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Are we prepared for the modern threat?

June 9, 2015 It is a virtual certainty that the publicly admitted hack of the federal government’s personnel computer system won’t be the last intrusion into the operations of government of the United States of... more »»

Let your voices be heard, go vote.

June 8, 2015 Several of our local communities will hold their municipal elections Tuesday, and we encourage residents to use this opportunity to participate in one of the most vital functions of our form of... more »»

Not getting what we pay for

June 7, 2015 Most of us who have traveled by air over the past 13 years have experienced the inconvenience of dealing with Transportation Security Administration screenings, random searches and regulations. more »»

D-Day remembered

June 6, 2015 Today marks the 71st anniversary of D-Day, and it is appropriate that we honor those who were willing to stand tall against what some considered to be nearly impossible odds to protect our freedoms. more »»

Relay events bring hope to fight against cancer

June 5, 2015 Hours and hours of walking, along with fun, fellowship and fundraising, begin this weekend, as it’s Relay for Life time in the Ohio Valley. more »»

Grants will continue path to future

June 4, 2015 Cleanup efforts at three former local industrial sites are getting a boost thanks to a series of grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agenc. more »»

Tax reform is a complex issue

June 3, 2015 Tax policy is like a house of cards, West Virginia legislators are learning. Pulling out even a single card can bring the whole thing tumbling down. more »»

McKinley’s decision right for West Virginia

June 2, 2015 West Virginia needs excellent leadership in state government. But our future depends to an enormous extent not on what our leaders in Charleston do, but what happens in Washington, D.C. more »»

Coal’s demise means higher power bills

June 1, 2015 As alarming and depressing as a new report from West Virginia University must be to anyone involved with the coal industry — and in our state, that means virtually everyone, directly or indirectly —... more »»

Hoping for better numbers

May 31, 2015 The news out of the Census Bureau for the mid-decade estimates was fairly gri. more »»

Play it safe, cool in the swimming pool

May 30, 2015 The season for public and home swimming pools is about to get under way as the school year winds down. more »»

Panhandling law an unfortunate need

May 29, 2015 The Hancock County Commission is in the process of enacting legislation regulating panhandling in the unincorporated areas of the county, and while we do urge careful reflection on the issue, we fee... more »»

A top 10 tribute to David Letterman

May 28, 2015 To take a bit of advantage of the road already traveled by David Letterman, here’s the Top 10 Reasons Why David Letterman Will be Missed. No. 10: Letterman is proof that anyone can rise to stardom. more »»

Media center will help shape the future

May 27, 2015 What constitutes the modern-day high school library? The days of a library consisting solely of books has not been the norm for many years now. more »»

Take advantage of early voting period

May 26, 2015 Weirton’s general election is only a few short weeks away, but registered voters in the city will have an opportunity to cast their ballots beginning Wednesday thanks to the early voting period. more »»

Remember the real reason for today

May 25, 2015 We hope everyone will take a few moments to think about the meaning of what Americans are asked to remember toda. more »»

Summer features best of local fairs, festivals

May 24, 2015 The things that make a fair or a festival a summertime highlight — delicious fare, carnival rides and spending time with family and friends — are about to get under way in the Ohio Valley. more »»

Kicking the can down the highway

May 23, 2015 Congress has kicked the proverbial can down the road so many times on one critical issue — highway and bridge funding — that lawmakers’ toes must be getting sore. more »»

Be careful while out in the sun

May 22, 2015 The roller coaster of temperature swings during the past several weeks eventually will turn to hot and sunny summer weather. more »»

Concert series ready to rock communities

May 21, 2015 A summer staple in our area over the last several years has been the weekly concert series in both Weirton and Steubenville. more »»

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