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Preparing for WINTER

November 1, 2014 Perhaps there is no time in the year that reminds us more of our primitive origins than the Thanksgiving season, and I can’t think of any place but down our country roads that supplies a better... more »»

 
 
 
Rural renaissance underway in Randolph

November 1, 2014 Last week in the Saturday Gazette-Mail newspaper, Rick Steelhammer published an article under the title “Renaissance in Randolph” telling the story of the struggle to save Harman School. more »»

Confusion within the Dem ranks

November 1, 2014 Democrats in their zeal to survive the midterms are creating confusion among their own ranks.Suddenly Democratic candidates are retreating from Barack Obam. more »»

Analyzing 47th District race

November 1, 2014 Fighting for the 47th district’s vacant House of Delegates seat are Democratic candidate Tammy Stemple and Republican rival Danny Wagner. more »»

Be diligent in your prayers for wisdom

November 1, 2014 Every once in awhile, you and I are left “scratching our heads” and wondering how on earth did we or someone we know get taken in by a cultish individual or group of individuals. more »»

Get ready to ‘fall back’ this weekend

November 1, 2014 Happy birthday to Round And About Barbour County! This month marks two years that I have been writing the county news, and I appreciate all of the followers who read this column and take the time t... more »»

AIDS a bigger killer than Ebola

October 31, 2014 Worried about Ebola? Well, you should be, for several reasons. But if you want to talk about a real mass killer, HIV/AIDS ought to be on your mind. more »»

Ending a world health crisis

October 29, 2014 In the 1950’s, annual epidemics of polio were devastating. An outbreak in 1952 was the worst in our country’s history. more »»

Gainer starts slinging mud

October 28, 2014 Here’s a rule of thumb in politics: Never anger anyone who you don’t need to alienate for a good reason. more »»

Should you buy the dips?

October 27, 2014 When stocks retreat, should you pick up some shares? If you like to buy and hold, it may turn out to be a great move. more »»

Credibility gap is dividing the GOP

October 25, 2014 Republicans have waged a campaign which links every Democratic candidate with President Barack Obama. more »»

Brokenness is the road to usefulness

October 25, 2014 A shattered and broken person releases the fragrance of God. more »»

The fellowship of the mystery

October 25, 2014 A great revival spirit was recently experienced in the Tygart Valley with special speaker Pastor David Wilmoth from Lebanon/Bristol, Va. more »»

CDC branches out in all directions

October 24, 2014 Would it surprise you to learn that one of the functions of the Centers for Disease Control is to prevent “teen dating violence”? The CDC also battles bullying. more »»

Epidemics and government

October 21, 2014 By Friday, nearly 30 countries had established bans on travel to and from the three countries — Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea — hit hardest by the Ebola outbreak. more »»

Four words you should not believe

October 20, 2014 “This time is different.” Beware those four little words. They are perhaps the most dangerous words an investor can believe in. more »»

Festivals abound in Barbour County

October 18, 2014 Hello from Barbour County! I love to see all the beautiful leaves. It’s that time of year for festivals, popcorn, apple butter, crafts and more. more »»

We should live like we are dying

October 18, 2014 As the leaves fall to the ground and the air becomes more crisp, there is a hush that comes over the state and that is the knowledge that winter is right around the corner. more »»

The language of learning to behave has significant impact

October 18, 2014 Last week, the top headline in the Sunday Charleston-Mail read “Discipline, test score linked. more »»

GOP will not make agenda known

October 18, 2014 Upbeat unemployment figures gave President Barack Obama a boost in the effort to preserve a Democratic majority in the United States Senate. With the data showing that 5. more »»

Debate didn’t change minds

October 14, 2014 Who won this week’s televised debate between Rep. Shelley Capito and Secretary of State Natalie Tennant? Neither of them. more »»

 
 
 

 

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