I have been so disappointed with the city of Huntington on several issues but, like many others, have kept quiet. For over a year a great non-profit, non-governmental project called "The Honor Flight" of Huntington has been forming. Its goal is to fly World War II, Korean and Vietnam era veterans to Washington, D.C., at no expense to the veteran. Vets get to see and visit the war monuments erected in their honor. Everything is supplied to them including a chaperone to assist them with their special needs, all meals, as well as a wheelchair if needed.
Cabell County was delivered another reminder this week why the investment of money, time and just plain hard work several years ago continues to pay off.
John Patrick Grace's recent column, "Where do you fit on political spectrum?" was challenging. I'm all over the map!
It is important to learn from the mistakes of the past.
Marshall supporter Chris Cline recently gave Marshall $3.5 million to complete the Vision Campaign after previously giving $5 million toward it. His contribution will have a gigantic impact on the Herd Nation's athletic department.
While watching the news, we notice something that makes you hope that our country is not going like most of the world is, being manipulated by corrupt politicians being guided by millionaires and drug lords who don't know what to do with excessive amounts of dollars.
Lawmakers in Washington realize that the financial foundation of the government's two biggest benefits programs is shaky. The lingering question, one that's been around for years, is whether they will do anything to shore it up.
Not unlike an accomplished illusionist who deceives the mind into believing something that is not true, the Obama administration and liberal abettors are using smoke and mirrors to fool Americans into believing our economy is trending in the right direction.
Coal is still the mainstay of West Virginia exports.
My husband, Maury, and I were getting ready to have coffee on our balcony Sunday morning when we spied columns of thick black smoke from the downtown area. We knew there was a major fire and hoped that all involved would be safe.