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We’re closer to self-driving cars

August 29, 2016 Like it or not, self-driving cars are no longer on the way. They’re here. more »»

Cancel change on food stamps

August 28, 2016 Imagine an issue on which all four U.S. senators from West Virginia and Ohio — two Democrats and two Republicans — are in complete, cordial agreement. You can stop scratching your hea. more »»

Unemployment program must stay solvent

August 27, 2016 A bipartisan committee of state legislators met this week to tackle a critically important task — ensuring the state unemployment compensation system remains solvent. more »»

North Korea a naval threat

August 26, 2016 Some defense analysts have warned the U.S. Navy is not capable of dealing with all the ocean-borne threats in our modern world. more »»

Support our student-athletes

August 25, 2016 Inside today’s issue of The Review is our sports department’s annual high school football preview edition. more »»

Keep alert as school year begins

August 24, 2016 Within a week, every school district in our area will have opened its doors for another school year. more »»

Protecting addicts from themselves

August 23, 2016 Huntington, W.Va., made national news a week ago when, in the space of a few hours, 28 people there overdosed on heroin laced with a deadly additive. Just two of the victims died, however. more »»

Look into limits on VA health care

August 22, 2016 Some government benefits for military veterans, including health care, are linked to income. more »»

Keep peace or disband the agency

August 21, 2016 When was the last time you remember reading of the United Nations’ peacekeeping forces actually keeping the peace? Been awhile, hasn’t it? More likely is that you have seethed over reports of the... more »»

Tax increases not the answer

August 20, 2016 Congressional Budget Office analysts estimate the national debt, now at 75 percent of the gross national product, will grow to 86 percent in a decade. more »»

Man’s death raises critical questions

August 19, 2016 The video recording that shows the last minutes of Perry Galloway Jr. on earth is gut wrenching and heart breaking. Every law enforcement officer and official in the area should view i. more »»

Our states losing war on drugs

August 18, 2016 An unusual meeting set for today in Wheeing is an indication of the magnitude of the drug abuse epidemic in our two states. more »»

Flood victims need specific assistance

August 17, 2016 As recovery from devastating floods in West Virginia — including one in nearby Follansbee in Brooke County — continues, the needs of those affected are changing. more »»

Being careful with pellet, ‘airsoft’ guns

August 16, 2016 You may have read a similar message previously, but here is one more plea to local residents, especially teenagers, to be very careful with toy and pellet guns that look like real firearm. more »»

State’s timber industry vital

August 15, 2016 Harvesting trees and processing wood products is becoming a more and more important industry in West Virginia. more »»

National debt keeps growing

August 14, 2016 Congressional Budget Office analysts estimate the national debt, now at 75 percent of the gross national product, will grow to 86 percent in a decade. more »»

Delta outage could have been worse

August 13, 2016 Computer equipment went on the fritz at Delta Airlines this week. Tens of thousands of passengers and employees were affected by more than 1,000 canceled flights and 2,800 delayed takeoffs. more »»

Head injuries are serious issue for student athletes

August 12, 2016 Damage from concussions or other brain injuries can take years — maybe decades — to appea. more »»

‘Routergate’ just the tip of the iceberg

August 11, 2016 You may remember “Routergate,” the expensive fiasco involving West Virginia officials’ misuse of millions of dollars in federal technology funding. more »»

Charter schools should be held accountable

August 10, 2016 Private charter schools in Ohio ought to have to comply with the same accountability standards applied to public schools. more »»

Proud of WVU Olympian

August 9, 2016 She may be a native of the Old Dominion, but Virginia “Ginny” Thrasher is now a West Virginian. We’ve adopted her. Thrasher, of Springfield, Va. more »»


Wellsville High School class of 1962 August 29, 2016

WELLSVILLE — Wellsville High School Class of 1962 meets for lunch 1 p.m. today, at the Paddle Wheel, Wells Ave. more »

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