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Lonely Battle

September 8, 2013 If President Barack Obama hoped he would find support for military action against Syria at last week’s Group of 20 economic summit in Russia, he came home disappointed. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 7, 2013 UP: To the 2013 Ohio River Sternwheel Festival, which runs this weekend at the Ohio River Levee in Marietta. more »»

Breathing Room

September 6, 2013 Last week, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin reiterated something he has been saying for many months, that the state still is working hard to attract an ethane cracker plant to West Virginia. more »»


September 5, 2013 Col. Steven McGugan, commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Huntington, W.Va., District, was removed from command a week ago, after allegations of misconduct. more »»

A Heavy Burden

September 4, 2013 President Barack Obama finally has decided to submit the decision on war with Syria to Congress. more »»

Elk Restoration

September 3, 2013 It has been nearly 140 years since the last wild elk was killed in West Virginia. more »»

Labor Day

September 2, 2013 Most Americans are enjoying a day off from work today, the final holiday of summer and one, ironically, named Labor Day. Labor Day is a transition holiday. Summer is in its final days. more »»

Drug Abuse

September 1, 2013 West Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Benjamin’s comments this week on drug abuse were distinctly bitterswee. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 31, 2013 UP: To the annual Washington County Fair, which begins today and runs through Tuesday at the Washington County Fairgrounds. The fair celebrates its 194th year and is the second-oldest fair in Ohio. more »»


August 30, 2013 Reports from the White House say an attack against Syria could come soon. more »»


August 29, 2013 Our system of government depends on the trust people put in elected officials. When that trust is violated it creates the worst poison that can afflict society — cynicism. more »»

Worthwhile Study

August 28, 2013 Studies conducted by the Public Works LLC consulting firm have been of great value to West Virginians during the past few year. more »»

Defying the Court

August 27, 2013 About one-fifth of the electricity Americans use is generated at nuclear power plants. As many consumers know, those plants generate a large amount of radioactive waste. more »»


August 26, 2013 Some law enforcement officers estimate as much as 80 percent of the pseudoephedrine sold in West Virginia goes to illicit methamphetamines labs. more »»

Protecting Kids

August 25, 2013 Child abuse is a serious problem in West Virginia, especially so in several Mid-Ohio Valley counties. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 24, 2013 UP: To Marine Sgt. Chris Santiago and his family who received the keys to their new home on Maryland’s Eastern Shore that was built through Homes for Our Troops. The house in Queen Anne, Md. more »»


August 23, 2013 On Wednesday, Judge Denise Lind, an Army colonel, sentenced U.S. Army Pfc. more »»

Fighting Chance

August 22, 2013 West Virginia Secretary of Agriculture Walt Helmick, in office for less than a year, may already have taken one of the most important actions of his term in office. more »»

PAC Limits

August 21, 2013 A West Virginia law limiting free speech in politics should have been stricken from the books in 2010, after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling made it clear the statute was unconstitutiona. more »»

Looking Ahead

August 20, 2013 State Senate President Jeff Kessler’s plan for a Future Fund to pay for real progress in West Virginia relies on an increase in the amount of natural gas being produced in our state. more »»



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