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Short takes on Natalie Tennant, casinos, Gus Douglass, militarization and Yeager Airport

The refusal of the state Elections Commission, which includes Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, to allow Republicans to replace Delegate Suzette Raines on the ballot is contrary to a state Supreme Court ruling.

In 1992, Republican candidate...

Short takes on Natalie Tennant, casinos, Gus Douglass, militarization and Yeager Airport

The refusal of the state Elections Commission, which includes Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, to allow Republicans to replace Delegate Suzette Raines on the ballot is contrary to a state Supreme Court ruling.

In 1992, Republican candidate...

Editorial: Good news on the Marcellus shale front

Drilling will grow, while a major complex may be on the ascent

Editorial: Coal companies make possible connecting Mullens to the world

Coal companies make possible connecting Mullens to the world

Editorial: Special prosecutor needed in Gardner case

The public’s faith in the criminal justice system is at stake

Editorial: Fix the storage tank law somehow

Unintended consequences sneak into well-intended legislation

Editorial: Educators - Want to improve student performance? Start later

Studies show later start times improve safety, performance

Editorial: Suddenly, Canada is a tax haven for firms

Burger King’s exit north shows Congress needs to lower rates

Editorial: Critics turned out to be right on Obamacare

The Federal Reserve Bank’s data shows employers are scaling back

Editorial: Kanawha County is going to the dogs — happily

A no-kill animal shelter and dog parks make life a lot better

Editorial: A national change will help ease state drug deaths

Tight restrictions on hydrocodone curb prescription drug abuse

Editorial: Recycling the land helps West Virginia stay green

Carrier’s new South Charleston warehouse is a good example

Short takes on veterans, fracking, military equipment and Spider-Man

They served the nation in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now today’s military veterans may help today’s college students get better breaks on tuition.

In 32 states, including West Virginia, military veterans can get the lower in-state...

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