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Questioning power station purchase

June 1, 2013 Editor: I am writing about the proposed purchase of the Harrison County Power Station by Mon Power and Potomac Edison. This power station belongs at present to Allegheny Energy Supply. more »»

Club grateful for volunteers’ help

June 1, 2013 Editor: The Buckhannon-Upshur Camera Club would like to thank the Upshur County Senior Center for coming to our rescue and providing a space for the Strawberry Festival Photography Exhibitio. more »»

Looking for the real voice of America

May 25, 2013 Editor: Where is the voice of America? Not in a Congress whose campaigns are abetted by lobbyists and their employees and who also entertain their activities. more »»

Following Europe into scary territory

May 25, 2013 Editor: If you know the history of Israel in the Old Testament you know that in the later years Israel was divided. Ten tribes carried the name Israel; the other two tribes carried the name Judah. more »»

We need answers for highways funding

May 25, 2013 Editor: Now that the West Virginia Legislative session is over, there has been no progress on how to increase funding to the West Virginia Department of Transportatio. more »»

Judge offers thanks for volunteer help

May 18, 2013 Editor: The Third Annual People’s Law School is now complete. This year’s program was the best-attended, with approximately 200 students. more »»

Medicaid expansion a mistake for state

May 18, 2013 Editor: Once again, I see that our state has allowed itself to be bought or bribed by accepting federal tax dollars and subjecting itself to federal rules and regulation and federal dictation of... more »»

Student seeks support for conference trip

May 18, 2013 Editor: The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at the Randolph Technical Center recently had 10 students place in the top three at the West Virginia FBLA Leadership Conference in Charleston... more »»

Reader sees turning point coming for USA

May 18, 2013 Editor: Like a runaway train, the socalled “gay marriage” agenda seems to be pressing forward, with most Americans now in support of this act which the Bible calls behavior which is an ... more »»

Marcellus Shale is vital to state’s future

May 11, 2013 Editor: West Virginia is poised to make a major comeback in manufacturing jobs, and affordable, domestic energy will play a key role in that resurgence. more »»

Special week honors all foster families

May 11, 2013 Editor: May is recognized across the country as National Foster Care Month, a time to honor America’s foster families. more »»

Donations needed for cemetery upkeep

May 11, 2013 Editor: Donations are needed for the upkeep of the Porterwood Cemetery located on the Worlie Simmons property. Thanks to all who give every year. more »»

Exercise, diet are key to feline health

May 11, 2013 Editor: In light of a recent survey by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention which found that cat obesity is at an all-time high—with 58 percent of cats overweight or obese—we should all take a... more »»

Reader is grateful gun proposal failed

May 4, 2013 Editor: I thank God that Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and President Barack Obama failed to take away our guns. I thank God for the wisdom of the framers of the U.S. more »»

Wall Street success still not felt locally

May 4, 2013 Editor: Recent headlines have trumpeted good news on Wall Street with the stock market reaching record highs. more »»

Lessons learned from Willow Island

May 4, 2013 Editor: Exactly 35 years ago this week, West Virginia suffered the largest construction accident in American history when 51 lives were lost in a scaffolding collapse at the Willow Island power... more »»

New transportation law is on the way

May 4, 2013 Editor: President Barack Obama and legislators on the hill are staking out positions on highway funding. President Obama is calling for immediate repairs funded in part by private investment. more »»

Volunteers made cleanup a success

April 27, 2013 Editor: I would like to thank everyone who participated in the 10th Annual Tygart Valley River Cleanup on April 1. more »»

Has Elvis not yet left the building?

April 27, 2013 Editor: An Elvis impersonator has sent poison in a letter to the president. It is about time that Congress appoints a committee to study the relationship of Elvis impersonators to violence in Americ. more »»

Community program contributes to event

April 27, 2013 Editor: On Saturday, April 6, we had 15 people under the direction of Matt Bennett, director of Barbour County Community Correction Program, and a large group from the Horizons Church under the... more »»

 
 

 

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