What justice do we have?
December 20, 2014 Equal justice for all — what a joke that is. There are different justices for all. It depends on who you are. If you are rich, you are judged different than if you are poo. more »»
Body cameras prevent issues
December 13, 2014 The massive public reaction to the tragic deaths of three black teens at the hand of white police officers has led to a national call for use of body cameras to record and prevent any future... more »»
Too many misuse parking spaces
December 13, 2014 Ah well, what can I do? Every parking lot in Elkins has blue lines and warning signposts reserving spaces for people with a registered disability. more »»
Scouts help feed animals for holidays
December 13, 2014 Jennings Randolph Elementary School Girl Scouts troop numbers 4029, 4097 and 4050 went to the Randolph County Animal Shelter on Oct. 17 to play with the cats and walk the dog. more »»
Fundraiser deemed a major success
December 13, 2014 On Oct. 25, at the Dailey Fire Hall, a community came together to help one of its own, Sharon New Anderson, a native of Randolph County living in North Carolina. more »»
It’s anyone’s game in 2016
December 6, 2014 The Republicans put a thumping on the Dems, but as we already have seen and heard, the president could care less. He is still going to use his pen and executive order power and do as he wants. more »»
Coal may not be the answer to all
December 6, 2014 I am a retired coal miner with 12 years in the mines. Was it worth it? It paid good money. But it made an old crippled up man before my time. So, no, it was not worth it. more »»
Thanks goes out to community
December 6, 2014 The All Vets Memorial Council and Vietnam Veterans Chapter 812 would like to thank everyone for attending the Veterans Day ceremony at the All Vets Memorial on Nov. 11. more »»
Cancer fundraiser a huge success
December 6, 2014 On Nov. 8, the FBLA members for Elkins High and Tygarts Valley High schools hosted a cancer fundraiser. The fundraiser included a cakewalk, face painting and a fishing pond for small children. more »»
Does justice really matter?
December 3, 2014 As I pass the many Reger for Judge signs claiming “Justice Matters” on my daily drive, I wonder what that actually means. Property stolen from my business two years ago amounted to grand larceny. more »»
Being poor no laughing matter
November 29, 2014 I was thinking today just how bad I am at being poor. I’ve always been great at being broke, I handled broke like a grand champion. However broke isn’t the same as being poo. more »»
New dawn for West Virginia?
November 29, 2014 We now know that just over two weeks ago thousands of West Virginians went to the polls and strongly indicated a desire for state government to be operated differently than in past decades. more »»
Why keep voting for the rich?
November 22, 2014 Why do the poor and working class either not vote or vote against our own selves? We know the Republicans are against unions, equal pay and minimum wage increases, so why do the people vote for... more »»
Safety a priority for hunting, fishing
November 22, 2014 My name is Jeremiah Johnson. I am a senior at Elkins High School. I have always enjoyed hunting and fishing. Hunting and fishing are popular sports. They also can be very dangerous. more »»
GOP must work with the people
November 22, 2014 Well, it’s finally over, and I would like to thank the voters across America. The Democrats were warned, but they insisted on continuing with their single-minded battle to socialize America. more »»