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Business’ growth good for community

November 13, 2014 Our area is slowly, but surely, starting to see a bit of a turnaround when it comes to growth in our economy. Some existing businesses are expanding, adding services and hiring new employees. more »»

Get veterans the help they need

November 12, 2014 Area veterans can get some potentially life-saving help on Saturday as the Jefferson County Veterans Service Commission holds its 21st-annual health fair. more »»

Honor, thank our veterans

November 11, 2014 While the military's mission in Afghanistan is supposed to be winding down and the mission was ended for awhile in Iraq, the work of the United States service man or woman never ends. more »»

Park project will be a draw for area

November 10, 2014 Any chance to enhance our area’s assets, providing us with an opportunity to better provide for our residents or attract new visitors needs to be taken. more »»

Voter turnout disappointing

November 9, 2014 A lot of politicians lost their jobs on Tuesday when more than half of the voters stayed away from the poll. more »»

Can government ever really work?

November 8, 2014 As Election Day approached came word that the nation's nuclear force still has problems warranting dismissal of more commander. more »»

Public officials need a tougher skin

November 7, 2014 We would hope two New Cumberland city officials might consider their conduct and reconsider their resignations. more »»

Bipartisanship still important

November 6, 2014 Among astute Republican leaders, there will not be much popping of champagne corks during the next several days. more »»

Give to those in need

November 5, 2014 Thoughts of gathering with family and friends for a feast of turkey, stuffing and all the fixings have entered our minds, as soon we'll be sitting down for Thanksgiving — one of our country's... more »»

Helping students without homes

November 4, 2014 Teachers in many public schools are accustomed to dealing with children from low-income families — sometimes youngsters in great nee. more »»

Get out and vote

November 3, 2014 Voters will head to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots for state and federal representatives and decide the fate of important levies and issues. more »»

Complaints demean Ebola heroism

November 2, 2014 Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is taking flak for taking a stand. We commend him because, in the lack of action from Washington, the governor of New Jersey is taking steps to protect his people. more »»

Change your clocks, change your batteries

November 1, 2014 As you make your way around the house today changing clocks back one hour, remember to check the most important items in the house — smoke detector. more »»

Changing state’s judicial image

October 31, 2014 Rightly or wrongly, West Virginia has the reputation among some of being a “judicial hellhole,” with the odds in many Mountain State courts stacked against businesses. more »»

BHJ awards tap into community spirit

October 30, 2014 The Brooke-Hancock-Jefferson Metropolitan Planning Commission functions as the lead planning agency for the tri-county region because of citizens, some elected, some simply doing a civic duty. more »»

Be safe this Halloween

October 29, 2014 The annual trek of area ghosts and goblins, pirates and princesses, will begin Wednesday evening and continue for the next few days across our region.. more »»

Support animal shelter levy

October 28, 2014 Brooke County residents are being asked to vote on a new five-year levy to support the operations of the Brooke County Animal Shelter as part of the upcoming election. more »»

Taking back our state university

October 27, 2014 “It's time to take our university back,” West Virginia University President E. Gorden Gee emphasized in a letter sent recently to the WVU community. Indeed it is. more »»

Bradlee a model for true journalists

October 26, 2014 The death of Ben Bradlee may not mean much to the millions of self-styled Internet journalists who think knowing one little factoid is enough to crow about. more »»

Reducing the pain of PEIA changes

October 25, 2014 No doubt many public employees and retirees in West Virginia will be upset with their government-provided health insurance next year. Cuts in benefits are virtually unavoidable. more »»

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