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Great Program

July 29, 2015 The Elkins Rotary Club is offering a helping hand to a local organization that employs people with disabilities, and club members are asking anyone else who can lend a hand to do so. more »»

Hi-Tech Family

July 28, 2015 Often we hear complaints about how new technology — smart phones, tablets, social media — is alienating us from each other, keeping us from connecting in a human wa. more »»

Boom or bust?

July 27, 2015 Those whose hopes have risen and fallen on the idea that a natural gas industry boom was “this close” to delivering a major boost to the West Virginia economy are likely beginning to ask themselves,... more »»

Boos and Applause

July 25, 2015 Applause to Elkins Mayor Van Broughton’s order to fly the flag at City Hall at half-mast in honor of the five soldiers killed at a Navy operational center in Chattanooga, Tenn., last week. more »»

Troubling Data

July 24, 2015 Along with most of West Virginia, several local counties are experiencing rising unemployment rates this summer. more »»

Numbers Don’t Lie

July 23, 2015 A new report this week provided discouraging news for West Virginia — and our local counties — regarding poverty rates and the well-being of children. more »»

Trump: Politics as ‘un’usual

July 22, 2015 For the past half dozen presidential elections, it seems politicking has revved up earlier and earlier. With an already crowded field on both sides — Ohio Gov. more »»

A Job Well Done

July 22, 2015 The Board of Trustees of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Buckhannon recently announced that President and CEO Sue Johnson-Phillippe would be stepping down this fall. more »»

Grand Gesture

July 21, 2015 On Monday, Elkins Mayor Van Broughton ordered the flag at City Hall to be lowered to half-staff. more »»

Simple Solution

July 20, 2015 Voters like politicians who claim they have found easy, simple solutions to complex predicaments. Even better is when they insist someone other than their constituents will pay the tab. more »»

Boos & Applause

July 18, 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 »»

Stop the Madness

July 17, 2015 West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is surveying the state’s 55 county commissions to determine how many have prayers at their meeting. more »»


July 16, 2015 Local Rotary officials are pondering the possibilities of starting new clubs in Barbour and Tucker counties. more »»

State President Visits Alpha Delta Kappa Chapter

July 16, 2015 West Virginia Phi Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa had a visit from West Virginia State President Karen Alexander and State Chaplain Anita Richard. more »»

State providing funds for Community Corrections

July 15, 2015 The state is providing continued funding for a program in local counties that is helping deal with the problem of prison overcrowding. Last week, Gov. more »»

Fast Start

July 14, 2015 When West Virginia voters elected then-U.S. Rep. more »»

Regulatory Flexibility

July 13, 2015 Environmental regulators in West Virginia must walk two fine lines. One is between air, water and soil quality and the economy. more »»

Regulatory Flexibility

July 13, 2015 Environmental regulators in West Virginia must walk two fine lines. One is between air, water and soil quality and the economy. more »»

Kids at Risk

July 10, 2015 Sooner or later, a child in West Virginia is going to swallow a fatal overdose of heroin, die in a meth lab fire or be beaten to death by a drug-crazed adult. more »»

Will Randolph County vote yes again?

July 9, 2015 A routine, unexceptional?vote by the Randolph County Board of Education this week pointed out the importance of levy funding in the educational syste. more »»



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