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Right To Work law a mistake?

February 18, 2015 The newly elected Republicans want to hurt our working-class people by passing a right to work law. Joe Manchin even came out against it. This week he told our reps to slow down on changing laws. more »»

Board dragging feet over repairs

February 14, 2015 I would like to respond to board member Donna Auvil for stating her feelings were hurt by comments in the paper, but she didn’t worry about hurting our feelings with her comments. more »»

Right to work is bad for W.Va.

February 14, 2015 Right to work is bad politics for our state. In reality, more jobs doesn’t equate with better economics. It’s a facade that makes job statistics look better, smoke and mirrors. more »»

Prevailing wage is misunderstood

February 14, 2015 Some of the folks most opinionated on the issue of “prevailing wage” don’t seem to understand what it is. more »»

Pipeline should garner support

February 7, 2015 The proposed Atlantic Coast Gas Pipeline is being opposed by various environmental groups on the grounds that they oppose any hydrocarbon fuel used in our electric power generating facilities. more »»

Go, Grow WV need investigated

February 7, 2015 Apparently, I am not the only one concerned by Mark Scott and Grow WV’s obscene $100,000 purchase of Barbour/Tucker’s seat in the Hous. more »»

There are still some good people

February 7, 2015 My husband and I went to Bob Evans restaurant Sunday, Feb. 1, for a late afternoon dinner. We were shown to our table and waited on. more »»

Plate project needs support

February 7, 2015 West Virginians now have the opportunity to order the new state In God We Trust specialty license plate for their vehicles. more »»

Does the PSC represent us?

January 31, 2015 It is known that the state Public Service Commission is comprised of an appointed president and two commissioners. All are of very impressive backgrounds, achievements and present positions. more »»

Glass recycling is very costly

January 31, 2015 West Virginia’s 50 local solid waste authorities (SWAs) were created in 1989 by W.Va. Code section 22C-4. more »»

Goodwin has done great job

January 31, 2015 Reflecting back on the year 2014, West Viginians were once again witness to the obvious — some corporations continue to operate as if they are in a third world county. more »»

Free trade has hurt our state

January 31, 2015 Free trade agreements have all but eroded West Virginia’s once-booming manufacturing and industrial sector. more »»

Harman resident upset with BOE

January 24, 2015 You may decide this is a worn-out subject and not print what I am writing, but here we go. I am a resident of Dry Fork District. I have a grandchild attending Harman School in Elkins. more »»

Concerned about pipeline’s impact

January 24, 2015 The Board of Directors of the Shavers Fork Coalition has significant concerns relating to the routing of the proposed Dominion Resources Atlantic Coast Pipeline through the Shavers Fork Valley. more »»

Glass recycling a community issue

January 24, 2015 Glass recycling for reuse is where glass food and beverage containers are removed from the waste stream, sorted then shipped to a processing company and then melted down to make new bottles and jars... more »»

Long ‘to do’ list for U.S. Congress

January 24, 2015 Keystone pipeline is the only job bill the GOP wants to approve. Yet after it is built it will only produce 35 permanent jobs. It is owned by Canada. It will not supply any oil for the U.S. more »»

Bring all students back to Harman

January 17, 2015 The citizens of the Harman community find it quite astounding with the situation for the high school students of Harman High School to return. more »»

State chamber applauds move

January 17, 2015 The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce applauds the leadership of the West Virginia Legislature on passing a new rule that will allow the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate to... more »»

School delays are wasting tax money

January 17, 2015 School delays. What a waste of our tax money just to get credit for a day of school. Now, some counties are having a three-hour delay. more »»

Freedom of the press attacked

January 17, 2015 We join the rest of the world in mourning the brave staff of the magazine Charlie Hebdo, gunned down by religious fanatics for defending freedom of the press. Meat industry fanatics in the U.S. more »»



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