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Short takes on deadliest roads in the U.S., college majors, oil taxes, school days and a ban on Chapstick

West Virginia is 49th in spending on highways per mile, according to the annual report on highways by the Reason Foundation. The state spends only $39,000 per mile, despite...

Short takes on deadliest roads in the U.S., college majors, oil taxes, school days and a ban on Chapstick

West Virginia is 49th in spending on highways per mile, according to the annual report on highways by the Reason Foundation. The state spends only $39,000 per mile, despite ...

Editorial: Are your medical procedures necessary?

Wasteful medical procedures are the norm under insurance plans

Editorial: Hats off to Charles K. Heinlein

The West Virginia school system is overburdened with laws, regulations and redtape. The system is top heavy with too many administrators running too many programs that take too much control from the principals and teachers who are actually in the...

Editorial: A good economy is the best way to fight poverty

The latest data shows a rising tide does, indeed, lift all the boats

Editorial: Keep building downtown housing

More living space for young professionals will grow the city

Editorial: The industry needs to crack down on black lung

The return of pneumoconiosis among coal miners is inexcusable

Editorial: Sewer project proposal shows forward thinking in South Charleston

South Charleston officials begins a patient plan for growth

Editorial: Emergency planning is essential for all

Wednesday’s public alert system test is a good reminder to prepare

Editorial: Finally, progress toward a more efficient school system

State school board to consider consolidating some services

Editorial: Raise it, West Virginia

The state is becoming part of the Pittsburgh Pirates fan base

Short takes on Meth, WVU hiring a fake Ph.D., Scottish independence, Tennant mocked and Chapstick banned

For years, some doctors and law enforcement officials have lobbied legislators to require a prescription to get over-the-counter decongestants that contain pseudoephedrine. A small percentage of the sales are to people who use it to home-brew meth in...

Editorial: Congress should leave the Constitution alone

Jay and Manchin’s proposed amendment limits free speech

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