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Give money back to Bethany College

October 28, 2014 Bethany College should not have to file a lawsuit to force the federal government to give back $262,020 that belongs to the institution. But such action apparently was necessary. more »»

Send Capito to the Senate

October 26, 2014 West Virginians need a U.S. senator who will fight for us without regard to political interests. For years, Rep. Shelley Capito has been doing that for part of our state. On Election Day, W.Va. more »»

Keeping drugs out of mines in W.Va.

October 25, 2014 Coal mining can be a dangerous profession even under the best of circumstances. Miners who make it more hazardous because they are under the influence of drugs should not be tolerated. more »»

Keep McKinley in Congress

October 24, 2014 Voters in West Virginia’s First Congressional District have had reason to be grateful for good judgment in sending David McKinley to the House of Representatives. more »»

Re-elect Kasich for progress

October 23, 2014 When John Kasich took the reins as governor of Ohio in January 2011, the state was a mess. more »»

Keep Johnson in Congress

October 22, 2014 On both national issues and those of direct concern to East Ohio communities, Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, has been a leader. Keeping him in the House of Representatives is just common sense. more »»

State receives black eye with rioting

October 21, 2014 Rioters who destroyed property and assaulted firefighters and police officers Saturday night in Morgantown should be prosecuted and punished severely. more »»

Nobel winner right about regulations

October 20, 2014 For most of us, the work Nobel Prize winners do in fields such as science and economics is impenetrable. more »»

Phantoms on film

October 19, 2014 The hillsides have become a palette of warm colors as another fall comes to us on the crisp air. more »»

Curbing violent people important

October 19, 2014 Thoughtful Americans understand new controls on gun ownership are not the way to curtail mass violence such as that occurring all too frequently in the United States. more »»

Medicaid service in state needs improved

October 17, 2014 About 2.3 million Ohioans — roughly one-fifth of the state’s population — rely on Medicaid for health care. more »»

Serious side effects in war on coal

October 16, 2014 Recently, the West Virginia Public Service Commission announced natural gas rates are going up for many state residents. Higher bills— up as much as $16. more »»

DeWine’s been a leader against heroin

October 15, 2014 Prescription drug abuse, fed in part by unscrupulous “pill mill” operators, was a serious problem in Ohio when Mike DeWine became the state’s attorney general. more »»

Be prepared for coming Election Day

October 14, 2014 The Nov. 4 General Election is three weeks away. Are you prepared? The registration deadline in Ohio has passed, but those in West Virginia have until the end of the workday (4:30 p.m. more »»

Handling of school discipline

October 13, 2014 When students misbehave in school, teachers and administrators have to do something, for the good of both the youngsters involved and their classmates. more »»

Protect yourself against influenza

October 12, 2014 Concern about exotic diseases is high because of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. News a Liberian man visiting Texas had brought Ebola here heightened the worry among many Americans. more »»

Thanking those who deliver the newspaper

October 11, 2014 We at The Review would like to take this opportunity to salute our newspaper carriers, motor route drivers and bundle haulers for their hard work and dependabilit. more »»

Battle is against vicious ideology

October 9, 2014 Islamic State terrorists beheaded another hostage Friday. The British man joins a countryman and two Americans beheaded by the organization some persist in calling “militants” or “extremists.” No. more »»

Focus on the basics in W.Va. schools

October 8, 2014 It appears new West Virginia state school Superintendent Michael Martirano is a nuts-and-bolts leader, rather than one of those so-called “visionaries” whose lofty goals disguise the fact he has no... more »»

Helping our wounded warriors

October 7, 2014 Brian Keaton made history Saturday in throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a professional baseball game. more »»



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