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There is still time on the clock

May 14, 2014 Budget deficits in this day and age happen to governments from big-spending Washington to cash-strapped struggling industrial communities. We get tha. more »»

Think safe this graduation season

May 13, 2014 College and high school seniors in the next couple weeks will be preparing to enter another part of their life. more »»

Get out and vote Tuesday

May 12, 2014 Tuesday is election day in West Virginia, and no matter how you feel about the candidates or the issues on the ballot, the important thing is for you to get out there and cast your vote. more »»

Happy Mother’s Day

May 11, 2014 The bond between mother and child fulfills the most basic need of human nature: To be loved, believed and nurtured. more »»

Budget plan makes little sense

May 10, 2014 The Weirton Chamber of Commerce is understandably upset by the concept of a Business and Occupation Tax that would lay much of the closing of a projected $1. more »»

WLU on a path of growth

May 9, 2014 On Monday, a major new academic building, the Campbell Hall of Health Sciences, was dedicated at West Liberty University. more »»

Remember our fallen officers

May 8, 2014 The men and women who are involved in law enforcement just might have the most thankless jobs in America. more »»

Court remembers Constitution in ruling

May 7, 2014 Can it be that common sense has dawned upon the Supreme Court? We're led to this belief because of a ruling handed down Monday saying that prayers before the city council meeting in Greece, N.Y. more »»

Rice showed class

May 6, 2014 Give credit to former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice for choosing to step aside from delivering the graduation address at Rutgers University on May 18. more »»

Support Brooke levies

May 5, 2014 Two property tax levy questions on the ballot in Brooke County involve a variety of important, in some cases critical, public services. more »»

A new class is inducted

May 4, 2014 This afternoon, seven current and former Weirton residents will join those recognized for eternity as they join the ranks of the Weirton Hall of Fame. more »»

Be careful around the barrels

May 3, 2014 Orange barrels are starting to pop up around the area as the summer road construction season begins. The barrels recently appeared on U.S. more »»

A golden honor

May 2, 2014 On Thursday, nearly 230 West Virginia middle school students joined the ranks of those to be called Knights and Ladies of the Golden Horseshoe during a ceremony in Charleston. more »»

Showcasing excellence

May 1, 2014 Brooke High School has long found ways to pay tribute to its students and graduates for their accomplishment. more »»

Pray together

April 30, 2014 For many years now, the first Thursday in May has been set aside as a day to invoke the help of a higher power for our communities, our state and our nation. more »»

Day of Prayer a chance to reflect

April 30, 2014 For many years now, the first Thursday in May has been set aside as a day to invoke the help of a higher power for our communities, our state and our nation. more »»

Get out, and vote early

April 29, 2014 The primary election is scheduled for May 13 in West Virgini. more »»

Levies will help senior services

April 29, 2014 Everyone has a friend, relative or neighbor who could use the services offered by the Prime Time Office on Aging. more »»

In-state candidate should have edge

April 28, 2014 For nearly a year and a half, West Virginia has been without a permanent state superintendent of schools. more »»

JVS levy deserves a ‘yes’ from voters

April 28, 2014 County voters will see a Jefferson County Joint Vocational School levy on the May 6 ballot. more »»

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