- Farm kids learn their places early
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WVU has hindered progress on Montgomery revitalization
On May 20, 2014, WVU Tech President Carolyn Long spoke to the Legislative Oversight Commission on Education Accountability (LOCEA) about the status of the revitalization process on the WVU Tech campus as mandated in Senate Bill 486 (March 2011).
You don't have to move the rock
I love those acronyms that help us practice our faith. I have ASAP (Always Say a Prayer) posted by my computer. This week, another one came to me with a copy of a column I had written last year.
- States 3 for 3 in new era of successful executions
1964 was a big year for prospects and possibilities
It seemed the best of times to some; to others, perhaps the worst of times, to paraphrase Charles Dickens.
Free: Always the low price ... always
Daddy collected a lot of things he never used. He’d start every new year with a dozen calendars when he barely had enough wall space for three. I once told him that he could never wear all the free caps merchants had given him even if he were a 12-headed monster.
Wedded bliss drifting into abyss
June is perhaps the best time for love. The sixth month of the Julian calendar traditionally is recognized as the premier period for couples to celebrate their wedding nuptials.
Bergdahl turns the flame thrower on Obama
President Obama must feel a bit like MUTO 1 in the film “Godzilla,” which is in theaters.
- Bedford forever linked to D-Day
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