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Dealing with our own immigrants

September 9, 2015 Reports of tens of thousands of people from Syria, Libya and other countries flooding into Europe as they attempt to escape strife at home have been all over the news for several days. more »»

Creating more jobs in W.Va.

September 8, 2015 For too many West Virginians, Labor Day may have been a painful reminder that what we celebrate — the efforts of working men and women — is not relevant personally to the. more »»

Give tax breaks to homeowners

September 7, 2015 Business people often get breaks on their property tax bills when they open new stores, factories, et. more »»

‘Monopoly’ is accurate term

September 6, 2015 Regardless of how much lipstick you put on a pig, it’s still a pig. more »»

Keep it safe on roadways this holiday

September 5, 2015 Operating a motor vehicle is a dangerous thing. There’s no disputing that fact. During holidays, that dangerous level has a tendency to increases based on more vehicles traveling along our roadways. more »»

Ensuring big truck are safe

September 4, 2015 More than twice a day on average during April, May and June, West Virginia Public Service Commission inspectors mandated that commercial trucks be taken out of service. more »»

Stop inciting violence against law officers

September 3, 2015 Many in law enforcement feel under siege because of public protests in which violence directed at them is encouraged. more »»

Ponder the facts, not the propaganda

September 2, 2015 The marijuana legalization mascot, “Buddie,” has begun hitting the road in Ohio, urging voters — especially college students — to vote for state Issue 3 on the November election ballot. more »»

Arrogance knows no bounds

August 31, 2015 Many West Virginians and Ohioans are as worried about the Environmental Protection Agency’s new water rules as they are concerning the agency’s assault on the coal industry and reasonably priced... more »»

Youthful bullying has many victims

August 30, 2015 The enormous harm bullying can do to the children who are targets is bad enough. But the “collateral damage” can be much, much wors. more »»

Guard against internet perils

August 29, 2015 West Virginia residents who shook their heads in disgust at the arrest of Jared Fogle on charges of, among other things, possession of child pornography, may be surprised to learn that in the... more »»

Helping victims of legal gambling

August 27, 2015 Ohio officials are beginning to tackle one of the problems bound to intensify as the state expands its involvement with gambling. more »»

Revamp subsidized housing program

August 26, 2015 Perhaps you have done well during the past few years. When you got married, you and your spouse didn’t have two dimes to rub together. more »»

Sex predators, drugs linked

August 25, 2015 An increase in the number of arrests for certain sex crimes involving children in West Virginia may have multiple causes. more »»

Spill can’t be allowed to happen again

August 24, 2015 Less than two years after it occurred, matters regarding the chemical spill in West Virginia have been wrapped up. more »»

Could child’s death have been prevented?

August 23, 2015 No one but Brittany Pilkington should be blamed for the murder of her three young sons, Logan County, Ohio, Prosecuting Attorney William Goslee emphasized Wednesday. more »»

Devil’s in the details of new EPA rules

August 21, 2015 Surely Americans are not naive and trusting enough, regardless of our political allegiances, to believe that, in effect, two plus two equals thre. more »»

Motorists reminded to be aware of children, buses

August 20, 2015 Many public school systems are beginning classes earlier than in the past, to ensure “snow days” later on do not cut into the minimum numbers of classroom days required for students. more »»

Construction bid process a mess

August 19, 2015 It is easy to understand why officials of a construction company who thought they had landed a lucrative state contract, only to have that decision rescinded in favor of another firm, are angry abou... more »»

Many workplaces violate smoke free law, ignore fines

August 18, 2015 Ohio has made admirable progress in keeping workplaces free of cigar and cigarette smoke. Since 2006, the Smoke Free Workplace Act has banned smoking in public spaces and workplaces. more »»



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