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William Brown letter: Judgement day

For many years, evangelical and fundamentalist Christians have charged that the sexual revolution is leading to moral decay, and they see such decay as a sign of the end times or last days.

More recently, liberals are declaring that...

William Brown letter: Judgement day

For many years, evangelical and fundamentalist Christians have charged that the sexual revolution is leading to moral decay, and they see such decay as a sign of the end times or last days.

More recently, liberals are declaring that...

Lawrence Lyons letter: Boots on the ground

I have studied every war from Napoleon to the most recent Middle East wars. I can assure you we cannot win without putting boots on the ground.

We must pick a combat trained general to lead our troops. We cannot win by telling the enemy where we ...

Harold Ash letter: Democrat freakout

The Democrats are wasting no time letting the folks of West Virginia know the end is near since the Republicans took over.

We will not have any worthwhile schools because of charter and no manufacturing jobs because no one will work for anyone...

Gary Fox letter: Pharmacy and fraud

The owner of Trivillian’s Pharmacy, a pharmacist, recently entered guilty pleas to defrauding the Medicare and Medicaid programs over a period of several years. This is the lowest and most despicable crime that can be committed against...

William Schwartz letter: Asbestos compromise

I do not agree with the new Legislature’s agenda on labor, education or our civil justice system. However, I want to thank two senators who lead this new Legislature.

As introduced, Senate Bill 411, or the so called “Asbestos...

Delmar Hagedorn letter: No to charter schools

The state of West Virginia should not allow chartered schools.

They pose a threat to unconventional and un-American ideals for our continued freedom and may be used for additional voter referendum education levies. We don’t need...

Jerry Walker: More Alzheimer’s research needed

In West Virginia, more than 100,000 people are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia.

I helped care for my father and I know the struggles of being a caregiver. My father, along with four out of six brothers and...

Terry O’Fiesh: Hail to Eddie King gym

It’s not every day that a kid has access to a college gymnasium in his/her own backyard!

Growing up two blocks away from what was then “Morris Harvey College,” we neighborhood kids had the run of the Eddie King gym, its...

Brent Kessinger: Thanks GOP for pushing charter schools

I want to express my gratitude to the Republican majority in the W.Va. Legislature for standing up to the tricks and deception of Democrats on the issue of charter schools.

It is heartening to know that state Republicans are more interested in...

Rebecca Kimmons:

West Virginians who care about more diversity in business here should add their voices to the hundreds that have already urged Gov. Tomblin to veto House Bill 2201.

The bill threatens net metered solar power producers to be liable for special...

Dan Hart: Bill discriminates against non-smokers

Our lawmakers have the power to protect the health of West Virginians by voting no on Senate Bill 109.

I am a resident of Jefferson County. I am a Vietnam veteran and would like to frequent the VFW or American Legion in Jefferson County but do...

Councilman John Miller: Great job on town hall meeting

I commend WCHS-TV Channel 8 for having the courage, fortitude and wisdom to sponsor the town hall meeting at Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary School on Jan. 28.

This event had nearly 200 people in attendance. The members that served on the...

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