I don't know who S.J.Cutler is, but I sure did like the letter published on Saturday, March 1. I would like to be in the army supporting this issue. During WWII, I thought we won the battle against dictators controlling our lives, but obviously not.
He wasn't very big -- maybe three inches, tops. But he was stubborn. This steadfast icicle had been hanging on the door of my son's Jeep for weeks, so long that I named him: Sam.
The 60-day regular session of the 2014 West Virginia Legislature finished up Saturday at midnight in Charleston. But many of the bills introduced in either the House of Delegates or the State Senate starting back on opening day Jan. 8 never saw the light of day once they were introduced and referred to a committee.
It seems every day we Americans are treated to a comedy routine in Congress, and leading the billing are members of the Republican Party. The star is the junior senator from Kentucky, Rand Paul, and his obsession with Bill and Hillary Clinton. Senator Paul already envisions himself the Republican presidential candidate in 2016, and his opponent will be the former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.
Most high school students are interested in money, or at least the things that money can buy. But many graduate with little knowledge of basic finance and are often unprepared for the financial decisions they will soon confront.
I want to tell you, the newspaper and the public, about the Jeffery George Comfort House.
As the sun and warmer temperatures broke out on Wednesday and Thursday, many Tri-State residents were ready to put a long, difficult winter behind them.
I recently checked out an Internet article, "Eight Reasons Millennials Are Leaving the Church." A post-Baby Boomer, I first had to find out what a "Millennial" was. It's the next generation after the Generation Xers, or young people born between 1980 and 2000.
I scarcely know where to begin to comment on the proposed amendment to the West Virginia Constitution "Claiming West Virginia's Water Resources for the Use and Benefit of its Citizens."