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First taste of fall

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First taste of fall

Try apples in pies, dumplings, apple butter, side dishes, more There’s nothing

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Obama is the ‘greatest enemy to press freedom in a generation’

In the early 19th century, British soldiers who were in

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The sad, outrageous case of Peggy ‘The Fixer’ Workman

When voters back in 1988 elected Democrat Peggy Workman to

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Regulations are a barrier to entry for small businesses

I attended the most recent meeting of the Eastern Panhandle

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Persuade voters? Republicans prefer to create confusion

Maybe you’ve heard about GOP operatives leaving helpful leaflets in

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Michael Moore, welcome to the ranks of the 1 percent

Filmmaker Michael Moore was recently divorced from his wife of

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The town the river gave and the river took away

Even the most ardent Jefferson County resident, if asked the

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There’s brute force behind progressivism

Recently Sen. Elizabeth Warren came to Shepherdstown to campaign for

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As scandals go, ‘Mailgate’ continues to deliver

In early June I wrote about the “Mailgate” scandal in

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Funding for West Virginia highways? Expect delays

West Virginia’s federal aid funding for highway construction could face

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