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Camp memories

April 15, 2015 The first organized 4-H Camp in the world was held near Huttonsville June 29-31, 191. more »»

Burning question

April 14, 2015 Buckhannon officials are working to find a way to raise the city’s fire fees in order to hire additional firefighters without offending local businesses. more »»

Ailing hospitals

April 13, 2015 One might have thought a scandal last year about Veterans Affairs hospitals would have put at least some fear into the minds of VA bureaucrats. more »»

Calendar qualms

April 10, 2015 Residents and school system employees spoke their minds before the Randolph County Board of Education this week regarding the school calendar for the upcoming school yea. more »»

Remaking Wimer

April 9, 2015 Wimer Stadium is one of the enduring landmarks familiar to everyone who has ever lived in or near Elkins. Now a push has begun to give the old field a facelift. more »»

Education gap

April 8, 2015 The conclusion reached in a report about children in West Virginia — that those from low-income families tend to lag behind other students in school — will have come as no surprise to most... more »»

Impact

April 7, 2015 American Electric Power’s announcement it is closing six power plants, including three in West Virginia, was not unexpected. more »»

Work to Be Done

April 6, 2015 Sen. Shelley Capito, R-W.Va., was among the group of lawmakers who signed on to introduce a bill that would reauthorize the Appalachian Regional Commission for another five years. more »»

Boos & Applause

April 4, 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 »»

Pipeline issues

April 3, 2015 Local residents have been given a great deal of information about the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline, by groups both in favor of and against the construction of the natural gas transmission line. more »»

Light it Up Blue

April 2, 2015 After this year’s long, cold winter, many of us might not be eager to hear about things “turning blue” — but today Elkins residents will be given an opportunity to light the town up blue for a good... more »»

Cross in Charge

April 1, 2015 Elkins will soon have a new chief of police, and officials are excited about his youthful energy and passion for the job. more »»

Sign of the times

March 31, 2015 Times have definitely changed: All our lives we’ve been taught that if we see a mess, we should clean it up, even if it’s a pile of a garbage we come across on the sidewalk. more »»

Traveling Light

March 30, 2015 With gasoline prices lower and many Americans thinking about road trips, now is the time to attract tourists to West Virginia, right? Not with budgets the state Tourism Commission has had for the... more »»

Boos & Spplause

March 28, 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 »»

Fearless

March 27, 2015 Given President Barack Obama’s propensity for taking the law into his own hands, it would be nice for the attorney general to remind him of limits to that in the Constitution. more »»

Shortfalls

March 26, 2015 Many West Virginians will be affected by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s line-item vetoes of millions of dollars in spending approved by the Legislature. more »»

ON TRAC

March 25, 2015 Like anything in life, hard work certainly makes a difference in all endeavors. This certainly is the case with Elkins ON TRAC and its mission to earn the city a national Main Street designation. more »»

Controversy

March 24, 2015 Education reform was among key priorities of Republican legislators in West Virginia this winter. Yet when lawmakers ended their regular session, a promising initiative had been shelved. more »»

Wake Up

March 23, 2015 Farmers are in the Environmental Protection Agency’s crosshairs now, joining coal miners and tens of millions of consumers of reasonably priced electricity. more »»

 
 
 

 

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