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It’s all Greek to her

July 4, 2015 Every year, I miss the Weirton Greek Festival. I don’t do this on purpose, mind you. more »»

History is enlightening, if we learn the facts first

June 28, 2015 They say “History is written by the victors.” For the most part, that, unfortunately, is true. more »»

We all need to just keep pedaling

June 28, 2015 Pastor's Column from years gone by, "Stuff in Stout's files. more »»

A ‘babysitting’ request hard to refuse

June 28, 2015 It was a babysitting request I couldn’t refuse. After all, they were two “grandchildren” — actually a “grand-dog” named Leo and a “grand-cat” with Ellie as her given name. more »»

Adena Lions Club celebrates 70 years

June 28, 2015 I know that a 50-year celebration of anything is golden, but I am not sure what something lasting 70 years would earn. more »»

Father’s Day cards, cake and burnt candy

June 27, 2015 I thought it would be a sweet gesture for the children to make the Father’s Day gifts for the Long Suffering Husband and Grampy Grumpy this year: homemade and made with love. more »»

I always get introspective this time of year

June 21, 2015 Today is Father’s Day. more »»

Planning to continue the fight

June 21, 2015 As West Virginia’s Attorney General, it’s my duty to stand up for the legal rights of our state and its people. more »»

S-l-o-w down and enjoy your summer

June 21, 2015 Happy Father’s Day. And happy first official day of summer, which I welcome wholeheartedly, but at the same time, I say a little “please-slow-down-summer” prayer. more »»

Spending time with ‘General George’

June 21, 2015 Can you imagine a young George Custer — “Audie” as he called himself at a very young age for lack of a better language at the time — marching about New Rumley in a little military uniform made by hi... more »»

Buckets and buckets of water

June 20, 2015 Y’all remember last week, when I told you I hoped that I wouldn’t be writing about the Long Suffering Husband’s adventures in plumbing this week? Yeah, well, that went about as well as expected. more »»

The election is over, it’s time to get to work

June 14, 2015 The elections are over, and I’m sure not everyone saw the results they were hoping to have. There are going to be some changes in Weirton, with a new mayor and a couple of new faces on council. more »»

God, I can’t see you!

June 14, 2015 Mark 6:48 "And he saw them toiling in rowing…and about the fourth watch of the night he cometh unto them…" Everyone who drives an automobile, sooner or later, experiences one of those "blind spot"... more »»

If you’re a ‘Richmond person’ like me

June 14, 2015 If you’re “a Richmond person” — someone who grew up in Richmond, lives there now, used to live there or has some sort of personal connection to it — you’re probably interested in what’s going on in... more »»

Fun fashions and other fun events

June 14, 2015 There’s nothing like a style show to get the attention of the ladies and get them dashing off to their favorite den of fashion in the spring and summer. more »»

A week in the Minger household

June 13, 2015 I am losing my voice. I doubt anyone in the newsroom minds, except perhaps when I resort to sticky notes and hand gestures — no, not that one — to get my point across in an effort to save it. more »»

Decision to go was the right decision

June 7, 2015 I wrestled with whether I wanted to go or not, and in the end did, my decision fueled by curiosity, a need for closure and a desire to be supportiv. more »»

Are you ready to choose your city’s future?

June 7, 2015 The voters of four of our local communities have an opportunity to decide their future on Tuesday. more »»

Lions, special visit, a special lady

June 7, 2015 Although smaller in number, the Mingo Lions Club is mighty in its work and friendship with each other. more »»

What the world needs now

June 7, 2015 Are you gambling with your soul? Over the last several years gambling has become a way of life in West Virginia. We have put families in harm's way for the sake of tax dollars and revenue. more »»

 
 
 

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