Sterling decision tarnishes Silver and Constitution
Until a few days ago, Americans had the constitutional right to be jackasses.
Ignorance is safe and easy, but not the way to go
You know the story. Our schools aren’t working very well. Everyone, from the president to the mothers and fathers of the kids, is worried about how little kids are learning in school.
GOP jumps from wagon before band got the chance
Republicans made a cause célèbre of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy until, in a video interview, he used the word “Negro” and questioned whether black people were better off as slaves picking cotton.
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Deer farms present W.Va. with an opportunity to create jobs
Despite support from an overwhelming majority of West Virginia lawmakers, we as a Legislature again failed to enact legislation that would help to expand the scope of captive cervid farming, deer and elk, in our state.
Head ’em up, move ’em out — more hide on the trail
Obesity is a growing problem — really.
Simple daily pleasures should prompt anticipation
It’s too bad all of us don’t have some way to remind ourselves how good life is when times are going well. Often we are more apt to think of life as merely average and normal.
From The Back Porch: It’s difficult to blindly hate people you know
Here are two items from the Rodney King “can’t we all get along” file.
It’s funny how things can change as our kids get older
“You can just let us out here, you don’t have to drive all the way up in front of the school,” one of my nephews said early one morning as I prepared to drop them off at junior high.
Greenbrier Commission needs to come along on pool on NRCTC campus
In a letter to the editor in the Mountain Messenger on March 29, Christine Atwell suggested a solution to the ongoing controversy surrounding the pool in the Arts and Science Building located on the Greenbrier Valley Campus of New River Community and Technical College in Lewisburg.
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