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Insurance changes offer few choices

February 8, 2014 Around 1990, I took out personal insurance, which included the coverage for a pre-existing condition. This was possible thanks to the first President Bush and Congress. more »»

Frigid weather kept city workers busy

February 8, 2014 During the week of Jan. more »»

Reader ‘ridiculed’ by local politicians?

February 8, 2014 I believe a correlation exists between large-scale failures causing the water crises in the Charleston area harming more than 300,000 people and the small-scale failures of Philippi officials who... more »»

Reader ‘appalled’ by Barnes’ idea

February 1, 2014 I have never been more appalled than when I read the article in the newspaper about Sen. Clark Barnes. more »»

King stood for education for all

February 1, 2014 Fifty years, Dr.Martin Luther King J. more »»

urPurchasers Use Tax ready for repeal?

February 1, 2014 Rule of law is a cornerstone of good society. Daily, America is losing the rule of law — by law. more »»

Republican candidates differ on abortion issue

February 1, 2014 In West Virginia, we have many values that we share throughout the state, across party lines and cultural boundaries. more »»

Chemical spill must be a wake-up call

January 25, 2014 I strongly agree with your editorial concerning public water supply safety and security that was published in the Jan. 14 issue of The Inter-Mountain. more »»

Keep pets safe, warm in extreme weather

January 25, 2014 With severely cold weather approaching, the Randolph County Humane Society would like to advise all pet owners to bring their pets inside and to use caution when exposing pets to the cold. more »»

Not all residents want Barbour readdressing

January 25, 2014 I am continuing to write about the Barbour County Office of Emergency Management and their efforts to change the addresses in the city of Philippi. more »»

Chemical spill must be a wake-up call

January 24, 2014 I strongly agree with your editorial concerning public water supply safety and security that was published in the Jan. 14 issue of The Inter-Mountain. more »»

Philippi’s mayor responds to article

January 18, 2014 This letter is in response to your article in the Dec. 23 edition of The Inter-Mountai. more »»

Local pastor offers New Year’s challenge

January 18, 2014 As this New Year begins, we will hear of many that are making resolutions, new positive changes in their lifestyle. more »»

New Social Security tampering a concern

January 11, 2014 Pay attention, West Virginians! Watch closely how Congress intends balancing the budget and who will be asked to pay the sacrifice. One-fifth of the U.S. population receives Social Security. more »»

High school success a key to happy future

January 11, 2014 I read online your first article in the series to encourage students to graduate. more »»

Full civil rights sought by LGBT community

January 11, 2014 The 80th Legislature failed last year to pass the Employment and Housing Non-Discrimination Act (EHNDA) again. more »»

Shop with a Cop increased services

December 28, 2013 I would like to first thank all those who helped make Shop With a Cop happen and thank the Barbour County Board of Education, employees, West Virginia State Police, Barbour County Sheriff’s... more »»

Tucker Foundation celebrates 25 years

December 28, 2013 Happy New Year! Thanks to everyone who made a year-end donation to Tucker Community Foundation (TCF). more »»

New year, new hope for Mountaineers

December 28, 2013 I hope for a bright new year for our West Virginia University Mountaineers, Coach Bob Huggins and Coach Dana Holgorsen. And a productive spring practice. more »»

Nurses bringing skills into the legal world

December 28, 2013 Since the time of Florence Nightingale, over 100 years ago, nurses have been viewed as angels in uniform, a caring presence in the time of nee. more »»



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