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Prescription cold pills won’t cure meth

July 19, 2014 Meth has everyone on edge. Politicians and law enforcement agencies are desperate to do something. more »»

Reader appreciates phased retirement

July 19, 2014 It has been nearly two years since Congress passed a law allowing federal employees like me to transition to retirement on a part-time basis. more »»

Cancer support run deemed major success

July 19, 2014 The annual Randolph County Cancer Support Group 3-Mile Walk/7K Run was held recently at Riverbend Park in Elkin. more »»

Court decision will affect all our lives

July 12, 2014 Why are people celebrating the recent Supreme Court decision Burwell v. more »»

Keeping church and state separated?

July 12, 2014 This past 4th of July was one of the best holidays weather-wise I can remember. “What perfect weather” I heard over and over as I waited for the Morgantown parade to begin. I was a rider. more »»

War on Drugs may never be truly won

July 12, 2014 News flash to anyone who will listen: those who fail to learn a lesson from history are doomed to repeat it and no clearer example can be found to prove this than America’s longest war, the insane... more »»

Reader disappointed by representatives

July 5, 2014 The following is an open letter to West Virginia’s two senators and three Congressional representatives: Three years ago I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a bone cancer usually occurring in childre... more »»

First things first in W.Va., Mr. Nader

June 28, 2014 I was amused at the letter from Ralph Nader (in the June 21 edition of The Inter-Mountain) to the people of West Virginia concerning Shelley Moore Capito’s stance on the minimum wage. Mr. more »»

Debate, not progress, seen on highway bill

June 28, 2014 Congress has been stumbling, bumbling and lying to us for the last six years and we are no further ahead on having a sustainable highway bill now that we were when the Democrats took over. more »»

Defending North, rethinking Bergdahl

June 21, 2014 It’s deja vu all over again. Once more M. more »»

Insisting upon the integrity of the Right

June 21, 2014 James Gilbert, in his letter on June 14, presents his view of Sgt. Bergdahl. He says the right wing media presents a hypocritical view. He further says the Right has no integrity. more »»

Nader takes on Capito over minimum wage

June 21, 2014 The following is an open letter to Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito: Over the past weeks, three more prominent Republicans have joined the growing conservative support for raising the minimum... more »»

Where have all our freedoms gone?

June 14, 2014 As with our Memorial Day and Fourth of July Independence Day and our Veterans Day in November, I ask what is our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution and Bill of Rights? And what is... more »»

Hypocrisy rampant in political reaction

June 14, 2014 Does anyone on the right remember Oliver North? Good ol’ Ollie, sold weapons to the Iranians, a terrorist nation, in order to get American hostages released. more »»

Reader questions regional jail policy

June 14, 2014 I recently had returned to me a money order, from the United States Postal Service, that I had sent to an inmate at the Tygart Valley Regional Jail. more »»

America’s greatest problem is apathy

June 14, 2014 To my fellow citizens of West Virginia: I was born in 1930, grew up in the “Great Depression” and World War II, served during the Korean War and have sadly watched this nation deteriorate since. more »»

Longtime racer not exactly a ‘new face’

June 14, 2014 I read with a smile your sports headline of June 11 noting “New Faces” in victory lane at Elkins Speedway. more »»

YMCA pool project to benefit children

June 7, 2014 For almost 100 years, children and adults learned to swim, compete and play in the YMCA pool. About 50 years ago, the pool wore out and had to be replace. more »»

City’s ordinance should be adjusted

June 7, 2014 To: the members of Buckhannon City Council, Upshur County Commission, law enforcement, corrections, media and residents: Some will remember me begging the City Council to not fall behind our... more »»

CEOS celebrate 100th anniversary

May 31, 2014 The West Virginia Community Educational Outreach Service organization is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its beginning in 1914. more »»



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