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Wreaths Across America ceremony slated for today

December 12, 2015 Hello from Barbour County! I would like to wish each and every one of you a very Merry Christmas! Things have been a flurry of activity with parades, craft shows, Christmas lights, trees and shopping. more »»

Things I will never do again

December 12, 2015 The other day I said to someone that every time I hang clothes on the line I take a trip back in time. This summer ritual always makes me think of time spent on the farm. more »»

Holidays can be a stressful time

December 12, 2015 We are now living in the time of year that many look forward to enjoying. However, there are a vast amount of people who not only do not enjoy it, but dread it. more »»

Finding gems at flea markets can be challenging

December 12, 2015 While lots of novice collectors are in the spirit of summer antique hunting, the autumn marks the time for the true collectors to shop for their collections. more »»

Why strict gun controls won’t work

December 11, 2015 I’m told it’s not at all difficult to buy drugs such as heroin, methamphetamines and others. Matter of fact, I suspect I could do so without any guidance or help. But wait a moment. more »»

Goodwin may enter race

December 8, 2015 Jeff Kessler and Jim Justice may be facing real competition in addition to each other for the Democrat nomination for governor. more »»

Every day is exam day

December 7, 2015 The 14 weeks of classes for this semester are over, and final exams begin tomorrow. more »»

Misjudging Middle East situation

December 5, 2015 The terror attacks in Paris once more remind America of what time it is. ISIS or whatever you choose to name it has unveiled itself to be a nihilistic force dedicated to murder. more »»

Little things make a big difference

December 5, 2015 Little things make a big difference in local schools. more »»

Christmas season provides inspiration

December 5, 2015 When snowflakes fill the frosty air and we smell the scent of fresh-cut pine, we begin to look around and see that Christmastime is appearing. more »»

Reflecting by the light of the moon

December 5, 2015 Celebrating Thanksgiving this past week has been sheer joy for me! On Tuesday of last week, my family traveled down to join my cousin Jane and most of her family at Myrtle Beach. more »»

Does truth still matter to us?

December 1, 2015 People have voted for political candidates who didn’t tell the truth for as long as there have been election. more »»

Thanksgiving Day full of activity

November 30, 2015 Though many took a Thanksgiving break, all was not quiet on the D&E campus these past few days. Thanksgiving Day was in fact a day of much activit. more »»

Turkey, dressing, potatoes, oh my: A Ware family holiday

November 30, 2015 I absolutely love Thanksgiving, ya’ll! I’ve dubbed it my “Martha Stewart” holiday because I host it at our home and I love to experiment new recipes and adorn the table with something festive. more »»

A stitch in time

November 30, 2015 Julia Varner is one of the dear people in Elkins who has always been willing to share what she has and what she knows with other people. more »»

The litany of Thanksgiving

November 25, 2015 Thanksgiving is a particular time, like the bright and shining poetic moments of Camelot, to express gratitude for our own particular circumstances. more »»

Holidays a time of thanks

November 25, 2015 Thanksgiving always has been one of my favorite times of yea. more »»

Small business Saturday is a big deal

November 25, 2015 This Friday, the hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping season starts in earnes. more »»

Pray for Paris — and the rest of the world

November 23, 2015 A tragic thing occurred last week. Paris, the city of love, was the victim of hate. The overwhelming response of people crying out “Pray for Paris” is touching. Really, it is. more »»

College lifts up all in thanks

November 23, 2015 As Joni and I sat at breakfast on Sunday morning — discussing The Economist’s latest cover story on ISIS and the chapter on George C. more »»



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