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Senate should wait on new justice

February 26, 2016 America lost a stalwart advocate for our “rule of law” system with the recent passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, and we now face a tremendous challenge to maintain balance on the cour. more »»

More corners to turn in W.Va.

February 22, 2016 We West Virginians have many corners to turn before we become a state young people don’t leave to find opportunities for better lives. more »»

Stuntmen helped bring scenes to life

February 22, 2016 Since 1983, when I attended my first western movie festival in Charlotte, N.. more »»

Preparing for the next level

February 21, 2016 I’ve heard a lot from young people lately excited about the end of their high school years and an impending transition to college. more »»

My last Reporter's Notebook

February 21, 2016 When Editor Dave Owen hired me as a reporter for The Parkersburg Sentinel in July 1977, it was my first “real” job out of colleg. more »»

Cherry recipes a timely treat

February 21, 2016 I trust you had a wonderful weekend last week. What could be better than Valentine’s Day and a long holiday to enjoy the wonders of natur. more »»

Old man winter go away

February 21, 2016 With the second big snowstorm, we need recipes to keep us warm. Hot soups, chili and stews sound much better than ice cream. more »»

Mystery, thrills in new books

February 21, 2016 Lynette Eason writes about a group of women who are bodyguards in “Always Watching.” Radio personality and psychiatrist Wade Savage has attracted a lot of attention, and some of it isn’t as good. more »»

Bird cage meets expectations

February 21, 2016 Back in December, I wrote about my new feeding station I call the “Bird Cage.” It is an enclosure designed to exclude deer and raccoons. more »»

Students of month named

February 21, 2016 These Beverly-Center Elementary School students were named “Student of the Month” in their classrooms for the month of January: Kindergarten — Gavin Caldwell and Cheyenne McKinney, First Grade —... more »»

Partners in Education luncheon scheduled

February 21, 2016 The MOV Chamber of Commerce prides itself on its direct connection with our education system. A strong education system enables business to recruit and keep key employees. more »»

Lee, Grimm to speak at dinner

February 20, 2016 Carl Lee and Steve Grimm will speak at the local Marshall University alumni club’s scholarship dinner April 7 in Vienna. more »»

Skaters take to ice, maple in city

February 20, 2016 Excellent skating There is excellent skating on the Kanawha river at present and large crowds of young people from the East End are taking advantage of the spor. more »»

Finding the fat, then cutting it

February 15, 2016 Sit down for this: On one of the most critical issues facing West Virginia, Democrat and Republican legislators seem to agree. more »»

‘Mad Dogs,’ review of an online series

February 15, 2016 Before writing about “Mad Dogs,” it’s important for me to note why my reviews matter about streaming entertainment. These are jokes. more »»

Vandalism, disrespect of graves never justified

February 15, 2016 A few years ago I remember how hard it was to get out and seek for the paranormal due to the weather. more »»

Always willing to listen

February 14, 2016 There are weeks during which, if someone was to watch me in the office, he or she might assume my job is about 95 percent listening to folks who stop by or call me with questions, criticisms or... more »»

DuPont must pay for contaminated water

February 14, 2016 Last Thursday, Vienna Mayor Randy Rapp reported that sampling of Vienna drinking water has revealed C-8 contamination in excess of 0. more »»

Lenten recipes for February

February 14, 2016 HAPPY VALENTINES’ DAY. Did everyone get up on the right side of the bed this morning. I hope so. This is supposed to be a day of showing love to your chosen one. more »»

Getting spicy with Tabasco cookbook

February 14, 2016 Spice things up today with the revised and updated edition of “The Tabasco Cookbook” by Paul McIlhenny. more »»

 
 
 

 

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