rages on

July 25, 2015 Everyone is jumping through hoops to be the next politically correct moron to do their part to rid the world of that evil Confederate Flag. more »»

Home buyers can be victimized

July 18, 2015 Anyone can become a victim: a euphemism far more common than you may think. more »»

Iran deal working toward peace

July 18, 2015 Iran deal or war — which would you rather have? Me, I am for peace not war. So why not try to work with Iran so we can keep a watch on them so we can keep Iran from becoming a superpower. more »»

Honor Flight in need of assistance

July 4, 2015 Honor Flight is a nonprofit that was formed in 2005 with the sole mission of transporting America’s veterans to Washington, D.C., free of charge to see the memorials that were built in their honor. more »»

Court ruling was absolutely wrong

July 4, 2015 On Friday, June 26, 2015, a piece of America died. It will not be revived, but rather our nation will be further desecrated as the LGBT movement moves on to Phase Two and Phase Three. more »»

Health insurance info available

June 27, 2015 On June 25, the United States Supreme Court once again upheld the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). This law has helped 16 million Americans and about 180,000 West Virginians gain health care coverage. more »»

Welfare system needs reform

June 27, 2015 America’s welfare system was designed as a stepping stone to aid individuals and families that are either underemployed or unemployed until they can support themselves with more ease. more »»

Sale of fireworks should be legalized

June 27, 2015 The time is overdue for West Virginia to follow the lead taken by New York in legalizing the sale and use of certain consumer fireworks. more »»

Bureaucracy the bane of our lives?

June 20, 2015 Everyone has heard about them: Lazy, incompetent, always passing the buck, and more than willing to accept a bribe to speed things up. more »»

Tygarts Valley High event was a success

June 20, 2015 The Tygarts Valley High School FBLA cakewalk at George Ward Elementary School June 13 was a great succes. more »»

Cigarette butts still count as littering

June 13, 2015 One of the more enjoyable events in my daily life that the city of Elkins hasn’t taxed, surcharged, levied or is in the process of “hysterically” — oops!, my bad — historically bonding, is my mornin... more »»

American flag should be respected

June 13, 2015 At times, we are so caught up in our daily lives that we forget the beautiful flag hanging in front of our county’s courthouse is more than a decoration, but the flag has a distinct purpose. more »»

Fast-track trade bill would cost U.S. jobs

June 13, 2015 “Fast track” is a jobs trade bill, which if passed will hurt American jobs. It will add to our trade deficit, and it will only benefit other countrie. more »»

No 911 mapping without road names

June 6, 2015 In the push to implement a 911 system, logic would demand the proper naming of roads first. According to the Randolph County Highway Department, I reside on the Mabie Cassidy Roa. more »»



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