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Another deer season in the history books

It’s hard to believe that another year has passed by

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New Year’s resolutions, government-issued

I hope that your New Year is off to a

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Congress is winding down its historically unproductive session with a

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Cracker investments show we can’t count coal out yet

West Virginia’s abundance of both underground and surface coal mining

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Community Foundation is celebrating its ‘new’ philanthropy

Nearly 100 years ago, in 1914 in Cleveland, Ohio, the

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Of clauses — Santa and the Constitution

I would like to take this opportunity to wish you

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An efficient oil change reminder

I’m among those who, like most of the people of

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Fall can bring meat to the table, fun to the sportsman

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Public safety, jail costs to head up legislative agenda

It is less than a month until the West Virginia

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Experiential tourism – From towpath to town

It really is all about connectedness. The Potomac River is

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