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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 »»

Look for the best candidate on ballot

November 22, 2014 The Elkins Planning Commission now has come up with another plan for the future of Elkins. more »»

Why I voted against the Tucker levy

November 22, 2014 Recently, I protested against the proposed school levy and it’s five-year annual budget of half a million dollar. 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 »»

Radio station seeks support

November 15, 2014 The Light of Life Catholic radio station WVUS 1190-AM plans to triple its broadcasting power to improve signal reception in North Central West Virginia including the Elkins area. more »»

Become ‘One nation under God’

November 15, 2014 Godless nations are doomed for destruction. When Christians first came to America’s shores, their stated purpose was to glorify God and promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ. more »»

Event a learning experience for all

November 15, 2014 Our school had a lot of fun smashing pumpkins in Elkins at our recent annual Pumpkin Drop event. The students learned a lot while having a great time observing the effects of gravity on pumpkins. more »»

Banquet honored all local veterans

November 8, 2014 The Alliance Church in Gilman hosted its ninth annual Veterans Appreciation Banquet on Thursday evening, Oct. 30. more »»

Youngster asks for regional information

November 8, 2014 I am writing to say hello from the smallest state in the Union — Rhode Island. I am a seventh grade student at Goff Junior High School in Pawtucket, R.I. more »»

Congress must act on Highway Trust Fund

November 8, 2014 The handwriting is on the walls of Congress, and the temporary money approved by Congress in July brought some time for the Highway Trust Fund, but the threats of a shortfall in 2015 remains a hars... more »»

Candidate warns against mailings

November 1, 2014 Someone calling themselves Grow WV Inc, Box 2195, Elkins is using one of my trade names to funnel out of state money into the Wagner campaign — without my permission and without Danny’s permiss. more »»

All citizens must make effort to vote

November 1, 2014 The elections are finally here and as mid-term elections go this is one that will most likely change the face of Congress. The Republicans could gain control of the House and the Senate. more »»

Gainer offers many years of experience

November 1, 2014 West Virginians have an opportunity to effect change in our state and country with the upcoming election for Congress. Candidate Glen Gainer provides West Virginians with that opportunity. more »»

Election money pouring into state

November 1, 2014 I am tired of all of the out-of-state money that is put into our state telling us how to vote. The NRA only wants you to vote Republican. They will tell you that every Democrat is for gun control. more »»

New way to pay for riot damages?

November 1, 2014 Early in my career, I lived in a township in Michigan where some middle school children set the gym on fire, to the tune of $30,000. more »»

Promises broken. lessons learned

November 1, 2014 No matter how you package it, it happens to all of us, we grow older. And sometimes as our age increases, so does our perspective. more »»

Feds must learn the boundaries of power

November 1, 2014 The Preamble to our State Constitution, “Since through Diving Providence we enjoy the blessings of civil, political and religious liberty, We, the People of West Virginia, in and through the... more »»

Ebola is modern Pandora’s Box

October 25, 2014 Pandora’s Box is open, and there’s no way to close it. In the news yesterday, we read about the irresponsible acts of the CDC, its director and the Obama administration. more »»



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