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Jack is a tall, slender, gray-haired man who I’d guess to be in his late 70s.

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For a legislative session that was touted as being all about job creation and economic development, the true motto of the 2015 regular session could be, “Rollback, Repel, Regress.”

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12:41 a.m. U.S. 340, welfare check, contact made/no assistance needed

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There it sat at Mountaineer Auction in rural Kanawah County, a beautiful piece of craftsmanship and woodworking more than 8 feet tall, 6 feet long and weighing in at more than 600 pounds.

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Out-of-town outings have become major events for our family ever since Laura’s arrival nearly two years ago, but last weekend we gathered up the whole brood (Rob’s mom Carol, Rob, me, teenagers Tori and Claire, preteen Gwen and toddler Laura) to head to Morgantown to see Isaac Snyder in the West Virginia University School of Theatre & Dance’s production of the 1940s screwball comedy, “Arsenic and Old Lace.”

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‘Precipitous and not sustainable’

The County Commission has held its public hearing; now it’s time for it to make cutting impact fees official, Commissioner Walt Pellish said Tuesday.

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Camp Fabulous to offer a sneak peek at Girl Scouting

Now that Jefferson County school board members have ruled that spring break will go on as planned despite the need to make up snow days, students can turn their attention to what to do with their time off.

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Big-brand car dealers, coal mine operators and others got a hand from the Republican-led Legislature in the session that ended Saturday.

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More than a month after the owners of Bloomery Plantation Distillery closed up shop in protest over West Virginia’s decision to subject the business’s tasting room to the same rules and restrictions as liquor stores, the waiting game continues.

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The wonder of Montessori, right in Charles Town

A walk through Don Bosco Montessori School in Charles Town would put a smile on anyone’s face.

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