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Racism is tearing our country apart

July 23, 2016 Non-Hispanic whites make up 63 percent of the U.S. population, followed by Hispanics at 17 percent, blacks at 12.3 percent, Asians at 5 percent and multiracial Americans at 2. more »»

 
 
 
Christ is answer to drug problem

July 23, 2016 My heart is saddened as I receive another phone call to inform me of the death of a young man who overdosed on drugs. I have received this call all too often in recent months. more »»

GOP will stop Donald Trump

July 23, 2016 “We Republicans must stand together and vote for Trump” who is a lifelong Democrat. Wow, “we Republicans” are voting for a Democrat. How can that be? The Donald puts Hillary and Obama down. more »»

School closures cause problems

July 23, 2016 I read about yet another county school board proposal to close more schools with astonishment. I, as well as all parents and grandparents, should have real concerns about the process itself. more »»

Recycling could make difference

July 16, 2016 Garbage services in Elkins cost each household and business, approximately $200 per ton. more »»

Immorality is the way of the nation

July 16, 2016 I was pleased to read Mr. Randy Brooks’ letter in Monday’s (June 20) edition. more »»

Common ground on gun violence

July 9, 2016 According to recent polls, 50 percent of National Rifle Association members support a five-day waiting period on gun purchases This prevents most suicides and many homicides. more »»

Outpouring for victims amazing

July 9, 2016 I live in Parkersburg now, grew up in Elkins, and was in Elkview June 28 to assess the flood damage to a propane fill plant for the company that I work for. more »»

Highway system being neglected

July 9, 2016 West Virginia taxpayers spend an extraordinary amount of money to maintain the state’s network of roads, bridges and sidewalks. more »»

Thanks offered for donations

July 2, 2016 We, the mayor, council and employees of the town of Mill Creek, would like to say thank you to all the businesses and individuals who donated and supported our successful auction and cake walk May 7... more »»

Beware of the barbecued bugs

July 2, 2016 What ever happened to the good old days when our worst worries on the Fourth of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks? A well-warranted worry, according to the Department of Agriculture’s Mea... more »»

Pete Gray event a big success

July 2, 2016 I wanted to write a big thank you to everyone that made the Pete Grey Invitational a great success last weekend. more »»

Everything we do in life comes down to morality

June 20, 2016 The Internet is abuzz about Calvin Kline’s new ad showing a racy shot of Klara Kristin’s underwear clad crotch, but it doesn’t excuse the fact that sex sell. more »»

TVHS fundraiser a big success

June 18, 2016 I would like to thank everyone for their donations and purchase of T-shirts for “Bricks for Bulldogs,” an initiative to beautify a handicapped accessible platform at Tygarts Valley High School’s... more »»

The problem is not gun control

June 18, 2016 First, let me say that my heart goes out to all the families who lost their sons and daughters in the Muslim terrorist attack in Florida. more »»

America made up of immigrants

June 18, 2016 Who are immigrants? All of our forefathers. If you are not 100 percent Native American, then you are from a family who immigrated here from another country. more »»

DMC is nonprofit, community hospital

June 11, 2016 As president of the DHS Foundation Board of Directors and a member of the Davis Health System Board, I sincerely thank the Randolph County Commission for its investment of $50,000 in the Transformin... more »»

Donations very much appreciated

June 11, 2016 I want to thank each and every person, and business that donated anything at all to Carol Mallow’s benefit held on May 7 at the Beverly Fire Hall. It was a huge success and very much appreciated. more »»

Health insurance provides protection

June 11, 2016 In today’s high tech, high cost health care system, everyone needs insurance to protect their health and financial securit. more »»

Organizations need the support

June 11, 2016 Even though I am very grateful for the work of members of the West Virginia Legislature, the current impasse has been very frustrating for staff members of local health departments, including the... more »»

County, city battle recession

June 4, 2016 As was reported on a Charleston TV station a few weeks ago, the state has been hit hard with a recession. Elkins as well as the county has felt the affects of that recession. more »»

 
 

APICULTURAL ASSOCIATION MEETING July 25, 2016

APICULTURAL ASSOCIATION MEETING: Highlands Apicultural Association will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Randolph County West Virginia Agricultural Extension Office classroom. There will be a presentation on the importance of bees to agriculture. more »

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