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Tomblin urged to put bill on agenda

May 17, 2014 This past legislative session was very good for the veterans of West Virginia. Our state stepped up and approved legislation to build a new Veterans Nursing Home in Beckley. more »»

Mothers value loving memories

May 17, 2014 Mother’s Day: as we know, is in May. more »»

Reader unhappy with coverage

May 10, 2014 For decades advertisers have hawked their wares with the sultry voices, coy smiles and glistening eyes of their male, as well as female, actors. Products are vehicles of seduction. more »»

Candidate touted for state office

May 10, 2014 We write in support of Steve Foster’s election to the West Virginia Senate for the 11th District. All of us have worked closely with Steve in various capacitie. more »»

Delegate’s votes called into question

May 10, 2014 Delegate Dana Lynch, D- District 44, Nicholas, Randolph, Upshur and Webster counties, can you explain to the people you represent in the House of Delegates why you voted against House Bill 2364, t... more »»

Primary election a turning point

May 10, 2014 Here is something for all of us to think about in this election year. These questions have bothered me and I hope they have the same effect on anyone that might read thi. more »»

Disappointed by news coverage

May 2, 2014 I was disappointed by the front page of the April 29 edition of The Intermountain. It was more appropriate for a supermarket tabloid than the front page of a supposedly serious newspaper. more »»

Judge Wilfong should resign

May 2, 2014 Right on with your defense of The Inter-Mountain pertaining to the Page 1 coverage of Judge Wilfong. more »»

Reader: Headline was too explicit

May 2, 2014 I read The Inter Mountain online on a daily basis. Living out of state, it keeps me informed of things happening. more »»

Elkins made birthday more memorable

May 2, 2014 This past weekend we celebrated the 90th birthday of our mother, Ruth Hepler. It just seems like the whole community was involved in making it a wonderful occasio. more »»

Media focusing on all the wrong issues

May 2, 2014 This is in reply to Mr. Gilbert’s letter to the editor of April 26. more »»

Media missing the point again?

April 26, 2014 Well, Here we go agai. more »»

Tax laws becoming a sad, sick joke

April 26, 2014 Call me gullible. I track and pay the West Virginia Purchaser’s Use Tax. With only days to the deadline, I have yet to file my return. This is because of the hours involved in preparation. more »»

State needs a sound spay/neuter program

April 26, 2014 All across the state, one public service group works their regular job, then remains on-call. Around 150 of them met in Flatwoods last weeken. more »»

Country is facing many challenges

April 12, 2014 This letter is in response to two articles in a recent issue of The Inter-Mountain newspaper. more »»

New flag purchase greatly appreciated

April 12, 2014 On behalf of my father and myself, we would like to say thank you to the individual or group that recently replaced the beaten and worn-out American flag that barely waved at the Beverly Cemetery. more »»

Tomblin’s vetoes will affect many

April 5, 2014 Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recently used his red pencil on the proposed budget bill to remove $980,000 from programs which provide services to women, children and families. more »»

Heart health event deemed a success

April 5, 2014 Midland School students had a successful fundraiser Saturday, March 22, at the school gymnasium. The goal this year was $2,000 and 60 students surpassed that goal with a record amount of $6,227.11. more »»

Where are highway funds being spent?

April 5, 2014 Since I have been tracking the use of Highway Trust Funds and where the funds are supposed to go I have never heard Congress or any other watch dog group ask the one big question: What did we spend... more »»

Canada suffering from war on coal

March 29, 2014 I am responding to the article “Capito has every reason to smile.” Democrats, and many labor union members, are justified to feel “furious about … the White House’s war on coal. more »»



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