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West Virginians can ask questions of candidates

September 26, 2016 It is important for voters in this nation to participate in the election process. more »»

Holding VA employees accountable

September 25, 2016 Revelations of mismanagement, waste and outright criminal behavior at the Department of Veterans Affairs have become a regular thin. more »»

Riverfest a sure sign fall is here

September 24, 2016 Fall is officially here, and with it an expectation of cooler temperatures and a change in the look of the world around us. more »»

Stop violence involving children

September 23, 2016 Thirteen-year-old children should not die of gunshot wounds. That is such a self-evident proposition that debating it would be absurd. more »»

Don’t start competing with farmers

September 22, 2016 West Virginia Farm Bureau members recently spoke out about what they believe is misspending and overreach by the state Department of Agriculture that uses taxpayer money to put the government agency... more »»

Politicians who won’t face reality

September 21, 2016 Less than a week after the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, residents of New York, New Jersey and Minnesota were under attack again over the weeken. more »»

‘Seat time’ does matter in schools

September 20, 2016 Some proponents of taxpayer-funded charter schools are outspoken critics of public educatio. more »»

Leadership of Tressel big part of YSU success

September 19, 2016 It is apparent by Youngstown State University’s recent enrollment report that President Jim Tressel is continuing to lead the university in the right direction. The university saw a 2. more »»

Opening the debates to more candidates

September 16, 2016 Either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. Anyone who doubts that has lost touch with reality. more »»

Hancock fair part of great local weekend

September 16, 2016 There is certain to be some oldtime fun found at Tomlinson Run State Park this weekend with the return of the Hancock County Oldtime Fai. more »»

Fund fight against Zika

September 15, 2016 Public health officials say more than 670 pregnant women in the United States have been diagnosed with the Zika virus. more »»

Move slowly on marijuana in Ohio

September 14, 2016 Ohio’s medicinal marijuana law took effect last week, but don’t bother trying to find any of the drug on sale in the Buckeye State. The rules for that have not yet been adopte. more »»

Workable school reform ideas needed

September 13, 2016 Many school reform ideas are open to debate. But here in West Virginia, we have spent too long arguing about what will not work — and not enough time and energy coming up with workable solutions. more »»

Hold VA accountable

September 12, 2016 Members of Congress finally are showing some overdue concern about another outrage at the Department of Veterans Affairs. more »»

Continue to share the lessons of 9/11

September 11, 2016 Those who were in grade school on Sept. 11, 2001, are now getting married and having their own families. Those who were born in 2001 are in high school. more »»

Aiding problem gamblers in Ohio

September 10, 2016 Public schools, and local and state government entities in Ohio raked in about $10 billion during the past four years, some of it by feeding an addiction that can ruin lives and wreck familie. more »»

Stiff penalties warranted in drug crimes

September 9, 2016 First Huntington, W.Va. Then Cincinnati, Ohio. Now Louisville, Ky. An epidemic that might be called the White Death is sweeping that region of the countr. more »»

Fighting ovarian cancer

September 8, 2016 A question to area women: Did you know you are your best advocate? According to the American Cancer Society, when it comes to cancer — specifically ovarian cancer — women are their own best crusader... more »»

Morrisey right to fire ex-aide

September 7, 2016 People have the right to speak freely in the United States, even when what they say is repugnant to others. more »»

Kerry to press: Shut up

September 6, 2016 During a recent visit to Bangladesh, Secretary of State John Kerry had some advice for the press: Stop scaring people. Cut back on those reports of terrorist atrocities. more »»



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