Bible is very clear about homosexuality
The Bible is widely believed to be the best-selling book of all time, with Guinness World Records estimating that over five billion copies have been sold. I would like to know why we aren't reading the words written in this book that will save our souls.
If you think back to your first job, you probably did not make much money. But whether you were babysitting a neighbor's child or mowing someone's grass, those jobs taught valuable lessons about responsibility and a job well done. Moreover, the experience may well have prepared you for the next job - perhaps with a little more pay.
The debate over West Virginia's prevailing wage law continues months after the Legislature passed S.B. 361, which required Workforce West Virginia to develop a new methodology for determining prevailing wage rates using all available economic evidence.
Unions fear GOP candidate Walker
Donald Trump may be the latest front-runner, Jeb Bush the most successful fundraiser, and John Kasich the latest heralded entry in the Republican sweepstakes, but Dana Milbank's column in the July 25th issue of The Herald-Dispatch makes it clear that Scott Walker is the candidate the unions fear most.
Each year, United Way of the River Cities (UWRC) provides funding to programs in the community that have a significant impact on the region's most critical issues. These issues have been identified through the review of carefully gathered data.
The steady drum beat for a significantly higher minimum wage has finally found some lab rats.
Voice of the people
During the first nine Prescription Drug Take-Back Days orchestrated by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, people across the nation turned in 4,823,251 pounds, or 2,411 tons, of expired or unneeded prescription drugs for safe disposal.
I read the concern of a local columnist in The Herald-Dispatch that "the Supreme Court has surrendered its noble calling to becoming the pinnacle of political activism."
The new president of Marshall University will face many challenges - from declining state funding and affordability to faculty salaries and athletic budgets.