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Tucker students raise funds for Davis House

September 19, 2015 Tucker County High School divides the student body into 12 “houses” where the students are from all grade levels, backgrounds and interests, and each house is represented by a specific color. more »»

Lease integration bill will be controversial

September 19, 2015 On Aug. 9, Delegate John Kelly published an op-ed in The Parkersburg News and Sentinel urging passage of forced pooling. He and others call it lease integration. more »»

Allegheny Highland Trail a tourism plus

September 12, 2015 I support the Allegheny Highlands Trail and request that its final development into downtown be made safe and free of automobile contact by providing bridges on the rail trai. more »»

Back-to-school food as vital as education

September 12, 2015 With the new school year just underway, parents’ attention is turning to school clothes, supplies,and lunches. more »»

Battlefield should bring new visitors to Beverly

September 12, 2015 Has anyone wondered why Beverly really hasn’t exploded with tourism related to Rich Mountain Battlefield? Have you tried to access the area with the present road? The road is terrible. more »»

Reader protesting water rate increase

September 5, 2015 As a property owner in Barbour County, I am compelled to voice my protest against the emergency rate increase placed into effect on the customers of the Century Volga PSD by the Public Service... more »»

School temperatures demand quick action

September 5, 2015 I live in Charleston, and I read your paper on occasion. I read the article about high temperatures in classrooms in Randolph County. more »»

Christianity is now being targeted

September 5, 2015 Hostility toward Christianity is a global phenomenon. In non-Christian countries Christians are being targeted, persecuted and, in some cases, murdered. more »»

Remind Congress they still work for us

September 5, 2015 I have a growing concern for our country as I know you do too, regardless of your political party. more »»

American Legion supports community

September 5, 2015 American Legion Post 29 is more than just a bar in a basement. The Post raises money for our local community by doing various fundraisers throughout the year. more »»

Randolph needs more animal control help

September 5, 2015 The County Commission and Sheriff Brady have increased the number of deputies in the Sheriff’s Department and that is OK. more »»

Controversy erupts over use of two flags

August 29, 2015 Values are very cherished, personal feelings with not two people having those two values. They may be close but not the same. more »»

Kudos to DOH for painting, proposal

August 29, 2015 A big thank you to the state Department of Highways for finally painting the lines on the highway in the old railroad cut heading north out of town toward Parsons and Corridor H. more »»

Obamacare supporter didn’t tell whole story

August 29, 2015 Congratulations to The Inter-Mountain editors for the op-ed piece on page four in this Tuesday’s Aug. more »»

Elkins Main Street planning activities

August 22, 2015 As chairperson of Main Street Design committee, I am honored to be part of a great state and national program supporting the downtown business district! There are many to thank who worked hard over... more »»

GOP still singing the same old song

August 22, 2015 (During the first Republican presidential debate) I wasted two hours of my life listening to the same old GOP bull. They wanted to put President Obama down. more »»

Murderers deserve capital punishment

August 22, 2015 It seems that news programs today are being bombarded by killings on a daily basis. The lives of innocent Americans are being cut short by inexcusable acts of hatred and violence. more »»

Citizens can’t just ‘sit back and accept’

August 15, 2015 I learned some time ago to not say, at least publicly, that old time cliche “I never thought I’d live to see that. more »»

Health insurance enrollment to open

August 15, 2015 On June 25, the United States Supreme Court once again upheld the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). This law has helped 16 million Americans and about 180,000 West Virginians gain health care coverage. more »»

Randolph Classic deemed a success

August 15, 2015 Elks Lodge 1135 would like to thank its sponsors for their support that made the 49th Randolph County Classic a great success. more »»



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