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Dems need to ‘grow up’

November 22, 2014 Democratic losses in the midterms constituted a severe rebuke of President Barack Obama. more »»

Thankful pilgrims, strangers and sojourners

November 22, 2014 “Enter into His Gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with prais. more »»

Thankful, but still...

November 21, 2014 We’re less than a week away from Thanksgiving, an annual time for turning our thoughts to all the things we should be grateful for in our lives. more »»

State politics in turmoil

November 18, 2014 With one of the most important elections in recent history over, both Republicans and Democrats in state government should recognize and tackle a serious challenge: An increasing number of West... more »»

IRS raises contribution limits for many retirement plans

November 17, 2014 A little inflation means a little adjustment. As the Consumer Price Index is up 1.7 percent over the last 12 months, the federal government is giving Social Security benefits a 1. more »»

Columnists needed for 2015

November 15, 2014 As 2014 winds down, The Inter-Mountain has its sights set on a new year and many fresh projects and initiatives. One such undertaking is getting the community more involved with their daily newspaper. more »»

Electorate truly is the loser

November 15, 2014 Regardless of who triumphs at the polls, the big loser has always been the American electorate. more »»

Fall events planned in Barbour

November 15, 2014 Hello from Barbour County! This week some saw an extra day off from work or school, but it was more than just a day to sleep in. This week we honored those who have made our freedom possible. more »»

Be thankful for normal, ordinary days

November 15, 2014 This time of year, we begin to see articles in magazines and entry after entry on Facebook, listing things to be thankful for. more »»

Dems abandoned principles

November 14, 2014 At last, the ghost of Franklin D. Roosevelt has been banished from many West Virginia homes where he resided for three-quarters of a century. more »»

Learn from levy losses

November 14, 2014 Tucker County voters emphatically rejected a proposed school levy on Nov. 4. more »»

A second chance on E-911

November 12, 2014 The city of Philippi may get a second chance to listen to their constituents on the E-911 address changes. more »»

There ought to be a law

November 11, 2014 There ought to be a law, you may have said while perusing reports of independent organization expenditures in West Virginia elections this year. more »»

Getting financially fit for retirement at 50

November 10, 2014 When you turn 50, retirement starts to seem less abstract. In terms of retirement planning, a 50th birthday can act as a wake-up call. more »»

Philippi lacks leadership

November 10, 2014 Anyone who has witnessed multiple cities’ governments will tell you immediately that Philippi is dysfunctional. Why is this? Shouldn’t a small city be easy to manage? Apparently not. more »»

Redefining normal is a long process

November 8, 2014 “Life happens while we are making plans” seems to ring true more than any of us would like to admit. Many folks find themselves sidelined or at least slowed down by chronic illness. more »»

Parties depend on old reliables

November 8, 2014 During the midterms both the Democrats and Republicans discovered lost friends. more »»

Volunteers work to monitor wetland water

November 8, 2014 Once again Trout Unlimited volunteers Pam Byrne and Jane Birdsong tested the water conditions in Goddin Creek at Kump Center Nov. 3. more »»

Organizing attack ads

November 4, 2014 And the winner is ... West Virginia House of Delegates member David Evans of Marshall County. Evans beats Hancock County House of Delegates candidate Pat McGeehan by a nose. more »»



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