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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 »»

Support all activities at area schools

August 29, 2014 Tonight is the first game in the 10-week regular season of high school football — one of the most anticipated times of the yea. more »»

Threats by terrorists remain

August 27, 2014 Here’s news for you: The FBI and Department of Homeland Security say there are no “specific or credible” threats to Americans from Islamic State terrorists. more »»

Getting pushers off the streets

August 24, 2014 Heroin abuse has become a plague in Ohio, taking many lives and ruining many others. Yet the smart drug pusher can minimize his chances of going to prison - even if he is caught in the act. more »»

Supreme Court needs to be involved

August 22, 2014 Earlier this month, it appeared an ongoing confrontation over management of West Virginia’s two state mental hospitals had been averted. more »»

Great effort by ‘Talent’ organizers

August 21, 2014 By all indications, last weekend’s East Liverpool’s Got Talent Music & Arts Festival was a success. more »»

Free breakfast in EL Schools a great idea

August 19, 2014 Every student within the East Liverpool School District has the opportunity for free breakfast. That’s every student. Each day of school during the 2014-15 academic year. At no cost. more »»

Lifting Ohioans out of poverty

August 18, 2014 Improving the economy — providing more jobs — is the key to lifting individuals and families out of poverty. That has been made crystal clear during the last several years in Ohio. more »»

Improve child support in Ohio

August 17, 2014 Ohio’s child support guidelines are out of step with most of the rest of the country, with the federal government and the Child Support Guidelines Advisory Council pushing hard for increases in the... more »»

Limit U.S. advisers in Iraqi conflict

August 16, 2014 To Americans of a certain age, the news out of Washington may sound disturbingly similar to reports from more than a half-century ag. more »»

Working together is the key

August 14, 2014 When communities come together in a common goal, results happen — some good, some ba. more »»

Screeners ignore the known risk

August 13, 2014 Perhaps it is time federal airport security screeners are told to do more “profiling” of a sort. A week ago, a San Francisco woman managed to sneak aboard an airliner in San Jose, Calif. more »»

 
 
 

 

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