Every aspect of W.Va.’s substance abuse problem must be reviewed
Substance abuse is a terrible plague on our state and a growing problem nationally. West Virginia has one of the highest prescription drug overdose rates in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Thousands of babies in our state are born addicted because their mothers used drugs or alcohol during pregnancy. Methamphetamine labs are on the rise and stretch law enforcement resources to the bone.
Obama’s rules apply to everyone, except his friends
Remember those golden days when President Obama said one of the ways he intended to “fundamentally transform America” was to make sure “everyone plays by the same rules”?
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‘Dancing’ will help United Way
Southern West Virginia’s version of “Dancing with the Stars” this coming Friday night will help kick off the local 2013-2014 United Way campaign with its goal of reaching $525,000.
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Would later class times improve student performance?
A student who falls asleep in class may have problems with his or her grades. That’s hardly an earth-shattering concept.
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