On Saturday, April 12, Huntington citizens were out around town participating in the City of Huntington's spring cleanup in conjunction with the "West Virginia -- Make It Shine" campaign.
Even though there are some heated political campaigns already underway for West Virginia's 2014 primary and general election, the most interesting campaign news last week was the word from U. S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., that he may run for governor in 2016 when Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's second term is over.
There is a picture on my refrigerator of my grandmother, my grandfather, their sons and daughters and their husbands and wives, and grandchildren.
Spring will be in full bloom soon (we hope!) as Easter announces this life-changing season of renewal, rebirth and reawakening.
Cycles of poverty and poor health are a very costly proposition for West Virginia.
This is one of a series of columns written by candidates in the May primary elections.
During its recently concluded session, the Kentucky Legislature apparently intended to move forward on a bill aimed at addressing a part of the serious substance abuse problem in the state. Even though the Senate passed the legislation in January, the House never got around to voting on the measure despite efforts to act on the last day of the session.
The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles has been behind the curve regarding what it allows residents to do via the Internet. But, finally, there are tangible signs that the DMV is trying to catch up.
A lawsuit alleges that the movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" was financed by nefarious investors in the Middle East. Detractors of America are lined up to defame us and simmer us in our own greed.
Some readers may have been surprised to read that a loaded .32-caliber handgun was confiscated from a woman's carry-on luggage at Tri-State Airport in Ceredo this week.