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Thousands learn they are losing their jobs

May 27, 2015 For hundreds of West Virginia and Ohio families, this weekend probably was not one of preparing for a carefree Memorial Day picnic or other outing. more »»

All Clinton emails should be released

May 26, 2015 A federal judge, perhaps disgusted by the blatantly political attempt to protect former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has rejected one aspect of it. He should proceed to the next step. more »»

Memorial Day

May 23, 2015 On Monday, the nation, our state and our community will take pause to remember those who have served our country so we can continue to enjoy our many freedom. more »»

Charity Scams

May 23, 2015 Americans are very compassionate, charitable people. When someone needs help or a cause such as battling disease is mentioned, we reach for our wallets. more »»

Promoting Tourism

May 23, 2015 Last week, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed into law a couple of bills meant to promote tourism in the Mountain State. more »»

Tax Reform

May 22, 2015 A special panel of legislators has been dealing with tax reform for West Virginia for weeks now, and there has been no talk about proposals for it. more »»

Reining In

May 21, 2015 In a U.S. Senate where lawmakers represent the best interests of their constituents, Sen. more »»

‘Just Slow Down’

May 20, 2015 “Click It or Ticket,” “Don’t Text & Drive,” and “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” have become familar to most area residents. more »»


May 19, 2015 When faced with the difficult decisions of finding the best place for an aging, perhaps ailing, loved one to live, many people find themselves considering nursing homes as some of the options. more »»

‘Alt Energy’ Boom

May 18, 2015 Ask a business executive about his wildest, most enjoyable dream. more »»

Commencement speakers offer advice to graduates

May 15, 2015 Our local colleges are holding their annual commencement ceremonies this month. more »»

Elkins to host conference after earning new status

May 14, 2015 Just weeks after being named a Main Street community, Elkins will play host to this year’s ON TRAC and Main Street communities’ spring training conference. more »»

National Police Week pays tribute to officers

May 13, 2015 Elkins Mayor Van Broughton issued a proclamation Monday designating this week as National Police Week in Elkins. more »»

United Way meets goal

May 12, 2015 This month the United Way of Randolph County marked its 53rd year of serving the community by achieving its $155,000 fundraising goal, with 100 percent of the funds benefiting locally affiliated... more »»

Standing Up to Obama

May 11, 2015 When West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey testified in front of a U.S. more »»

Boos & Applause

May 9, 2015 Editor’s note: During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Inter-Mountain weighing in — pro, con or neutral. more »»

Shrinking student totals plague schools

May 8, 2015 Both state and federal funding for school systems are dependent upon student numbers. more »»

National Nurses Week shines light on heroes

May 7, 2015 “Save one life, and you’re a hero. Save a hundred lives, and you’re a nurse.” — Unknown. more »»

Mihalyo will still have D&E connection

May 6, 2015 A local leader in education and business announced Monday he is leaving the community, but he will continue to help the school he has served for years. Dr. Michael P. Mihalyo Jr. more »»

DMC thriving while some hospitals close

May 5, 2015 Davis Medical Center is one of three West Virginia hospitals praised as strong in a report that listed six Mountain State hospitals as being vulnerable to closure. more »»



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