With football season in full swing, it was probably no coincidence that the most talked-about topic of October legislative interim meetings involved college athletics in West Virginia.
Greeting us with brilliant red, yellow and orange foliage, a breath of crisp cool air and the crunch of fallen leaves underfoot, the autumn season calls us to linger outside a little longer and enjoy the natural beauty of the Mountain State. Whether...
Next month will mark the 50th anniversary of the election of President Lyndon Johnson, who campaigned on the promise to create a system to provide health care insurance for older Americans. Today, that program is known as Medicare.
Forgive us if we're not willing to write an obituary for newspapers — and will even challenge those who would espouse the idea.Pundits and skeptics use clever connotations such as dinosaurs facing extinction.
West Virginia celebrates retired school employees weekDear Editor:The retired school employees throughout West Virginia celebrated the week of September 21-27.
As Boone County continues to receive bad news about the coal mining industry, coal mining job layoffs and a cut in the county's coal severance tax money, many wonder if there is anything we can do to help?