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Ensure U.S. can win war

September 29, 2014 When our armed forces go to war — and make no mistake about it, they have — Americans rally in support. more »»

Don’t risk draining ‘rainy day’ reserves

September 28, 2014 West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray?Tomblin is absolutely, positively, unequivocally right that now is no time to increase taxes, even though there is a massive hole in the state budge. more »»

President needs better protection

September 27, 2014 Omar J. Gonzalez was carrying a knife when he stormed into the White House. What if he had been equipped with a bomb? Gonzalez, a military veteran, clearly is mentally unbalanced. more »»

Welcoming travelers to West Virginia

September 26, 2014 Welcome centers and rest areas along interstate highways are keys to tourism, as officials in most states recognize. more »»

Ensure fire hydrants can be relied upon

September 25, 2014 Nearly one-third of the fire hydrants in New Cumberland now bear tags indicating they are out of service. more »»

Defending state against invasive species

September 24, 2014 Until recently, most Americans knew little about exotic diseases. Now, the Ebola epidemic in Africa is a center of attention. more »»

West Virginia coach, team got it right

September 23, 2014 Cornerback Daryl Worley was a starter in the first three West Virginia University football games this season. You did not see him in the lineup Saturday against nationally-ranked Oklahoma, however. more »»

Drugs behind surge in crime

September 22, 2014 West Virginians must know by now the state they live is no longer the same one in which many of them grew up. more »»

Preserving the wild, wonderful W. Virginia

September 18, 2014 Generations from now, many of the most beautiful, ecologically significant areas of West Virginia will remain wild and wonderful thanks in large measure to The Nature Conservancy. more »»

Cutting down on drug abuse

September 15, 2014 Earlier this summer, the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy notified 2,800 health care professionals their patients might be abusing painkiller pills. more »»

If you see something, say something

September 14, 2014 West Virginia University has become the first organization in its state to implement the “if you see something, say something” campaign that was adopted by the U.S. more »»

Attracting, keeping health care workers

September 13, 2014 As West Virginians grow older, on average, so do the doctors and other health care professionals upon whom they rely. It does not require a Ph.D in demographics to understand what that means. more »»

Properly identify your residence

September 12, 2014 Having your home easily identified could make a difference in a life-saving situatio. more »»

Getting the job done

September 11, 2014 Joan Stowers saw a need and did something about it. To be honest, we need more people like her. more »»

Brown’s drug addict bill may save lives

September 9, 2014 If you think the war on drugs has been going well in this part of the country, you have not been reading the newspaper. Drug-related arrests are in the news virtually every day. more »»

Getting ready for snow and ice

September 7, 2014 Salt — plain old sodium chloride — is the key to a critical public service on which area residents depend during the winter months. more »»

Prepare in the event of a disaster

September 5, 2014 In our small section of the world, we may not think of preparing ourselves about possible disasters. But we should. more »»

Giving rehabilitated criminals new start

September 4, 2014 Sending ex-convicts back to the street can mean just that, West Virginia legislators were told last week. more »»

Being prepared in state of West Virginia

September 2, 2014 West Virginia’s Bureau of Public Health had no epidemiologists on staff specifically trained to deal with chemical and natural disasters, when a leaky tank sent crude 4-methylcyclohexanemethanol int... more »»

Start now in fight against ‘silent killer’

September 1, 2014 The most common cancer in American men can and does develop without any obvious symptoms. Prostate cancer, the “silent killer,” also is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in males. more »»



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