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World Spay Day set for Feb. 22

February 13, 2016 World Spay Day is observed on the last Tuesday of February, and this year marks the 22nd year of this global campaign, presented by the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society... more »»

W.Va. in state of fiscal crisis

February 13, 2016 We all have read how West Virginia’s budget is in terrible trouble, and there seems to be little consensus about how to deal with the problem. more »»

Service animals are a big help

February 13, 2016 I am a parent of a high-functioning autistic daughter who has a service dog to keep her calm in certain places where lots of people are around (restaurants, grocery stores, retail stores, etc.). more »»

Vets shouldn’t be used for votes

February 13, 2016 What a joke, the Donald wouldn’t show up for the debate, yet he tried to play the veterans card for votes. Wow, he raised $6 millio. more »»

Gas wars are frustrating

February 13, 2016 I would have to say that nearly everyone knows just what a “gas war” is, but we living here in Parsons, Tucker County, must feel that a gas war is not between gas stations, but is in fact, a war... more »»

Fire fees are necessary for city

February 6, 2016 I wanted to take this opportunity to explain the new fire fee that has been implemented for property owners, both individual and commercial in the Elkins Fire Department response area. more »»

We really need to address issues

February 6, 2016 If you have ever wondered why politicians use the term “common sense,” this is for you. All of us have heard the term “common sense” being tossed around by politicians from both sides of the aisle. more »»

Laws are against unions, workers

February 6, 2016 The working class Democrats were too lazy to get out and vote at our last election and the Republicans took over our state and now we all will pay for it. more »»

Effort during storm worthy of praise

January 30, 2016 After one of the strongest snowstorms to hit West Virginia in the last 50 years, there are a lot of emotions I could be feeling. Mainly, I am feeling gratitude. more »»

Christmas lights in need of repair

January 30, 2016 With our deepest gratitude, the Elkins Depot Welcome Center thanks the city of Elkins Street Department, Ed Griesel and Elkins Electrical Contracting Co. more »»

Tobacco tax hike a must for W.Va.

January 30, 2016 As a parent, I do everything I can to protect my daughter and make sure she has all the tools she needs to make the right life choice. more »»

NIP program helps community

January 30, 2016 Since the Great Recession of 2008, we continue to recover from a dramatic economic downturn, and many groups have had to make sacrifices as public funding opportunities diminish. more »»

Play sets a bad example for all

January 16, 2016 This is going to make some people angry. So be it. To knoweth to do right and do it not, to Him it is sin. For a Christian, that is not a suggestion, it is a mandate. more »»

Cruz and Paul are viable candidates

January 16, 2016 I do entirely agree with the letter by Randy Brooks in the Saturday, Jan. 9 edition of The Inter-Mountain’s Letters to the Editor section. more »»

Reader gives thanks for Zirbs’ assistance

January 16, 2016 I would like to thank the following people who donated to help purchase two televisions for John Zirbs to ensure he had a nice Christmas holiday: J Rod, Karen Eye, Stanley Teets, Will Shaw, Ben... more »»

GOP wasting money on bill

January 16, 2016 Well, here the GOP goes again, kicking the same old horse, voting for the umpteenth time to do away with the affordable health care law. more »»

Officials give thanks for help

January 16, 2016 The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve and the Marine Corps League Leland D. “Crow” Crawford Detachment 956 of Elkins completed their 13th annual Toys for Tots distribution in the Elkins region. more »»

Is 2016 our most important election?

January 9, 2016 The last seven years has been a banner time for criminals. Not only has President Obama pardoned hardened criminals, he has allowed criminals from south of the border into this country. more »»

Fundraiser a success

January 9, 2016 As the year 2015 comes to a close, we look back on our memories with fondness and think of how much the community has given back to our school. more »»

Homeowner unhappy with Elkins officials

January 9, 2016 I returned to Elkins and purchased a home on First Street five years ago. I work hard to maintain my property and to keep it in good repair. more »»

How to actually keep a New Year’s resolution

January 9, 2016 Must we really resolve to improve our diets or exercise routines in the New Year, in order to increase longevity or improve quality of life? Unfortunately, gun violence and traffic accidents are... more »»



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