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First Catholic priest in colonial America had ties to Middleway

First Catholic priest in colonial America had ties to Middleway

A young Catholic priest who visited the area that is now the Priest Field Pastoral Center is being considered for canonization as a Catholic saint.

Luminaries light up the night, remember those we have lost

Luminaries light up the approach to the Hospice of the Panhandle’s education center in Kearneysville on Sunday.

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Education is key to success and leads to a rewarding quality of life

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I hope that you had a great Thanksgiving holiday and that you have a lot to be thankful for. O

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Thanksgiving is upon us

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At its last meeting, the Jefferson County Republican Executive Committee voted to remove a sitting member, Chris Anders — one of two representative on the committee from the Shepherdstown magisterial district.

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The dust has finally settled on the 2014 elections. I’m going to take this opportunity to offer some random observations, thoughts and musings as to what transpired on Nov. 4. It was indeed an historic day here in West Virginia with what state Chamber of Commerce President Steve Roberts described as “a game-changing election.”

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Well, it’s election time and that means that it is

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The real fraud behind voter fraud

Republicans claim ID laws protect our democracy — but don’t

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MoveOn recently ran a contest. Soliciting submissions from the public,

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