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Short Takes on snow days, winter reflections and burdens on beasts

Do snow days hurt academic progress? That’s a question the whole state of West Virginia should be considering after this past winter put a wicked dent in most school calendars.

A study featured in The Washington Post puts a different spin...

Short Takes on snow days, winter reflections and burdens on beasts

Do snow days hurt academic progress? That’s a question the whole state of West Virginia should be considering after this past winter put a wicked dent in most school calendars.

A study featured in The Washington Post puts a different spin ...

Hats off to Lisa Allen, CEO of Wheeling’s Ziegenfelder Co.

Wal-Mart is putting the spotlight on a “woman-owned” West Virginia business.

Only one exclamation for that: Wow!

The West Virginia business is Ziegenfelder Co. in Wheeling, home of “Budget Saver Pops.”

The ...

Editorial: After enormous mess, Yeager Airport tries to help

Blame may come later; current steps are responsible actions

Editorial: Presidential politics, on a Mountain State stage?

West Virginia is ideally suited to host a 2016 presidential debate

Editorial: Trimming the budget, with taxpayers in mind

Gov. Tomblin’s targeted cuts help preserve state’s Rainy Day Fund

Editorial: Progress on addiction and overdose treatment

Bipartisan efforts by lawmakers to address state’s drug problem

Editorial: March’s madness includes tipoff times and travel

One eyebrow was all it took for West Virginia University Coach Bob Huggins to express his opinion about increasingly challenging NCAA basketball tournament tipoff and travel times.

Huggins paused. The eyebrow was lifted.

“Now...

Editorial: Reward West Virginia by taking a break

Let’s hope we can finally put this difficult winter behind us. Sunshine is making a welcome appearance, temperatures are pleasant and West Virginians who have been feeling cabin fever might start feeling the urge to go visit -- well, a cabin....

Editorial: Kessler makes a bid for the governor’s mansion

Minority Leader’s run will test left’s claims about W.Va. electorate

Editorial: Hino Motors keeps on truckin’

Automaker plan expansion means more jobs in the Mountain State

Short Takes on user fees, casinos and small town basketball

Those who aren’t fans of Charleston’s user fee should pay attention to what other West Virginia cities are doing.

Huntington’s city government is mulling a one-dollar bump for that town’s fee. That would bring it to...

Hats Off to Professor of the Year Zachary Loughman

The Faculty Merit Foundation 2014 Professor of the Year is West Liberty University’s assistant professor of biology Zachary Loughman.

He’s not just a good teacher, Loughman is a good researcher as well. He focuses his research on a ...

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